Only in India

Adventures of an International Educator
By Jill Dobbe

Only in India: Adventures of an International Educator by Jill Dobbe is not the first book I have read by this author. Previously I have enjoyed her descriptions of teaching in Egypt and I was not disappointed with her stories about India. Together with her...

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Rescued from the Ashes

The Diary of Leokadia Schmidt, Survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto
By Leokadia Schmidt

Rescued from the Ashes: The Diary of Leokadia Schmidt, Survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto by Leokadia Schmidt is a memoir that captures the horrific experience of the Holocaust and what it was like to be a Jew during WWII. In this memoir, a young Jewish...

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Red Blood, Yellow Skin - Endless Journey

By Linda L.T. Baer

Following her last book, Red Blood, Yellow Skin: A Young Girl’s Survival in War-torn Vietnam, this book, Red Blood, Yellow Skin: Endless Journey, begins towards the end of the 1960s as Linda Loan Thi Baer prepares for her marriage to Don, an American Air Force...

Shedding the Wife

a spiritual journey through divorce
By Madison Meadows

Shedding the Wife by Madison Meadows takes readers into the author's personal life where she speaks about the split with her husband and how she was consumed by anger and hatred toward her husband and the woman he left her for. Her story is about...

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Love Interrupted

A Seeker’s Discovery of the Afterlife
By Michele Matto

Losing someone you love is always a traumatic event, and learning how to deal with it is not an easy process. People can choose many ways to cope with suffering, but they always need time to recover. In Love Interrupted, Michele Matto recalls her reaction...

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How the WILD EFFECT Turned Me into a Hiker at 69

An Appalachian Trail Adventure
By Jane Congdon

Jane Congdon's How the WILD EFFECT Turned Me into a Hiker at 69: An Appalachian Trail Adventure is Congdon's memoir of her Appalachian Trail hikes, particularly in 2015. She was inspired by Cheryl Strayed's memoir "Wild," an account of Strayed's 1995 hike on the Pacific...

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Prison Nurse

Mayhem, Murder and Medicine
By Ellen Kane

Prison Nurse: Mayhem, Murder and Medicine by Ellen Kane is a memoir of the author's experiences as a nurse working in a correctional center. Through her personal experiences and memories of events that happened to others, the reader learns about bad men doing bad things,...

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Accidental Activist

Justice for the Groveland Four
By Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Accidental Activist: Justice For The Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman is about a case in 1949, in Groveland, Florida, where a white 17-year-old young woman had falsely accused four young African-American men of rape. In 2015, Josh, a 21-year-old University of Florida...

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War Babies in a Small Town

Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man
By Fred Hammer

War Babies in a Small Town: Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man by Fred Hammer is a memoir that beautifully captures the spirit of a period that is well defined. Readers are very aware of the baby boomers, the silent generation, and the millenials,...

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The Writing On The Wall

Becoming an entrepreneur wasn't an option for a woman in 1960, but converging events and destiny guided the way…
By Marilyn Howard

The Writing on the Wall by Marilyn Howard is a non-fiction autobiography of the author and her ability to break the professional glass ceiling and live a full, adventurous life during a time in American history that predated what most would recognize as feminism today....

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