Stand For Something or Stand For Nothing

By Ebony Jones-Kuye

Stand For Something or Stand For Nothing is a nonfiction autobiographical work written by Ebony Jones-Kuye. The author’s earliest memories of her family were of a cozy and connected threesome. There was her mother, a successful hairstylist with her own business, her half-brother, Chucky, and...

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Story About Rene

By Mr Brian Rienzie Wicklin

Story About Rene by Brian Rienzie Wicklin begins with a peep into the early history of his mother Rene’s ancestry, her childhood, schooling, death of her father, and her marriage to Basil Oscar. The way that marriage collapsed, the trials she had to face, the...

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Sexy Serenity

A Memoir
By Miranda K. Simon

A mother will do whatever it takes to provide the very best for her child or children, even when it might go beyond those things which she has always believed she could never bring herself to do. Miranda K. Simon shows how she did just...

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Shot Down

The True Story of Pilot Howard Snyder and the Crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth
By Steve Snyder

Shot Down: The True Story of Pilot Howard Snyder and the Crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth is a military history book written by Steve Snyder, Howard's son. The author played at being soldiers as a boy, but did not really understand the role his...

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Sleetmute

A True Story of Alaska
By Stan Resnicoff

Sleetmute: A True Story of Alaska is a non-fiction memoir written by Stan Resnicoff. In 1968, the author was 24 years old and had just graduated from college. He decided that several years in Hawaii as a VISTA worker would be an appealing alternative to...

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Selena You're Beautiful!

You Can Live Again
By Stanley G Buford

Selena, You’re Beautiful! is a short story focused on the issue of incest. Selena and her current boyfriend Trent went out for dinner one night. Trent realized that Selena was being rather distant with him and wasn’t letting him get close to her emotionally. She...

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Scrag

Up The Hill Backwards
By Jesamine James

Scrag - Up The Hill Backwards by Jesamine James is a haunting and compelling story of child abuse. Six-year-old Marie's life is changed suddenly because of a real life monster. From being a child and enjoying what children of her age group do, she finds...

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Suburban Slums

The Secret Life of One Woman
By Billy Joe (Jean Miller)

"Suburban Slums: The Secret Life of One Woman" is a biography written about the life of Billy Joe, a white woman, about her descent into a world of drugs, crime, violence, and street life in Detroit in the early sixties to early eighties. Billy Joe...

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Shattered Paradise

Memoirs of a Nicaraguan War Child
By Ileana Araguti

"Shattered Paradise: Memoirs of a Nicaraguan War Child" is Ileana Araguti's life story. As a child, she grows up in an isolated farm house near a mystical city dubbed as the City of Mist. Her grandfather Abuelo Lalo tells her stories that ground her to...

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Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History

Starring More Great Character Actors of Hollywood's Golden Age
By Manny Pacheco

As its title suggests, Manny Pacheco’s “Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History” is a treasure trove second volume of little-known facts about the tireless and ubiquitous cast of character actors who helped establish the Hollywood film industry. Readers may not know these actors’ names but...

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