Surviving Chaos

How I Found Peace at A Beach Bar
By Harold Phifer

Raised by a schizophrenic mother and a manipulating aunt in Mississippi, Harold’s childhood is fraught with consistent abuse and violence. He soon learns the art of becoming invisible and complacent to avoid the daily ritual of physical and emotional attacks, not only from those who...

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Specialisms: Autism Perspectives

Musings from the Family of an Autistic Kid
By Brad Eck

Specialisms: Autism Perspectives is a work of non-fiction in the parenting and autobiographical writing subgenres, and was penned by author Brad Eck. The work is intended for both the specialized and general reading audiences and contains essential eye-opening information about the realities of raising a...

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So Long Bob

A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War
By Brian Berkey

The title So Long Bob: A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War perfectly describes what this book is about. Shortly before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Bob Berkey, who lived in a small town in Pennsylvania, was drafted and served his country. This...

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Say Something

By Jeremy Clarke

Say Something by Jeremy Clarke is a poetry book that deftly describes the author’s growing up years. As we read in his poems, his life was difficult: a father who was not there, a mother who was mostly gone and came back only when she...

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Slicchological Sessions

The Importance Of Note-Taking
By Saven "Con-A" Watts

In the past year, society across the world has had to endure the most unprecedented executive orders which have controlled their civil liberties. Along with the widespread lockdowns, demands for social distancing, and mask-wearing, people have also been divided on many other important issues. In...

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So Much Older Then

Coming of Age When the World Is Coming Apart
By Paul Kuehnert

So Much Older Then: Coming of Age When the World is Coming Apart is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Paul Kuehnert. The book tells the story of the author’s...

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Scars

By Nadia Bruce-Rawlings

Scars by Nadia Bruce-Rawlings is a biographical anthology of the author’s early life of abuse and addiction. It consists of 11 stories/vignettes, and two poems, all of it dominated by her early molestation by her father that took her from what should have been an...

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Super Dense Crush Load

The Story of Man Redux
By Aneesh Abraham

Super Dense Crush Load: The Story of Man Redux is a generalized overview of the history of Man, from ancient civilizations to the space exploration age of the modern era, sprinkled with a healthy dose of meta-commentary by the author Aneesh Abraham. Abraham delves deep...

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So-Called Normal

A Memoir of Family, Depression and Resilience
By Mark Henick

So-Called Normal by Mark Henick is a memoir of the author's struggles as he is forced to endure mental health issues as part of his daily life. From childhood Henick is at odds with his family, first his philandering father and then his subsequent step-father,...

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Spirit Quest 1969

Tripping Through Lands Of Enchantment
By Ronald J Schulz

Spirit Quest 1969 by Ronald J Schulz begins with a minor brush with the law, as hitchhiking was illegal. Then two hippies give him drugs. Dropped off in Colorado Springs, Schulz seeks a park. In need of shelter, he boards a bus to Gallup, New...

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