Intro Of The Literary Black Sheep Pt. 1

By Saven "Con-A" Watts

In spite of the doubts people felt about them and how they were counted out among their peers, "the literary black sheep" survives and thrives to create a book that combines the wisdom of old age and the vision of youth. Intro Of The Literary...

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In My Next Life I'll Get It Right

By Rosemary Mild

In this frank and honest compilation of stories, In My Next Life I'll Get It Right, Rosemary Mild offers her unique insight into the joys of parenthood, grief, medical disasters, relationships, and other extraordinary mishaps. Rosemary will shine a light on the most emotional and...

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In-Transit Passenger

Making the Journey Matter
By Robert Babirad

In-Transit Passenger: Making the Journey Matter by Robert Babirad is a thought-provoking and insightful book about self-discovery and being true to the self. The author shares his past experiences and how they had hidden lessons to teach him after leaving his job in search of...

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Imprints

A Collection of Family Stories, Legends, and Revelations
By Daphne Tarango

Stories – we all have them. There are stories about family, friends, ancestors, acquaintances, interesting and unusual events in our lives. And these stories are what make us who we are. The generations before us spent time together sharing stories; that’s how we learned our...

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It's Me

By Jeff Kubiak

Discover how children react to their lives as they navigate difficult social issues in the young adult book, It’s Me by Jeff Kubiak. Prejudices run rampant in our society, and tragically this reflects on our children and how they view their world. Whether a person...

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I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years

A Story of Redemption and Healing After Abortion
By Tori Shaw

I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years: A Story of Redemption and Healing after Abortion by Tori Shaw is a poignant and heartrending memoir that chronicles the author's traumatic experiences and of facing her past courageously. Her story will touch everybody's hearts and help other...

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Inhale

By Colleen Songs

Inhale by Colleen Songs is the non-fiction shocking memoir of a woman who goes the distance for love only to find that by allowing James into the lives of herself and her two children, she has unwittingly committed herself to years of abuse, isolation, and...

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I'm Still Here

A Memoir
By Martina Reaves

I'm Still Here: A Memoir by Martina Reaves is an engrossing memoir with strong themes, well-written and inspiring. The memoir starts with Martina meeting her streetcar driver, an Episcopal priest, who eventually becomes a significant person in her life. But she comes out and meets...

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Illegal

One Immigrant’s Life Or Death Journey To The American Dream
By Laz Ayala

Illegal: One Immigrant’s Life Or Death Journey To The American Dream by Laz Ayala tells the story of Ayala coming to the United States from El Salvador in 1980 as an illegal alien. He was 14 years old, afraid, and unsure of what was ahead...

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Inclined Elders

How to rebrand aging for self and society
By Ramona Oliver

Inclined Elders are men and women who have made a conscious choice to ignore society's mindset of 'decline' and 'over the hill' as they age and have embraced an optimistic mindset of continuing to climb ever upwards. Inclined Elders: How to rebrand aging for self...

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