A Good Day to Die

What 276 executions taught a death row chaplain about life
By Carina Bergfeldt

A Good Day to Die is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, spirituality, and slice-of-life genres. It is best suited to adult readers owing to themes surrounding death, religion, and the afterlife. Author Carina Bergfeldt chronicles the incredible life experiences of chaplain Jim Brazzil,...

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An Apparently Normal Person

From Medical Mystery to Dissociative Superpower
By Bonnie R Armstrong

In An Apparently Normal Person by Bonnie R Armstrong, a bout of weakness and exhaustion made her feel ill. Worried and afraid of what might be causing the problem, she went to a doctor who did nothing to help her. More than a year later,...

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And She Was Never the Same Again

A Multigenerational Memoir
By Natasha Pryde Trujillo, Ph.D.

And She Was Never the Same Again: A Multigenerational Memoir is a work of non-fiction in the grief, self-help, and memoir subgenres. Penned by author Natasha Pryde Trujillo, Ph.D., this intriguing work delves into the profound impacts of loss across generations, cultures, and identities. Through...

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Angel Finally Found His Wings

A True Story of Finding Trust, Hope, Faith, and the Power of Love
By Ronald Hunter

Ronald Hunter’s autobiography titled Angel Finally Found His Wings tells how he grew up in an extremely dysfunctional family. His mother suffered from a severe mental health problem. His elder brother had PSTD after returning from Vietnam and various other siblings, while trying to help,...

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A Sterling Life

John Danz, Seattle Theatre Pioneer and a Grandson's Journey of Discovery
By Mark Hester

A Sterling Life by Mark Hester is the biography of John Danz, a keen American entrepreneur born in Czarist Russia in 1877. John's birth name was Israel Danowsky. His Jewish parents, Leib and Jenni Danowsky, with their two sons, Israel and Chaim, left Russia, escaping...

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A Hard Silence

One daughter remaps family, grief, and faith when HIV/AIDS changes it all
By Melanie Brooks

A Hard Silence is a profoundly moving, personal, and informative account of the challenges of dealing with AIDS from a daughter's perspective. In 1985, Melanie Brooks's life was deeply affected by tragedy when her father contracted HIV from a blood transfusion during open-heart surgery. This...

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A Normal Boy

Living in an Asylum
By Jan Keating

A Normal Boy: Living in an Asylum by Jan Keating is a gripping story that follows the painful journey of a young boy forced to live in an asylum because the man his mother marries doesn't want him. The setting is in Weyburn, Saskatchewan during...

Avoiding Muddy Foxholes

A Story of an American Bombardier
By Jim Loveless

Avoiding Muddy Foxholes by Jim Loveless is an inspiring, against-all-odds story about a bombardier who escaped death narrowly in different situations while fighting for the US in World War II. Dick, Jim's father, was in the early stages of his relationship with beautiful Mary when...

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A Smoke and a Song

A Memoir
By Sherry Sidoti

A Smoke and a Song is a powerful memoir by Sherry Sidoti, who shares her life from childhood to old age. Along the way, we meet her mother, her sisters, and the men she loves. Her childhood was painful with a single mother who...

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A Century+ of Living

The Autobiography of Cora Jones “Boot” McLeod
By Dr. Beverly “Eagle” Rogers

A Century+ of Living: The Autobiography of Cora Jones “Boot” McLeod by Dr. Beverly “Eagle” Rogers presents a biographical narrative of McLeod's rural upbringing in Wake County, North Carolina, highlighting her strong family bonds, church, and agricultural life. Her idyllic childhood is shattered by...

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