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A Full Circle
By Dar Bryant

Dar Bryant's 360: A Full Circle starts with the author’s first day of eighth grade, a period that turns out to be nine months of teasing, harassment, taunting, bullying, and torment that makes him hate school. This memoir tells his story of how he becomes...

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Michaelism

My POV on Life with Autism
By Michael S Tanzer

Michael Tanzer, the author of Michaelism: My POV on Life with Autism, has autism. Too many people mistakenly think that someone who falls on the Autism Spectrum Disorder is not able to accomplish anything. Michael is here to show the world that he, as well...

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Healing from Incest

Intimate Conversations with My Therapist
By Geri Henderson, Seanne Emerton

Healing from Incest: Intimate Conversations with my Therapist by Geri Henderson and Seanne Emerton is the non-fiction memoir of Henderson's life and a string of abuses, and Emerton's insight as one of the therapists who helped her come to terms with incidents that no person...

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Stay Low and Circle Left

The Story of Floyd "Bad News" Winter
By Floyd Winter and Daniel DiMarzio, Foreword by Randy "The Natural" Couture

Stay Low and Circle Left: The Story of Floyd “Bad News” Winter by Floyd Winter and Daniel DiMarzio is an autobiography that tells the inspiring story of an American hero who was able to positively influence many people, especially in military circles. Floyd Winter joined...

Stare at Me

How Being Blindsided Brings Life Into Focus
By Joey Mullaney

It is never easy to find the courage to tell other people about your disease, and spreading a positive message is even rarer. However, those who overcome their fears and share their experience empower others to make it a most commendable action. This is what...

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Brigadier Mokhtar Karim

An Autobiography
By Ayesha Majid, Brigadier (R) Mokhtar Karim

Brigadier Mokhtar Karim: An Autobiography by Ayesha Majid and Brigadier Mokhtar Karim begins with a childhood characterized by several relocations - a consequence of his father's career as a medical officer. He enrolls at the Royal Indian Military College, but as graduation nears, his future...

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Don't Expect Me To Cry

Refusing to let Childhood Sexual Abuse Steal my Life
By Janet Bentley

Don't Expect Me To Cry is a powerful autobiography by Janet Bentley, relating the horrors of mental, physical, and sexual abuse she endured from infancy. In an amazing piece of writing, Janet tells her story, reflecting her thoughts and experiences at critical stages of her...

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Say Something

By Jeremy Clarke

Say Something by Jeremy Clarke is a poetry book that deftly describes the author’s growing up years. As we read in his poems, his life was difficult: a father who was not there, a mother who was mostly gone and came back only when she...

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Battle Scars Are Beautiful

From Victim To Victory
By Rene Michele

Battle Scars Are Beautiful: From Victim to Victory by Rene Michele is a memoir that documents, with incredible clarity, the author’s journey from abuse to inner freedom and victory. The author has experienced abuse, been addicted, gotten pregnant as a teenager, and struggled with suicidal...

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