Non-Fiction - Autobiography

Lost in the Reflecting Pool

A Memoir
By Diane Pomerantz

It's often said that a shoemaker can't mend his own shoes or a hairdresser can't style her own hair. One might be tempted to look at Diane Pomerantz's difficulty in understanding and analyzing the narcissistic, mentally abusive husband she reveals to us in her memoir,...

True Confessions of an American Millennial

American Millennial Biography
By John E Clifford

True Confessions of an American Millennial by John Clifford is a very short book because it’s part one of what is already an engrossing and enlightening read, especially for those of us unfamiliar with the realities of growing up during the nineties in Florida. John...

Three Journals

By Greg Masters

Three Journals by Greg Masters is a masterpiece in the area of journaling, a great work featuring powerful journal entries. No, readers are not offered gripping plots they’d find in thrillers, but the kind of writing that transports them and forces them to look at...

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Five Years, Eleven Months and a Lifetime of Unexpected Love

a memoir
By Visakha Dasi

Five Years, Eleven Months and a Lifetime of Unexpected Love by Visakha Dasi is a brilliant memoir about a woman’s struggles in coming to terms with her spiritual realization, conditioning her mind to overcome her atheism, and her transformative spiritual journey amid many challenging circumstances....

Blood on the Tracks

The Life and Times of S. Brian Willson
By S. Brian Willson

Growing up in Upstate New York, S. Brian Willson was everything his community expected of him. He was tall, athletic, patriotic, and a good student who would stand up for what was right. Blood on the Tracks is the poignant story of what happened when...

Motherhood

Lost and Found
By Ann Campanella

Motherhood: Lost and Found by Ann Campanella is an autobiography tracing the story of her life after she married, through several miscarriages, the family dynamics of her parents aging, most specifically her mother’s slow and painful decline with Alzheimer's disease. Her love of horses...

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Pedaling out of the Dark

By Karen Hurley

Pedaling Out of the Dark is a non-fiction autobiography written by Karen Hurley. Hurley's early life as a young child was pretty idyllic. She was popular in school and even had a boyfriend in kindergarten. Her brother, who was two years her senior, had no...

Proud American

The Migrant, Soldier, and Agent
By Sergio Tinoco

Proud American: The Migrant, Soldier, and Agent is the memoir of author Sergio Tinoco. He was the only child of a single mother and was raised by his grandparents in South Texas. The area he grew up in is commonly called the Rio Grande Valley....

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Heart Medicine

A True Love Story - One Couple's Quest for the Sacred Iboga Medicine & the Cure for Addiction
By E. Bast

Heart Medicine by E. Bast is a powerful memoir that explores love, addiction, and healing. The heart of the message of this book is captured in the sub-title: A True Love Story - One Couple's Quest for the Sacred Iboga Medicine & the Cure for...

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Shift of Heart

Paths to Healing and Love
By Cheryl Melody Baskin

Shift of Heart: Paths to Healing and Love by Cheryl Melody Baskin is an uplifting and insightful book that guides readers towards inner peace, balance, mindfulness, and self-love. The book is for all the perfectly imperfect readers trying to find a positive way through this...

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