Non-Fiction - Memoir

Even Rain Is Just Water

A Memoir of Rejection, Revelation & Redemption
By Lynette Davis

Even Rain Is Just Water: A Memoir of Rejection, Revelation & Redemption is a well-written memoir about what it is like growing up in a dysfunctional family and the effects it has on everyone related. Lynette Davis tells us about her own journey as the...

Orb Stones and Geoglyphs

A Writer's Journey
By Daniel A. Smith

Daniel A. Smith’s short memoir, Orb Stones and Geoglyphs: A Writer's Journey, is an exploration of one man’s drive to create, and the inspirations he found to do so. Smith admits to a favouring of mathematics and hard science over writing, finding the latter confusing...

The Last Road Rebel and Other Lost Stories

Growing Up in a Small Town and Never Getting Over It
By Robert Gilberg

The Last Road Rebel and Other Lost Stories: Growing Up in a Small Town and Never Getting Over It is a nonfiction memoir written by Robert Gilberg. Gilberg grew up in the small town of New Bremen, Ohio, and he shares his experiences growing up...

A Royal Love Revealed

My Journey from Sorrow to God's Heart
By Corrine Sharpe

Corrine Sharpe’s A Royal Love Revealed is a message of hope for the grieving. Sharpe’s goal was to write a book that would open readers' eyes to see God’s “unshakeable and all consuming” love. In her memoir, Corrine shares the loss of her beloved mother...

A Good Batch of Scones

A Daughter's Memoir
By Alison Melotti-Cormack

What does it mean to be a good daughter? What does it mean to be a good mother? In this practical and heartbreaking tribute about mothers and daughters and saying goodbye, Alison Melotti-Cormack documents time spent with her mother, sister and niece in July...

Three Husbands and a Thousand Boyfriends

By Patricia L. Brooks

Three Husbands and a Thousand Boyfriends by Patricia L. Brooks spoke to me. In this book, Brooks tells about her many relationships and marriages. She talks about being abused, suffering PTSD, and finally being able to overcome it. This book is an emotional read, but...

Memoirs of a Muhindi

Fleeing East Africa for the West
By Mansoor Ladha

Memoirs of a Muhindi: Fleeing East Africa for the West by Mansoor Ladha is a gripping memoir that explores a historical event that caused a lot of suffering to millions of people in Uganda in East Africa, and that hastened the exodus of many ethnic...

How Mommy Got Her Groove Back

By Rebecca Undem

How Mommy Got Her Groove Back by Rebecca Undem is a slim but compelling memoir that follows a woman’s exceptional journey to self-awareness and personal success. Like millions of people, Rebecca Undem grew up dreaming of an extraordinary life in one of the busiest cities,...

A Dog Called Hope

A Wounded Warrior and the Service Dog Who Saved Him
By Jason Morgan, Damien Lewis

All who have ever loved a dog and lost him/her, whether through death or otherwise, will find A Dog Called Hope, by Jason Morgan and Damien Lewis, bringing them to tears. This is a true story, in as far as Jason Morgan is able to...

All That Matters

By Diane Yates

All That Matters by Diane Yates is an interesting, gripping memoir that has powerful lessons to inspire readers. In the first book in this series, the reader follows Clella, “Catherine,” a woman abandoned by the man she’s loved all her life. But she finds new...

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