Just Another Square Dance Caller

Authorized Biography of Marshall Flippo
By Larada Horner-Miller

Just Another Square Dance Caller by Larada Horner-Miller is the authorized biography of Marshall Flippo, a man who did so much more than provide dance step instructions in fluid succession. At nearly 800 pages, Horner-Miller does an intensely deep dive into the person, the profession,...

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Love in Any Language

A Memoir of a Cross-Cultural Marriage
By Evelyn Kohl LaTorre

Love in Any Language: A Memoir of a Cross-Cultural Marriage, by Evelyn Kohl LaTorre, is a moving, enriching memoir about love transcending cultural boundaries. Antonio is an impoverished university student who doesn't speak English but tries to, while Evelyn is an assertive volunteer with the...

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The Parables of Sunlight

By Margaret Dulaney

Life on a farm is something many of us cannot even imagine. There is something special about being in contact with nature and animals, and The Parables of Sunlight by Margaret Dulaney explains it very well. In her splendid book, Dulaney tells how she bought...

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Elmer & Virginia

A World War II Romance in Letters
By John M. Odell

Elmer and Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters is a touching collection of the correspondence of John Odell’s parents. They wrote the letters between 1939 and 1944, during which time they were separated by education and then the war. Elmer and Virginia’s letters...

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Called to Be Creative

A Guide to Reigniting Your Creativity
By Mary Potter Kenyon

Do you believe you could be an artist? Are you creative? Or, do you believe that you “don’t have a creative bone in your body”? Or, perhaps you believe “you are not good enough”? This is a very serious syndrome, perhaps one that should be...

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As Rugged as the Rest

A Young Marine's Journey to Iwo Jima
By Janet Simmelink

As Rugged as the Rest: A Young Marine’s Journey to Iwo Jima by Janet Simmelink takes you on a journey through the life of a young man, Joseph Montgomery House Jr. The main characters are Joe Boy and his sisters, Louise, Leveryle, and Gale. 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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Blind Pony

As True A Story As I Can Tell
By Samantha Hart

Blind Pony: As True A Story As I Can Tell by Samantha Hart is a true story about a young girl who runs away from home and sets out to make it on her own. In her memoir, Samantha invites us to join her in...

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From Tea to Coffee

The Journey of an Educated Youth
By Cheng Wang

From Tea to Coffee: The Journey of an Educated Youth is a work of non-fiction in the memoir subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Cheng Wang. The book tells the author's life story as he experiences life...

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Saigon

By Ralph Pezzullo

Inspired by his own experiences of living in Vietnam as a kid from 1963-65, author Ralph Pezzullo's Saigon tells the story of Michael Sforza, the thirteen-year-old son of a US diplomat, trying to navigate life in the embassy during one of the most tumultuous times...

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