Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream

By Dr. Frank L. Douglas

Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream by Dr. Frank L. Douglas is the autobiography of its author's extraordinary life. Douglas' memoir begins with the introduction of his turbulent and abusive upbringing in a home where he always felt an outsider in...

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A Rumor of Roses

Planting Seeds of God's Extravagant Love
By Sally Klein O'Connor

A Rumor of Roses: Planting Seeds of God's Extravagant Love by Sally Klein O'Connor is a Christian autobiography outlining the time she has spent in parts of the world that are well known as places associated with genocide and systemic mass murder. O'Connor, an evangelical...

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A Word from Brother Jeanne

By Jeanne Davis

A Word from Brother Jeanne is a work of non-fiction that focuses on the Christian faith and offers counsel and advice, penned by author Jeanne Davis. As the title suggests, the author delivers a collection of thoughts and ideas based on a series of autobiographical...

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Choosing Life

My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima
By Leslie A. Sussan

Choosing Life: My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima by Leslie A. Sussan is a memoir and biography about the author's father, Herbert Sussan, who was tasked in 1946 by the US military to film the horrible after-effects of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki...

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Never Turn Your Back on the Tide

(Or, How I Married a Lying, Psychopathic Wannabe-Murderer and Kinda Lived to Tell)
By Kergan Edwards-Stout

French author Guy Blaise states that: “The most tolerant people that I know, both in America and in France, are gay...people in same-sex relationships care more for each other at a level that would embarrass heterosexuals.” No books I’ve read give more credibility to those...

Farm Boy, City Girl

From Gene to Miss Gina
By John "Gene" E. Dawson

Farm Boy, City Girl: From Gene to Miss Gina is a work of non-fiction written in the form of a memoir by author John "Gene" E. Dawson. A memoir penned in three distinct stages of life, this is an incredible life story which will be...

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Mezzo-Soprano

Memoirs of a Rez Girl
By Rhonda Head

Mezzo-Soprano: Memoirs of a Rez Girl by Rhonda Head is the author's autobiography, a compact work that details her life growing up as a First Nation person of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. Head starts with her earliest memories of a youth spent largely outdoors with...

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The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain

The Batizy Story
By Levente Batizy

The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain: The Batizy Story by Levente Batizy is the story of the Batizy family as they traveled from Hungary to America, chasing the American Dream. Once part of European nobility, the Batizy family lost it all when communism took...

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Breakin Cycles

The Power of my Testimony
By Tony V Bunion, Jr.

Tony V Bunion, Jr.’s inspiring memoir, Breakin Cycles: The Power of my Testimony, offers insight on how to break destructive generational patterns through faith in Jesus Christ. Bunion grew up in Havana, Florida. His father spent many years in prison which left Bunion with no...

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XI: A Collection of Poetry on Being Human

By Andrew Zaragoza

XI: A Collection of Poetry on Being Human by Andrew Zaragoza will inspire you to find meaning in your own life. This poet draws from his real-life experiences of confusion, adversity, imagination, family, friendship, dating, determination, art, music, and much more, to help his readers....

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