Non-Fiction - Memoir

Things I'll Never forget

Memories of a Marine in Viet Nam
By James M. Dixon

I feel lucky that I missed going to Vietnam, but sometimes I wonder how I would have performed, what it would have been like, would I have even lived through it. I’ll never know, but reading Things I’ll Never Forget by James M. Dixon gave...

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Searching for My Heart

Essays about Love
By Dawn Downey

Searching for My Heart: Essays about Love by Dawn Downey is a memoir relating to her experiences in life pertaining to a desire to belong. Searching for My Heart is written in a somewhat random style—there are no clear sequential narratives. Instead, the book is...

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Invisible Target

Breaking the Cycle of Educator Sexual Abuse
By Andrea Clemens

Invisible Target: Breaking the Cycle of Educator Sexual Abuse by Andrea Clemens is a compelling memoir that brilliantly tells the story of educator sexual abuse, a story that is as emotional as it is enlightening, but one of hope, courage, and a woman’s resolve to...

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Burnt Face

Scarred For Life
By Annette Swann

Burnt Face: Scarred For Life by Annette Swann is a memoir about a young girl who survived third-degree burn injuries that scar her physically and emotionally for the rest of her life. One of Annette's earliest memories is that of being a happy go lucky...

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To the Moon and Back to Me

What I Learned from Four Running Feet
By Christine Hassing

Bold, charming, and inspirational, this is a memoir on a loss that we so often neglect and that leaves a void in many lives - the loss of a family member - and for the protagonist, it’s a dog called Roo. In To the Moon...

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Letters Lost then Found

By Amy L. Johnson

Letters Lost then Found by Amy L. Johnson is not just a book that explores the exchange of letters between two brothers during WWII, but is a revealing witness to what it was like to fly a supply and fighter aircraft. The book begins with...

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A Musician in the Great War

Diary of a WW1 Soldier
By Adolph Kuellmer, Joanne Kuellmer Franklin

A Musician in the Great War: Diary of a WW1 Soldier is a short volume of military historical non-fiction writing by authors Adolph Kuellmer and Joanne Kuellmer Franklin. Joanne is the granddaughter of Adolph, and has therefore taken on the role of compiling his personal...

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Joy Ride

My One-Legged Journey to Self-Acceptance
By Karen Witt Daly

“Loss and grief and my long and winding road to self-acceptance is the essence of Joy Ride, for it's about the power a mind stuck in denial can wield over a being, the ability of a body to survive years of self-inflicted abuse, and the...

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Hogan's Hope

A Deaf Dog, A Courageous Journey, and A Christian's Faith
By Connie Bombaci

Hogan's Hope: A Deaf Dog, A Courageous Journey, and A Christian's Faith is a nonfiction memoir written by Connie Bombaci. Hogan’s earliest days were a miracle, even though he would be subjected to increasingly brutal treatment as he grew up. He was one of a...

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Warrior

From Nazi Occupied Holland to the Jungles of Vietnam...An Immigrant's Story
By Leo Deege

I loved Warrior: From Nazi Occupied Holland to the Jungles of Vietnam...An Immigrant's Story by Leonard Deege. A line from a book I read years ago kept popping into my mind. The Grim Reaper is talking to a man whose soul he is about to...

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