Juggernaut

By Ruth Forrest Glenn

Juggernaut by Ruth Forrest Glenn is the first book in the It Went Like This series, a gripping true crime with an intelligently written plot and robust characters. Forty-six years ago, a phone call to the sheriff’s wife got her rattled. That phone call was...

Just Say #$%#&! NO!"

A Book Dedicated to the Well Intended Overextended
By Heather and Karen Tobin

Just Say "#$%#&! No!": A Book Dedicated to the Well Intended Overextended by Heather and Karen Tobin is a delightful and funny book that discusses the art of saying no. The book is a wonderful tribute to the love between the two sisters. One author...

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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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Just the Way He Walked

A Mother's Story of Healing and Hope
By Kathleen Pooler

Just the Way He Walked: A Mother's Story of Healing and Hope by Kathleen Pooler is a heartbreaking, heartwarming story of a woman who has to deal with divorce, illness, and her beloved son's addiction. It is one of the most beautiful stories of a...

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Jocie

Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist
By Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg

Jocie: Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist by Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg is a non-fiction memoir about Jocie’s life experiences, both in her personal and her civil and work life. After a brief introduction, the book is divided into sections revolving around specific areas of...

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Just Stop

10 Things Everyone Should Stop Saying
By Heather Nelson

Just Stop: 10 Things Everyone Should Stop Saying is written by Heather Nelson. Have you ever been faced with a situation which is so tragic that you are not sure what to say? Do you feel you have to fill the awkward silence and just...

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Jamarr's Promise

A True Story of Corruption, Courage, and Child Welfare
By Kristin I Morris, Ph. D, Joseph J Zielinski

Jamarr’s Promise is a heart-wrenching true story. It is more than just a memoir; it is a story of death, sorrow, and government conspiracy. Kristin I. Morris and Dr. Joseph J. Zielinski share the tragic story of Jamarr Cruz. Jamarr was a bright young boy...

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Journey Untold - My Mother's Struggle with Mental Illness

Twisted Love
By Yassin Hall,Lo'an Sewer

Believe it or not, minorities are experiencing various forms of mental illness and have done so for decades. Mental illnesses tends to sit in the background in silence in minority households. Yassin S. Hall walks us through the shadows of her life as a child...

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