Take My Hand

Two best friends, two sons fighting for their lives, one true story about motherhood, grief and hope
By Kerry Fisher, Pat Sowa

Take My Hand by Kerry Fisher and Pat Sowa is the poignant story of the two authors who have been the best of friends since they met at university. This book will provide comfort and companionship to anyone who is going through difficult times. The...

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The Love of a Father

Faith Principles of the Power of a Father's Love
By Ken Gordon

The Love of a Father: Faith Principles of the Power of a Father's Love by Ken Gordon is a non-fiction Christian parenting guide with the aim of educating readers on the frequently misunderstood and often overlooked paternal balance of love for a child. Gordon breaks...

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The Liberal Orthodoxy

By Mr. Lawrence Gene Eubank

The Liberal Orthodoxy is a work of non-fiction in the politics, philosophy, and social issues sub-genres, and was penned by author Lawrence Eubank. In this fascinating and fully rounded exploratory work, Mr. Eubank looks at the phenomenon surrounding the extreme movement of liberalism towards a...

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The Unconscious Community

By Patrice Griffin

The Unconscious Community is the real-life story of author Patrice Griffin's childhood, filled with psychological and physical abuse, and her eventual return to society, overcoming overwhelming odds to lead a healthy and fulfilling life. Patrice grows up in a healthy family with a loving grandmother,...

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Thrive or Survive, It's Our Choice

By Pat M Harris

Thrive or Survive: It's Our Choice by Pat Harris is a book with a mission. It encourages humans to do the “right” thing so that we leave a better world for our children and grandchildren. The mission is noble. Pat Harris has obviously done a...

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The Art of Respect

By Cody Mark Hawkes

In The Art of Respect by Cody Mark Hawkes, treating others with the dignity and respect they deserve begins with your own state of mind. If you cannot accept, love, and respect yourself it will be difficult for others to accept, love, and respect you....

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The Overly Honest Teacher

Parenting Advice from the Classroom
By Meredith Essalat

The Overly Honest Teacher: Parenting Advice from the Classroom by Meredith Essalat is an insightful and thought-provoking book that will guide parents to prioritize their children, set boundaries and realistic goals, and accept and love children as they learn and grow. The author's experience as...

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The Rain May Pass

By Alan Shayne

The Rain May Pass is a nonfiction gay, coming of age memoir written by Alan Shayne. They had always gone to Cape Cod for the summer. It was something Alan remembered as an integral part of his life growing up. The small house in the...

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The Hollow

By Bettie MacIntyre

There is something very special about the bond between a grandmother and her granddaughter. Irene spent her early years living with her grandparents, developing a loving relationship with her grandmother, or Gram. Born in a small town in the foothills of Vermont, at the beginning...

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The Chartreuse Garden

The Horrific Murders of Innocents that Compelled Me to Fight Social Injustice and Hate
By Jack Castiglione

In The Chartreuse Garden, Jack Castiglione recounts discovering his sexuality, meeting a family who suffered at the hands of a mentally ill father and husband, and campaigning against hate and social injustice in Long Beach, California. As Jack was bullied a lot as a kid,...

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