How Much Big Is the Sky

A Memoir of a Mother's Love and Unfathomable Loss
By Sherry Chapman

How Much Big Is The Sky: A Memoir of a Mother’s Love and Unfathomable Loss is a work of non-fiction telling the true-life tale of a mother’s grief at losing her son, and was penned by author Sherry Chapman. Unmasking the raw emotional experience of...

Come with Us to the Promised Land

A Pictorial Biblical Encounter
By Doreen Rose

Come With Us To The Promised Land: A Pictorial Biblical Encounter is a work of non-fiction focused on faith-based locations, photography and history, penned and created by author Doreen Rose. Writing in a memoir-style form of a journey that has been taken, Rose recreates her...

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St. Francis and the Christian Life

A Disorderly Parable of the Epistle to the Galatians
By April LouNora Love-Fordham

If you’ve ever asked yourself how best to lead a Christian life, you may find that St. Francis and the Christian Life: A Disorderly Parable of the Epistle to the Galatians by April Love-Fordham is for you. Author Jon M. Sweeney notes in a foreword...

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Never a Stranger

From her past in Croatia and Russia, to finding a son in Bhutan, to befriending women in Africa, one woman's stories of travel, connection, and self-discovery.
By Tania Romanov

Every now and then I come across a book that I wish everyone would read. Never a Stranger: From her past in Croatia and Russia, to finding a son in Bhutan, to befriending women in Africa, one woman’s stories of travel, connection, and self-discovery by...

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A Version of You

By April Fields

A Version of You by April Fields is a memoir that beautifully blends travel and adventure and with vivid clarity captures the experiences of a young woman who allows herself to be transformed by the experience of the road and contact with new cultures. It...

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That's Life

If I seem like an idiot, that's probably because I am
By Chris Philippe Hemingway

That's Life: If I seem like an idiot, that’s probably because I am by Chris Philippe Hemingway is a highly amusing book on life events. It contains 20 anecdotes that Hemingway encountered in real life. The book starts with the agonizing story of Hemingway sending...

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Unpredictable

The walk in and out of darkness
By Honey Kasper

Unpredictable: The walk in and out of darkness by Honey Casper is a heartrending account of the author's personal story of trauma, adversity, perseverance, courage, and strength, and how she got back her missing years and built a life surrounded by people with a positive...

Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos)

A Memoir (Act I * Greenhorn)
By Jeff Pearson

Miss Nude Canada’s Shoes (And Other Fiascos) is the first in a collection of memoir stories and recollections penned by author Jeff Pearson. In this first act of tales, entitled Greenhorn, we meet our author as he makes his way through the murky waters of...

Control

A collection of poetry
By Kara Petrovic

Control is the third collection of poems written by prolific poetess Kara Petrovic, preceded by Beyond Rock Bottom and Forget-me-not. In another deeply personal, soul-baring compilation, Petrovic delivers over two dozen free verse poems divided into three distinct sections, each titled Methods of Coping and...

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Unnatural Separations

A Brief Memoir About Spiritual Transformation in An Academic World
By Laura Clementz

What began as an extraordinary dream, while studying for her Master's Degree in philosophy, would completely change one woman's life journey. Although at first Laura Clementz tried to ignore the reoccurring dream, its powerful message was too overwhelming. Over the coming years, the author was...

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