This is Yakutat

Yaakwdaat Aya
By Kadashan

Bertrand J. Adams Sr., also known as Kadashan, is Tlingit Indian through and through. He was born in Sitka, Alaska, into this vibrant community. This Is Yakutat provides a brief background into Kadashan before going into multiple short stories that show the daily life of...

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Celebrity Sadhana

Or How to Meditate With a Hammer (1) (The Paparazzo Poet Meditations)
By Vijay R. Nathan

Celebrity Sadhana or How to Meditate with a Hammer by Vijay R. Nathan is book one in the poetry series, The Paparazzo Poet Meditations. The compilation comprises three parts: Pathways to the Breeze, The Veil Between, and How to Meditate with a Hammer, with a...

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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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The Marlin

A Couple, Their Boat, Fishing, an Improbable Strike
By Joseph Riden

If the incisiveness of short stories is as fascinating for you as it is for me, then you cannot resist Joseph Riden's The Marlin. This concise but very meaningful tale is not long, but it is remarkable both for its message and for the richness...

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True Tales of a Traveller

The Long Way Home
By Alix Lee

The Long Way Home is the third installment in the True Tales of a Traveller series by Alix Lee. Described as a non-fictional work on the author’s travels in the early 1980s in Europe, its focus on relationships and romance reads like a memoir. Alix...

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Happiness, Anxiety, and Writing

Using Your Creativity To Live A Calmer, Happier Life (Writing As A Second Career)
By L. M. Lilly

A vivid imagination when you are a creative person is a vital component to your personality, but when that spills into your personal life it can cause distress and anxiety. Throughout this comprehensive guide, Happiness, Anxiety, and Writing by Lisa M Lilly, you will not...

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True Tales of a Traveller

Goodbye Sinai
By Alix Lee

True Tales of a Traveller: Goodbye Sinai by Alix Lee takes us on a journey to early 1980s Israel, where he works at several kibbutzim or communal villages. He meets people who have also come from other countries to work at kibbutzim as well. Several...

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I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures

By Gerry Lites Watkins

The stories contained in I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures read like vignettes or cultural and historical time capsules. In the first story, the author, Gerry Lites Watkins, shares memories of her early years in New Orleans while living with an aunt. Another one...

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Facing Fear Head On

True Stories from Women on the Water
By Written by women on the water

Facing Fear Head On, edited by Jackie Parry and Shelley Wright, is a collection of anecdotes from forty-five women who all have a story to tell about the fear they have experienced while living and travelling on the water. From a narrowboat on the European...

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The Little Love That Could

Stories of Tenacious Love, Underdogs, and Ragamuffins
By Pamela Capone

The Little Love That Could: Stories of Tenacious Love, Underdogs, and Ragamuffins by Pamela Capone is an amazing compilation of wonderful stories that inspire love for self and, more importantly, for others. Through her family experiences and wonderful friendships, Capone shows how love can change...

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