The Gap Between

Loving and Supporting Someone With Alzheimer’s
By Mary Moreland

The Gap Between is a memoir/guide to give readers valuable knowledge on how to care for and support a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's disease. In 2012, Mary Moreland found out about her mother's Alzheimer's diagnosis after the unexpected death of her father. Through this...

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Sixteen Days

A sudden death. What to say?
By Victoria Wilson-Crane

What is the right way to grieve? What if you are grieving over your twenty-two-year-old niece who died unexpectedly? Are there rules that you have to follow and if you don’t grieve in the proper order, will you ever complete the grieving process? The easy...

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Gunrunner

By Mario Oliveira, Keith Knotek

Gunrunner: The Mario Oliveira Story is a work of non-fiction in the true-crime subgenre. It is aimed at mature readers and was penned by author team Mario Oliveira and Keith Knotek. The book follows Boston Detective Mario Oliveira as his investigation into a string of...

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The Worst Life Has to Offer

By Venetta Cox-Mlynczyk

The Worst Life Has To Offer is the heartbreaking true story of Venetta Cox-Mlynczyk, a college instructor and mother of two, who went through the worst times any parent can find themselves in. A seemingly random call shatters Venetta's life as she knows it when...

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The Villains Who Snapped My Spine

A Memoir
By A. H. Nazzareno

After being diagnosed with a rare illness called Myxopapillary Ependymoma (MEPN) in 2021, A.H. Nazzareno started writing a tell-all memoir following major surgery, recounting his past experiences with the "villains" who did a number on his back. Nazzareno recalls how he met his future wife,...

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Life Resumed

By Paulina R Jaramillo

It is inevitable that, sooner or later, we have to face a tragic or sad event. Whether it is the loss of a loved one or the end of a relationship, the feelings we experience are often anger and grief, and we may also feel...

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Speaking Human

A Journey in Palliative Medicine
By Craig C. Durie

The importance of the health care industry was made more apparent by the Covid-19 pandemic, which sent an overwhelming number of unfortunate patients to hospitals and pushed our heroes in uniforms into desperate situations. When Craig C. Durie started writing a book about palliative medicine...

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Liberated From Silence

Based on a True Story
By Tessa Jensen

Liberated from Silence by Tessa Jensen is based on a true story, a gut-wrenching memoir about her struggles through early life and her psychological repercussions as an adult. Tessa is on a deep search for affection from any mother figure in her life who will...

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Twentyone Olive Trees

A Mother’s Walk Through the Grief of Suicide to Hope and Healing
By Laura Formentini

Twentyone Olive Trees by Laura Formentini is the story of “A Mother’s Walk Through the Grief of Suicide to Hope and Healing”, which follows Laura’s long journey from heartache to recovery from the loss of her beautiful child. Laura makes use of tales and poems...

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Never Enough Zeroes

By Joel Soper, Philip Wyeth

Never Enough Zeroes is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and autobiographical subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author team Joel Soper with Philip Wyeth. The book follows Joel Soper’s descent into gambling addiction as he gradually...

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