My Search for Jazzbo Jones

By Ethan Hirsh

My Search for Jazzbo Jones is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice-of-life, and inspirational writing genres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Ethan Hirsh, the narrative delves into the author's quest to uncover the mystery surrounding...

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My Father's Suitcase

A story of family secrets, abuse, betrayal - and breaking free
By Mary Garden

My Father's Suitcase falls into the autobiography, family drama, and inspirational writing genres. It is best suited to adult readers and contains a discussion of abuse as well as other adult content and language. Penned by author Mary Garden, this gripping memoir delves into the...

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Monsters on the Loose

The True Story of Three Unsolved Murders in Prohibition Era San Diego
By Richard L. Carrico

Monsters on the Loose by Richard L. Carrico unravels the haunting mysteries behind three unsolved murders that gripped Prohibition Era San Diego in 1931. Beyond the sun-kissed beaches and seemingly tranquil neighborhoods lies a chilling narrative of terror and vulnerability. Carrico meticulously recounts the tragic...

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Manic-Depressive Pixie Dream Girl

By Katya Zinn

Katya Zinn's Manic-Depressive Pixie Dream Girl demonstrates her views on love, mental illness, and social constructs. As a gifted person, Zinn displays a unique self-awareness as she discusses the pitfalls of romanticizing mental illness. The author presents poetry, a mostly redacted story, a retelling of...

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My Incarcerated Life

The Intimate Details of a Prison Wife
By Qiana Riley-Jones

My Incarcerated Life by Qiana Riley-Jones is her autobiography as a prison wife. Raised in an environment with rising drug use and violence, she came across a drug dealer called Vandrick. There, their relationship started off with flings to fill their time and desire for...

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Morlocks in the Basement

By Carolyn Colburn

Morlocks in the Basement is a memoir by Carolyn Colburn. Funny and bordering on the ridiculous, this unique autobiography unravels with a couple trying to counter the flow of bad juju by getting a kitten from the local shelter. One can immediately discern this is...

Murder in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963

What Really Happened
By George Schwimmer PhD

“For me, JFK’s death now existed in another life. Or so I thought,” writes George Schwimmer in the preface to Murder in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963: What Really Happened. Schwimmer originally believed the version trotted out by the government and mainstream media, whereby Lee Harvey...

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More After the Break

A Reporter Returns to Ten Unforgettable News Stories
By Jen Maxfield

What happens to the families, the photographer, and the newscaster after the camera stops rolling or the story is no longer news? Get inspired, be motivated, and hear the behind-the-scenes accounts as news reporter Jen Maxfield shares several stories that have personally touched her in...

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Milk and Honey Land

A Story of Grief, Grace, and Goats
By J. M. Huxley

Milk and Honey Land: A Story of Grief, Grace, and Goats by J. M. Huxley is a story of faith, loss, hardships, and finding hope once again. Divided into four parts, the story follows the journey of Janet Huxley, the author, as she retells her...

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Moving Parts

A Memoir
By Jason Hill

Moving Parts: A Memoir is a nonfiction work in the autobiographical, motivational, and memoir subgenres. Written by author Jason Hill, the work conveys the author’s life as he authentically speaks on the black male experience in today’s world. From his shy beginnings in Chicago, we...

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