Good Life to Perfection Perception

An Autobiography
By Karl Lorenz Willett

In Good Life to Perfection Perception by Karl Lorenz Willett, following on from his first book, The Memoir of a Schizophrenic, the author takes up his life from the age of 34 to the present day. In this second autobiography, we are invited into the...

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Ghost - Where Truth and Fiction Collide

By Michael Marra

Ghost – Where Truth and Fiction Collide by Michael Marra is, without doubt, the most challenging book I have ever read. Presented as a thriller it would be compelling, but with the comforting thought at the back of your mind that “it’s fiction”. Stark, brutal...

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As Happy As I Can Stand

The Third Edition of Hatching Charlie
By Charles C McCormack

As Happy As I Can Stand: The Third Edition of Hatching Charlie by Charles C McCormack is a beautifully written book with strong psychological themes. In this autobiographical narrative, the author looks back at his life, at a family that suffered its own kind of...

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Unpredictable

The walk in and out of darkness
By Honey Kasper

Unpredictable: The walk in and out of darkness by Honey Casper is a heartrending account of the author's personal story of trauma, adversity, perseverance, courage, and strength, and how she got back her missing years and built a life surrounded by people with a positive...

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Sitting In The Blood of Generational Consequences
By Cousia Towns

Exposed: Sitting in the Blood of Generational Consequences by Cousia Towns is a memoir of one woman’s journey through sexual abuse and rape, going through the pain of her mother’s murder, and abandonment. Cousia was raped by her father as a little girl and she...

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Out of the Fog

A Hungarian Baptist's Personal Memoir of Immigration, Conversion, and Success in America
By Edwin Lucas Kautz

Out of the Fog: A Hungarian Baptist's Personal Memoir of Immigration, Conversion, and Success in America is a work of non-fiction written in an autobiographical style, and was penned by author Edwin Lucas Kautz. Following the fascinating life story and cultural adjustments of the work’s...

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Spiritual Yoga

How to transcend our human consciousness to Universal consciousness
By Paul Ardennes

Spiritual Yoga: How to transcend our human consciousness to Universal consciousness is a work of non-fiction on the themes of spiritual guidance and autobiographical experience, and it was penned by author Paul Ardennes. This concise but interesting account of a personal journey into exploring the...

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My Story Isn't Over

By Natasha Simon

My Story Isn't Over by Natasha Simon is her autobiography as she recounts her mental illnesses and moves in her life, conquering one thing at a time. Divided into 2 parts, the author shares her stories, her worries and her successes in small chapters that...

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Don't Expect Me To Cry

Refusing to let Childhood Sexual Abuse Steal my Life
By Janet Bentley

Janet Bentley has written Don’t Expect Me To Cry: Refusing to let Childhood Abuse steal my life in three parts. The first is the title section, the second, Don’t Expect Me To Lie, and the third, Don’t Expect Me To Die. It is not an...

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The Fencers

A Cold War Escape Memoir
By Geza Tatrallyay

As a writer and reader of thrillers, memoirs are not usually my thing. And these days when I see an article about sport, my eyes glaze over. It is a long time since I played any kind of sport myself and, well, these days sportsmen...

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