California and Back

An 1850s Adventure
By Martin Noble Hine, Adam Thompson

Adam Thompson shares the fascinating story of his great-great-grandfather Martin Noble Hine's trip to California in 1852. This book is a transcript of notes written by Martin Hine. California and Back: An 1850s Adventure follows Martin’s steamer trip from New York to San Francisco,...

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30 Years Behind Bars

Trials of a Prison Doctor
By Karen Gedney MD

Karen Gedney's 30 Years Behind Bars: Trials of a Prison Doctor is the true story of a female doctor’s thirty years of service to the United States Corrections System, serving as the prison doctor in a male prison. That she accepted the challenge in the...

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This Is How We Leave

By Joanne Nelson

There’s something special about decorating a Christmas tree that ignites memories of treasured moments in the past, memories before everyone grew up and started to leave. But, for Joanne Nelson, much of the leaving in her growing up years was tragic: family members leaving to...

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In Search Of A Way Out

A True Story of Bullying, Depression, and A Journey Toward Hope
By Bobby Straus

In Search of a Way Out: A True Story of Bullying, Depression, and A Journey toward Hope by Bobby Straus is a non-fiction, inspirational, and motivational book in which the author shares his story from living in a mental and emotional prison to finding real,...

Inside Amazon

My Story
By Gisela Hausmann

Perhaps you, like me, have already heard that life inside Amazon is not easy for its employees, but maybe you too have not had the opportunity to read a first-hand account of their working conditions. In her revealing book, Inside Amazon. My Story, Gisela Hausmann...

Because Japan

By Ash Watson

Because Japan, billed as "a tell-all memoir of life in Tokyo", by Ash Watson relates the experiences of an English ex-pat living in Japan for a period of two years (2016 to 2018) during which he taught at a reputable private high school, as well...

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It Never Took

A Memoir
By Terrah Hancock

In her memoir It Never Took, Terrah Hancock relates the years she was growing up in a dysfunctional family. Her father beat her regularly, both parents refused to believe she was raped by her father’s younger brother Keith, and her mother constantly gaslighted her. Her...

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Passport To Hiroshima

The Unthinkable, Inspiring Journey of a Japanese-American Family Based on a True Story
By Rita Kano

Passport to Hiroshima: The Unthinkable, Inspiring Journey of a Japanese-American Family (Based on a True Story), co-authored by Toshiharu and Rita Kano, memorializes the story of a family of Japanese descent who, seemingly miraculously, survived the dropping of the atomic bomb, ironically enough nicknamed “Little...

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Surviving Our Parents' Mistakes, Second Edition

Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment
By Larry Godwin

Surviving Our Parents’ Mistakes: Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment—Second Edition by Larry Godwin, Ph.D., is a compilation of the author’s lifelong problems from having grown up with a single abusive mother, who, her husband having abandoned her, placed all her attention, useful and not,...

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Raising Taylor, Finding Superwoman

The Difficult Choices Many Parents Find Hard to Make
By Sharon Taylor-Harris

Raising Taylor, Finding Superwoman: The Difficult Choices Many Parents Find Hard to Make is about a single mother raising her daughter in today’s competitive world. Author Sharon Taylor-Harris writes candidly about the time, effort, and sacrifices both she and her daughter put into Taylor’s schooling...

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