A Jar of Fireflies

A Memoir of Growing Up in the South
By Jane Gragg Lewis

In Jane Gragg Lewis’s A Jar of Fireflies: A Memoir of Growing Up in the South, we follow Jane Gragg Lewis from early childhood through college and into adulthood. Her memories in the form of short stories are sometimes delightful and sometimes sad, sometimes funny...

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A Mother's Dance

A Memoir, One Step Back, Two Steps Forward, Full Circle
By Pattie Welek Hall

When a memoir has earned 77 5-star reviews on Amazon, along with several awards, one has to wonder what sets A Mother's Dance by Pattie Welek Hall apart from the bulk of memoirs...one of the least popular genres with both readers and publishers. How has...

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Ad Majorem

A Gay Man's Spiritual Testament
By Tom Beattie

Ad Majorem: A Gay Man's Spiritual Testament is a non-fiction memoir written by Tom Beattie. Ignatius of Loyola had been Tom's imaginary friend as he was growing up. Tom was not big on learning Catechism and the like in school, and his flunking religion would...

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Always in Fashion

By Bert Geiger

Have you ever heard of Bert Geiger? If you are a fashionista, Always in Fashion by Bert Geiger was written just for you. Ever since Albert ‘Bert’ Anthony Geiger, Jr was a child, he was fashion conscious. He would consult those around him about their...

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Abandoned by the Vatican

My Clandestine Journey to Support Secret Priests Behind the Iron Curtain
By Jack Doherty

Fascinating and horrifying historical information, within the context of a memoir by Jack Doherty, abounds in his work, Abandoned by the Vatican: My Clandestine Journey to Support Secret Priests Behind the Iron Curtain. From the first page through the last, the author presents an intriguing,...

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Acceptance Is Not Surrender

A Little Girl, an Old Man and One Man’s Story of Hope
By William S Sutherland

“I promised myself that if I ever got through this, I’d write a book for people who, like me, went searching for answers and couldn’t find them.” Acceptance Is Not Surrender: A Little Girl, an Old Man and One Man’s Story of Hope by William...

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Am I Going To Be Okay?

Weathering the Storms Of Mental Illness, Addiction and Grief
By Debra Whittam

Am I Going To Be Okay? Weathering the Storms Of Mental Illness, Addiction and Grief by Debra Whittam is an uplifting and thought-provoking story about how children can be affected by growing up in dysfunctional families; how addiction and mental illnesses affect kids during their...

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Affairytale

A Memoir
By C.J. English

Affairytale: A Memoir by C.J. English is a raw and real story of a woman who was living an unsatisfactory married life with a husband she didn’t love. When she got pregnant with her daughter, Dani, C.J. knew that she had to marry Levi for...

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A Woman of Vision

A True Story of Courage, Determination, and Vivid Blindness
By Joanna Rivera Stark

To say that A Woman Of Vision: A True Story of Courage, Determination, and Vivid Blindness by Joanna Rivera Stark is anything less than an experience worth treasuring would be the understatement of the century. Having lived a life of over ninety years, Betty knew...

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Alabama Blue

A Southern Gothic Memoir
By Toni K Pacini

As someone who runs memoir writing workshops, I've always maintained that a memoir, just like fiction, needs dialogue to reveal character, move the story along quickly and sustain reader interest. In Alabama Blue, Toni K. Pacini has shown that isn’t always true. Hence, I’m still...