Breaking Free

Good To Go
By Jeffrey Vonk

In Breaking Free (Good to Go), Jeffrey Vonk travels to feel free and alive. He doesn’t believe in tourist traps and resorts, and it doesn’t matter if he’s alone in a desert, visiting a stranger’s home, or raising dust with a motorcycle, he is free...

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I'll Have The Liver, Please!

A Love Story
By Bradley D. Ross

I’ll Have The Liver, Please! is a funny and adventurous story about Bradley Ross, who has an unending need to try every exotic and traditional dish found in various countries. The problem? His companion on these incredible travels, his plain chicken-breast loving wife, who is...

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Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, a memoir by Anna Casamento Arrigo, features memories and ruminations of her father who died when she was only twelve. But her recollections run deep and reveal not only her dad’s rugged Italian persona but those of close family members...

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Two Weeks in Eternal Egypt

By Norman Weeks

Two Weeks In Eternal Egypt by Norman Weeks takes readers on a fascinating trip across Egypt to experience the sights, sounds, and history of a country that offers a lot to tourists. Starting from Cairo, the journey takes them to the Pyramids and the Sphinx,...

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Our Immigrants' Son

By John Francis Patrick Murphy

Our Immigrants' Son by John Francis Patrick Murphy is an inspiring work of historical non-fiction. With details and records, he traces his family heritage from 1845 with his parents, then down through history. But this isn't a fictionalized genealogy alone. It's a woven fabric of...

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The Human Snare

By Rick Wood

The Human Snare is a non-fiction wildlife conservation book written and with art by Rick Wood. Wood is a wildlife photographer and journalist. He’s also filmed documentaries in his efforts to bring the plight of marine mammals and turtles to the public’s attention. When Cecil...

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An Intense Calm

Maldives Eco Surfing Chronicle
By Thirumoolar Devar

An Intense Calm: Maldives Eco Surfing Chronicle by Thirumoolar Devar follows Devar’s adventures through the magical archipelago. Twenty years earlier Devar had an epiphany that inspired his travels. At twenty-nine, he decided to make decisions that would lead him to achieve his dreams. After countries...

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Growing Up in Africa

A Destiny Fulfilled - A True Story of Courage, Optimism and Determination in the face of Adversities
By Dr. Benjamin Ogbonna

Growing Up in Africa: A Destiny Fulfilled by Dr. Benjamin Ogbonna is a moving memoir of a man who overcame the odds to become the doctor he dreamed he would be one day. A Nigerian raised by strict missionary parents in the 1950s, he faced...

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Longhorns, Silver and Liquid Gold

The Irvin Family's Pioneer Ranching, Mining and Wildcatting in Texas and New Mexico
By Tom Scanlan

Longhorns, Silver and Liquid Gold by Tom Scanlan is a well-researched biography of the author's family history. By tracing the maternal side of his ancestry, Tom Scanlan presents a colorful and interesting story of a young rancher and his family going as far back as...

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Sashiko for Beginners

An Inspirational Guide to Japanese Quilting (Creative Art for Beginners Book 4)
By Freya Gates

Sashiko for Beginners: An Inspirational Guide to Japanese Quilting by Freya Gates is about Sashiko, a form of decorative running stitch technique that is now being used in making quilts, purses, handbags, or small pillows. This decorative reinforcement stitching or functional embroidery from Japan started...

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