The Long Way Around

By Leon Mecham

Leon Mecham's The Long Way Around is a riveting memoir filled with exciting sports exploits, tumultuous family relationships, and troubling religious experiences. Though Leon was raised in a religious Mormon home, he found his parents' behavior questionable. He had to struggle with surviving his mother's...

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The Unknown Face

A memoir of marriage, mental illness, and the search for why
By Gregory Duncan

The Unknown Face is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, grief, and psychological writing subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience as it contains discussions of suicide. Penned by author Gregory Duncan, this true-life account follows a marriage that unravels...

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Things I Never Told My Father

Growing Up Gay as a Preacher's Son
By Jeffrey L. Carrier

Things I Never Told My Father: Growing Up Gay as a Preacher's Son is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice-of-life, and LGBTQ+ genres. It is best suited to the mature adult reading audience owing to references to sex and sensitive subject matter including...

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The Missionary Kid…Talks

By Ted Garrison

The Missionary Kid…Talks by Ted Garrison is the story of the author who grew up as a missionary kid, mostly in India. His father tried to kill his mother before he was even born, and he was brought up in a very dysfunctional family that...

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The Mango Chronicle

By Ricardo Jose Gonzalez-Rothi

The Mango Chronicle is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice-of-life, and cultural writing subgenres. The work is suitable for adult readers and contains some descriptions of violence. Penned by author Ricardo Jose Gonzalez-Rothi, this intriguing true narrative follows a preadolescent boy navigating Castro's...

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The Wedding March

A True Story
By Rob Smat

Rob Smat's The Wedding March spins a captivating tale about the devastating effect of the 2020 pandemic on the wedding industry and small businesses in the US. It presents a group of people who work toward making changes to the crippling rules of the lockdown...

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The Killing Closet

By V.L. Brunskill

The Killing Closet is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, family life, and inspirational writing subgenres. It is best suited to mature adult readers owing to extensive discussions of domestic violence and child abuse. Penned by author V.L. Brunskill, this poignant memoir recounts the...

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True Stories of the Philosophical Theater

By S. Yerucham

True Stories of the Philosophical Theater by S. Yerucham chronicles one man’s quest for meaning in a world seemingly defined by contradiction. Yerucham’s sweeping narrative conveys readers across the globe, from Indiana to India, Israel, Thailand (to name a few), and, ultimately, to post-hippie San...

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The Pianist's Only Daughter

A Memoir
By Kathryn Betts Adams

The Pianist's Only Daughter by Kathryn Betts Adams is a memoir that chronicles the author's life and, most poignantly, her role as a caregiver to both her ailing parents. Adams describes an upbringing in the 1960s and 1970s that teeters between her parents' talents and...

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The Murder of Angela Mischelle Lawless

An Honest Sheriff and the Exoneration of an Innocent Man
By Stephen R. Snodgrass, Joshua C. Kezer

The Murder of Angela Mischelle Lawless by Stephen R. Snodgrass is the story of An Honest Sheriff and the Exoneration of an Innocent Man. In 1992, 19-year-old Mischelle Lawless was found dead in her car in a small town in Missouri. Despite having an ironclad...

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