Finding the Source

One Man’s Quest for Healing in West Africa
By Dave Kobrenski

It’s not often I pick up a memoir and find that what I’ve read is not only an engrossing story but a fascinating and most unexpected education. Dave Kobrenski, the author of Finding the Source, managed to keep me thoroughly entertained by his unpretentious approach to...

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Faces We Love Shanghai

Capturing Honest, Human Moments
By Derek Muhs (Compilation), Marisa Tarin (Compilation)

Faces We Love Shanghai by Derek Muhs and Marisa Tarin is an extraordinary compilation of photographs starring the people of Shanghai. Each picture is complemented by a short description, a sentence, a thought which is shared with us and which we can choose to read...

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Finding 42

Searcher Of Soul Keys (Book 2 in The Experiencer Series)
By Benny Mailman

Benny Mailman is no ordinary traveler. He is a former US Marine and would-be stand-up comic who has found peace and tranquillity through embracing spirituality. He frees himself from the confines of a commercially-driven world and travels not as a tourist, but as a seeker...

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Finding Solace at Theodore Roosevelt Island

By Melanie Choukas-Bradley

I enjoy taking walks outdoors for my health, both physical and psychological. I am also a student of history and current events. That is why I enjoyed reading Finding Solace at Theodore Roosevelt Island by Melanie Choukas-Bradley. Not only a book about a little-known island...

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Five Months on the Missouri River

Paddling a Dugout Canoe
By Thomas J. Elpel

Five Months on the Missouri River: Paddling a Dugout Canoe by Thomas Elpel is an intriguing book that maps out what Meriwether Lewis and William Clark could have experienced when they made one of their more famous expeditions. The author teams up with Churchill Clark,...

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Fun With Sailboats

By Peter Brennan

Fun With Sailboats by Peter Brennan is about the author's interest in sailing that began at the age of nine when he was introduced to it by his dad. He speaks about his first Styrofoam sailboat and how the family would use it when they...

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From Sore Soles to a Soaring Soul

Changing My Life One Step at a Time on the Camino De Santiago
By Blaine A. Rada

From Sore Soles to a Soaring Soul: Changing My Life One Step at a Time on the Camino De Santiago is a work of non-fiction written in the memoir style by author Blaine A. Rada. The work records an incredible time in the author’s life...

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Finding Anna

An Unusual Journey To Self-Discovery
By Vineeth Vijayghosh

Finding Anna: An Unusual Journey to Self-Discovery by Vineeth Vijayghosh is a powerful memoir that documents a young man’s journey to finding meaning. The story begins in a hotel in Germany. It is the first time the author is on his own and thoughts of...

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French Like Moi

A Midwesterner in Paris
By Scott Dominic Carpenter

French Like Moi: A Midwesterner in Paris is a work of non-fiction in the genre of travel writing, and was penned by author Scott Dominic Carpenter. In this interesting work of cross-cultural observation and enjoyable travelogue-style depictions, we focus in with our author on what...

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Footprints on the Mountains

Hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine
By Dennis Renshaw

Footprints on the Mountains: Hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine by Dennis Renshaw is the non-fiction memoir of the author's experience hiking the whole of the 2,189.2 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Renshaw begins by sharing the story of how his desire to...

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