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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Things I'll Never forget

Memories of a Marine in Viet Nam
By James M. Dixon

I feel lucky that I missed going to Vietnam, but sometimes I wonder how I would have performed, what it would have been like, would I have even lived through it. I’ll never know, but reading Things I’ll Never Forget by James M. Dixon gave...

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Joy Ride

My One-Legged Journey to Self-Acceptance
By Karen Witt Daly

Joy Ride: My One-Legged Journey to Self-Acceptance by Karen Witt Daly is an autobiography written by Karen in her own words. Joy Ride is a story of hope and healing. In the book, Karen describes her childhood, which was a typical one in the mid-twentieth...

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From Coffee to Champagne to Coconuts

By Brigitte Kassa

A gorgeous meld of romance and adventure, From Coffee to Champagne to Coconuts by Brigitte Kassa is an autobiography that follows the life of Brigitte Kruger Kassa, a woman born in 1939 in Germany when WWII was breaking out. Her family affected by the repercussions...

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Searching for My Heart

Essays about Love
By Dawn Downey

Searching for My Heart: Essays about Love by Dawn Downey is a memoir relating to her experiences in life pertaining to a desire to belong. Searching for My Heart is written in a somewhat random style—there are no clear sequential narratives. Instead, the book is...

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Invisible Target

Breaking the Cycle of Educator Sexual Abuse
By Andrea Clemens

Invisible Target: Breaking the Cycle of Educator Sexual Abuse by Andrea Clemens is a compelling memoir that brilliantly tells the story of educator sexual abuse, a story that is as emotional as it is enlightening, but one of hope, courage, and a woman’s resolve to...

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Burnt Face

Scarred For Life
By Annette Swann

Burnt Face: Scarred For Life by Annette Swann is a memoir about a young girl who survived third-degree burn injuries that scar her physically and emotionally for the rest of her life. One of Annette's earliest memories is that of being a happy go lucky...

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To the Moon and Back to Me

What I Learned from Four Running Feet
By Christine Hassing

Bold, charming, and inspirational, this is a memoir on a loss that we so often neglect and that leaves a void in many lives - the loss of a family member - and for the protagonist, it’s a dog called Roo. In To the Moon...

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