Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness

Surrendering to Life
By Cheryl Wilfong

Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness: Surrendering to Life by Cheryl Wilfong demonstrates the author's approach when being diagnosed with breast cancer in her mid-sixties, showing how she applied her Buddhist studies and Buddhist meditation practice to get through that difficult phase of her life with calmness....

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A Year on the Tump

By Daniel P. T. Thomas

A Year on the Tump by Daniel P. T. Thomas begins with exultation, the author introducing the reader to a move that will change life as they knew it. The excitement comes across strongly in the narrative voice as the author recounts the move from...

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How He Robbed Me of My Three Baby Daughters

By Maggie Colombe

How He Robbed Me of My Three Baby Daughters by Maggie Colombe is a poignantly related memoir that explores the author's story of loss and the pain of living for seventeen years away from her children. Her three daughters were very young when her husband...

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Memoir Writing in 6 Easy Steps

Your Life Counts
By Sue Roupp

Writing your own memoir is not easy. The idea to pen your life story can lead you to a sort of writer’s block as soon as you start thinking about it. You wonder who will ever care about your personal experiences, and your own writing...

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Sensitive

My Journey through a Toxic World
By Pookie Sekmet

Sensitive: My Journey Through A Toxic World is a work of memoir non-fiction penned by author Pookie Sekmet. After unknowingly being exposed to dangerous chemicals when she was a baby, the author grew up experiencing strange sensations and illnesses which then took years to retrace...

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Plebe

My Year at The Citadel
By "Doc" Sanborn

Plebe: My Year at The Citadel is a work of memoir non-fiction based around military experiences, written by author Doc Sanborn. Largely suitable for readers of all ages, the memoir takes us through the plebe year of its author, in which he was a new...

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Love Blue

Amanda's Story
By Gwyn Thorn

Love Blue: Amanda's Story by Gwyn Thorn is a heartrending true story of good and bad parenting, the reality and horror of child abuse, and the existence of divinity to make life possible in a good way. It is the story of a couple who...

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Junk Sale

Stories & Essays
By Patrick Lombardi

Italian-born author Patrick Lombardi is distinctly his own voice. He writes with a mixture of acerbity and sharp humor in Junk Sale: Stories & Essays, his collection of essays and short stories. This anthology introduces us to a world that Lombardi inhabits where one cannot...

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A Key That Turned

Unlocking the Master Plan
By Gloria V. Key with Marc Hoberman

A Key That Turned: Unlocking the Master Plan is a nonfiction memoir written by Gloria V. Key with Marc Hoberman. When Key’s mother became pregnant with her, she already had five daughters, and Social Services was threatening to take away her welfare benefits if she...

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Tales of the Philippines

In the Early 1900's
By Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr.

Tales of the Philippines: In the Early 1900's is a nonfiction memoir written by Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr. with a preface by his son, William C. Buckner. The memoir consists of over 80 short accounts of Buckner’s experiences as a West Point graduate who was...

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