Non-Fiction - Autobiography

Greekscapes

Illustrated Journeys with an Artist
By Pamela Jane Rogers

Greekscapes: Illustrated Journeys With an Artist is a nonfiction travel memoir written by Pamela Jane Rogers. Pamela was always an artist. Her mother enjoyed telling the story about how her infant daughter had created her first work of art drawing with her mother’s lipstick...

Surviving Remnant

Memories of the Jewish Greenhorns in 1950s America
By Hanna Perlstein Marcus

There have been many stories about the horrors of the Holocaust before and during the Second World War, but Surviving Remnant by Hanna Perlstein Marcus is one of the few that tells us what happened to those who survived. I learned so much from this...

Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood

The Memoir of A Boy on His Dangerous Journey
By Robert McNally

Sister Superior’s Thumb, the Pope’s Ring and the End of Childhood by Robert McNally begins in 1946 when Robert is 14 years old. This is the second book of a trilogy by McNally that he calls The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey....

The Repatriate

Love, Basketball, and the KGB
By Tom Mooradian

The Repatriate: Love, Basketball, and the KGB by Tom Mooradian is an autobiography that brilliantly captures what it felt like to live behind the Iron Curtain. Set in 1947 - 1960, this autobiography follows the life of Tom Mooradian, a seventeen-year-old boy, a basketball prodigy,...

Confessions of a Mad Inventor

Surviving Failed Inventions
By Robert E Gross

Confessions of a Mad Inventor by Robert Gross is appropriately subtitled Surviving Failed Inventions. If Tom Sawyer had grown up to be an aerospace engineer, this is the kind of story he would have written. The marvelous inventiveness of "Little Robert's" youth is only surpassed...

Being Green

A Colorful Journey
By Howard Green

Being Green: A Colorful Journey by Howard Green is a captivating autobiography that takes the reader on a journey through a dysfunctional family, insecurities, and sexual exploration to inner freedom. Howard’s story begins with a very tragic statement: “I never knew my mother as a...

Life with My Idiot Family

A True Story of Survival, Courage, and Justice over Childhood Sexual Abuse
By Kathy and Gary Picard

Life with My Idiot Family: A True Story of Survival, Courage, and Justice over Childhood Sexual Abuse by Kathy and Gary Picard is a memoir about Kathy’s childhood years and the impact it had on her life. Kathy describes her childhood and upbringing in some...

My Father's Daughter

From Rome to Sicily
By Gilda Morina Syverson

Twice during the 1980s, Gilda Morina Syverson traveled to Italy in search of her parents’ roots. In October 2000, Gilda’s parents and husband, Stu, accompanied her. The journal that the author religiously kept now gives her readers the trip of a lifetime in My...

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Ask God

My 30-Day Experiment with Prayer and Its Potential to Answer Yours
By Kyle L.B. Morey

Ask God by Kyle L.B. Morey includes a writing per day over a 30-day period that this reader found to be enlightening and most helpful on how to grow in devotion to our Creator and make the most of life “while we are here visiting...

China Untold

American Dream vs. Communism
By R. Royale

China Untold: American Dream vs. Communism by R. Royale is an autobiographical book that describes R. Royale’s life and experiences as an African American man in China. China Untold gives a unique perspective on working and living in China and the story starts off with...