On Becoming Me

Memoir of an 80's Teenager
By Kirsten Hegberg Pursell

As the title suggests, On Becoming Me: Memoir of an 80's Teenager by Kirsten Hegberg Pursell is a memoir of a Gen Ex teenager. It is a diary-style memoir that chronicles her life from 1977 to 1986. As the story unravels, we get to know...

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Parisian Life

Adventures in The City of Light
By Edith Szmuklerz

Life-long Parisian and licensed tour guide Edith de Belleville recounts her past experiences living in the City of Love with her captivating memoir, Parisian Life. In this book, de Belleville tells some memorable stories from her life interacting with people from various countries and fellow...

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Soldiers, Space, and Stories of Life

By Chris Gibbons

Soldiers, Space, and Stories of Life is a collection of essays by Philadelphia freelance writer Chris Gibbons. With one exception, these articles were previously published in the Op-Ed sections of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News, and other outlets in Houston, Washington, and Orlando...

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College in the 80s

One Syracuse Story
By Dave Rotell

If you have studied at almost any university, Dave Rotell’s memoir, College in the 80s: One Syracuse Story – which encompasses the typical characteristics of drinking, partying, drugs, financial distress, and making lifelong friends – is likely to sound quite familiar and relatable. However, the...

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What Would The Founding Fathers Tell Us Today?

Political Dialogs Between 1789 and 2040
By Werner Neff

In What Would The Founding Fathers Tell Us Today?: Political Dialogs Between 1789 and 2040, Werner Neff addresses the political issues raging in America. He uses the bold technique of imagining some of the Founding Fathers—Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Hamilton, Madison, and Franklin—returning to today’s world....

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The Last Jewish Gangster

The Early Years
By David Larson

The Last Jewish Gangster: The Early Years is the amazing story of Michael Hardy and how he became a gangster. David Larson reveals that Michael was doomed from the start when his Jewish mother left him with his Southern Baptist grandpa at birth, later coming...

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Alfred B. DelBello

His Life and Times
By John A. Lipman

William Shakespeare once said, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” The one-time Lieutenant Governor of New York state, Alfred B. DelBello, was certainly born great. Having kicked off his political career as a councilman in Yonkers (his...

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Psycosmos - A Synthesis on Human History & Spirituality

A Collection of Knowledge for Understanding the Universe
By Matthew Lamoureux, Richard McPherson, Tyler Zacharius, Daniel Scott, Kelly-Marie Kerr

If we took enough time to look into human history with a mind that is open to learning from our ancestors, instead of just seeing them as less civilized people, what precious gems of knowledge would we unearth? Psycosmos - A Synthesis on Human History...

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The Redhead of Auschwitz

A True Story (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Nechama Birnbaum

The Redhead of Auschwitz: A True Story (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII) by Nechama Birnbaum is an addition to the series. Redheads are cursed, isn’t that what they say? Certainly, Rosie was always told that but she brushed it aside. She dreamed of getting...

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Toward a Model of Constitutions

How Human Rights, Lincoln’s Address, and Berlin’s Liberties Explain Democracies
By Williams Kuttikadan

Toward a Model of Constitutions: How Human Rights, Lincoln’s Address, and Berlin’s Liberties Explain Democracies is a work of non-fiction in the government and politics subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Williams Kuttikadan. The book aims to...

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