Leadershit

Tales & Tools to Survive a Bad Boss & Have Fun at Work
By Jake Brown

Leadershit: Tales & Tools to Survive a Bad Boss & Have Fun at Work by Jake Brown is an interesting and informative read emphasizing problematic bosses at the office. The book involves stories from Brown’s career illustrating the demoralizing situations encountered under bad leadership. It...

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Love Heals All Wounds

A Roadmap from Fear to Unlimited Possibilities
By Linda F Kent

Love Heals All Wounds by Linda F. Kent is a self-help memoir that guides readers on a journey of healing from fear and trauma. The author shares her personal experiences, including her childhood as a sensitive kid, the loss of her brother, father, and son,...

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Letters to Evelyn

By John Selman

Letters to Evelyn by John Selman is an extraordinary memoir that transcends the boundaries of traditional storytelling, weaving together themes of love, trauma, redemption, and cosmic exploration. Selman's narrative unfolds through a series of letters, poems, and reflections that offer a deeply personal and emotionally...

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Lessons Earned

Vignettes of a Journey to Forty
By Nicole Ricci

Lessons Earned: Vignettes of a Journey to Forty is a work of non-fiction in the self-help, memoir, and inspirational genres. Penned by author Nicole Ricci, this is a raw and introspective memoir that delves into the author's experiences and life lessons as she navigates the...

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Little Boy, I Know Your Name

A Second-Generation Memoir from Inherited Holocaust Trauma
By Mitchell Raff

Little Boy, I Know Your Name: A Second-Generation Memoir from Inherited Holocaust Trauma by Mitchell Raff is an insightful, heartwrenching story of the author's life. Mitchell's father and mother both endured the unspeakable evils perpetuated on the Jews during the Holocaust. This left them ill-equipped...

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Lost the Plot

Finding Our Story in a Confusing World
By David S. Wisener

In his theological memoir Lost the Plot: Finding Our Story in a Confusing World, David S. Wisener takes a hard look into the dynamics of family, faith, and identity, examining the influence of genetics, life experiences, and ancestral traumas on shaping opinions and beliefs. Through...

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Lies & Cigars, Magazines & Pocketbooks

A Little Bit of Everything (Heartbreak Dreams)
By Kody Christiansen

In the memoir Lies & Cigars, Magazines & Pocketbooks, Kody Christiansen's life stages are told through a series of writings, poems, and reflections in a multitude of literary and art formats. Returning to Texas after a decade, the author confronts his past and embraces sobriety,...

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Lessons Learned

From the Short Stories of My Life
By Laurie Koss

In Lessons Learned: From the Short Stories of My Life by Laurie Koss, the author learned that her family was dysfunctional by the stories she heard while she was growing up. She also realized that being dysfunctional wasn’t necessarily a bad thing. Laurie and her...

Lipstick on a Pig

By Rebecca Butt

Lipstick on a Pig is a relatable and inspirational memoir by Rebecca Butt about growing up in a tough societal and familial environment deprived of basic human emotion and care, but with a strong will for self-preservation and hope for a better future. Rebecca, or...

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Loose on the Landscape

An Ecologist Looks for Meaning in the Wildest Places
By Joel Everett Harding

Loose on the Landscape by Joel Everett Harding is a breathtaking journey into the heart of nature, a mesmerizing blend of personal experiences and ecological insights. This creatively written memoir weaves a tapestry of adventure, reflection, and a profound appreciation for the natural world. Readers...

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