Who Am I? My Story and Philosophies

The Autobiography of a Somebody or Nobody or Anybody?
By Rolf Harms

As a fifteen-year-old boy in Germany, Rolf Harms decided to leave school and travel the world by sea to satisfy his burning desire to visit foreign lands and support his single mother financially. He went on to fulfill his dream of traveling to many different...

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Spirit of Prophecy

By Deborah Morley

Deborah Morley had a great affinity with Jesus since she was a child. She accepted him from the first time she saw him, during an inspirational experience. She also saw him in dreams and visions. As the years passed, her visions acquired more meaning. Deborah...

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A Judge’s Odyssey

From Vermont to Russia, Kazakhstan and Georgia, to War Crimes and Organ Trafficking in Kosovo
By Dean B. Pineles

A Judge’s Odyssey: From Vermont to Russia, Kazakhstan and Georgia, to War Crimes and Organ Trafficking in Kosovo by Judge Dean B. Pineles is a compelling and enthralling autobiography that richly captures Pineles’ journey and experiences while serving in the American judicial system and some...

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Kissing Frogs and Other Short Stories

By Theodosia Greene

Theodosia Greene kissed a “frawg” in the Caribbean. The author of Kissing Frogs and Other Short Stories drew inspiration for her book from this memory and other international experiences. Her collection of memories from England, France, Fiji, and other countries is interspersed with highly original...

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College in the 80s

One Syracuse Story
By Dave Rotell

If you have studied at almost any university, Dave Rotell’s memoir, College in the 80s: One Syracuse Story – which encompasses the typical characteristics of drinking, partying, drugs, financial distress, and making lifelong friends – is likely to sound quite familiar and relatable. However, the...

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I Walked In Santa's Boots

Lowcountry Christmas Memories
By Jack Gannon

“What would YOU like for Christmas, Santa?” Christmas is a magical time of year, made more magical by the legends of that jolly old character from the North Pole. To many, Santa Claus may be considered a myth, a childhood story, a story to share...

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The Girl Who Loved Elton John and the Little Boy on the Moon

By Tina Jenkins

In The Girl Who Loved Elton John and the Little Boy on the Moon, Tina Jenkins has written a most wonderful book through the eyes of the person whose life it is. Writing a book like this takes the art of understanding and insight to...

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Nate Branch

Playing My Way Through Life
By Nate Branch, with Barry Kienzle

Nate Branch: Playing My Way Through Life is an autobiography by former Harlem Globetrotter Nate Branch with Barry Kienzle. Branch played for the iconic exhibition basketball team for fifteen years, from 1967 when he was recruited after he left college, to 1983 when he was...

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A Sky of Infinite Blue

A Japanese Immigrant's Search for Home and Self
By Kyomi O'Connor

A Sky of Infinite Blue: A Japanese Immigrant’s Search for Home and Self is a work of non-fiction in the autobiography subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Kyomi O’Connor. The book follows the author's journey relocating from...

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Threads of Awakening

An American Woman's Journey into Tibet's Sacred Textile Art
By Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo

Thangkas are a rare form of fabric wall hanging depicting sacred figures of Tibetan Buddhism. Using a little-known technique called Tibetan applique, these detailed images are created by sewing together pieces of colorful silk. Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo is one of few Westerners who has mastered this...

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