The Unbound Soul

A Visionary Guide to Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment
By Richard L Haight

The Unbound Soul: A Visionary Guide to Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment by Richard L. Haight is a spiritual self-help book. It’s Richard L. Haight’s memoir as he tells his stories of how he found enlightenment. He has traveled to the Amazon and Tokyo, just to...

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The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

By Emily Lodge

The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times by Emily Lodge is a genealogical memoir in which Emily talks about several generations of family members right from the time of their arrival in America and their subsequent lives and lifestyles. In this book, Emily starts...

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The Falcon Diaries

An American in Jordan
By Emily Lodge

The Falcon Diaries: An American in Jordan by Emily Lodge is a non-fiction memoir and travel narrative. In this book, Emily starts off with a general introduction of herself and the subject. As an American and the wife of a contractor working in the Middle...

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True Course

Lessons From a Life Aloft
By Brigid Johnson

True Course: Lessons from a Life Aloft by Brigid Johnson is the story of a woman who yearned to fly and when she did, she had the experience of a lifetime. Brigid Johnson grew up in a small town where opportunities were few and far...

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The Road is Always Forked

By Joseph E. LeBlanc Jr

Life is full of choices: decisions to be made, directions to take, plans to follow. “We sit on fences all life long,/ daunted by choices,/ everywhere to turn." We make our choices in life and then we have to live with them, difficult as it...

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The Postponed Wedding

By Elizabeth Toenies

I like books where personal accounts and history blend well together because private vicissitudes and general information create the most delightful stories. This is what happens with Betty Ann Toenies’ amazing book The Postponed Wedding. The wedding she refers to is that of her parents....

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The Same Moon

By Sarah Coomber

The Same Moon by Sarah Coomber is a powerful memoir exploring a broken heart and the journey of one woman towards rebuilding her life after a painful divorce. Twenty-four-year-old Sarah’s marriage ended quickly and badly. All she wants is to be away from home where...

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The Reclusive Writer & Reader of Bandra

Essays
By Fiza Pathan

With its cartoon-like illustrated cover, essay titles that do away with capitalization, and a style of word repetition for emphasis, The Reclusive Writer & Reader of Bandra is a charming and thought-provoking anthology of essays by Indian-born writer Fiza Pathan. Underneath the simplicity of her...

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The Power of Disruption

A Memoir of Discovery
By Susan Cross

The Power of Disruption: A Memoir of Discovery by Susan Cross begins with the painful and dramatic moment of the author’s encounter with death. While on vacation on the remote Caribbean island of Dominica, her appendix ruptured and her entire body was filled with pain...

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Tales of the Philippines

In the Early 1900's
By Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr.

Tales of the Philippines: In the Early 1900's is a nonfiction memoir written by Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr. with a preface by his son, William C. Buckner. The memoir consists of over 80 short accounts of Buckner’s experiences as a West Point graduate who was...

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