Never A $7 Wh*re

A Bootstrap Success Story About Determination in the Face of Overwhelming Odds (The $7 Series Book 1)
By Toni Crowe

Never A $7 Wh*re: My Journey from a Lady of The Night to the Lady of the Boardroom is a nonfiction memoir written by Toni Crowe. When she was eighteen years old, Toni left her home and family in Chicago to move to Cleveland with...

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Not a Fairytale

By Roxana Preciado

Let’s begin this review of Not a Fairytale by asking if it’s not a fairytale, then what is it? Essentially, it’s a rare form of memoir, not told as a story with characters and dialogue, but as a poem based, as many memoirs are, on...

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Never Let Me Go

A Memoir
By Nicole Lowe

Never Let Me Go hit so close to home it scared me. Not because my own life experience was similar to that of Nicole Lowe's, the author of this memoir, but because how Nicole felt, what she did as a teen, and why she did...

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Not a WRITER

By Roxana Preciado

Not a WRITER is a collection of poetry by Roxana Preciado. Preciado writes in a free verse format; her words dash and weave across the page, reflecting her creative process and interior struggles. In her opening piece, The Trenches, the repeated refrain “She haunts me”...

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No Country to Call Home

My Journey with 44 Million
By Wali Kanani

No Country to Call Home: My Journey with 44 Million by Wali Kanani is a non-fiction book on the history of the Kurdish people. No Country to Call Home is a historical account of the Kurds since ancient times and starts with a brief introduction...

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Native American Philosophy

A Historical & Regional Overview
By Robert Harrison Woolston

Native American Philosophy: A Historical & Regional Overview is written by Robert Harrison Woolston. Woolston opens his work with a discussion of the migratory patterns of the Paleoamericans, the first people who came across the Bering land bridge from Asia. He differentiates between the Amerindians,...

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Nowhere Else I Want to Be

A Memoir
By Carol D Marsh

Nowhere Else I Want to Be: A Memoir by Carol D Marsh is an inspiring memoir that redefines the sense of humanity in a world where human values are quickly replaced by an egoistic culture. In this spellbinding memoir, the founder of Miriam’s House —...

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Never a Hero to Me

By Tracy Black

As a victim of child sexual abuse at the hands of my biological father, I am drawn to memoirs like Never a Hero to Me by Tracy Black as a moth is drawn to a flame: reading a story like this hurts; it rekindles painful...

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Not The Body

A story of pain, degradation, intrigue, corruption, spirituality and Love
By Shirlie K Plomer

Not The Body by Shirlie K. Plomer is almost too unbelievable to be true crime or memoir. Several times I checked the category under which it was listed to be sure I hadn’t made a mistake: surely it was fiction. But no, no mistake. Not...

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No Tears For my Father

A True Story of Incest
By Viga Boland

No Tears For My Father is a non-fiction book and, that being said, there are some readers unable to handle the subject matter of the book. Viga Boland recounts her life with an abusive father, not only physically but sexually as well. She does not...

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