My Path of Faith

A Life's Journey Learning How to See, Live and Love Through Jesus' Eyes
By Barbie Carlisle

My Path of Faith: A Life's Journey Learning How to See, Live and Love through Jesus' Eyes by Barbie Carlisle shares a real-life journey of hurt, guilt, and healing, and a dramatic and inspiring connection with God. In the opening lines, the author shares something...

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Confused

A True Story of Flawed Love, Control and Abuse
By Susan K. Green

Confused: A True Story of Flawed Love, Control and Abuse by Susan K. Green is a memoir whose title aptly captures the theme and describes what readers will encounter in this book. Ruthlessly honest and at times raw, this is a tale of a toxic...

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Sammy: Hero At Age Five

By M. Schmidt & G. D. Donley

Sammy, born the day before Easter in 1985, lived with his mother and brother Gene in a small town in Kansas. He lived the normal life of a little boy – riding his big wheels, playing with trucks, and running in the backyard. He loved...

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Among the Maasai

A Memoir
By Juliet Cutler

Among the Maasai by Juliet Cutler is a memoir recounting the two years the author spent living and teaching in Tanzania at the end of the 1990s. Arriving with preconceived ideas and expectations, nothing was as she had imagined. She describes her feelings of being...

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Resurrection Lily

The BRCA Gene, Hereditary Cancer & Lifesaving Whispers from the Grandmother I Never Knew
By Amy Byer Shainman

Because of her family history, a woman begins to realize she has a very high chance of developing breast and ovarian cancer. Being the competitive yet sympathetic person she is, she takes steps to take control of the situation and to create a record for...

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Vision of a Happy Life

A Memoir
By Geraldine Birch

If all those who want to write a memoir wrote their stories the way Geraldine Birch wrote Vision of a Happy Life, both publishers and readers would be more receptive to this less popular form of book. The reason is that Birch, like a skilled...

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Never Sold Out

By Douglas Frank Marsh

Never Sold Out by Doug Marsh with Carlo Brigola begins with a typical story of a young man in a band in the eighties and a spare ticket to a Van Halen concert. Fast forward to the nineties and Carlo, the owner of a CD...

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Jocie

Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist
By Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg

Jocie: Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist by Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg is a non-fiction memoir about Jocie’s life experiences, both in her personal and her civil and work life. After a brief introduction, the book is divided into sections revolving around specific areas of...

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The Reluctant Hotelkeeper

A Memoir
By John Searancke

The Reluctant Hotelkeeper by John Searancke is an engaging memoir that takes readers into the life of the author who ended up reluctantly being a hotelkeeper, and how his rescue mission ended up being a love affair with an old building. His parents had bought...

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Another Place Called Home

Surviving Foster Care
By Susan DuMond

Another Place Called Home: Surviving Foster Care by Susan DuMond is a memoir of the author's experience of foster care at The Susquehanna Valley Children's Home from the age of eleven until she left to go to college at the age of 18. This is...

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