A Someday Courtesan

A Memoir in Stories
By Sephe Haven

A Someday Courtesan: A Memoir in Stories is a work of non-fiction by Sephe Haven in the memoir and autobiographical writing subgenres. It is intended for the adult reading audience, owing to the presence of explicit sexual discussions and sensitive subject matter such as rape...

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A Wordsmith's Work

Three decades of writing to persuade, inform, and amuse.
By Mark R. Weaver, Esq.

A Wordsmith's Work by Mark R. Weaver, Esq. is an indispensable guide on crisis communications and how to write more effectively. Other than being about crisis communications and effective writing, the book is a compilation of the author’s writings on the subject that include some...

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All Walks of Life (and Death)

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at 42 Years as a Firefighter/Paramedic
By John Spicuzza

All Walks of Life (and Death): A Behind-the-Scenes Look at 42 Years as a Firefighter/Paramedic, by John Spicuzza, is a riveting and educational memoir about the life of a firefighter and paramedic. This inside view offers slice-of-life stories that may help you decide if this...

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Apples and Oranges on Your Team

Bite-Size Stories for Life-Giving Leadership
By Steven Sullivan

Apples and Oranges on Your Team: Bite-Size Stories for Life-Giving Leadership is a work of non-fiction in the occupational and leadership subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Steven Sullivan. The work is a discussion on how to...

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And . . . Just Like That

Essays on a life before, during, and after the law.
By Mark Shaiken

And... Just Like That by Mark Shaiken is a uniquely written memoir in the form of 39 essays. After three years as a law student, two years as a bankruptcy law clerk, and thirty-six years as a practicing bankruptcy attorney at large law firms, Mark...

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A Culture of Leadership

Lessons Learned and Shared
By Don Sipes

When a leader decides to share his skills with other leaders, it always happens that essential information becomes enlightening. This is especially true if the leader who shares his experiences is as authoritative as Don Sipes. In his fifty years of experience in the healthcare...

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At Ease

How to Successfully Transition from the Uniform to Veteran Life
By Matt Jurek

At Ease: How to Successfully Transition from the Uniform to Veteran Life by Matt Jurek is an engaging memoir that takes readers on an interesting journey of the author's life from the end of his Air Force career to the point he has achieved now,...

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A Principal's Tale

A Self Determined Leader
By Shelley McIntosh

A Principal’s Tale: A Self Determined Leader by Shelley Mackintosh, Ed.D. is an excellent book for educators at all levels, whether administrators or teachers, as it shares tools with examples of how to provide a well-rounded and caring education for students. Dr. Shelley Mackintosh begins...

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Anthracite Boot Camp

By Louis Ronald Scatena

Anthracite Boot Camp by Louis Ronald Scatena is the story of the author's father, Pete Scatena, and his mother Caroline, and about anthracite mining along the mountainsides where the coal seams slant upwards. This is also the true story about men struggling in a black...

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A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

A Black Man's Journey Through Life and the CIA
By Darryl A. Lansey

A Thin Line Between Love and Hate: A Black Man's Journey Through Life and the CIA by Darryl A. Lansey is an unapologetic memoir that gives glimpses of the racism and inequality that played an important role in shaping the author's family's history, his worldview,...

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