Learning to Love Myself

A Memoir of Recovery and Self-discovery After Abuse
By Viga Boland

Learning to Love Myself: A Memoir of Recovery and Self-discovery After Abuse is a non-fiction memoir written by Viga Boland. It is the second book in Boland's No Tears for My Father memoir series. The author's father physically abused her and her mother when she...

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Learning to Float

Memoir of a Caregiver-Husband
By Allan Ament

Learning to Float by Allan Ament is a beautiful and insightful memoir about the author’s experiences as a caregiver to his wife after she experiences a stroke. Deloris, Allan’s wife of eighteen years, suffered a stroke in 2005. The memoir chronicles the challenges of turning...

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Leftover People

A Journey Through Post-Rock & Roll America
By Brent Jensen

Leftover People is the sequel to No Sleep 'til Sudbury and captures the zeitgeist of the road trip Canadian author Brent Jensen takes to unleash his first book upon an unwary US public. He has an unlikely accomplice and guide in Christopher Long, a native...

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Life of Irrational Choices

By Apoorv Vishnoi

Life of Irrational Choices is an inspirational memoir and self-help book written by Apoorv Vishnoi. The author shares his life chart with the reader, showing the high and low points of his life from the age of 5 through 30 years. Then he shares his...

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Like A Lily Among Thorns

Colonial African Village Child Transitions To Post-Colonial Modernity, And America
By Inno Chukuma Onwueme

Like A Lily Among Thorns by Inno Chukuma Onwueme is a true life narration of a man's incredible journey from childhood to adulthood and from Africa to America and then back. Born into a poor Nigerian village family, nothing had come easy for Onwueme. His...

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Loveyoubye

Holding Fast, Letting Go, and Then There's the Dog
By Rossandra White

Loveyoubye: Holding Fast, Letting Go, and Then There's the Dog by Rossandra White is a beautiful memoir that revolves around the author's story of loss. Rossandra White finds her world crumbling when her husband of twenty-five years walks out on her without any explanation. She...

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Leaving Little Havana

A Memoir of Miami's Cuban Ghetto
By Cecilia M. Fernandez

Cecilita is a young Cuban girl who born in the years leading up to Castro’s takeover of the country. Never truly understanding (as a child anyway) what was happening in her beloved country, she grows to the age of six in a world in turmoil....

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Living Through The Pain - The Lonely Me

The Lonely Me
By Cathy A Kurtz

Living Through the Pain - The Lonely Me is a harrowing story. Losing her mother, father, brother and sister-in-law in an aircraft accident was just the start for 16-year-old Cathy Kurtz. The fact that she should have been on the aircraft and the subsequent 'why...

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Love! Laugh! Panic!

Life with My Mother
By Rosemary P. Mild

Love! Laugh! Panic! by Rosemary Mild is a delightful memoir about life with a vibrant but controlling Jewish mother. The author's mother was a talented journalist who had high expectations for her two children. The author, Rosemary, was a child who had a very difficult...

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Love Doesn't Die

By Angela Brent-Harris

Love Doesn't Die is three charming books in one - a primer on life in Jamaica through the eyes of a child growing up on a sun-kissed island paradise; a memoir of Brent-Harris’ father; and a small sampling of heartwarming poems by Brent-Harris, offering homespun...

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