Everest Base Camp

Close Call
By Catina Noble

Everest Base Camp: Close Call is a nonfiction adventure travel memoir written by Catina Noble. Noble had been an adventurer for years already and had recently soloed El Camino in Spain, but there was one trek she had always dreamed of pursuing, even though she...

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Growing Up in Africa

A Destiny Fulfilled - A True Story of Courage, Optimism and Determination in the face of Adversities
By Dr. Benjamin Ogbonna

Growing Up in Africa: A Destiny Fulfilled by Dr. Benjamin Ogbonna is a moving memoir of a man who overcame the odds to become the doctor he dreamed he would be one day. A Nigerian raised by strict missionary parents in the 1950s, he faced...

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Nepal One Day at a Time

One woman's quest to teach, trek and build a school in the remote Himalaya
By Patti Shales Lefkos

Nepal One Day at a Time is a nonfiction travel memoir written by Patti Shales Lefkos. She and her husband had always been travelers and adventurers and had explored out-of-the-way places all over the world. Then her husband had critical health issues while they were...

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This War Within My Mind

Based on the blog The Bipolar Battle
By John Poehler

This War Within My Mind: Based on the blog The Bipolar Battle by John Poehler is an engaging book that opens up about the author's life of living with bipolar disorder and how he was able to successfully deal with it because of the right...

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The Dean's Underwear

Living My American Dream
By Don Gnecco

The Dean’s Underwear: Living My American Dream by Don Gnecco encapsulates the author’s journey from that of living in poor conditions to that of an educator and songwriter. The author was born in the autumn of 1948 at the Keesler Air Force Base to chainsmoking parents. The...

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Leza's Memoirs

Beating the Odds
By Richard L. Leza Sr.

Leza's Memoirs: Beating the Odds is a work of non-fiction which is written in the memoir and autobiographical style by author Richard L. Leza Sr. Best described as a memoir with a message, the author recounts some of the most pivotal experiences of his life...

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Cheetah On The Wing 2

The Mental Ramifications of Solitary Confinement
By Mitchell Krautant

In Cheetah on The Wing 2: The Mental Ramifications of Solitary Confinement, Mitchell Krautant, a former Marines Force Reconnaissance platoon soldier, takes readers through his experience during unjust solitary confinement in prison, his education, being homeless, to finding God and becoming a spiritual warrior. While...

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What We Know For Sure

Inspirational stories of Filipino special immigrants in America
By Lia Ocampo

What We Know For Sure by Lia Ocampo are the real stories of immigrants who came to the United States through the Special Immigration Visa initiative for Filipinos who dedicate their careers, usually twenty years but in Ocampo's case it was eighteen, in the service...

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Cover My Dreams in Ink

A Son's Unbearable Solitude, A Mother's Unending Quest
By Jessie Dunleavy

America's drug crisis surfaces in the most traumatic way for mother and activist Jessie Dunleavy, who takes us into the harrowing world of addiction as she grapples with her son Paul's dependence in Cover My Dreams in Ink: A Son's Unbearable Solitude, a Mother's Unending...

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Precious Moments in Hell

By Charli

By the time Charli reached four years of age, she had become accustomed to the neglect, violence, and abuse at home. Raised to steal food for survival and to rob their prostitute mother's clients, or locked in a cupboard for days, for Charli and her...

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