Cuba, Your Children Cry/ Cuba, tus hijos lloran

By Otto H Iglesias

Cuba, Your Children Cry/ Cuba, tus hijos lloran by Otto H. Iglesias is a memoir about one man’s journey to connect with his origins. Otto was born in Florida in the 1970s. He was always enthralled by his parents’ stories about their life in Cuba...

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Canela con Miel y Clavos Cinnamon with Honey and Nails

A Collection of Words--Sum True
By Dr. Robert J Woodbine

Canela con Miel y Clavos: Cinnamon with Honey and Nails is an introspective anthology of poems, short stories, personal anecdotes, and an essay by Dr. Robert J. Woodbine. Born in Queens, New York, to two Caribbean immigrants, Robert was still a child when he was...

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Cracks of Destruction

A Daughter's Search for Home
By Sherrie Lancaster

Cracks of Destruction: A Daughter's Search for Home is a work in the autobiography, family issues, and emotional memoir subgenres. It is best suited to mature adult readers owing to themes of domestic violence, death, abandonment, and trauma. Penned by Sherrie Lancaster, this harrowing and...

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Confessions of a Surgeon

A Deeper Cut
By Paul A. Ruggieri MD

Confessions of a Surgeon: A Deeper Cut is a memoir by Paul A. Ruggieri, MD. Years of practicing medicine take their toll on physicians and especially surgeons. The steady flow of patients and their needs contribute to a surgeon’s burnout each day. Yet, despite their...

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Crossing Fifty-One

Not Quite a Memoir
By Debbie Russell

Debbie Russell's Crossing Fifty-One: Not Quite a Memoir is a touching reflection on familial history that doubles as a personal exploration of the author's own identity. The book follows Russell's journey as she faces her father's terminal illness, exploring her ancestry as a means of...

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Chasing the Daylight

One Woman's Journey to Becoming a US Army Intelligence Officer
By JoAnna Rakowski

Chasing the Daylight: One Woman’s Journey to Becoming a US Army Intelligence Officer by JoAnna Rakowski is an up-close, in-your-face memoir of the struggles of a young Polish immigrant trying to find her place in America, after moving there when she married an American. JoAnna...

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Coming Full Circle

Healing Trauma Using Psychedelics
By Shannon Duncan

Coming Full Circle: Healing Trauma Using Psychedelics by Shannon Duncan is a detailed guide to experimenting with various psychedelic substances. Even though purchasing, possessing, or supplying psychedelics is illegal in most countries, the potential of psychedelics to help heal emotional trauma cannot be denied. This...

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Cong Catchers

A Soldier's Memories of Vietnam
By Lee Halverson

Cong Catchers: A Soldier's Memories of Vietnam is a memoir by Lee Halverson, a former U.S. Army infantryman who served in the Vietnam War from 1969 to 1970. The book provides a personal account of Halverson's experiences during his almost year-long tour of duty in...

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Curious

Are My Stories About Morals?
By Peggy Jo Henry

Curious: Are My Stories About Morals? by Peggy Jo Henry is a collection of short stories and poems. The book touches on Peggy’s life and how bipolar disorder has affected it. She bares all in her book, from her most intimate thoughts ranging from...

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Carpet Fit For A King

By MK Lynn

MK Lynn blends her faith journey with reassuring biblical teachings and offers practical wisdom for personal and business growth in her work Carpet Fit for a King. Growing up in a family business, Lynn learned the value of business ownership from her father. Later, she...

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