Staying Sane

A Struggle of Survival
By Emma Volesky

Staying Sane: A Struggle of Survival is a nonfiction coming of age memoir written by Emma Volesky. Emma first experienced hallucinations when she was eight years old. She watched, horrified, as sticks danced around her bed at night, and formless white shapes crawled up the...

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New York City Bum

By David Boglioli

New York City Bum by David Boglioli is a memoir in which David talks about his life living on the streets of New York as a so-called homeless person. In the book, David talks briefly at the beginning about his pre-homeless life where he worked...

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Grandma's Secret Blessings

A Memoir with a Twist
By John JohnEgreek

‘A child needs a grandparent, anybody’s grandparent, to grow a little more securely into an unfamiliar world.’ In Grandma's Secret Blessings: A Memoir with a Twist by John JohnEgreek, readers learn of the author's journey that will make them believe strongly in affirmations, prayers, and...

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The Tell

A Memoir
By Linda I. Meyers

The Tell: A Memoir by Linda I. Meyers is a gripping memoir in expert hands, a heartrending, yet sobering tale written with psychological and emotional acuity. We encounter Linda I. Meyers as a child who can’t make sense of the inevitable fights between her parents...

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Nobody Told Me

Love in the Time of Dementia
By S.R. Karfelt

Nobody Told Me: Love in the Time of Dementia: A Memoir by S.R. Karfelt revolves around the topic of dementia and is a good read for all those who are dealing with dementia patients at home and in the workplace. The book tackles the author’s...

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Eboli to Brooklyn

One Way
By Francis J. and Denise T. Lodato

Eboli to Brooklyn: One Way by Francis J. Lodato and Denise T. Lodato is the authors' family memoir chronicling an immigration from Eboli, Italy to New York. The book begins with a little history and details of the planning and migration of the Lodatos as...

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Never A Dull Moment

A Teacher's Memoir of Her Very Special Students
By Teresa Ann Holmgren

Never a Dull Moment: A Teacher's Memoir of Her Very Special Students by Teresa Ann Holmgren was an educational experience. In the book, Holmgren shares some stories of the students that have made a lasting impression on her. Some stories are cute and some are...

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Red Dot Shot

Phantom of the Wilderness
By Kramer Elkman

Red Dot Shot: Phantom of the Wilderness by Kramer Elkman is a revealing memoir about a difficult father and son relationship. Six-year-old Kramer's earliest memory is that of a little boy seemingly unable to do anything that pleases his father. One of his earliest memories...

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Down Came November

By Lisa V. Proulx

Down Came November by Lisa V. Proulx is the heartrending and melancholic story of Elizabeth Frost who felt alone for the first time after she lost everyone whom she loved. Her once beautiful soul became an empty shell after a succession of tragedies beginning with...

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Confessions of a Bone Woman

Realizing Authentic Wildness in a Civilized World
By Lucinda Bakken White

Confessions of a Bone Woman: Realizing Authentic Wildness in a Civilized World is a work of new age non-fiction by author Lucinda Bakken White. Born and raised in the 1960s, this self-confessed wild child struggles to maintain her identity as life and modernity attempt to...

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