Raising the Bar

A Lawyer's Memoir
By Ruth Rymer

In Raising The Bar: A Lawyer’s Memoir, author Ruth Rymer recounts her childhood dreams of becoming a lawyer. Only later in life, when she finds herself fully embedded in the legal system, does she recognize the prejudice women experience. Day after day the author...

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Reflections After Midnight

By Donald Michael Craig

Donald Michael Craig feels the truth inside. His Reflections After Midnight is a collection of his words of wisdom, the result of hearing and living them, following a lifetime of searching that was well worth the journey. Each page contains short, humble reflections that you...

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Roberta Raves

Stories of Everyday Life Told with Humor, Insight and Compassion
By Roberta Conner

Roberta Raves: Stories of Everyday Life Told with Humor, Insight and Compassion is a work of non-fiction in the slice of life and memoir subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by Roberta Conner. The idea for the...

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Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother

A Memoir
By Stacey Aaronson

Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother is a non-fiction memoir written by Stacey Aaronson that chronicles the life of a young mother and her daughter, the author being the daughter. Bree finds herself pregnant just after she turns sixteen, and not long after she...

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Redneck Spirituality Book Four

From the Outhouse at Rumi's Field
By E. Egorhh Frank, Edmond E. Frank

Redneck Spirituality Book Four: From the Outhouse at Rumi's Field is all about unlearning various harmful, limiting beliefs that society imposes on us - from religious views to opinions about love, trust, politics, fear, Covid-19, and more. E. Egorhh Frank took back his life and...

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Runaway Train

When Depression Meets Heartbreak
By Mark Torphy

Runaway Train: When Depression Meets Heartbreak by Mark Torphy takes you into the troubled mind of an African-American man who suffers from depression, aggravated by heartache. This book sheds light on the common myths and misconceptions about men and depression. It is a true story...

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Raccoon Love

A Memoir
By Stephen Akey

Stephen Akey's bittersweet love odyssey started with a personal ad in Village Voice, which he described as "the local precursor to today’s online dating sites." Even though he was a "gainfully employed" and "fairly good-looking" New York resident, finding love for 24-year-old Stephen could not...

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Reckless Grace

A Mother's Crash Course in Mental Illness
By Carolyn DiPasquale

Reckless Grace: A Mother's Crash Course in Mental Illness, by Carolyn DiPasquale, is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and health issues subgenres suitable for the general reading audience. The book is a mother's account of her daughter's struggles with her mental health, written...

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Raising Jess

A Story of Hope
By Vickie Rubin

Being a parent can be challenging at the best of times. Add the additional factor of a special needs child and the workload multiplies substantially, but, then again, so does the love and the inevitable learning curve that goes along with these needs. Jess was...

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Renouncing Holy Logic

Exposing the Secret Codes of Control, Power, Leadership and Success
By Rami Anabusi

Renouncing Holy Logic: Exposing the Secret Codes of Control, Power, Leadership and Success is a work of non-fiction in the self-help and motivational subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Rami Anabusi. The book puts forward the idea...

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