Yelling at God

By Colleen Cody

Yelling at God: A Memoir of Surviving Trauma by Colleen Cody is a moving memoir that details how the author dealt with her husband’s near-fatal accident. After spending the weekend with friends in their Jersey Shore Condo, Tom drove to their Pennsylvania home to pick...

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You Aren't Depression's Victim

By Debra Atlas

If you are experiencing a dark night of despair, you are not alone. Statistics tell us that roughly one-third of the population is depressed at any given time. This means that you are either depressed, have recently been depressed, or are headed toward depression. It...

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You'll Never Find Us

A Memoir
By Jeanne Baker Guy

You’ll Never Find Us: A Memoir is a work of non-fiction in the autobiography subgenre. It is aimed at mature readers and was penned by author Jeanne Baker Guy. The book follows Jeanne after her ex-husband leaves the country with their children with no intention...

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You Will Never Be Normal

A Memoir
By Catherine Klatzker

You Will Never Be Normal is a work of nonfiction in the memoir, autobiographical writing, and mental and physical health subgenres, and was penned by author Catherine Klatzker. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains references to trauma, abuse, self-harm,...

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You've Got Some Nerve

The Battle Back from an Invisible Injury
By Derryen Plante

You've Got Some Nerve: The Battle Back from an Invisible Injury by Derryen Plante is the author's story of how her life changed when, while completing a unit check at a juvenile prison, she was attacked by an inmate who furiously struck her many times...

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You Are Not Alone

A Heartfelt Guide for Grief, Healing, and Hope
By Debbie Augenthaler, LMHC, NCC

You Are Not Alone: A Heartfelt Guide to Grief, Healing, and Hope by Debbie Augenthaler is the author's personal story of grief, trauma, and loss after losing her husband. Grief connects people and there is no particular way to grieve. It can be messy, chaotic,...

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You Have the Power to Heal

A Guide to Change Life Stories
By Melissa Merritt

You Have the Power to Heal: A Guide to Change Life Stories by Melissa Merritt is an unconventional approach to healing and the path to happiness accessible to everyone. In these pages, the author shares her healing journey, from a hurt and splintered life to...

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You Even Make My Dog Smile

A Teacher Remembers
By Janis Boyd

You Even Make My Dog Smile: A Teacher Remembers is non-fiction collection of memoirs written by Janis Boyd. Boyd was a grammar school teacher for 39 years. She recalls her shock as a new teacher when hearing another teacher say that she had been teaching...

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You Can't Buy Love Like That

Growing Up Gay in the Sixties
By Carol E. Anderson

In her sensitive and poignant memoir, You Can't Buy Love Like That: Growing Up Gay in the Sixties, Carol E. Anderson bares her heart and soul to readers so beautifully and intelligently that even if you aren’t gay and weren’t born into a Fundamentalist Christian...

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You Know I Love You Because You're Still Alive

Confessions of a Middle Aged Working Mom
By Lori Duff

What a fun read you’ll find in Lori B. Duff’s You Know I Love You Because You’re Still Alive! Although some readers might not like the fact that Lori checks her troop of kids out of a “nasty hotel” and into a clean Holiday Inn,...

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