Run of the Leopard Dogs

How I Escaped Terror, Insanity, Suicide, and a Deranged South Texas Tyrant
By R. H. Edgington

Run of the Leopard Dogs: How I Escaped Terror, Insanity, Suicide, and a Deranged South Texas Tyrant is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, autobiography, and slice-of-life subgenres. It is suitable for the mature adult reading audience due to some upsetting content concerning death,...

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Get Outta My Way

By Charlotte Schiff-Booker

Get Outta My Way is a work of non-fiction in the autobiographical writing, sociocultural issues, and inspirational writing subgenres. Penned by author Charlotte Schiff-Booker, It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. This inspiring memoir showcases the incredible journey of a remarkable woman....

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Six Days in Detox

By Dianne Corbeau

Dianne Corbeau had a rough childhood. At the age of 8, she ran away from her abusive home and started living on the streets of New York. She got entangled with alcohol and drugs and soon became an addict. Having been inspired by a respected...

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Happiness and Survival

By Bob Gebelein

We have been conditioned emotionally and intellectually from childhood to believe everything based on other people's authority. Whether you are knowledgeable or not, it is up to you to decide what you want to believe. It is our duty to use our life experiences, logic,...

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Infectious Injustice

The True Story of Survival and Loss against Corruption, the COVID-19 Disaster inside of San Quentin, and the Dumpster Fire that is Known as Mass Incarceration
By Justin Cook

Infectious Injustice is an autobiography that details ‘The True Story of Survival and Loss against Corruption, the COVID-19 Disaster inside of San Quentin, and the Dumpster Fire that is Known as Mass Incarceration’. It is best suited to mature readers owing to explicit content and...

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Invisible Tears

By Iram Gilani

In Invisible Tears, an autobiography by Iram Gilani, the author’s early childhood shifted with her mother’s grief over the son she lost. She was sent to live with a family that couldn’t have children of their own while her mother was carrying another child. This...

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The Bus Leaves in an Hour ... Be Under It!

By Marlon Belafonte

Marlon Belafonte shares riveting stories from his life that highlight his many work achievements, sports activities, and challenging relationships in The Bus Leaves in an Hour ... Be Under It! Marlon started working at the young age of six and followed various career paths, including...

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Life Without My Family – Lone Survivor of Eleven Children

Overcoming Grief with Faith
By Sophie Scenic-Daniels

Sophie Scenic-Daniels was born in Mukwela, a small suburban town in Zambia. She has experienced deep personal losses throughout her life. Despite losing many family members, Sophie is still grateful to God. She firmly believes that God helped her in her journey of overcoming grief...

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Brutally Funny

A Dark Collection of Dysfunctional Family Stories
By Lynda West

Brutally Funny: A Dark Collection of Dysfunctional Family Stories by Lynda West is a clever, witty, and at times bittersweet anthology of short stories focused on her highly dysfunctional family. The Lloyd family was, to all outward appearances, the quintessential middle-class family, but just below...

Where Cowards Go to Die

By Benjamin Sledge

Benjamin Sledge, a seasoned combat veteran who served a portion of his time under the Special Operations Command, departs for Afghanistan shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11. Throughout this memoir, he vividly captures the reality of the men and women who learn to...

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