Non-Fiction - Grief/Hardship

Weedmonkey

Mama, Mother, Whore
By Lisa V. Proulx

Weedmonkey by Lisa V. Proulx is a moving memoir which tells the story of how a little girl called Virgie was brought into the world amidst the remnants of what was the old south, amongst wealth, judgement, poverty, and injustice. Virgie’s mother is considered a...

"Yes, and..."

A Journey of Hope Through Tragedy
By Matthew Croke

"Yes, and…": A Journey of Hope Through Tragedy is a moving memoir written by Matthew Croke. The context of the story is incredibly tragic, as Matthew, a loving husband, experiences the devastation of his pregnant wife (only 8 weeks pregnant at the time) and mother-in-law...

An Incomplete Story of a Whole Person

By Sunny Love

Sunny Love is not your average author of self-help, motivational, and inspirational books. Immediately clear upon opening her book, An Incomplete Story Of A Whole Person, I could tell that here was a real person to connect with and understand. She had written this book...

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Motherhood

Lost and Found
By Ann Campanella

Motherhood: Lost and Found by Ann Campanella is an autobiography tracing the story of her life after she married, through several miscarriages, the family dynamics of her parents aging, most specifically her mother’s slow and painful decline with Alzheimer's disease. Her love of horses...

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Hurry Up Nurse

Memoirs of Nurse Training in the 1970's
By Dawn Brookes

Hurry Up Nurse: Memoirs of Nurse Training in the 1970's is a non-fiction memoir written by Dawn Brookes. Brookes has worked with the National Health Service for thirty-nine years, receiving training and certification as both a State Enrolled Nurse and a Registered General Nurse. The...

A Century of Secrets

By Teresa Syms

A Century of Secrets by Teresa Syms is a gripping story of a family, covering its history over a century and the main players that have given it the visage it has. Readers are introduced to a character who has been through a lot of...

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Heart Medicine

A True Love Story - One Couple's Quest for the Sacred Iboga Medicine & the Cure for Addiction
By E. Bast

Heart Medicine by E. Bast is a powerful memoir that explores love, addiction, and healing. The heart of the message of this book is captured in the sub-title: A True Love Story - One Couple's Quest for the Sacred Iboga Medicine & the Cure for...

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Mending the Shattered Mirror

A Journey of Recovery from Abuse in Therapy
By Analie Shepherd

Wow! Just, wow! That's exactly what I thought when I finished reading Mending the Shattered Mirror: A Journey of Recovery from Abuse in Therapy. This intriguing and horrifying true story of the abuse that author Analie Shepherd went through at the hands of her therapist...

Through the Eyes of Denial

By Richard Aberg,Robert Aberg

In Through the Eyes of Denial, twin brothers Richard and Robert Aberg relive the painful memories of abuse, pretense, and denial endured during their childhood and teenage years while they survived in a family controlled by intimidation, torture, stalking, and abuse. With amazing candor and...

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Phenomena : The Lost and Forgotten Childrenrenren

My Name is Malcolm
By Susan Tarr

Phenomena - The Lost and Forgotten Children by Susan Tarr tells the story of Malcolm who, through a series of circumstances, is placed in the care of the mental health services in New Zealand. From an early age, he lives in an institute for the...

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