Journey of a Twelve -Year–Old, To a Woman of God

By Mary Heyward Munn

Journey of a Twelve-Year-Old, To a Woman of God is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by Mary Heyward Munn. The book follows the growth of the author both physically and spiritually...

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Just Another Square Dance Caller

Authorized Biography of Marshall Flippo
By Larada Horner-Miller

Just Another Square Dance Caller by Larada Horner-Miller is the authorized biography of Marshall Flippo, a man who did so much more than provide dance step instructions in fluid succession. At nearly 800 pages, Horner-Miller does an intensely deep dive into the person, the profession,...

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Journey Into The Kingdom Of God

A True Story That Could Happen To Anyone!
By David Soloman

Journey Into The Kingdom Of God is a work of religious non-fiction by David Soloman. Raised with his nine siblings in the woods of Northern Maine with bears as neighbors, David was always determined to break free from a life of poverty. As a child,...

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Joy

The Story of a Dolphin Trainer, Filmmaker, and Cancer Survivor
By Joy Clausen Soto

If there’s ever been a champion of turning lemons into lemonade, it must be Joy Clausen Soto in her unforgettable memoir Joy: The Story of a Dolphin Trainer, Filmmaker, and Cancer Survivor—and now to be added, successful author. “Joy” is aptly titled because it is...

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Joy

The Journey of an Autistic from the Lost Generation
By Rebecca Evanko

Joy: The Journey of an Autistic from the Lost Generation by Rebecca Evanko is an engaging memoir that chronicles the author's journey from that of being abandoned at the age of 15, to being a high school dropout, to being suicidal, ostracism, loneliness, and shame...

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Just the Way He Walked

A Mother's Story of Healing and Hope
By Kathleen Pooler

Just the Way He Walked: A Mother's Story of Healing and Hope by Kathleen Pooler is a heartbreaking, heartwarming story of a woman who has to deal with divorce, illness, and her beloved son's addiction. It is one of the most beautiful stories of a...

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JUMP!

An epic travel and soul adventure
By Lenerd Louw

Jump!: An epic travel and soul adventure is a work of non-fiction in the form of a memoir and was penned by author Lenerd Louw. The book begins at what may, for some people, seem like the end of a life’s work and achievements, when...

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Junk Sale

Stories & Essays
By Patrick Lombardi

Italian-born author Patrick Lombardi is distinctly his own voice. He writes with a mixture of acerbity and sharp humor in Junk Sale: Stories & Essays, his collection of essays and short stories. This anthology introduces us to a world that Lombardi inhabits where one cannot...

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Jumping the Curb

By Gail Desberg

Jumping the Curb: One Family's Journey through a Catastrophic Injury by Gail Desberg is the story of a tragedy that leaves the head of a family paralyzed and the agony the family has to deal with. Told with brutal honesty and in prose that is...

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Jocie

Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist
By Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg

Jocie: Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist by Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg is a non-fiction memoir about Jocie’s life experiences, both in her personal and her civil and work life. After a brief introduction, the book is divided into sections revolving around specific areas of...

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