Non-Fiction - Inspirational

A Small Boy Smiling

A remarkable journey of healing from the trauma of child sexual abuse to spiritual awakening
By Matt Carey

A Small Boy Smiling by Matt Carey is a story of childhood sexual abuse and its aftermath as well as the eventual spiritual awakening resulting from these early experiences. A Small Boy Smiling is the story of Matt’s life which he has written focusing on...

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A Mother's Heart

Memoir of a Special Needs Parent
By Eichin Chang-Lim

A Mother’s Heart (Memoir of a Special Needs Parent) by Eichin Chang-Lim is the true story of the author’s journey through the at times difficult and always challenging world of raising a special needs child. Eichin Chang-Lim's first child, Teddy, was born profoundly deaf and...

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Adversity Defeated

Turn Your Struggles Into Strengths
By Marc Hoberman

Adversity Defeated: Turn Your Struggles Into Strengths by Marc Hoberman is the author's memoir detailing the struggles of, well, life in general, but compounded by a battle with epilepsy. Following his mother's debilitating stroke, Hoberman is uprooted during a crucial period in life and is...

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Authenticity Unlocked

By Meg Glidden

Authenticity Unlocked by Meg Glidden explores the psychology of personal growth and challenges readers to dare to embrace the path of authenticity. In this book, the author answers two very crucial questions on personal growth, and one of the central questions this book answers is:...

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A Year Lost, A Life Gained

Fighting Breast Cancer with Wit, Humor, Friends and a Perky Poodle
By Suzanne Dalton

A Year Lost, A Life Gained: Fighting Breast Cancer with Wit, Humor, Friends and a Perky Poodle is an inspirational, entertaining, and informative personal memoir by Suzanne Dalton. I’ve known of women who died from or survived breast cancer, but I never knew the details...

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At the Top

By Erika Garcia

At the Top by Erika Garcia is a concise guide on how you can learn to think like a millionaire. Change your thought patterns and attract the wealth and success you believed were out of reach. If you want to leave the 9-5 behind, this...

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A Little Book About A Big Something Called Feeling Good

By Elle Gabriel

A Little Book About A Big Something Called Feeling Good by Luan Gabriel-Pindar is a concise and easily explained guide to the ten steps to a life of happiness and self-fulfilment. There are techniques and exercises within each chapter that you can follow and complete...

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A Way Out

A Memoir of Conquering Depression and Social Anxiety
By Michelle Balge

A Way Out by Michelle Balge follows one brave woman's battle against depression and mental illness. What actually goes through the mind of someone with this illness? This is a brutally straightforward account of how this dark shadow follows her from childhood. She is trapped...

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A Soul Passenger

When Love Collides
By Brenda-Lee Ranta

A Soul Passenger: When Love Collides by Brenda-Lee Ranta is a unique love story where readers are introduced to two souls who meet each other just in time and rescue each other from their otherwise hopeless lives. It is a story about survival, self-doubt, and...

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A King is Coming

By Paul Wilbur, Patrick McGuffin

A King is Coming opens with the question: Why should political correctness undermine our attitudes to family, gender, marriage and protection for the unborn? Paul Wilbur and Patrick McGuffin go on to tackle the wider political issues of terrorism. The tragedy of 9/11 was motivated...

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