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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The Forest Tabernacle

Memoir of Catholicism, Jesus, and a Sexual Assault on a Bicycle Tour
By Dr. Patrick D Milroy

The Forest Tabernacle: Memoir of Catholicism, Jesus, and a Sexual Assault on a Bicycle Tour by Dr Patrick D. Milroy is the true story of the author's experiences during a solo bicycle tour. In 1986, at the age of 24, he takes time off from...

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The Light in His Soul

Lessons from My Brother's Schizophrenia
By Rebecca Schaper, Gerald Everett Jones

The Light in His Soul: Lessons from My Brother's Schizophrenia by Rebecca Schaper and Gerald Everett Jones tells the story of Call Richmond Jr. who went missing. After 20 years had passed, he suddenly appeared on the doorstep of a family member, homeless, suffering from...

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The Reluctant Messenger~Tales from Beyond Belief

An ordinary person's extraordinary journey into the unknown
By Candice M. Sanderson

The Reluctant Messenger: Tales from Beyond Belief: An Ordinary Person’s Extraordinary Journey Into The Unknown by Candice M. Sanderson is a fascinating book about the epic, life-changing journey of the author while being a conduit for spiritual messages. This book reveals the story of incredible...

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The Tell

A Memoir
By Linda I. Meyers

The Tell: A Memoir by Linda I. Meyers is a gripping memoir in expert hands, a heartrending, yet sobering tale written with psychological and emotional acuity. We encounter Linda I. Meyers as a child who can’t make sense of the inevitable fights between her parents...

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Things I'll Never forget

Memories of a Marine in Viet Nam
By James M. Dixon

I feel lucky that I missed going to Vietnam, but sometimes I wonder how I would have performed, what it would have been like, would I have even lived through it. I’ll never know, but reading Things I’ll Never Forget by James M. Dixon gave...

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To the Moon and Back to Me

What I Learned from Four Running Feet
By Christine Hassing

Bold, charming, and inspirational, this is a memoir on a loss that we so often neglect and that leaves a void in many lives - the loss of a family member - and for the protagonist, it’s a dog called Roo. In To the Moon...

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The Last Surviving Child

Memoir
By Thuy Rocco

Thuy Rocco's The Last Surviving Child is a story of grief, survival and hardship. War ravages Vietnam and people are fleeing in droves. And as the Communists emerge victorious, Thuy's father, fearing certain death, leaves the country on a small boat with his three sons...

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Thin, and I

A Memoir
By Andrijka O. Keller

Thin, and I: A Memoir is written by Andrijka O. Keller. Keller was fifteen years old when her parents and the school nurse decided that she should go into a rehabilitation program. Her grades were above normal, and her attitudes about school were just fine....

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Traveling High and Tripping Hard

By Joseph Davida

Traveling High and Tripping Hard by Joseph Davida is a personal memoir like no other. Joseph was raised in a small town not far from Manhattan. When he is just eight years of age, he experiences his first prophetic hallucination, which transforms his life and...

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