From Tibet to Egypt

Early Travels After a Late Start
By Jeremiah A. Gilbert

A desire to visit the seven continents seems to be the motivation behind From Tibet To Egypt. Jeremiah A. Gilbert details each of his unique trips starting from an enterprising trip to Tibet, visiting monasteries of note, and taking beautiful pictures along the way. Soon...

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From the Flood

A Memoir
By Suzanne Jones

Suzanne Jones was six years old when Tropical Storm Agnes swept up the east coast and morphed into an extratropical cyclone, dropping nineteen inches of rain on the Susquehanna River Valley in Northern Pennsylvania in less than a day. Rivers and streams overflowed their banks...

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Fractured

A Memoir
By Jenny Brooks

In Fractured: A Memoir by Jenny Brooks, Jenny struggled with loneliness during her childhood and hungered to be embraced and connected to somebody. She was so much younger than her classmates and did not have friends. Jenny was only 11 years old when her grandmother...

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Fall In, Fall Out

The Dogface Years
By Joseph Crew

When Joseph Crew learned that his twin brother Dick was sworn into the army on March 12, 1958, he deliberated whether to stay at home and keep his girlfriend or join Dick in the army and escape the crumbling situation at home. Seventeen-year-old Joseph chose...

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Finding the Source

One Man’s Quest for Healing in West Africa
By Dave Kobrenski

It’s not often I pick up a memoir and find that what I’ve read is not only an engrossing story but a fascinating and most unexpected education. Dave Kobrenski, the author of Finding the Source, managed to keep me thoroughly entertained by his unpretentious approach to...

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From Auschwitz with Love

The Inspiring Memoir of Two Sisters' Survival, Devotion and Triumph
By Daniel Seymour

The Holocaust is one of the most bloody events in history. Although one cannot begin to imagine the extent of physical hardships and mental trauma the victims went through in those concentration camps, From Auschwitz with Love by Daniel Seymour attempts to look into the...

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Flight

Notes on the Out-of-Body Experience
By Nancy Stephan

Flight: Notes on the Out-of-Body Experience by Nancy Stephan is a metaphysical memoir detailing the author's multiple conscious and unconscious OBEs. The book begins with Stephan describing her earlier life and the Christian cornerstone that has shaped her. Her first OBE is a turning point...

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Finding Joe Adams

Overcoming Great Odds A Son Searches For His Father
By Joe Field

Finding Joe Adams: Overcoming Great Odds A Son Searches For His Father is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and family relationships subgenres. It is presented in audiobook format for the general reading audience and was penned by author Joe Field with narration by...

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Future Widow

Losing My Husband, Saving My Family, and Finding My Voice
By Jenny Lisk

On a Friday evening, Jenny Lisk's husband confesses to her that he's been feeling a little dizzy lately. Within two weeks after this event, Jenny would become his full-time caregiver. In this raw debut memoir, Jenny Lisk offers insight into her role as caregiver to...

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Funny Face

A Memoir
By Peggi Davis

Funny Face is a compelling, hilarious, and profoundly educative narrative that reveals different stages of Peggi Davis' active life: the excitement and eagerness of youth, the challenges and thrills of being a stepmother while juggling a colorful career with creating happy memories with friends, and...

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