Two Minus One

A Memoir
By Kathryn Taylor

Betrayal comes in all shapes and sizes. After reading Kathryn Taylor's Two Minus One: A Memoir, I am pretty confident that there is no easy way to separate an honest person from a dishonest one. Jim said all the right words and stood by Kathryn...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

What Game Are You Playing?

A Framework for Redefining Success and Achieving What Matters Most
By Robin Moriarty, PhD

Do you feel burdened by your life – the life that you were conditioned to live? Do you feel like your life is meeting the expectations of others, but not bringing fulfillment and joy to you? If so, this self-help book is the one for...

Whole Worlds Could Pass Away

Collected Stories
By Rickey Gard Diamond

‘If she’d been one of his livestock he’d have fed her supplements, wormed her, maybe shot her…’ were Russell's thoughts about the topless dancer in ‘What Happened at Wanda’s Place.’ Whole Worlds Could Pass Away is a fantastic compilation of eleven short stories by...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

To Mend a Broken Heart

By Myunique C. Green

To Mend a Broken Heart is a work of non fiction in the form of a personal and traumatic narrative, and was penned by author Myunique C. Green. Named after an emotive and popular song about restarting one’s life after feelings of total devastation, Green...

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Bertha

Shine Like the Dawn
By Lisa M. Hutchison

Bertha: Shine Like The Dawn by Lisa M. Hutchison is a dive into the Germany of the mid-1800s through to the mid-1900s. Bertha, the title character, was a real person; the great-great-grandmother of the author and a woman who struggled through and dealt with the...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

My Shrinking Fat Belly

A Surrogate’s Story
By Jana Jarrett

In My Shrinking Fat Belly: A Surrogate’s Story, author Jana Jarrett demonstrates how what seemed to be a dream come true for her -- to bring a baby to life for another couple -- turned out to be a disaster. The author asked for no...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Women Who Knew Jesus

By Bonnie Ring

In Women Who Knew Jesus, Dr. Bonnie Ring writes: “When the women of today are introduced to the stories of the encounters of Jesus with women, they often recognize their similarity to those women, feel the impact of that similarity and suddenly regard those women...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

A Warrior's Ride to Shine

A guide to awaken your inner strength on a bicycle
By Camilla Patten

A Warrior’s Ride to Shine tells the story of Camilla Patten, an intrepid woman who has fought to keep her “light” despite the many troubles life had in store for her. Born into a family where only male components were considered good for business, she...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

The Friendship Upgrade

Trade Clickable Connections for Friendships that Matter
By Heather Dugan

Do you have a deep need for friendship? Connection? Then it is time to plug in. The Friendship Upgrade: Trade Clickable Connections for Friendships that Matter by Heather Dugan demonstrates the reality of life as it exists now. The author speaks about her loneliness and...

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories

By Rebecca G. Morris

How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories is a mostly time-linear series of short stories spanning the author's life. Rebecca G. Morris intentionally obscures which stories are fiction and which are not, but the feel is that...

Readers’ Favorite Award Winner

Award Winner

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation