Blindsided

Essays from the Only Black Woman in the Room
By Dawn Downey

Reading a little like a biography of many but a memoir of one, Blindsided is a powerful collection of essays reflecting on past events and their emotional, psychological, and intellectual impact on author Dawn Downey. But, after the striking opening chapter, readers will quickly see...

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Broken Open

A Mother's Journey to Survive Her Children's Addiction and Mental Illness
By Maureen Towns

Broken Open: A Mother's Journey to Survive Her Children's Addiction and Mental Illness by Maureen Towns is the heartrending story of the author who shares her journey and lessons she learned taking care of three of her four children that had mental health issues or...

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Be F*#%ing Amazing!

70 Healing Insights to Live Your Full Life
By Deborah Lucero

Be F*#%ing Amazing! 70 Healing Insights to Live Your Full Life by Deborah Lucero invites readers to take control of their overall health — mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual — and to create the happiness and success they have always wanted. In a no-nonsense style...

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Basements & Blossoms

A Few Recollections of the Ugliness That Made My Life Beautiful
By Lana Reid

Basements & Blossoms: A Few Recollections of the Ugliness That Made My Life Beautiful by Lana Reid is a memoir and self-help guide both rolled into one amazing book. The author takes the reader on a journey in which she shares her life story with...

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But I Didn't Say Goodbye

Helping Families After a Suicide
By Barbara Rubel

But I Didn't Say Goodbye: Helping Families After a Suicide by Barbara Rubel is a heartrending book that tackles the very difficult and painful topic of suicide and how to cope with the death of a friend, family, or colleague who have taken their own...

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By Any Means Necessary

Veterans Talk Torture in the War on Terror
By John Tsukayama

By Any Means Necessary: Veterans Talk Torture in the War on Terror by John Tsukayama is about the darkest part of human nature at its worst: war. The men interviewed in this book have all been involved in a direct act of violence and torture...

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Bound

A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story
By Elizabeth Anne Wood

Bound: A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story by Elizabeth Anne Wood is an honest memoir that takes readers on an emotional ride through the last eight months of her mother’s life. The author is a sociology professor who is startled when she discovers...

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Breaking Sad

What to Say After Loss, What Not to Say, and When to Just Show Up
By Shelly Fisher & Jennifer Jones

“Be strong.” “They are in a better place.” “They wouldn’t want you to be sad.” These are several consoling expressions that people hear every time they are grieving. The question is: Are these what people who have just lost someone precious to them want to...

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Beyond the Visible Edge

A Grieving Mother’s Pilgrimage While Walking the Dog
By Betsy Kelleher

Beyond the Visible Edge: A Grieving Mother's Pilgrimage While Walking the Dog by Betsy Kelleher is a heartrending memoir that will remind readers about the delicate balance of life and the powerful role of God and nature when it comes to healing. The author's story...

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Bound by My Choices

How a Death Nearly Broke Me But the Navy Saved Me
By Keshawn A. Spence

Bound by My Choices: How a Death Nearly Broke Me But the Navy Saved Me is a memoir written by Keshawn A. Spence. Born to a dysfunctional family, Keshawn is raised by his paternal grandmother, Evelyn, in Ironshire, a small backwoods on the eastern shore...

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