Cover My Dreams in Ink

A Son's Unbearable Solitude, A Mother's Unending Quest
By Jessie Dunleavy

America's drug crisis surfaces in the most traumatic way for mother and activist Jessie Dunleavy, who takes us into the harrowing world of addiction as she grapples with her son Paul's dependence in Cover My Dreams in Ink: A Son's Unbearable Solitude, a Mother's Unending...

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Precious Moments in Hell

By Charli

By the time Charli reached four years of age, she had become accustomed to the neglect, violence, and abuse at home. Raised to steal food for survival and to rob their prostitute mother's clients, or locked in a cupboard for days, for Charli and her...

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Roommates

The Trials and Tribulations of Cohabitation
By Sam Bracey

Roommates: The Trials and Tribulations of Cohabitation by Sam Bracey is a fantastic story that resonated with me. In this memoir, the author takes readers on a hilarious ride through his formative years and what it meant for him to live with roommates. Starting with...

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Going the Wrong Way

By Chris Donaldson

Going the Wrong Way by Chris Donaldson is a wonderful memoir that will also entertain fans of travel. When Chris leaves Belfast on his café racing Moto Guzzi at twenty-one, he has no destination, and little does he know that his bike won’t just take...

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The Water Has Come

By Keldra S Pinder

The Water Has Come by Keldra S Pinder is a non-fiction memoir that follows the devastating path of Hurricane Dorian with a first-hand account of its destruction. Situated on Grand Bahama Island in a zone without a mandatory evacuation, Pinder, her aunt and cousin, and...

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Remembering Ravensbrück

Holocaust to Healing
By Natalie B Hess

Remembering Ravensbruck: Holocaust to Healing by Natalie B. Hess encapsulates a journey from childhood to adulthood. She speaks of her experiences as a Holocaust survivor where she gives glimpses of early childhood images related to the horror of the Holocaust, survival in the Jewish ghetto...

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Canaries Can't Cry

Living with Two Flags in One Heart
By Antonia Burgato

From the very start of this quasi-autobiographical work, Antonia Burgato shows her deep love for the island of Sansego, surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, which was not only her birthplace but also her childhood home. Her intimate acquaintance with the place is told in such...

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Heart Songs

A Holocaust Memoir (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII Book 4)
By Barbara Gilford

Heart Songs: A Holocaust Memoir (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII Book 4) by Barbara Gilford is a poignant memoir of a family that survived the Holocaust and she captures the ambiance of the pre-war and pre-Shoah Moravian bourgeoisie with great expertise. The author speaks about...

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Honest Endings

A Social Worker's Life in the World of Hospice
By Katherine Cullen

On the surface, Honest Endings: A Social Worker’s Life in the World of Hospice by Katherine Cullen is a book written by a social worker about her hospice work. In actual fact, the book is much deeper. It is written by a human being who...

Remembering Terri

A memoir of extraordinary love, unimaginable sadness, and remarkable courage
By Janice Cameron Steele

Remembering Terri by Janice Cameron Steele is the non-fiction memoir of a mother's journey raising her daughter, Terri Renee Ledbetter, who had been born with a non-syndromic intellectual disability after a traumatic premature birth. Terri's entrance into the world was in a haze of confusion...

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