Crossing the Jordan

There is a Golden Road for Everyone
By Melany Bungay

Crossing the Jordan: There is a Golden Road for Everyone by Melany Bungay is the author's conversion story, a story that chronicles her journey from atheism to Christianity. Melany was a nonbeliever who had been anything but clean. Promiscuity, booze, and adultery were just a...

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Buck Brennan's Big Book of Bad Decisions

By Buck Brennan

As I read Buck Brennan’s Big Book of Bad Decisions, the name of a hilarious British sitcom kept springing to mind: “Some mothers do have ‘em!” Yes, some moms do have children like Buck, boys who grow up believing they will never amount to anything...

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Abandoned in Hell

The Fight For Vietnam's Firebase Kate
By William Albracht, Marvin Wolf

I have read a lot of books about war, from ancient battles to the present. I like them maybe because I am a veteran myself. But none has moved me, none has taken me there and made me as proud to be an American fighting...

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Survivalist to Thrivalist

One Woman's Journey
By Deborah Kinisky

Survivalist to Thrivalist: One Woman's Journey by Deborah Kinisky is part two of a trilogy that is a memoir about Deborah’s life and how she found purpose and meaning in her life to be able to thrive in the world in spite of difficult beginnings...

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My Every Breath

A Memoir of love, loss and hope
By Anna Maynard with Karen Emilson

My Every Breath by Anna Maynard with Karen Emilson is an autobiography detailing her experiences growing up living with Cystic Fibrosis during the late 60 and early 70s. Using photos from that time, Maynard shares a more personalized look at the disease and what life...

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After The Absolute

A Poetic Love Story
By Haley Norton

After The Absolute: A Poetic Love Story by Haley Belinda follows the emotions of the main character’s love life. Annie and Sammy’s marriage begins as a beautiful union. Their marriage lasts for years but it comes to an end when what was once a blissful...

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Workaholics Adrift

Transformation in the Pacific Islands
By Judy Martin McCandless

Workaholics Adrift: Transformation in the Pacific Islands by Judy Martin McCandless is a non-fiction book describing the ambitious sailing trips undertaken by Judy and her husband during their forties. Their yacht, aptly named Renaissance, captures the essence of the radical lifestyle change from their busy...

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A Chicken in the Wind and How He Grew

Stories From an ADHD Dad
By Frank South

A Chicken in the Wind and How He Grew: Stories From an ADHD Dad by Frank South is a memoir that opens with the protagonist losing his job and having to sell the big house and cut down the expenses, following his wife’s advice. The...

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Operation Retrospect

A Soldier's Journal in a Veteran's Reunion
By Paul Endris

Operation Retrospect: A Soldier’s Journal in a Veteran’s Reunion by Paul Endris moved me on many levels. I loved it. The places where it reached me are many, and they are very personal, so I realize it may not move others with the same power....

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How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories

By Rebecca G. Morris

How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories is a mostly time-linear series of short stories spanning the author's life. Rebecca G. Morris intentionally obscures which stories are fiction and which are not, but the feel is that...

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