Non-Fiction - Grief/Hardship

Lessons from a CF Cornerman

38 Lessons I Learned During my Wife's Illness and Lung Transplant
By Raymond L. Poole

Lessons from a CF Cornerman: 38 Lessons I Learned During my Wife's Illness and Lung Transplant by Raymond L. Poole is a story that will certainly communicate hope to readers and help them look at the future positively, expectantly. In this nonfiction book, the author...

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Losing a Child and the Grieving Experience

By Bruce Watt

Losing a Child and the Grieving Process by Bruce Watt is a true story. You have just received the worst possible news – your daughter has terminal cancer. She has just a couple of months left to live and she is only 18 years old....

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Lines in the Sand

An American Soldier's Personal Journey in Iraq
By F. Scott Service

“What happens when you discover that the only morality that exists is survival?” With this single line from his book Lines in the Sand, F. Scott Service bravely and defiantly offers up an irrefutable indictment of war and its practitioners – cowardly politicians, greedy corporations,...

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Losing Mason

By Kimberly Wells

Losing Mason by Kimberly Wells is a heartrending story of loss and healing, and how the author and her family coped with the loss of her grandchild. This story of love, loss, and healing tells readers how the loss of a child brought the entire...

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Love Lost

By Ivan Veljanoski

Love Lost is a book of poetry by Ivan Veljanoski. It’s a beautifully written book of angst and love for a woman. At just thirty-eight pages, it is a very quick read. Each page contains one poem. In just a few words on each page,...

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Loosed

You Can Live Again
By Marlene Tucker

Loosed: You Can Live Again is Marlene Tucker's attempt to show the world that no matter how difficult life can be, we can all try to find courage within ourselves to overcome difficulties. As an active Christian, Marlene held faith in God until the death...

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Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying

Embracing Life After Loss
By Allen Klein

Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying: Embracing Life After Loss by Allen Klein takes readers through the emotions of grief and sorrow, and makes a good companion during dark periods in life. The author shares his wisdom with words of love and humor,...

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Linked Lives

A Memoir of an Extraordinary 40-Year Friendship
By Bonny Brookes

Linked Lives: A Memoir of an Extraordinary 40-Year Friendship by Bonny Brooks is the story of the friendship between Bonny and Lori. They met in their teenage years and their friendship carried on throughout their lives. Even though their lives took opposite directions – Lori...

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Living Through Grief

Love Revealed
By Dena Clayton

Edited by Dena Clayton, “Living Through Grief” is the third book in the 'Love Revealed series' and is a fine collection of short stories. The writers are ordinary people with extraordinary skill in writing their stories dealing with loss, overcoming obstacles and finding love. It is...

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Lori's Song

The true story of an American woman held captive in Iran
By Lori Foroozandeh

After I read Lori’s Song I had to think about it before I could write a review. Lori was abused by her biological parents. She was molested and raped by her adopted brother. Her mother was neglectful and cruel. At 15 years old she escaped...

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