Craft Star

Things I Learned In The Craft Business
By Marisha Manning

Craft Star by Marisha Manning is a unique memoir of one woman’s struggle to create a successful handicraft business. Compiled from a manuscript and mementos discovered by her daughter, Marisa’s story begins with memories of her father’s illness. This is followed by a touching tribute...

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Cheetah On The Wing 2

The Mental Ramifications of Solitary Confinement
By Mitchell Krautant

In Cheetah on The Wing 2: The Mental Ramifications of Solitary Confinement, Mitchell Krautant, a former Marines Force Reconnaissance platoon soldier, takes readers through his experience during unjust solitary confinement in prison, his education, being homeless, to finding God and becoming a spiritual warrior. While...

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Cover My Dreams in Ink

A Son's Unbearable Solitude, A Mother's Unending Quest
By Jessie Dunleavy

America's drug crisis surfaces in the most traumatic way for mother and activist Jessie Dunleavy, who takes us into the harrowing world of addiction as she grapples with her son Paul's dependence in Cover My Dreams in Ink: A Son's Unbearable Solitude, a Mother's Unending...

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Canaries Can't Cry

Living with Two Flags in One Heart
By Antonia Burgato

From the very start of this quasi-autobiographical work, Antonia Burgato shows her deep love for the island of Sansego, surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, which was not only her birthplace but also her childhood home. Her intimate acquaintance with the place is told in such...

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Cheetah on the Wing 1

Military History and Downfall
By Mitchell Krautant

Cheetah on the Wing: Military History and Downfall by Mitchell Krautant is an engrossing memoir that will delight fans of the military genre. But there is more to it than that. It is the story of an interesting character who suffers under an unfair and...

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Confessions of an Investigative Reporter

By Matthew Schwartz

Confessions of an Investigative Reporter by Matthew Schwartz is the memoir of a well-known TV newscaster. Schwartz worked in both large markets and small, generally broadcasting stories that exposed, as he puts it, “bad actors or practices.” The 41 well-written chapters mostly recall specific stories...

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Conversations With the Past

How to Let Go of the Past, Redefine Your Present, and Create a Positive Future
By Aura Imbarus PhD

Born and raised under the Communist regime in Sibiu, Romania before relocating to the United States, Dr. Aura Imbarus shares her personal journey to enlightenment. When she was the victim of a car accident, it was her wake up call to discover her true purpose...

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Church Sweet Home

A Renovation to Warm the Soul
By Monica Lee

Church Sweet Home: A Renovation to Warm the Soul by Monica Lee is the non-fiction memoir of the author's time spent renovating a one-hundred-plus-year-old abandoned Methodist church into a place for her and her husband Tyler to live. Monica had long had an inkling that...

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Close Enough to Perfect

a true story of love, grief, resilience, and spirit
By Christine Noyes

Close Enough to Perfect: A true story of love, grief, resilience, and spirit is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and autobiographical sub-genres of writing and was penned by author Christine Noyes. As the title suggests, this very emotive work explores the tumultuous life...

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Choosing Life

My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima
By Leslie A. Sussan

Choosing Life: My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima by Leslie A. Sussan is a memoir and biography about the author's father, Herbert Sussan, who was tasked in 1946 by the US military to film the horrible after-effects of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki...

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