Sawubona, I See You

Stories by a Former Peace Corps Volunteer in Africa
By Daniel Stantus

Sawubona, I See You is a memoir by Daniel Stantus narrating his experiences as a former Peace Corps Volunteer in the early 1970s in Swaziland, Africa. The book contains six short stories based on his own life experiences in the exotic, wild, and untamed locales...

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Sander's Study

A Son's Story
By Chris Vanocur

A very successful and very well-known reporter, his successful and somewhat-known reporter son, their relationship to each other and the world sums up Sander’s Study: A Son’s Story by Chris Vanocur. For those unfamiliar with Sander Vanocur, he was one of the best-known reporters of...

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Saudade Summer

By Donald D. Senese

Saudade Summer by Donald D. Senese is a memoir of the author’s life as he reminisces about his past and how it shaped his present. For some people, one event or incident is enough to change them forever. It is his coming-of-age story where Donny...

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Second Chance

A Kidney Between Us
By Tina Shyver-Plank

Second Chance: A Kidney Between Us by Tina Shyver-Plank is a searingly honest short memoir about a special bond between two first cousins ​​and how their lives changed due to a shared kidney. Tina Shyver-Plank was 35 years old when she donated a kidney to...

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Scarred for Life

The Cry of Hope
By Vincenzo Russo

In the year 1958, young Vincenzo Russo migrated from Italy to Australia with his family. Thus began a series of important events and circumstances that constitute Vincenzo Russo's life: having to learn English for schooling and work, facing the fear of God's punishment inflicted on...

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Shelter from Our Secrets, Silence, and Shame

How Our Stories Can Keep Us Stuck or Set Us Free
By Rebecca Brown

Shelter from Our Secrets, Silence, and Shame: How Our Stories Can Keep Us Stuck or Set Us Free by Rebecca Brown is the product of a deep longing to share her story that allows her to take a step toward common ground with many readers....

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Strong Connections

Stories of Resilience from the Far Reaches of the Mobile Phone Revolution
By Rosa Wang

Strong Connections: Stories of Resilience from the Far Reaches of the Mobile Phone Revolution, by Rosa Wang, is an informative and compelling work of non-fiction on the importance of smartphones and mobile/digital connections in disadvantaged areas of the world, especially for women. This amazing story...

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Strengthen the Mind

By S Jones Marshall

Strengthen The Mind by S. Jones Marshall is a beautiful collection of poetic thoughts in the form of adages. Marshall covers a wide spectrum of ideas and concepts in the form of a couple of verses to express his motivational poetry that leaves a lot...

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Standing at Water's Edge

A Cancer Nurse, Her Four-Year-Old Son and the Shifting Tides of Leukemia
By Janice Post-White

Standing at Water's Edge: A Cancer Nurse, Her Four-Year-Old Son and the Shifting Tides of Leukemia describes Brennan's journey with leukemia and how it impacted his mother, Janice Post-White, and the rest of her family. Diagnosed at four and a half, it details his...

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Starvin' Artist

Hunger for Success
By Anthony Waldren

On its surface Starvin' Artist: Hunger for Success is an inspirational memoir by graphic artist and businessman Anthony Waldren. On a deeper level, it’s a thoughtful, insightful, and reflective work of philosophy about life based on the lessons Waldren has learned. As a memoir, it’s...

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