Cycle of Lives

15 People's Stories, 5,000 Miles, and a Journey Through the Emotional Chaos of Cancer
By David Richman

Cycle of Lives by David Richman is a non-fiction compilation of “15 People’s Stories, 5,000 Miles, and a Journey Through the Emotional Chaos of Cancer.” Richman embarked on a cross-country bike ride inspired by his sister, who had died from terminal brain cancer just a...

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Chipping Through Time

By David C. Schultz

Imagine meeting every one of your heroes, from different generations, and having a chance to interview them. In Chipping Through Time by David C. Schultz, the protagonist is privileged to talk to some great historical figures from different professions and question them about their achievements...

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Suit to Saddle

Cycling to Self-Discovery on the Southern Tier
By Larry Walsh

Suit to Saddle: Cycling to Self-Discovery on the Southern Tier by Larry Walsh is the story of riding a bicycle across the southern half of the United States, from California to Florida. The ride took place at a rough time in Walsh’s life when he’d...

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Fighting Chance

By Alicia Doyle

Fighting Chance by award-winning journalist Alicia Doyle is a powerful memoir that will inspire and entertain you. You have a journalist-turned-boxer in her late twenties in the late 1990s, and you have a compelling story of how covering a story of at-risk youth in a...

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The Long Road Back To Boston

Running Marathons With Leukemia
By Phillip Fields Ph.D

The Long Road Back To Boston: Running Marathons with Leukemia by Phillip Fields Ph.D. is a spellbinding memoir that follows the author’s journey after receiving the devastating news that his days are numbered. How do you react when you know you have five to seven...

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Running High School Cross-Country, The Southwest Way

By P.M. Hall

P.M. Hall begins his book, Running High School Cross-Country, The Southwest Way, by re-telling the story of Southwest High School's cross-country team from the year 1942 to its last state championship in the '80s. This compilation of dates, scores, and facts is very thorough, due...

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Enrich Your Life and the World with the Game of Golf

Every day is an opportunity to change the world
By Stephen A. Vigiano

Enrich Your Life and the World with the Game of Golf: Every day is an opportunity to change the world, by Stephen A. Vigiano, is an intriguing look at the world of golf and how it can better your life. The author is a PGA...

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Scott Stokely: Growing Up Disc Golf

By Scott Stokely, Aaron Rath

Scott Stokely: Growing Up Disc Golf, written by Scott Stokely and Aaron Rath, is the first-ever autobiography detailing the life of a professional disc golfer. Through the eyes of the man who lived it, we get to see how the sport develops through the years...

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We All Wore Blue

By Emerson Robbins

We All Wore Blue by Emerson Robbins is an impactful story about a team of players brought together by their love of football that sticks together and achieves great things because of their sense of brotherhood. It is also an inspiring example of what can...

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Yes, Tin Lizzie Was An Alcoholic

Correcting Bad Revisionist History About Ford's Multi-Fuel Model T
By Marc J Rauch

Marc J Rauch wrote Yes, Tin Lizzie Was An Alcoholic: Correcting Bad Revisionist History About Ford's Multi-Fuel Model T to make the case that Henry Ford’s most famous automobile was designed to run on other fuels besides gasoline, namely alcohol. The book presents the other...

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