Unhackable Moms of Addicted Loved Ones

Closing the Gap Between Havoc and Hope
By Michelle Weidenbenner

Unhackable Moms of Addicted Loved Ones: Closing the Gap between Havoc and Hope by Michelle Weidenbenner is a blend of a compelling memoir and self-help, a powerful book that explores strong social themes and that addresses addiction from a fresh perspective. This book is a...

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On to the Next Thing

A Memoir on Crime, Choices, and Change
By Corbin Bosiljevac

On to the Next Thing: A Memoir on Crime, Choices, and Change is an inspiring memoir by Corbin Bosiljevac. This book opens with the author, after a few days in jail, being yelled at, mocked, and harassed while he’s mopping the floor. The son of...

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Saved By Hope

By Jenny Lowe

Saved By Hope by Jenny Lowe is a gripping memoir about one woman’s painful path to motherhood. Born and raised in Utah, Jenny Lowe got married at the age of nineteen. The marriage ended in divorce, and at thirty years old, she married again. Emotionally...

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The Open Book

A Family Memoir of Adventure, Trauma, and Resilience
By Roselle Madrone

The Open Book: A Family Memoir of Adventure, Trauma, and Resilience is told using the voices of three women: Roselle “Rosie” Madrone, Robin Detmer, and Kris Dutter. Kris, the mother of Roselle and Robin, embraces the dream of building a life outside the confines of...

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Caron

Awakening
By C. J. Teahan

Caron: Awakening by C. J. Teahan is a celebration of a daughter’s resilience and the power of maternal love. The author’s daughter Caron suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile accident, and while she was in a coma, it catapulted her family into a...

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Mother Lode

Confessions of a Reluctant Caregiver
By Gretchen Staebler

Mother Lode: Confessions of a Reluctant Caregiver is a work of non-fiction in the social issues and memoir subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by Gretchen Staebler. As the title suggests, the work handles the tricky topic...

Well Done

Bringing Soul to the Recipe of Life
By Keith Denard Jones, Valerie J Lewis Coleman, Ethleen Sawyerr

Well Done: Bringing Soul to the Recipe of Life will inspire many readers to fight for their dreams. Keith Denard Jones relates his story as a chef with more than 40 years of experience. His path was not easy and required many years of sacrifice....

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Choosing Life

One man’s journey through alcoholism and depression to wellness and self-discovery
By Blue Andrews

Blue Andrews is a suicide survivor who managed to turn his life around. Choosing Life is a candid confession in which he details his descent into depression and alcoholism. He begins his story from his early junior year of high school in Kirkland, Washington. Once...

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Sabine's Odyssey

A Hidden Child and her Dutch Rescuers (Jewish Children in the Holocaust)
By Agnes Schippers

This book is hard to read as it details the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps. It is difficult in modern society to comprehend the absolute inhumanity committed by the Nazis on the Jews, Poles, Roma, Russians, etc. However, Sabine’s Odyssey by Agnes Schipper should...

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Life of a Bondi Girl

By Fiona Carpenter

As one of the few people who survived having a malignant brain tumor, Fiona Carpenter lives every day like it's the last and continues to engage in her regular activities with more vigor than ever. Several times in her life, Fiona was forced to battle...

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