Non-Fiction - Autobiography

Regression

By Twilah Hiari

Regression is a non-fiction memoir written in the first person voice by Twilah Hiari on her struggles with mental illnesses and trauma. Regression starts off fairly chronologically and initially begins with childhood reminiscences, early childhood experiences, how she felt growing up, her relationship with her...

Once the Storm is Over

From Grieving to Healing After the Suicide of My Daughter
By Nina Bingham

With the alarming rise in suicides, especially sadly amongst teens, Nina Bingham’s memoir about losing her beloved daughter to suicide is timely, but no doubt writing it was one of the hardest things Bingham has ever done. What courage it takes to bare a heartache...

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God, Brian Jones & Me

The Sixties & the Rolling Stones Murder
By Gloria Shepherd

God, Brian Jones & Me: The Sixties & Rolling Stones Murder by Gloria Shepherd is a no-holds-barred autobiography of an amazing woman that relived countless horrors of neglect, and physical and emotional abuse while growing up in a dysfunctional Sicilian family. Growing up in New...

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Helene

True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II
By Helga Long, Helene Witzmann

Helene: True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II by Helga Long and Helene Witzmann is a non-fiction memoir detailing the life of a young girl in Germany during the early decades of the twentieth century through World War II....

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Autobiography of An American Teacher

By D.J. Wright

Autobiography of An American Teacher by D.J. Wright is a book that asks a hard question about American education, a powerful reflection from an education expert: What is it that makes American education ineffective? The author of this book doesn’t waste time in answering the...

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Confessions of a Good Kid

By William Fogg

Confessions of a Good Kid by William Fogg is a hilarious adventure of a carefree, delightful childhood and the thrills of early youth. It is an autobiography that takes readers on a rollicking ride with the author through his mischief and adventures in the company...

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Never A $7 Wh*re

A Bootstrap Success Story About Determination in the Face of Overwhelming Odds (The $7 Series Book 1)
By Toni Crowe

Never A $7 Wh*re: My Journey from a Lady of The Night to the Lady of the Boardroom is a nonfiction memoir written by Toni Crowe. When she was eighteen years old, Toni left her home and family in Chicago to move to Cleveland with...

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Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes

By Artie Kane, Marian Blue, JoAnn Kane

Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes is a nonfiction memoir as told by Artie Kane to Marian Blue and JoAnn Kane. Artie Kane was a musical prodigy who began taking piano lessons when he was three and a half years old....

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War Nightmares

By Michael Montero

War Nightmares by Michael Montero is a memoir set in Madrid, Spain, in the midst of the bloody Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1939. A seven-year-old boy is thrust into the struggle between the right-wing Nationals and the ruling left-wing Republican government that...

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Memoir of a Schizophrenic

Mental Health
By Karl Lorenz Willett

Memoir of a Schizophrenic by Karl Lorenz Willett is a compelling read with a strong appeal for fans of memoirs that explore the minds of those with mental illnesses. In this memoir, the author takes readers on a journey through schizophrenia. Written for his family,...

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