All Is Not LOST

How I Friended Failure on the Island and Found a Way Home
By Shannon Kenny Carbonell

All Is Not LOST: How I Friended Failure on the Island and Found a Way Home by Shannon Kenny Carbonell is a deep and honest memoir that will resonate with anyone who's ever felt lost and looking for a way back home and to self....

An Accidental Witness

To Music History (1) (Putting Socks on the Octopus)
By C.F. Davinki

An Accidental Witness: To Music History - Putting Socks on the Octopus by C.F. Davinki is an entertaining and engaging book that will interest readers who are passionate about music. It gives a peek into the 'behind the scenes' history of the famous and the...

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I'm Your Pusher

Boldy and Strategically Lay Hold of What God Has for You
By Tanisha O. Hamilton

Have you ever wondered what is behind the smiles and successes of different accomplished professionals and individuals? Tanisha O. Hamilton shares a captivating and moving story about how she worked and studied to be a nurse as a single mother and trusted God to take...

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Keep Walking, Your Heart Will Catch Up

A Camino de Santiago Journey
By Cathay O. Reta

Keep Walking: Your Heart Will Catch Up by Cathay O. Reta chronicles the author's journey to Camino de Santiago after she lost her husband David. It is a 483-mile trail across Northern Spain and the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela is one of the three...

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Grind

A No-Bullshit Approach to Take Your Business from Concept to Cash Flow
By Michael J. McFall

Grind: A No Bull-shit Approach to Take Your Business from Concept to Cashflow by Michael J. McFall is written in a fun, engaging, and direct way. After moving home following a couple of meaningless jobs, Mike found himself working at a coffee shop in Lansing,...

Missionary

Saving Fearful
By S. O. Fidimaye

Missionary: Saving Fearful by S.O. Fidimaye chronicles the author's fears and apprehensions in spite of growing up in an Islamic family and reading the Quran daily. The Yoruba people are known to have a god for almost anything and the author speaks about how all...

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The Strong Ones

How a Band of Civilian Women Made Their Mark on the Army
By Sara Hammel

The Strong Ones: How a Band of Civilian Women Made Their Mark on the Army is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and biographical sub-genres penned by author Sara Hammel. The work is intended for an adult reading audience and contains reports, interviews, and...

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Inside the Notorious School District of Philadelphia
By Clayvon C. Harris

The School District of Philadelphia needs a major overhaul. Written to enlighten and to make sense of it all, Clayvon C. Harris writes about how policies are falling short of delivering expected outcomes and how school environments are becoming chaotic rather than conducive to learning....

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Behind The Pretty Doors

A Novel Laced with Poetry
By Michelle Hancock

Behind The Pretty Doors by Michelle Hancock is a captivating mix of poems and personal memoirs encompassing the emotionally turbulent life of Michelle Hancock from childhood to adulthood. Born into a house filled with abuse, terror and uncertainty, Michelle reveals the brutal and painful truth...

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Racism: A Disease of the Mind

A Disease of The Mind
By Adeleke Adefioye

Racism: A Disease of The Mind by Adeleke Adefioye speaks about the existence of racism and tribalism everywhere and conveys the message that we are all one despite the differences in color. He speaks about how racism exists in the United States as there are...

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