Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother

A Memoir
By Stacey Aaronson

Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother is a non-fiction memoir written by Stacey Aaronson that chronicles the life of a young mother and her daughter, the author being the daughter. Bree finds herself pregnant just after she turns sixteen, and not long after she...

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Remembering Home

By Gloria J Cunningham

Remembering Home by Gloria J Cunningham is the story of Cunningham's life, her special memories with her family, and their traditions. Growing up in North Carolina, Cunningham beautifully describes their daily routines, the hard work of her grandparents and mother, their humble home, and their...

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Redemptive Trauma

Confession of a Defrocked Priest
By David Giffen

David Giffen’s Redemptive Trauma: Confession of a Defrocked Priest is beyond words, beyond faith. It's human flesh put into pages. The number of passages in this book that spoke to me and resonated is many. Not because I’ve experienced them all, but because chaos is...

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Raccoon Love

A Memoir
By Stephen Akey

Stephen Akey's bittersweet love odyssey started with a personal ad in Village Voice, which he described as "the local precursor to today’s online dating sites." Even though he was a "gainfully employed" and "fairly good-looking" New York resident, finding love for 24-year-old Stephen could not...

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Reckless Grace

A Mother's Crash Course in Mental Illness
By Carolyn DiPasquale

Reckless Grace: A Mother's Crash Course in Mental Illness, by Carolyn DiPasquale, is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and health issues subgenres suitable for the general reading audience. The book is a mother's account of her daughter's struggles with her mental health, written...

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Raising Jess

A Story of Hope
By Vickie Rubin

Being a parent can be challenging at the best of times. Add the additional factor of a special needs child and the workload multiplies substantially, but, then again, so does the love and the inevitable learning curve that goes along with these needs. Jess was...

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Remember Your Name

By Erik G LeMoullec

Remember Your Name, by Erik G LeMoullec, relates the life story of Teddy Znamirowski and his family before and during the German occupation of Poland. Hayden, the great-granddaughter of Teddy, and her parents are on their way to celebrate Teddy’s eighty-fourth birthday. During the car...

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Relentless

Homeless Teen to Achieving the Entrepreneur Dream
By Natasha Miller

Relentless: Homeless Teen To Achieving The Entrepreneur Dream is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and inspirational subgenres. It is intended for the mature adult reading audience due to some sensitive subject matter including abuse, self-harm, and mental illness, and was penned by author...

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Risking Is Better Than Regretting

Live Without Regrets
By Cornelia E. Davis

Risking Is Better Than Regretting is a motivational memoir by Cornelia E. Davis, MD. Davis relates her decades' long experiences as a doctor in multiple countries of Asia and Africa, working on the eradication of infectious diseases on behalf of WHO and other international foundations....

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Redefining Normal

How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love
By Alexis Black

Discover how to change your perceptions and break toxic patterns in your relationships in the empowering memoir, Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness, and Love by Alexis Black. Alexis and Justin both grew up in toxic situations. Determined...

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