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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Singing the Land

A Rural Chronology
By Chila Woychik

Singing the Land: A Rural Chronology by Chila Woychik is a chronological collection of poetic year-in-the life essays about life on an Iowan farm. The author covers a kaleidoscope of experiences in the heartland, from rainstorms to farm animals to wild animals to snowstorms and...

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Beyond Color

Will This Day Be My Last?
By DJ Jordan

Beyond Color: Will This Day Be My Last? is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and biographical sub-genres, and was penned by author DJ Jordan. In this harrowing and heartfelt real-life story, we learn about the incredible and heart-breaking experiences of the life of...

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Joy

The Journey of an Autistic from the Lost Generation
By Rebecca Evanko

Joy: The Journey of an Autistic from the Lost Generation by Rebecca Evanko is an engaging memoir that chronicles the author's journey from that of being abandoned at the age of 15, to being a high school dropout, to being suicidal, ostracism, loneliness, and shame...

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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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All the Silent Spaces

A Memoir
By Christine Ristaino

All the Silent Spaces: A Memoir by Christine Ristaino is the author's story after being attacked in the parking lot and her road to self-recovery. She speaks about the immediate aftermath of the attack; how her children were witness to the attack and watched her...

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Fun With Sailboats

By Peter Brennan

Fun With Sailboats by Peter Brennan is about the author's interest in sailing that began at the age of nine when he was introduced to it by his dad. He speaks about his first Styrofoam sailboat and how the family would use it when they...

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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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Turkey Terror At My Door!

Misadventures & Memoirs of a Middle-Aged Man
By Don Ake

Turkey Terror At My Door! Misadventures & Memoirs of a Middle-Aged Man is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and comedic sub-genres and was penned by author Don Ake. A light-hearted romp through life with funny observations and bizarre but true situations, this is...

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14 Days in May

A farewell to my father, a man who should have died sixty years ago. A true story.
By Arthur van den Elzen

Some memoirs seem destined to impact other people’s lives with an intensity far beyond the mere recording of the various family memories involved. Such is 14 Days in May, Arthur van den Elzen’s eloquent memorial to his father, Ad van den Elzen, a Dutchman born...

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