Non-Fiction - Memoir

Lost in the Reflecting Pool

A Memoir
By Diane Pomerantz

It's often said that a shoemaker can't mend his own shoes or a hairdresser can't style her own hair. One might be tempted to look at Diane Pomerantz's difficulty in understanding and analyzing the narcissistic, mentally abusive husband she reveals to us in her memoir,...

The Other Side of Philip K. Dick

A Tale of Two Friends
By Maer Wilson

The Other Side of Philip K. Dick: A Tale of Two Friends is a non-fiction memoir written by Maer Wilson. Wilson was nineteen years old and happily involved in the second semester of her freshman year at Cal State Fullerton when dramatics major and her...

God's Patient Pursuit of My Soul

By Chris Manion

By all accounts, Chris Manion had the perfect life with caring parents, well-schooled in the Catechism of the Catholic Church as well as public school experience, great marriage, beautiful children – she had a life many would deem perfect. But for this Type-A achiever,...

I'm a Mark

Dreams and Destiny of a Wrestling Fan
By Fred Esposito

I’m a Mark: Dreams and Destiny of a Wrestling Fan is a non-fiction look into the wrestling world, as told by Fred Esposito. Since the age of nine, after seeing his very first professional wrestling match on television, Fred ‘The Hitman’ Esposito has wanted to...

True Confessions of an American Millennial

American Millennial Biography
By John E Clifford

True Confessions of an American Millennial by John Clifford is a very short book because it’s part one of what is already an engrossing and enlightening read, especially for those of us unfamiliar with the realities of growing up during the nineties in Florida. John...

American Badge Betrayed

The toxic reality of police corruption and discrimination
By Robert Alvarez

American Badge Betrayed by Robert E Alvarez tells the story of how an altercation between himself and another police officer at the scene of an arrest started the ball rolling on a nine-year battle to clear his name, regain the status level he had already...

Moonlight in the Desert of Left Behind

A Journey of Love, Terminal Illness, and Hope
By Jan Baumgartner

Moonlight in the Desert of Left Behind: A Journey of Love, Terminal Illness, and Hope by Jan Baumgartner is a spellbinding memoir, an emotionally charged story of survival and hope that will touch readers in subtle ways. They sold their home in San Francisco and...

Weedmonkey

Mama, Mother, Whore
By Lisa V. Proulx

Weedmonkey by Lisa V. Proulx is a moving memoir which tells the story of how a little girl called Virgie was brought into the world amidst the remnants of what was the old south, amongst wealth, judgement, poverty, and injustice. Virgie’s mother is considered a...

Therapy

A Memoir Novella
By Crystal M. Adair

Therapy: A Memoir Novella by Crystal M. Adair is a most unusual book. Some may even find it difficult to read, not so much for the graphic, often heartbreaking content, but because it occasionally borders on poetry in reflective prose. It's very introspective, and yet,...

"Yes, and..."

A Journey of Hope Through Tragedy
By Matthew Croke

"Yes, and…": A Journey of Hope Through Tragedy is a moving memoir written by Matthew Croke. The context of the story is incredibly tragic, as Matthew, a loving husband, experiences the devastation of his pregnant wife (only 8 weeks pregnant at the time) and mother-in-law...