Aim Higher

Turning the Storms of My Past into My Biggest Accomplishments
By Haifa Blanchard

Aim Higher: Turning the Storms of my Past into My Biggest Accomplishments by Haifa Blanchard is the author's personal story about resilience, hope, determination, courage, and strength. The author's inward journey to rebuild her faith and life, and the meaningful lessons that life taught her...

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Always Coming Back Home

An Emotional Tale of Love, Adventure, Tragedy and Hope
By Ashley Bugge

Always Coming Back Home: An Emotional Tale of Love, Adventure, Tragedy and Hope by Ashley Bugge is the story of Ashley and Brian as they navigate life and overcome hardships one day at a time. Brian loved his job in the Navy, he took pride...

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A BONZA Life

The Story of a Baby Boomer
By Brian Murphy

A Bonza Life is a work of non-fiction written in the format of an autobiography by author Brian Murphy. As the title suggests, there is a strong influence of Australian culture on the life of the author, but the book also seeks to define and...

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A Rock and a Hard Place

An American Geologist's Adventures in Africa
By George Zelt, PhD

A Rock and a Hard Place is a memoir chronicling the experiences of author George Zelt as a geologist in mostly Southern Africa in the 1970s. The title plays on several different facets of its meaning. For academic purposes, he turns over a fair amount...

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A Version of You

By April Fields

A Version of You by April Fields is a memoir that beautifully blends travel and adventure and with vivid clarity captures the experiences of a young woman who allows herself to be transformed by the experience of the road and contact with new cultures. It...

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And the Oscar Goes To.....

By Lara Solovay

Lara Solovay, the author of And the Oscar Goes To....., shares her harrowing tale as she discovers the love and light of a higher power. The book begins simply enough with details about the day of her birth. But the story grows grim as our...

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Anything But Pink

On Becoming a Cancer Survivor
By Renée Keel, Ron Keel

Anything But Pink: On Becoming a Cancer Survivor by Renée and Ron Keel is a candid and profound memoir detailing the journey following a breast cancer diagnosis. In December 2016, Renée Keel was diagnosed with a type of breast cancer known as Invasive Ductal Carcinoma...

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A Light in the Darkness

Transcending Chronic Illness through the Power of Art and Attitude
By Lisa A. Sniderman

A Light in the Darkness: Transcending Chronic Illness through the Power of Art and Attitude is a memoir by Lisa A. Sniderman, an award-winning singer-songwriter, artist, and playwright. Sniderman was diagnosed in 2008 with a rare, incurable autoimmune disease called dermatomyositis (DM). Just as she...

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Are These My Hands Now?

Aging and Me
By Rochelle Turoff Mucha

As we get older and move into the twilight years, we notice radical changes not only in our bodies but in our minds. Many of us may not have a parent alive to ask many of those important questions. In Are These My Hands Now?...

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Accidental Activist

Justice for the Groveland Four
By Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Accidental Activist: Justice For The Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman is about a case in 1949, in Groveland, Florida, where a white 17-year-old young woman had falsely accused four young African-American men of rape. In 2015, Josh, a 21-year-old University of Florida...

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