Are You Okay?

The Carryover of Kindness
By A.S. Drayton

Are You Okay? The Carryover of Kindness by A.S. Drayton is a remarkable memoir about a millennial’s existential crisis in an indifferent world that is too huge to care. The story draws you in quickly as Anthony Drayton, a meek and cynical college freshman, laments...

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A Changed America

A brief study of how American life has changed during the last few years.
By Kevy Argy

Born in India, Kevy Argy, in A Changed America, details the changes he has observed since arriving in the USA in 1986. He shares in a frank manner what he sees as the cause of the changes and if they have been good or not...

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A Road Less Traveled

War, Education and Civil Rights
By Dr. Robert H. Kimball

Dr. Robert H. Kimball's memoir, A Road Less Traveled: War, Education and Civil Rights, is based on a life that has been lived to the full and with a passion for aiding others across the globe in a diverse range of causes. Broken down into...

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A View From the Middle

How an unknown actor managed to stay that way
By Larkin Campbell

A View from the Middle: How an Unknown Actor Managed to Stay That Way is the story of the author’s life in the Hollywood movie and TV industry. Author Larkin Campbell shares his professional life story from his early days when he decided to try...

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Across the Distance

Reflections on Loving and Where We Did & Did Not Find Each Other
By Christina A Kemp

Across the Distance: Reflections on Loving and Where We Did & Did Not Find Each Other by Christina A Kemp is a heartfelt memoir. Christina opens her life for readers to witness and relate to it in this memoir. On the surface, the author talks...

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A Someday Courtesan

A Memoir in Stories
By Sephe Haven

A Someday Courtesan: A Memoir in Stories is a work of non-fiction by Sephe Haven in the memoir and autobiographical writing subgenres. It is intended for the adult reading audience, owing to the presence of explicit sexual discussions and sensitive subject matter such as rape...

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A Schizophrenic, Tapped & Skipped

Hope In The Midst Of Madness
By J Mark Stacy

A Schizophrenic, Tapped & Skipped: Hope In The Midst Of Madness is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, inspirational and social issues subgenres. It is intended for the mature adult reading audience and was penned by author J Mark Stacy. In this harrowing, raw,...

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After All ...

A True Story
By Maria Trautman

In the epilogue of her autobiography, After All, Maria Trautman concludes that forgiveness is not about excusing behavior, such as abuse, but about “letting go” so that her “soul would be free of bitterness.” If only all victims of parental and sexual abuse could embrace...

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A Life Cycle

A Guide to Healing and Rediscovering Yourself
By Nicole Asherah

A Life Cycle: A Guide to Healing and Rediscovering Yourself by Nicole Asherah is a thoughtful, resonant collection of poems that searches the human soul to uncover depths of trauma and instill a sense of hope. The collection follows the process of renewal from an...

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An Impossible Wife

Why He Stayed: A True Story of Love, Marriage, and Mental Illness
By Rachael Siddoway

An Impossible Wife by Rachael Siddoway is a non-fiction biography from the perspective of Mitch, Sonja’s husband, and written by the daughter of Mitch and Sonja. Siddoway dives deep down into the recesses of her father’s memories and intimate connection that ties his heart to...

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