Dealing with Dementia, Revised

Our Vanishing Mother
By Kent Courtney

Dealing with Dementia, Revised: Our Vanishing Mother by Kent Courtney is a gripping memoir that follows the journey of a courageous woman through dementia. Meet Lovene, a strong woman who grew up in Missouri on a farm and who left for California and ended up...

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Broken Spirit

Let It Go So You Can Grow
By Maryam Bey

In 2006, Maryam Bey, a Senior Counsellor in the prison system, experienced a huge awakening that would change the futures of many black and Hispanic inmates. Her view that they were being sentenced to a vicious circle of imprisonment because of their lack of education...

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Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength

One coach's story of learning and trusting God ....Always
By Bruce Pielstick

Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength by Bruce Pielstick is an uplifting biography that will reiterate the presence of God in everybody's lives. The author's love of Scripture and the many passages shared from it show how God's Word can be applied in any situation, good...

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Living Among the Dead

My Grandmother's Holocaust Survival Story of Love and Strength
By Adena Bernstein Astrowsky

Living Among the Dead: My Grandmother’s Holocaust Survival Story of Love and Strength is written by Adena Bernstein Astrowsky. Mania Lichtenstein, affectionately known as Bubbie, was a Polish Holocaust survivor. Mania/Bubbie was a young Polish Jew when WW2 began. She and her family...

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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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Uncovering Roots

The Rheas of Augusta, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia
By Lillian Frazer

Uncovering Roots: The Rheas of Augusta, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia is a genealogical history of the Rhea family. The author, Lillian “Sissy Crone” Frazer, traces the family as far back as the 1680s to Scotland. There, the facts give way to supposition. Rhea family...

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From Innocence to Evil

What Drove Hitler and Stalin
By Csaba Hegyvary

In From Innocence to Evil, author Csaba Hegyvary demonstrates that long before the Second World War and the rise of the Third Reich and Hitler, Josef Stalin had already massacred millions of his own people. Hitler also killed and tortured millions with callous indifference in...

Life Is A Beautiful Journey

15 Ways To Create A Life Full Of Joy and Gratitude
By Janine Hernandez

There is always something new to learn from others to improve your quality of life. To help you in living your best life it's important to either get a mentor or life coach but until you do, take Life Is A Beautiful Journey: 15 Ways...

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Innovation on Tap

Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway's Hamilton
By Eric B. Schultz

One of the most interesting history books on entrepreneurs that I have read is Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s Hamilton by Eric B. Schultz. The stories on each entrepreneur are well crafted and relevant, always emphasizing the impact...

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Dear Hubby of Mine

Home Front Wives in War II
By Diane Phelps Budden

When we think of World War II what most often comes to mind are vicious battles, concentration camps, bombs raining down from the sky, Pearl Harbor and the like. Rarely do we give more than a passing thought to the more mundane aspects of wartime...

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