Quarantined

By C V Williams

Quarantined is a non-fiction account by CV Williams - a traveler who found herself in a foreign country when Coronavirus struck and country borders around the world were closed one by one. After vacationing in Peru, the author was suddenly quarantined to a single hotel...

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What's Real What's Not and Somewhere In-Between

His Actions Will Tell You Everything
By Zakiya Fatin

What's Real What's Not and Somewhere In-Between: His Actions Will Tell You Everything by Zakiya Fatin endeavors to remind, teach, and help women in their relationships with men. A book full of reminders and new information all designed to help us grow and understand why...

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Mezzo-Soprano

Memoirs of a Rez Girl
By Rhonda Head

Mezzo-Soprano: Memoirs of a Rez Girl by Rhonda Head is the author's autobiography, a compact work that details her life growing up as a First Nation person of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. Head starts with her earliest memories of a youth spent largely outdoors with...

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The Dog Days of Dixon

Incredible stories of love and healing in a rural New Mexico Rescue.
By Judy Pearson

For many of us, dogs and cats are an important part of our lives. Some of us invest in purebred pedigrees, while others seek the beauty of a rescued pet. Judy Pearson is dedicated to rescuing and helping injured and abused dogs and cats, to...

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The Boiling Frog

How Complacency and Ignorance Created Our Leadership Crisis and What We Can Do About It
By Michael Darmody

The Boiling Frog: How Complacency and Ignorance Created Our Leadership Crisis and What We Can Do About It is a work of non-fiction which is focused on current socioeconomic and political affairs, and was penned by author Michael Darmody. As the title of the work...

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Breakin Cycles

The Power of my Testimony
By Tony V Bunion, Jr.

Tony V Bunion, Jr.’s inspiring memoir, Breakin Cycles: The Power of my Testimony, offers insight on how to break destructive generational patterns through faith in Jesus Christ. Bunion grew up in Havana, Florida. His father spent many years in prison which left Bunion with no...

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My Life as a Sperm

Essays From the Absurd Side
By Gene Twaronite

Gene Twaronite’s My Life as a Sperm: Essays From the Absurd Side is part autobiography, part journalistic reporting, and part opinion. Some of these essays were previously published in magazines and literary reviews. Put together in this anthology, they nicely sum up a life rich...

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The Arrogance of Ignorance

What do you know?
By Heidi Stampley

The Arrogance of Ignorance is a work of non-fiction focusing on Christian themes and cultural societal issues and was penned by author Heidi Stampley. Subtitled “Radical solutions to the things that hold you back”, the work encourages readers to explore the fall of current society...

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Dealing with Dementia, Revised

Our Vanishing Mother
By Kent Courtney

Dealing with Dementia, Revised: Our Vanishing Mother by Kent Courtney is a gripping memoir that follows the journey of a courageous woman through dementia. Meet Lovene, a strong woman who grew up in Missouri on a farm and who left for California and ended up...

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No Thanks

Black, Female, And Living in the Martyr-Free Zone
By Keturah Kendrick

No Thanks: Black, Female, and Living in the Martyr-Free Zone by Keturah Kendrick is a collection of essays that show the author’s journey to freedom in a world bound by expectations and pressures to conform as an educated black woman. The author explains and rationalizes...

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