Being Selfish

My Journey from Escort to Monk to Grandmother
By Sarah Marshank

Being Selfish: My Journey from Escort to Monk to Grandmother is Sarah Marshank’s memoir about her spiritual and physical journey to find answers to life’s most burning questions. Who is God? What is religion? Is sex an instrument of love? Should it only be shared...

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Born for Life: A Midwife's Story

By Julie Watson

Born for Life: A Midwife’s Story is a non-fiction memoir written by Julie Watson. The author knew by the time she was ten years old that she wanted to be a nurse. There were other career options that she had considered and dismissed as she...

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Bracing For Impact

True Tales of Air Disasters and the People Who Survived Them
By Robin Suerig Holleran,Lindy Philip

“A tsunami of nausea from the painkillers washed over me,” is just one example of the riveting descriptions in Bracing for Impact: True Tales of Air Disasters and the People Who Survived Them. It’s an interesting book of stories told by survivors of air disasters....

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Beyond Embarrassment

Reclaiming Your Life with Neurogenic Bladder and Bowel
By JoAnne Lake

Beyond Embarrassment: Reclaiming Your Life with Neurogenic Bladder and Bowel by JoAnne Lake and 'bio-sleuth' Julia Parker is JoAnne’s honest and open story and her will to succeed in spite of having to face physical and medical challenges. JoAnne’s story will encourage medical practitioners to...

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Bait and Switch

Life With a Two-Faced Narcissist
By Lisa Carlson

Wow! Just wow! How's that for a review? Well, that's what I found myself saying as I finished the last page of author Lisa Carlson's book, Bait and Switch: Life with a Two-Faced Narcissist. A true life story so interesting that it reads like fiction,...

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Broken Places

A Memoir of Abuse
By Rachel Thompson

Broken Places by Rachel Thompson is a very descriptive, well-written memoir of abuse. Broken Places is a collection of non-fiction essays, short stories, and poetry. Author Rachel Thompson has a well-developed vocabulary for describing one of the worst experiences of her life — sexual abuse...

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Bipolar

The Sacred Dance
By Jessica M. Roberge

In Bipolar: The Sacred Dance by Jessica M. Roberge, we get an intimate glimpse at the inner workings of a bipolar mind. After finishing her paralegal studies and embarking on a career, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2002 at the age of twenty....

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Britain at War 1939 to 1945

What Was Life Like During the War?
By James Lingard

Britain at War 1939 to 1945: What Was Life Like During the War? by James Lingard is a chronicle of the second World War through the eyes of a British (universal) citizen of the period 1939 to 45. It begins with the discernible preparations for...

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Blood on the Ice

Based on a True Story of Courage and Determination in the Face of Great Tragedy
By Steve Novak

Imagine being a little boy with missing parents and a missing brother. Now imagine that those family members had been on a small plane piloted by your father in terrible weather conditions. What would you think? How would you feel? That is exactly the story...

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Being There

A Daughter's Voice for her Father's Silence
By Aimi Medina

Being There, a memoir of a physically and mentally deteriorating father, has been captured on paper with love and empathy clearly seen in the writings of author Aimi Medina. It is the memoir of Medina’s father Leonard, who in his early eighties suffers from senile...

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