The Writing On The Wall

Becoming an entrepreneur wasn't an option for a woman in 1960, but converging events and destiny guided the way…
By Marilyn Howard

The Writing on the Wall by Marilyn Howard is a non-fiction autobiography of the author and her ability to break the professional glass ceiling and live a full, adventurous life during a time in American history that predated what most would recognize as feminism today....

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The Journey of a Wounded Healer

The Mystical Web of Mental Illness and Spirituality
By Carol L. Chambers

The Journey of a Wounded Healer: The Mystical Web of Mental Illness and Spirituality by Carol L. Chambers is a memoir and spiritual odyssey that can be summarized in the author’s own words: “My journey has been mysterious, wild, and liberating! My spiritual pathways have...

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The Pit

Memoir of an Emergency Physician
By Gary D. Conrad

The Pit: Memoir of an Emergency Physician by Gary D. Conrad is a powerful medical memoir, written by a professional who has spent fifty years in medicine and over forty of them as an emergency physician. This memoir takes readers into the stressful environment of...

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Two Minus One

A Memoir
By Kathryn Taylor

Betrayal comes in all shapes and sizes. After reading Kathryn Taylor's Two Minus One: A Memoir, I am pretty confident that there is no easy way to separate an honest person from a dishonest one. Jim said all the right words and stood by Kathryn...

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The Marlin

A Couple, Their Boat, Fishing, an Improbable Strike
By Joseph Riden

If the incisiveness of short stories is as fascinating for you as it is for me, then you cannot resist Joseph Riden's The Marlin. This concise but very meaningful tale is not long, but it is remarkable both for its message and for the richness...

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True Tales of a Traveller

The Long Way Home
By Alix Lee

The Long Way Home is the third installment in the True Tales of a Traveller series by Alix Lee. Described as a non-fictional work on the author’s travels in the early 1980s in Europe, its focus on relationships and romance reads like a memoir. Alix...

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Twigs in my Hair

A Gardening Memoir
By Cynthia Reyes

Twigs In My Hair: A Gardening Memoir is a work of non-fiction memoir, penned by author Cynthia Reyes, with accompanying photographs by Hamlin Grange. In a visual twist on the memoir genre, the author utilizes the gardens of her past and present to tell a...

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The Sons of Starmount

Memoir of a Ten-Year-Old Boy
By Mark Elliott

The Sons of Starmount: Memoir of a Ten-Year-Old Boy by Mark Elliott is a tantalizing memoir that filled me with nostalgia for the child I once was and for the connection with a place in my own life that once was home and a wide...

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To Mend a Broken Heart

By Myunique C. Green

To Mend a Broken Heart is a work of non fiction in the form of a personal and traumatic narrative, and was penned by author Myunique C. Green. Named after an emotive and popular song about restarting one’s life after feelings of total devastation, Green...

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Thank You Louise Hay

Thank you Deepak, Oprah, Joseph, Marianne, Joe, Pam, Wayne, Bob, Bruce, Gregg, and, and ...ALL the others… for helping me heal from my depression and return into the sunlight!
By Natasha Bronfman

As doctors still try to agree on whether depression originates from genetics or our surroundings, we take an in-depth look into the illness and break down every possibility. The causes, symptoms, and treatments for this debilitating mental illness are examined in detail in Thank You...

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