The Fourth Side

A Prison Odyssey
By Zap Tales

As one person commented on Zap Tales' blog, “I honestly don’t know where to begin.” The Fourth Side: A Prison Odyssey zapped me too…and how! When I began reading, I knew I was about to enter a world I knew only from movies and TV...

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Thank God I Died

By Jane A Chandler

Thank God I Died by Jane A. Chandler is a heartbreaking story. All throughout Jane’s life, she was abused by those that should have been protecting her. Jane was able to block out the things that happened to her, causing her to forget. When she...

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Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives

Refugee Life Stories
By Daina Jurika-Owen

Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives: Refugee Life Stories by Daina Jurika-Owen is a powerful book that explores a socio-political phenomenon — the refugee problem. In this spellbinding, eye-opening book, the author shares the lives of refugees who, after numerous tribulations and gruesome experiences, arrive in the...

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The Biography of Mose Jones Jr., Lawrence County Commissioner District 1

A Seed of the Foot Soldiers Bloody Sunday March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965
By April Lavette Jones

The Biography of Mose Jones Jr., Lawrence County Commissioner District 1: A Seed of the Foot Soldiers Bloody Sunday March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by April Lavette Jones is the biography of a powerful man who spearheaded the civil rights movement in...

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The Hammer

Why Dogs Attack Us and How to Prevent It
By Bryan Bailey

If you decide to read The Hammer: Why Dogs Attack Us and How to Prevent It by Bryan Bailey, here’s some advice: 1) Keep a pen and paper beside you at all times to make notes. 2) Suspend all your warm, fuzzy feelings for dogs in general,...

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The Secret to Political Happiness

By Angus Ramsey

Politics isn’t an easy subject to discuss with anyone because it seems as if everyone is so set in their ways that they refuse to even listen to someone with different views than their own. But in The Secret to Political Happiness by AM Ramsey,...

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Two Shades of Vice

Based on the True Story of an Interracial Couple's Life Together in Crime
By Dewey Reynolds

Two Shades of Vice: Based on the True Story of an Interracial Couple's Life Together in Crime by Dewey Reynolds is a true crime story that explores powerful cultural and political issues in a great historical setting. In a story set against the tumultuous backdrop...

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The Escape to Cabo

Based on a True Story
By S. A. LaPoint

The Escape to Cabo is a nonfiction memoir written by S.A. LaPoint. Scott Frieze had never quite gotten over his childhood obsession with becoming a bank robber. He was in the early stages of a comfortable middle-class, middle-age existence, when he decided, finally, to act...

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The Hoarder’s Daughter

Memories of a Life in Chaos
By Lori A Moore

Have you ever watched those TV shows about hoarders and wondered how on earth people can live like that? Perhaps you’ve asked yourself what drives them to fill their kitchens, bathrooms and every room of the house with stuff they’ve dug out of trash piles...

The Monster That Ate My Mommy

By Jessica Aiken-Hall

When it comes to memoirs, there’s one thing writers need to remember: people love happy endings, especially when the writer’s life has been filled with struggle and heartache, as was Jessica Aiken-Hall’s life in The Monster That Ate My Mommy. That monster nearly finished off...

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