And Then There Were Three

Sixty-Seven Letters to Sasha
By Julia G. Fox

And Then There Were Three: Sixty-Seven Letters to Sasha by Julia G. Fox is a fascinating book. My fascination lies in both the author’s presentation of the material and her style. Rather than take the more traditional, novel-like approach to her memoir of three people...

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A Camino of the Soul

Learning to Listen When the Universe Whispers
By Katharine Elliott

A Camino of the Soul: Learning to Listen When the Universe Whispers is a non-fiction inspirational memoir written by Katharine Elliott. The author and her husband were successful hotel executives who seemed to have the perfect life. Their home overlooked the Puget Sound, they could...

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Around the World in 80 Tales

80 travel stories, 25 countries, 5 continents, one heck of a ride!
By Dave Tomlinson

Around the World in 80 Tales by Dave Tomlinson is an exciting travel book for readers who love traveling and exploring new destinations. Each journey is an adventure and each adventure has its own story to tell. The author takes readers to 25 countries across...

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A Flight Without Wings

My Experience With Heaven
By Brian McLaughlin

A Flight Without Wings: My Experience with Heaven is a non-fiction memoir written by Brian McLaughlin. The author was on vacation in Mexico in 1993 when he sustained massive head trauma. He was in a comatose state as the doctors were working on him in...

Abbey Girls

By Valerie Behan, Mary Behan

Abbey Girls by Valerie Behan and Mary Behan is a non-fiction memoir that will take you back in time and give you an uncharted look at Ireland in the 1960s. Although this might seem like an ordinary memoir, it really is not at all. Imagine...

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A Love Story...How God Pursued Me and Found Me

An Impossibly True Story
By Samantha Ryan Chandler

Life and the act of living one's life is hard work. It has its ups and downs, its joys and its sorrows. And then there are the tragedies, the evil that attacks us all in one way or another. But, no matter how hard life...

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A Movable Marriage

A Memoir
By Tricia Pimental

A Movable Marriage: A Memoir is a non-fiction travel memoir written by Tricia Pimental. The author was a Brooklyn born and bred native who made her first definitive move when she purchased an airline ticket for the West Coast. She settled in Los Angeles where...

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Animals Don't Blush

By David R. Gross

Animals Don't Blush is a non-fiction memoir written by David R. Gross. The author was in his last semester of veterinary school when he saw the posted notice on the student locker room bulletin board at the teaching hospital. There was an opening for an...

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A Fauxtographer's Yankee Stadium Memoir

By Arnie "Tokyo" Rosenthal

A Fauxtographer's Yankee Stadium Memoir is a non-fiction photographic essay written by Arnie "Tokyo" Rosenthal. The author grew up loving baseball, and his first trip to Yankee Stadium at the age of six was a profound experience. As a young man, he got the opportunity...

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