Non-Fiction - Memoir

Mein Name Ist Peter Dietrich

The Deatrick/Detrick Family Heritage
By Ronald J. Deatrick and Claudia Barnard Coffey

This is a very important book. Mein Name Ist Peter Dietrich is important and timely, in part because of the argument about the value and importance that immigration plays in this great American experience. This is the authentic story of Peter Dietrich, but in many...

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The Boy Who Knew Too Much

An Astounding True Story of a Young Boy's Past Life Memories
By Cathy Byrd

The Boy Who Knew Too Much (An Astounding True Story of A Young Boy's Past-life Memories) by Cathy Byrd is the fascinating account of a toddler who remembers being Lou Gehrig in another lifetime. The two-year-old toddler is totally captivated and immersed in baseball. As...

Love, Bill

Finding My Father Through Letters from World War II
By Jan Krulick-Belin

Love, Bill: Finding My Father Through Letters from World War II by Jan Krulick-Belin is a collection of heartrending and poignant memories the author has of her father, Bill, which she shares with readers through this book. The author’s love for her father is evident...

Blood on the Tracks

The Life and Times of S. Brian Willson
By S. Brian Willson

Growing up in Upstate New York, S. Brian Willson was everything his community expected of him. He was tall, athletic, patriotic, and a good student who would stand up for what was right. Blood on the Tracks is the poignant story of what happened when...

Seasons: Autumn and Winter

Expressions of Gratitude and Merry Moments
By Cheryl E Rodriguez

Seasons: Autumn and Winter: Expressions of Gratitude and Merry Moments by Cheryl E Rodriguez is a collection of short autobiographical stories and moments from Cheryl’s own life and experiences. As the title suggests, Seasons: Autumn and Winter is a collection of prose about all things...

Every Least Sparrow

By Carolyn Walker

Every Least Sparrow by Carolyn Walker is a memoir that every mother should read. As a mother, I have always believed that every child is special, that is, every child comes with a blessing and a curse, and that the curse is the part of...

Hurry Up Nurse

Memoirs of Nurse Training in the 1970's
By Dawn Brookes

Hurry Up Nurse: Memoirs of Nurse Training in the 1970's is a non-fiction memoir written by Dawn Brookes. Brookes has worked with the National Health Service for thirty-nine years, receiving training and certification as both a State Enrolled Nurse and a Registered General Nurse. The...

Soul Sins And Regrettable Lies

By Bud Megargee

The focal point in this rendition of an extraordinary six-year spiritual journey is “soul sins.” The author shares his dialogues with the soul guide Laz, and his personal understanding of this content. The dialogues are facilitated by Shirlet Enama, who is able to channel these...

Dee's Dishes

By Denise Dwyer D'Errico

Mixing up ingredients to make something out of a box taste even better is definitely the easy way for any chef to make an amazing meal for the family. It’s also just what you’re going to get with Dee’s Dishes. The perfect meal could be...

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Groovin’

Horses, Hopes, and Slippery Slopes
By Rich Israel

Anyone who lived through the 1960s remembers it as a time like no other. The counterculture of young people smoking marijuana and using LSD, the draft, protests against the Vietnam War, changing sexual behaviors, and other events defined the hippie, or flower child, movement. Author...

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