A Quiet Wisdom

By Peggy Connolly

A Quiet Wisdom by Peggy Connolly is a short, compelling story of motherhood and the relationship between the author and her autistic daughter, a book that is packed with love and wisdom and what it takes to find beauty in the unusual and unexpected circumstances...

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A Lion Where There Were Lambs

The Quest for Truth, Justice, and the Rule of Law in the Pacific Northwest
By Bill Erxleben

A Lion Where There Were Lambs is a work of autobiographical non-fiction, penned by author Bill Erxleben, and subtitled: ‘The Quest for Truth, Justice, and the Rule of Law in the Pacific Northwest’. Written for adults due to its complex themes and some explicit language...

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Iron Annie and a Long Journey

By Lisa M. Hutchison

Iron Annie and a Long Journey by Lisa M. Hutchison is the story of a couple who fell in love and how the war had an impact on their lives and the lives of their children for years to come. Albert took his time to...

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To Mend a Broken Heart

By Myunique C. Green

To Mend a Broken Heart is a work of non fiction in the form of a personal and traumatic narrative, and was penned by author Myunique C. Green. Named after an emotive and popular song about restarting one’s life after feelings of total devastation, Green...

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Thank You Louise Hay

Thank you Deepak, Oprah, Joseph, Marianne, Joe, Pam, Wayne, Bob, Bruce, Gregg, and, and ...ALL the others… for helping me heal from my depression and return into the sunlight!
By Natasha Bronfman

As doctors still try to agree on whether depression originates from genetics or our surroundings, we take an in-depth look into the illness and break down every possibility. The causes, symptoms, and treatments for this debilitating mental illness are examined in detail in Thank You...

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Trapped Within

By Jo Ann Glim

A stroke takes a lot away from our definition of a normal body (and a normal life), but does it mark the end of life? Trapped Within by Jo Ann Glim is a written testament of the fact that it doesn't have to be the...

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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 non-fiction memoir recounting the nerve-wracking life of Frank South, off-Broadway playwright, long-time television writer, and producer. He explains, in his own inimitable style, how he deals...

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The Unbound Soul

A Visionary Guide to Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment
By Richard L Haight

The Unbound Soul: A Visionary Guide to Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment by Richard L. Haight is a spiritual self-help book. It’s Richard L. Haight’s memoir as he tells his stories of how he found enlightenment. He has traveled to the Amazon and Tokyo, just to...

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The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

By Emily Lodge

The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times by Emily Lodge is a genealogical memoir in which Emily talks about several generations of family members right from the time of their arrival in America and their subsequent lives and lifestyles. In this book, Emily starts...

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Goodbye Homeboy

How My Students Drove Me Crazy and Inspired a Movement
By Steve Mariotti, Debra Devi

When a great story presents real-life experiences that make a reader reflect, then it is worth reading and re-reading it. This is what I suggest with Steve Mariotti’s Goodbye Homeboy. In this inspiring memoir, Mariotti recalls the beginnings of his nonprofit organization, NFTE (Network for...

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