Actionable Life Skills for Young Adults

11 Powerful Steps to Achieve Financial Independence and Kick-start Your Road to Successful Adulthood
By Maya Shine

As a young person in this modern era, it isn't enough to acquire just academic knowledge. You also need to develop your life skills to become independent and self-sufficient. Maya Shine offers readers this comprehensive guidebook -- Actionable Life Skills for Young Adults -- to...

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Angel Finally Found His Wings

A True Story of Finding Trust, Hope, Faith, and the Power of Love
By Ronald Hunter

Ronald Hunter’s autobiography titled Angel Finally Found His Wings tells how he grew up in an extremely dysfunctional family. His mother suffered from a severe mental health problem. His elder brother had PSTD after returning from Vietnam and various other siblings, while trying to help,...

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A Schizoid at Smith

How Overparenting Leads to Underachieving
By Blair Sorrel

A Schizoid at Smith: How Overparenting Leads to Underachieving by Blair Sorrel is a memoir in which the author divulges to readers her childhood memories, family dynamics, and life with schizoid personality disorder. From the family's move to Belmont and the adjustment to an affluent...

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A Cup of Tea on the Commode

My Multi-Tasking Adventures of Caring for Mom. And How I Survived to Tell the Tale
By Mark Steven Porro

A Cup of Tea on the Commode by Mark Steven Porro is the memoir of Hollywood dream-chaser Mark and his unwavering commitment to caring for his ailing mother, Genevieve. Mark reflects on a childhood shaped by Catholicism and recounts his initiation into caregiving with humor....

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A Parade Of Grief

Gun Violence in America
By Robert Fraga

In A Parade Of Grief: Gun Violence in America by Robert Fraga, the author goes into great detail about the United States' history of gun violence. He explains what the NRA is and how they deal with gun violence. He also talks about kids who...

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A Secret I Can't Tell

The First Generation of Children from Openly Gay and Lesbian Homes
By Joe Gantz

Living in an era when being gay was unacceptable and seen as an abomination was stressful enough, but what about raising a child in such circumstances? The fear of being rejected by society, the strain of having to hide your sexuality, and the fear of...

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A Normal Boy

Living in an Asylum
By Jan Keating

A Normal Boy: Living in an Asylum by Jan Keating is a gripping story that follows the painful journey of a young boy forced to live in an asylum because the man his mother marries doesn't want him. The setting is in Weyburn, Saskatchewan during...

An American Heritage

By John T. Wayne

People often told John T. Wayne, author of An American Heritage, that he looked a lot like the well-known actor John Wayne. Even Maureen O’Hara, who often worked in films with John Wayne, noticed the resemblance. John T. Wayne knew that merely resembling John Wayne...

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Above the Clouds

Artful Musings on Civics
By Isabella Berdyna Zysk

Civics plays a significant role in the functioning of every country in the world. In Above the Clouds: Artful Musings on Civics, Isabella Berdyna Zysk offers readers artwork that represents the four character virtues that every person should practice, especially people who seek to become...

A Boy Who Loved Me

By Wilson Semitti

A Boy Who Loved Me is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice of life, and LGBTQIA+ subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Wilson Semitti. This poignant and mesmerizing memoir takes readers on a...

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