You Can Leave Anytime

A Memoir
By Rob Dinsmoor

You Can Leave Anytime by Rob Dinsmoor is the insightful journey of a man who, after twenty-five years of alcohol abuse, decides to check himself into Wetlands Rehabilitation Facility to sober up. Rob’s check-in process is thorough, detailing the body and luggage searches, paperwork, declarations,...

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You Can't pay BILLS with Food Stamps

An Entrepreneur's Heart
By Mr Valentino Valentine Warren I

You Can't Pay Bills With Food Stamps takes the reader deep into the issues of living in poverty. Having to go without is natural and ever getting anything above the norm would have been considered a luxury. Learning how to get food tickets and selling...

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Yearning for Normal

My son's life with Deletion 22q.11
By Susan Ellison Busch

The reality is that we have placed doctors in the impossible position of playing God with our lives. Even the best realize there is no way they can live up to these expectations. In Yearning for Normal, author Susan Ellison Busch is forced to confront...

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Yearning

A Memoir
By Sally Cisney Mann

Sally Mann has written a heart-wrenching and factual accounting of childhood losses in her autobiography, Yearning. At a very young age, she was forced into a residential boarding school due to the mental illness of her father and her mother having to work full time...

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