One Country Club Drive

Stories Across Three Generations of Greenskeeping
By Marty Peck

One Country Club Drive: Stories Across Three Generations of Greenskeeping is a nonfiction sports memoir written by Marty Peck. Battle Creek Country Club and the Dutch Colonial home gracing the entrance at One Country Club Drive was the home, workplace, and playground of three generations...

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Times

A Memoir of One Citizen Activist
By Lois Nicolai

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Times: A Memoir of One Citizen Activist by Lois Nicolai is a call to action to everyone who cares about our planet and the damage we are doing, especially as it relates to nuclear power and nuclear weapon proliferation. Lois Nicolai was...

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One Hit Away

A Memoir of Recovery
By Jordan P. Barnes

One Hit Away: A Memoir of Recovery by Jordan Barnes is an informative book that educates readers on addiction and addictive substances. The book is a true story of recovery based on actual events and gives hope and strength to readers who are struggling with...

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One Small Word

Surviving Childhood Abuse
By Gloria Eveleigh

One Small Word by Gloria Eveleigh is the heartrending memoir of Frankie and her journey to self-recovery after being physically and sexually abused by her father. The story reveals the traumas she suffered during childhood at the hands of Frederick, her father, describing her memory...

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Of Witches, Red Dust, and Tjwala

Stories By A Former Peace Corps Teacher In Africa
By Daniel Stantus

Have you ever visited Swaziland, or as it’s now been renamed, Eswatini? I haven’t, but I do love learning about other countries and cultures. If you share my interest, pick up a copy of this very short, thoroughly delightful memoir by Daniel Stantus: Of Witches,...

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Overcoming

By Zachary D Larson

Overcoming by Zachary D. Larson is the story of the author as he conquered the odds and lived to tell the tale. After the death of his sister, his parents divorced and his mother got custody of him and his two brothers. From there onwards,...

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Only in India

Adventures of an International Educator
By Jill Dobbe

Only in India: Adventures of an International Educator by Jill Dobbe is not the first book I have read by this author. Previously I have enjoyed her descriptions of teaching in Egypt and I was not disappointed with her stories about India. Together with her...

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One Down, Four Up

My Bikes, My Life
By Nigel M Sainsbury

Nigel Sainsbury's love affair with two-wheelers began at an early age. Long before he was street legal, he was already tinkering around with a motorized bicycle - learning to make it work and also testing its capabilities on the road with a mate as ballast....

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Operation Retrospect

A Soldier's Journal in a Veteran's Reunion
By Paul Endris

Operation Retrospect: A Soldier’s Journal in a Veteran’s Reunion by Paul Endris moved me on many levels. I loved it. The places where it reached me are many, and they are very personal, so I realize it may not move others with the same power....

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Our Baby Was Born Premature (the same way he was conceived)

By Paul Alexander

Our Baby Was Born Premature by Paul Alexander is a collection of brief anecdotes from before the baby’s birth until the author’s son was five years old, going on six. Mostly humorous, pithy remarks cover every angle of birth, baby needs, baby habits, and baby...

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