3 Sisters 3 Weeks 3 Countries (Still Talking)

A Humorous and Heartfelt Memoir
By Elizabeth Moore Kraus

It’s never too late to replenish the sisterly bond or to repair what may have been damaged. Sisterhood is a slippery slope, but once sisters reach adulthood, many of the woes and disagreements are left behind and all that remains is a good, lasting friendship....

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Travels with Maurice

An Outrageous Adventure in Europe in 1968
By Gary Orleck

Travels with Maurice: An Outrageous Adventure in Europe in 1968 tells the story of an average American man who traveled with the son of the richest man in the world at the time. Author Gary L. Orleck was a self-described “nobody” who drove almost 20,000...

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Sawubona, I See You

Stories by a Former Peace Corps Volunteer in Africa
By Daniel Stantus

Sawubona, I See You is a memoir by Daniel Stantus narrating his experiences as a former Peace Corps Volunteer in the early 1970s in Swaziland, Africa. The book contains six short stories based on his own life experiences in the exotic, wild, and untamed locales...

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Finding the Source

One Man’s Quest for Healing in West Africa
By Dave Kobrenski

It’s not often I pick up a memoir and find that what I’ve read is not only an engrossing story but a fascinating and most unexpected education. Dave Kobrenski, the author of Finding the Source, managed to keep me thoroughly entertained by his unpretentious approach to...

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Monkeys on the Road

One family's vanlife adventure south in search of a simpler life
By Mary Hollendoner

Monkeys on the Road: One Family's Vanlife Adventure South in Search of a Simpler Life by Mary Hollendoner is the award-winning part memoir, part travelogue of one American family's trip to the most southern point on the globe--fun, funny, heartwarming, heart-pounding--a rollercoaster ride in a...

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Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos)

A Memoir Trilogy (Acts I, II & III)
By Jeff Pearson

At seventeen, Jeff Pearson knew he did not want to live a traditional life, and as fate would have it, his memoir, which he writes decades later, is far from what a normal life looks like. Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos) starts with...

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Stories from Ecuador

A Collection by Tyrel Nelson
By Tyrel Nelson

Tyrel Nelson, an English teacher who lived in Ecuador for a year, learned everything he could about the traditions in a different land that he loved. He transmits that love in Stories from Ecuador, where he narrates his experiences throughout various destinations he visited. He...

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Rising to the Challenge of Space Flight

By David Ritchey

Since the dawn of time, man has dreamt of flying. Rising to the Challenge of Space Flight by David Ritchey shares the quest for flight throughout history. He traces flight history all the way back to kites in China before the time of Christ and...

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Finding Paris in India
By Brian Thomas

Paris of the 1920s, complete with its bohemians and artists, may no longer exist – at least, not in Paris. But, perhaps this ideal image of Paris does exist in another part of the world like Calcutta, India. Author and multimedia artist Brian Thomas ventured...

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Blood, Sweat & Fears

True Stories of Aussies in Africa
By Brian J Bassett

Brian J. Bassett loves Africa and wildlife. He shares his love in Blood, Sweat, and Fears. Brian’s wife, Sue, shares his passion and adds her love of photography. This book gets readers so close to wild animals that it might have an alternative title of...

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