What Remains

The Many Ways We Say Goodbye, An Anthology
By Sandi Gelles-Cole and Kenneth Salzmann, editors

What Remains: The Many Ways We Say Goodbye is a non-fiction anthology of the rites and rituals performed at funerals and memorials across the globe. The pieces are written in collaboration with several authors, compiled in a beautiful study of modern anthropology by editors Sandi...

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Walking With Narcissists

By Kenny Lea

Walking With Narcissists is a work of non-fiction presented as a series of interesting interviews, composed and compiled by author Kenny Lea. As the title suggests, the work concentrates on the quality of narcissism, especially in its clinical presentation through the diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality...

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Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, a memoir by Anna Casamento Arrigo, features memories and ruminations of her father who died when she was only twelve. But her recollections run deep and reveal not only her dad’s rugged Italian persona but those of close family members...

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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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Women Wronged

Discrimination, Repression, & Sexism from the Sixties to Now
By Toby Heathcotte

Women Wronged: Discrimination, Repression, & Sexism from the Sixties to Now is a collection of stories from multiple women. Edited, and partly written by Toby Heathcotte, each story details another woman's account of growing up in a world of discrimination, repression, and sexism. Each one...

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What You Need To Know About Narcissists

Why Cartwheels In Bed & Circusworthy Stunts Won’t Matter
By Serena Prince

What You Need To Know About Narcissists: Why Cartwheels In Bed And Circusworthy Stunts Won't Matter by Serena Prince gives good insights into Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Abuse. She speaks about her life with a husband who was a Malignant Narcissist and how she...

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What You Don't Know Can Kill You

By Meghan Hansen

As children grow, they adopt their view of the world from their surroundings. By the time we reach adulthood, most of us learn to form our own opinions but are these factual or accurate? In What You Don't Know Can Kill You by Meghan Hansen,...

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War Babies in a Small Town

Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man
By Fred Hammer

War Babies in a Small Town: Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man by Fred Hammer is a memoir that beautifully captures the spirit of a period that is well defined. Readers are very aware of the baby boomers, the silent generation, and the millenials,...

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What A Body Remembers

A Memoir of Sexual Assault and Its Aftermath
By Karen Stefano

The description of What a Body Remembers by Karen Stephano states that it is “… an honest, from-the-gut account of one woman’s journey to regain her power and confidence.” That is incredibly accurate, but here’s what’s even more accurate: this memoir captures the lifelong PTSD...

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Waratah

From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped
By Ha-Le Thai

Waratah: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped by Ha-Le Thai is the author's story, a tale of courage, heartbreak, and new beginnings with the challenges that come with it. Ha-Le escapes the threat of communism and...

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