Illegitimately Yours, Michael and Me

A memoir of secrets, adoption and DNA
By Catherine Taylor

Illegitimately Yours: Michael and Me by Catherine Taylor is the author's story and her deeply personal account of the family history. Catherine Taylor's early years were filled with memories of playing with her brother Michael, the school holidays, summer nights, lazy days when even the...

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Fairydust to Daffodils

By Patricia Steele

Fairydust to Daffodils: A Memoir by Patricia Steele is a heartrending story about a mother's unsuccessful mission to save her daughter, Chrissy, from Cystic Fibrosis. The memoir speaks about how they fought the odds and focused on the positives instead of the negatives but still...

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The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain

The Batizy Story
By Levente Batizy

The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain: The Batizy Story by Levente Batizy is the story of the Batizy family as they traveled from Hungary to America, chasing the American Dream. Once part of European nobility, the Batizy family lost it all when communism took...

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No One Knew

My Emotional Journey of Being Married to a Sociopath and How I Learned to Heal
By Renee Olivier

In No One Knew by Renee Olivier, when a divorced mother of two, Renee, met Joe online, little did she know she was inviting a manipulating sociopath into her life. At first, their relationship was a fairytale. Joe seemed the charismatic, charming, and devoted man...

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A Song Of Love

How Jesus Breathes Life into Destiny
By Jan Chapman

A Song of Love: How Jesus Breathes Life into Destiny by Jan Chapman is an insightful and profound book that chronicles the author's journey and reiterates the power and presence of God. These are stories of love and stories of God, of overcoming and being...

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The Seven Year Hitch

By Terry Sweeney

The Seven Year Hitch by Terry Sweeney is a short and vivid memoir about the author’s years on the road. Author Terry and her husband Joe packed their bags to chase after a dream. They left their jobs, sold everything they had, and bought an...

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Moving On

A Memoir of life at Sea
By Anthony Edwards

Moving On: A Memoir of Life at Sea is a work of non-fiction written in a memoir/autobiographical style by author Anthony Edwards. This volume continues the author’s full autobiographical journey as we move on from the events of Paid To Live The Dream. As the...

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Brothers in Arms

Memoirs of Veterans, Victims, Heroes and Survivors of WWII, Korea and Vietnam
By James Downey

Brothers In Arms: Memoirs of Veterans, Victims, Heroes and Survivors of World War II, Korea & The Vietnam War is a work of non-fiction in the historical and memoir sub-genres, and was penned by author James Downey. Written for adult readers, the work does contain...

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Wacky on the Junk

By Kathy Varner

Wacky on the Junk is a non-fiction memoir written by Kathy Varner. In her introduction, Varner describes her memoir as being “told through the voice of someone who often feels like a foreigner air-dropped onto the Island of Life -- with no survival tools.” Kathy...

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Hilltop Doc

A Marine Corpsman Fighting Through the Mud and Blood of the Korean War
By Leonard Adreon

“We owned the hill. We paid too much.” With starkly compelling photographs to emphasize his equally starkly compelling words, Leonard Adreon tells a story about his wartime service in Korea as a Hilltop Doc. Corpsman. This was not a job with which he was initially...

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