Summer 20XX

Rewriting the rules of summer
By M. Reali-Elliott

In Summer 20XX: Rewriting the Rules of Summer by M. Reali-Elliott, Melissa is a working mother. Her three boys all have different personalities and needs. Leaving behind the career she has spent a decade perfecting, she is looking forward to dedicating her summer to...

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Married to Merlot

A Memoir With a Message of Hope
By Martha Louise

Married to Merlot: A Memoir With a Message of Hope by Martha Louise is a heartrending memoir that chronicles the author's personal life, marred with grief and tragedy, a husband suffering from post-war stress, depression, and alcoholism. The author speaks about her life with her...

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Tightwads on the Loose

A Seven Year Pacific Odyssey
By Wendy Hinman

Tightwads on the Loose: A Seven Year Pacific Odyssey by Wendy Hinman is a memoir of the adventure of a lifetime. When Wendy met Garth in Washington D.C., she was fascinated to learn that he had sailed around the world with his family and...

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Trespassing

When Nature Speaks Do We Listen?
By J.T. Blossom

Trespassing: When Nature Speaks Do We Listen? by J.T. Blossom is a collection of dramatic stories which throws light on the author's privileged American lifestyle and how it influenced his actions towards others and nature. It reveals his reverence for nature and speaks about the...

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The Titanic Effect

Successfully Navigating the Uncertainties that Sink Most Startups
By Todd Saxton, M. Kim Saxton, Michael Cloran

The Titanic Effect by Todd Saxton, M. Kim Saxton, and Michael Cloran is a non-fiction business book meant for entrepreneurs. In this book, Todd, Kim, and Michael have compared the sinking of the famous ship, the Titanic, after its collision with an iceberg to running...

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In Me We Trust

A Discovery of Self After Sexual Trauma
By Anna Gulden

In Me We Trust: A Discovery of Self After Sexual Trauma is a non-fiction work of memoir and serious psychological considerations by author Anna Gulden. Written for mature audiences due to its explicit depictions of sexual violence, themes of mental health issues and profanity usage,...

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Texas City Tales

My Youthful Adventures in the 40's and 50's in Texas City, Texas
By William L. Slager

Texas City Tales: My Youthful Adventures in the 40's and 50's in Texas City, Texas by William L. Slager is the memoir of a boy raised back in the days when life was simpler and technology did not rule people's lives. Mr. Slager was born...

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Because You're You

A True Story
By Nina Guilbeau, Dorothy Del Valle

Because You're You: A True Story by Nina Guilbeau and Dorothy Del Valle chronicles Dorothy’s life, born in Caguas, Puerto Rico in 1975. She has happy recollections of her childhood, but at the age of eleven, she had already grown tired of living. The narrative...

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Remembering Shanghai

A Memoir of Scholars, Socialites and Scoundrels
By Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao

Remembering Shanghai: A Memoir of Scholars, Socialites and Scoundrels by Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao traces the story of the once wealthy Sun family from the founding patriarch, a bright and hard-working peasant youth who rises to high honor in the Imperial court, to...

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Our Baby Was Born Premature (the same way he was conceived)

By Paul Alexander

Our Baby Was Born Premature by Paul Alexander is a collection of brief anecdotes from before the baby’s birth until the author’s son was five years old, going on six. Mostly humorous, pithy remarks cover every angle of birth, baby needs, baby habits, and baby...

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