The Bones of Pleiku

Send 'em home or send me back
By John Michael Hanzlik

The Bones of Pleiku: Send ‘em home or send me back is a real life memoir as recalled by author John Michael Hanzlik. As the author is a veteran of the Vietnam war, this semi-historical account actually takes place mostly in the nineties when John...

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Those Three Words

A Birthmother's story of choice, chance and motherhood
By Christine Bauer

How many young women have heard 'Those Three Words'? For some, the words 'you are pregnant' bring indescribable joy. For others, like Christine Bauer, they cause panic and heartache, beginning a journey of fear, indecision, distressing physical changes, and emotional turmoil. Christine Bauer takes us...

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Amazing Days, Endless Nights

The Mystique of Surgery 3
By David Gelber MD

Amazing Days, Endless Nights: The Mystique of Surgery 3 is the third book in a series by David Gelber, a book that lifts the veil and allows readers glimpses of the operating room. It is a wonderful homage to surgeons and to doctors who spend...

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If Passports Could Talk

By Crystal Y. Brown-Battle

If some people are born with their traveling shoes on, Crystal Y. Brown-Battle is surely one of them. If Passports Could Talk chronicles her expeditions to over sixty countries and all seven continents over a period of thirty-two years. Inspired by her grandmother, begun in...

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Ballet for Life

A Pictorial Memoir
By Finis Jhung

Ballet for Life: A Pictorial Memoir by Finis Jhung is a memoir that both entertains and inspires readers, a journey through the life of the legendary dancer from humble beginnings to the peak of fame. This narrative documents the protagonist's journey from a childhood in...

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Beyond the Visible Edge

A Grieving Mother’s Pilgrimage While Walking the Dog
By Betsy Kelleher

Beyond the Visible Edge: A Grieving Mother's Pilgrimage While Walking the Dog by Betsy Kelleher is a heartrending memoir that will remind readers about the delicate balance of life and the powerful role of God and nature when it comes to healing. The author's story...

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10 Cents and a Silver Star

. . . a Sardonic Saga of PTSD
By Bruce D Johnson

Bruce D Johnson's 10 Cents and a Silver Star is an extraordinary narration of what soldiers encountered during the traumatic war in Vietnam, and after. From the very beginning of this momentous story, perhaps as momentous as Joseph Heller’s Catch 22, tossing convention out...

Pain Management Decoded

Surviving and Thriving with Chronic Pain
By Dr. JB Kirby

Pain Management Decoded: Surviving and Thriving with Chronic Pain by Dr. JB Kirby is a non-fiction self-help book relating to chronic pain management. In this fairly short book, JB talks about her own extensive background as a medical professional and a nurse practitioner who has...

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Echoes From Catawba Volume 1

Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia
By Ted Carroll

Echoes From Catawba, Volume 1: Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia is a nonfiction cultural/memoir written by Ted Carroll. Carroll’s grandparents had 17 children; his mother was the baby of a family who made such a tremendous impact on the small community of Catawba, Virginia....

Hank Brodt Holocaust Memoirs

A Candle and a Promise
By Deborah Donnelly

Hank Brodt Holocaust Memoirs by Deborah Donnelly is an extraordinary narrative by a survivor of the Holocaust, now in his 90s. His daughter, Deborah Donnelly, gives voice to her father’s very painful and vivid memories of his years growing up in poverty and a growing...

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