Thriver

Happiness is a Choice, Revised Edition
By Tori Kinsey

Thriver by Tori Kinsey is a heart-breaking autobiography of a woman from Spain who moves to another country to follow her dreams, but in the end undergoes trauma and rejection through the various relationships she has with the men in her life. Kinsey, through Thriver,...

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The Recovery Formula

An Addict's Guide to Getting Clean and Sober Forever
By Beth Burgess

The Recovery Formula: An Addict’s Guide to Getting Clean and Sober Forever by Beth Burgess is a guide for anyone addicted to alcohol or drugs who is ready to do something about it. Beth proposes a four-point approach. She tells people they must: 1) Get...

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Thrown Again into the Frazzle Machine

Poems of Grace, Hope, and Healing
By Margaret Dubay Mikus

Thrown Again into the Frazzle Machine by Margaret Dubay Mikus is a collection of poems reflecting a rough and unhappy patch in the author’s life, a period jolted by surgeries, with the collection intended to act as a life-boat in the journey through rough seas....

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The Cancer Olympics

By Robin McGee

Robin McGee’s The Cancer Olympics is a memoir of her battle against not only cancer but inadequate healthcare that she unfortunately received. The negligence of her delayed diagnosis – no thanks to Doctors One, Two, Three and Four – cause a late stage tumor that...

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The Garden of Life

By Todd Michael Putnam

The Garden of Life is an inspirational non-fiction book written by Todd Michael Putnam. This self-help book is composed of dialogues between the Young Gardener and his neighbor, the Old Man. The two of them discuss their opposing viewpoints on topics such as weeding their...

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The Book of Barkley

Love and Life Through the Eyes of a Labrador Retriever
By L. B. Johnson

Who would have thought that a dog would enjoy eating lemons? In spite of the mouth-puckering sensation, would any dog actually want to go back for more? Who would have thought that a dog would make missiles out of rolled socks, throwing them into the...

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The Murder of Jeffrey Dryden

The Grim Truth Surrounding Male Domestic Abuse
By Troy Veenstra

The Murder of Jeffrey Dryden: The Grim Truth Surrounding Male Domestic Abuse by Troy Veenstra is an account of the circumstances surrounding the death of Jeffrey Dryden. In the early hours of July 18th in 2010, Jeffrey Dryden returned home after spending some time with...

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The Church of Tango

v.2 of the DEATH DANCE DESTINY Memoir trilogy
By Cherie Magnus

The Church of Tango: A Memoir by Cherie Magnus is a memoir that will reach out to readers and inspire them. Cherie is happily married and puts her career as a dancer on hold to raise her sons. Once they grow up and move out,...

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The Best is Yet to Come

By Tara R. Alemany

In Memoriam: 27, Poet Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote, “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” This is a semi-appropriate statement describing The Best Is Yet To Come by Tara R. Alemany. I used the word semi-appropriate because...

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The Doves of Synchronicity

A True Story
By Bryan Flamig

The Doves of Synchronicity by Bryan Flamig tells his own true story as a socially awkward computer programmer who finds a home in the local bluegrass and folk music circles in Phoenix, Arizona. There he meets Catherin, an enigmatic guitar player, who asks Bryan to...

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