Love

Roman Ruminations, Volume Three
By Norman Weeks

Love is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and relationships subgenres, and it forms volume three of the Roman Ruminations collection penned by Norman Weeks. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. In this charming reflection on the nature of relationships...

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My Imaginary Friend

An Autobiography
By Thomas Wermuth

Thomas Wermuth tells the story of his life in My Imaginary Friend: An Autobiography. Thomas describes his life as a child and the sort of relationship he had with his parents. While he had beautiful memories of his father, his relationship with his mother was...

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Girl of Light & Shadow

A Memoir of My Daughter, Who Killed Herself
By Jay E. Valusek

Girl of Light & Shadow: A Memoir of My Daughter, Who Killed Herself by Jay E. Valusek is the non-fiction inspirational memoir that revolves around the tragic, unexpected death of the author's child Elissa and the incredible journey of discovery that it invoked. One would...

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A Life Begins

By Keith Harrison Walker

A Life Begins by Keith Harrison Walker is an autobiography of the author’s legendary life. The author narrates different aspects of his journey in a non-chronological manner. He talks about his parents and gives a brief history of their lives and the impact they had...

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Sons of Isan

Taking Refuge in a Thai Temple
By William Reyland

Sons of Isan: Taking Refuge in a Thai Temple is a beautifully written and inspiring memoir by William Reyland. Born and raised in the American Midwest, the author had a good life. He had a nice house in a pleasant community with all the comforts...

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Curious

Are My Stories About Morals?
By Peggy Jo Henry

Curious: Are My Stories About Morals? by Peggy Jo Henry is a collection of short stories and poems. The book touches on Peggy’s life and how bipolar disorder has affected it. She bares all in her book, from her most intimate thoughts ranging from...

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Life's a Journey

Hardships to Blessings
By Colten J. Skinner

Life’s a Journey: Hardships to Blessings is a motivational book by Colten J. Skinner. Having been born with A-T, a disorder affecting coordination and the immune system, Colten would go on to live a difficult life. His later bout with cancer complicated his life further....

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A Bloodied Tapestry

The American War In Vietnam From A Civilian War Veteran's Perspective
By JanStephen James Cavanaugh, Ph.D.

A Bloodied Tapestry: The American War in Vietnam from a Civilian War Veteran's Perspective by JanStephen James Cavanaugh, Ph.D. is a moving autobiographical account of a civilian volunteer during the Vietnam War. His story was reconstructed from personal journals written during his time in South...

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Loneliness

Roman Ruminations, Volume One
By Norman Weeks

Loneliness (Roman Ruminations, Volume One) by Norman Weeks is a deeply contemplative text about the author’s state of existence: loneliness. His escape is the craft of writing where he provides commentary on some of the greatest academics and philosophers to substantiate or explore his own...

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Under the Naga Tail

A True Story of Survival, Bravery, and Escape from the Cambodian Genocide
By Mae Bunseng Taing, James Taing

Under the Naga Tail: A True Story of Survival, Bravery, and Escape from the Cambodian Genocide is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, cultural and psychological subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience for its strong (though non-graphic) content and...

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