Diary of the Dragon's Daughter

Painting as a Window into Chinese History
By BiLan Liao

Diary of the Dragon's Daughter: Painting as a Window into Chinese History by BiLan Liao is her autobiography from growing up in China during Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution to resettling in the US. She is an extraordinary artist, with achievements in painting, photography, fashion...

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Confused

A True Story of Flawed Love, Control and Abuse
By Susan K. Green

Confused: A True Story of Flawed Love, Control and Abuse by Susan K. Green is a memoir whose title aptly captures the theme and describes what readers will encounter in this book. Ruthlessly honest and at times raw, this is a tale of a toxic...

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Vision of a Happy Life

A Memoir
By Geraldine Birch

If all those who want to write a memoir wrote their stories the way Geraldine Birch wrote Vision of a Happy Life, both publishers and readers would be more receptive to this less popular form of book. The reason is that Birch, like a skilled...

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Another Place Called Home

Surviving Foster Care
By Susan DuMond

Another Place Called Home: Surviving Foster Care by Susan DuMond is a memoir of the author's experience of foster care at The Susquehanna Valley Children's Home from the age of eleven until she left to go to college at the age of 18. This is...

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Fact is Stranger Than Fiction

A romance writer confronts the reality of looking for love . . .
By Judith Hill

Judith Hill has curated a collection of her Single at Sixty Sucks blog entries into this humorous short take on dating after age sixty. Fact is Stranger Than Fiction comprises fourteen standalone chapters on topics ranging from musings on what exactly the author looks for...

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How Are You Feeling, Momma? (You don't need to say, "I'm Fine.")

Authentic & Encouraging Psalm Reflections on the Many Emotions of Motherhood
By Shelby Spear and Lisa Leshaw

How Are You Feeling, Momma? (You Don't Need To Say, "I'm Fine."): Authentic & Encouraging Psalm Reflections on the Many Emotions of Motherhood by Shelby Spear and Lisa Leshaw is an engaging book that speaks about the challenges of motherhood. The parenting journey is not...

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Girls Can Be Cowboys Too!

Snakes in the attic, wildfire and "If you don't have a dog, use a cat"
By Rose Miller

Girls Can Be Cowboys Too by Rose Miller is a collection of real and honest stories from women who open up about their experiences dealing with country life. A few share their experiences as cowboys, but all are connected through their work with animals, ranch...

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Little Girl Crying

My life-long struggle with anorexia nervosa and the prayer that saved my life
By Belinda Rose

Little Girl Crying by Belinda Rose is a poignant memoir that follows the pain of the author and her journey towards healing. Hurt deeply and abused at home as a child, bullied in school, and raped by someone she loved and trusted, Belinda found herself...

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The Thyroid Fix

Reduce Fatigue, Lose Weight, and Get Your Life Back
By Dr Shawn Soszka

The Thyroid Fix: Reduce Fatigue, Lose Weight, and Get Your Life Back by Dr Shawn Soszka is a medical nonfiction book packed with knowledge and one that will appeal to both professionals in medicine and their clients. The book gives readers the tools they need...

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Born for Life: Midwife in Africa

By Julie Watson

Born for Life: Midwife in Africa is a work of non fiction written as a memoir by author and midwife Julie Watson. Following her original collection, Born for Life: A Midwife’s Story, this new selection of memories tells the tale of Julie’s experiences as a...

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