Whole Heart

One Woman’s Incredible and Heartbreaking Journey from Africa to America
By Michelle Felix

It’s the simple things in life that are the most important. Through trials and tribulations, one can always resort to the sage words of wisdom from great minds like Mahatma Gandhi: “Where there is love there is life.” Growing up in South Africa in the...

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Why Are There Monkeys?

And Other Questions for God
By Brooke Jones

Why Are There Monkeys? (and other questions for God) by Brooke Jones is simply a brilliant book. Brooke Jones has interwoven the wisdom of life into her story of having a conversation with God while she was at Heaven's front door after she died. Being...

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When I Am No Longer Here

By Kate Wynston

When I Am No Longer Here by Kate Wynston is a first-person account of a woman’s life-long struggle with depression and bipolar disorder. Kate spent much of her life traveling and searching for answers to her emotional pain and has documented her experience with journals...

When the Devil Smiles the Angels Frown

My Life and Times in Rock 'n' Roll
By Leo Rossi

When the Devil Smiles the Angels Frown: My Life and Times in Rock 'n' Roll is Leo Rossi's story about how he, along with a group of young renegades and misfits, worked side by side with several creative revolutionaries who transcended culture and connected the...

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When You Have to Say Goodbye...

By Penny Steinke

When You Have to Say Goodbye by Penny Steinke is a poignant book that chronicles the author's grief and coming to terms with the loss of her mom. Penny shows how she put down her thoughts on paper and how journaling her sorrow actually helped...

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Where is My Happy Ending?

A Journey of No Regrets
By Karen Harmon

Where Is My Happy Ending? A Journey of No Regrets by Karen Harmon is the poignant and heartbreaking story of living in a family plagued by mental illness and how she leaves home at the age of seventeen and goes to Vancouver to embrace a...

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Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, a memoir by Anna Casamento Arrigo, features memories and ruminations of her father who died when she was only twelve. But her recollections run deep and reveal not only her dad’s rugged Italian persona but those of close family members...

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What We Know For Sure

Inspirational stories of Filipino special immigrants in America
By Lia Ocampo

What We Know For Sure by Lia Ocampo are the real stories of immigrants who came to the United States through the Special Immigration Visa initiative for Filipinos who dedicate their careers, usually twenty years but in Ocampo's case it was eighteen, in the service...

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Wild Blueberries

Tales of Nuns, Rabbits & Discovery in Rural Michigan
By Peter Damm

Wild Blueberries: Tales of Nuns, Rabbits & Discovery in Rural Michigan is a memoir by Peter Damm sprinkled with family photographs and pencil illustrations by Suzanne Anderson-Carey. The black and white photographs are identified in a list at the end. The first part of the...

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Wacky on the Junk

By Kathy Varner

Wacky on the Junk is a non-fiction memoir written by Kathy Varner. In her introduction, Varner describes her memoir as being “told through the voice of someone who often feels like a foreigner air-dropped onto the Island of Life -- with no survival tools.” Kathy...

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