The Reluctant Hotelkeeper

A Memoir
By John Searancke

The Reluctant Hotelkeeper by John Searancke is an engaging memoir that takes readers into the life of the author who ended up reluctantly being a hotelkeeper, and how his rescue mission ended up being a love affair with an old building. His parents had bought...

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To Mend a Broken Heart

By Myunique C. Green

Low self-esteem combined with an unstable home environment can truly make a dent in a person's foundation. Reading the memoir of Myunique C. Green, I could not help but feel the pain of the little girl who only wanted someone to accept her the way...

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To the Moon and Back

A Childhood Under the Influence
By Lisa Kohn

To the Moon and Back: A Childhood Under the Influence by Lisa Kohn is a gritty memoir of abuse. At an early age, Lisa was exposed to abuse, including cocaine, even received from a judge. It just seemed natural for a child who had no...

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Tenacity

A Vegas Businessman Survives Brooklyn, the Marines, Corruption and Cancer to Achieve the American Dream
By Ron Coury

Memoirs rarely have the ability to make you root for an author and his friends as vigorously and vehemently as the succinctly and appropriately titled Tenacity by Ron Coury. If the reader were to share the author’s military background, instrumental (as attested to by Mr....

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The Unlikely Gift of Breast Cancer

By Diane M. Simard

The Unlikely Gift of Breast Cancer is a memoir penned by author Diane M. Simard, one which chronicles a real life experience with the disease of the book’s title. Simard confesses an incredible amount of raw personal experience in this emotive and inspirational tale of...

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The Search for Mother Missing

A Peek Inside International Adoption
By Janine Vance

The Search for Mother Missing by Janine Vance tells the story of international trans-racial adoptees Janine and Jenette Vance who grew up, despite the prejudice, believing they were fully American. It’s only at the age of 25 that they discover they have got green cards,...

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The Bones of Pleiku

Send 'em home or send me back
By John Michael Hanzlik

The Bones of Pleiku: Send ‘em home or send me back is a real life memoir as recalled by author John Michael Hanzlik. As the author is a veteran of the Vietnam war, this semi-historical account actually takes place mostly in the nineties when John...

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Those Three Words

A Birthmother's story of choice, chance and motherhood
By Christine Bauer

How many young women have heard 'Those Three Words'? For some, the words 'you are pregnant' bring indescribable joy. For others, like Christine Bauer, they cause panic and heartache, beginning a journey of fear, indecision, distressing physical changes, and emotional turmoil. Christine Bauer takes us...

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The Mystic Chaplain

My Story
By Kathy Collins

Fighting a fast-growing breast cancer and having severe side effects from the chemotherapy presented a seemingly insurmountable challenge to this strong woman. But, a new way of being was presented to her. She was awakened to the unlimited possibilities of the metaphysical, spiritual world. The...

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Triumph After All

By Bina Kozuch

Triumph After All is an historical fiction novel written by Bina Kozuch. The author’s story is based on the life of her mother, Cipora Kozuch, aka Tziper-Gittle Dratler-Younger, who was born and raised in Ruscova, Romania, and was the only member of her immediate family...

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