Turning the Tables on Burnout

Break free, burn brighter!
By Ann M. Diment

After her own journey through burnouts and breakdowns, Ann M. Diment wrote Turning the Tables on Burnout based on the strategies she learned after two decades of struggling. Diment's twelve-year journey of healing has helped her develop methods she imparts to her readers, hoping they...

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Six Days in Detox

By Dianne Corbeau

Dianne Corbeau had a rough childhood. At the age of 8, she ran away from her abusive home and started living on the streets of New York. She got entangled with alcohol and drugs and soon became an addict. Having been inspired by a respected...

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Spiked

The true story of a woman drugged with GhB and how she was turned into a criminal.
By Sharron Gold

Spiked by Sharron Gold is a riveting true crime story that delves into the harrowing world of drug-induced manipulation, gang stalking, and the indomitable human spirit's ability to overcome unimaginable adversity. This compelling narrative takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster, recounting Sharron's descent into a...

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What Do I Say?

How to Support Others in Grief
By Catherine Hodge

Author Catherine Hodge exposes many myths that are used today concerning grief and dying. She helps the reader understand grief by sharing: “Grief is a human experience, a life passage, a transition from the world of the known and familiar to the unknown.” The reader...

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Infectious Injustice

The True Story of Survival and Loss against Corruption, the COVID-19 Disaster inside of San Quentin, and the Dumpster Fire that is Known as Mass Incarceration
By Justin Cook

Infectious Injustice is an autobiography that details ‘The True Story of Survival and Loss against Corruption, the COVID-19 Disaster inside of San Quentin, and the Dumpster Fire that is Known as Mass Incarceration’. It is best suited to mature readers owing to explicit content and...

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Lipstick on a Pig

By Rebecca Butt

Lipstick on a Pig is a relatable and inspirational memoir by Rebecca Butt about growing up in a tough societal and familial environment deprived of basic human emotion and care, but with a strong will for self-preservation and hope for a better future. Rebecca, or...

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Shared Crossing – The Final Journey

A Memoir
By Deborah Harkin

Losing a loved one is never easy. But toward the end of one's life, people can sometimes forge inexplicable connections that force us to rethink our own preconceived notions. What is the meaning of life? What happens in the afterlife? In her moving memoir, Shared...

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Shattered Stars, Healing Hearts

Unraveling My Father’s Holocaust Survival Story
By Irene Stern Frielich

Walter Stern, a Holocaust survivor, made a testimony video about his road to freedom from Nazi Germany and through Holland one year before his death in 1993. His daughter, Irene, re-watched it after the elections in 2016. That year marked the starting point of the...

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Invisible Tears

By Iram Gilani

In Invisible Tears, an autobiography by Iram Gilani, the author’s early childhood shifted with her mother’s grief over the son she lost. She was sent to live with a family that couldn’t have children of their own while her mother was carrying another child. This...

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What My Grandchildren Taught Me About Alzheimer's Disease

By Dana Olivia Dunn Territo

Alzheimer’s disease affects tens of millions of people all around the world and more than six million individuals in the United States. Alzheimer’s disease is incurable, and those affected are often misunderstood and neglected. But there is a way to comprehend them better, and children...

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