Rebecca's Journey

Memoir of a Young Girl Fleeing Antisemitism in Russia
By Regina Gershman

In this moving memoir, Regina Gershman tells her story as a young girl who, with her family, escaped the persecution of the Jewish community by the former Soviet Union. Rebecca's Journey follows Rebecca since she was ten years old, living with her parents and siblings...

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Runaway Train

The Story of a Lapsed Salvation Army Girl Who Found True Love With an Alcoholic Street Kid
By Krista Cambers

In her memoir Runaway Train, Krista Cambers tells of her childhood growing up with divorced parents who were both in the Salvation Army. She admits she was a difficult child, shy, bullied at school, and with very low self-esteem. She battled with a situation in...

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Reconstructing Reality

Outsmarting the Brain to Rewrite Our Life Stories
By Amy L. Rosner

In Reconstructing Reality: Outsmarting The Brain To Rewrite Our Life Stories, Amy L. Rosner shows how our brains are always doing their best to protect us from so much, including trauma, stress, pain, and fear. Sometimes, this can cause us to overreact to certain situations....

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Run of the Leopard Dogs

How I Escaped Terror, Insanity, Suicide, and a Deranged South Texas Tyrant
By R. H. Edgington

Run of the Leopard Dogs: How I Escaped Terror, Insanity, Suicide, and a Deranged South Texas Tyrant is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, autobiography, and slice-of-life subgenres. It is suitable for the mature adult reading audience due to some upsetting content concerning death,...

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Round the Twist

Memoir of a Young Colon Cancer Survivor
By Lisa Febre

Round The Twist: Memoir Of A Young Colon Cancer Survivor is written by Lisa Febre, a musician who wrote as a hobby and felt what she believed were the normal cramps that people feel when they need to relieve themselves or during the cycle of...

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Ring the Bell

By EC Stilson

Ring the Bell by EC Stilson is a memoir of the author’s cancer journey. People often take the luxury of living for granted, being too caught up with things in life that don’t end up mattering that much in the bigger picture. But that’s life;...

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Ride Or Die

Loving Through Tragedy, A Husband's Memoir
By Jarie Bolander

Caregivers of those fighting terminal illnesses go through a lot and almost always stay behind the scenes. As practice shows, it is especially hard for men. Silent heroes, they don't ask for praise for their self-sacrifices. Ride or Die by Jarie Bolander is a story...

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Reggie

Whodunit (Mini Tales Collection By Reggie)
By Reginald P. Howard

Have you ever thought how hectic the Saturday baseball matches would become if your five kids were on five different teams? You might have a sneaky feeling that your kids are up to something, but you can’t quite put your finger on it. Now you...

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Resilient

By Katherine Turner

Resilient by Katherine Turner recounts the life of a woman named Katherine. Katherine's parents struggled with addiction and mental health issues, which led to neglect and abuse in her childhood. On her last day of first grade, Katherine's parents' unhappy relationship reached a boiling point,...

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Raven and the Hummingbird

A Healing Path to Recovery from Multiple Personality Disorder
By Renate Caldwell

In the non-fiction work Raven and the Hummingbird, Renate Caldwell chronicles the therapeutic process undertaken with a patient named Joan who suffered from Multiple Personality Disorder consequent to severe childhood abuse. To mitigate the effects of her trauma, Joan resorted to various identities, allowing her...

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