Non-Fiction - Womens

My Cape Is at the Cleaners

Choosing Happy over Perfect
By Wendy Elover

Wendy Elover’s My Cape Is at the Cleaners: Choosing Happy over Perfect is one woman’s perspective on the having-it-all-trying-to-be-perfect-superwoman lifestyle. Women especially seem to fall into the trap of wanting to be everything to everyone and yet along the way they lose themselves and their...

Compose Your Soul

How to Turn Your Daily Chaos Into Calm Control
By Angela M Nuttle

Compose Your Soul: How to Turn Your Daily Chaos into Calm Control by Angela Nuttle is an uplifting and insightful read about composing one's soul, which requires deep reflection, brutal honesty, and the willingness to accept that we have unique DNA. It works differently for...

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Behind and Beyond the Badge

Stories From the Village of First Responders With Cops, Firefighters, Dispatchers, Forensics and Victim Advocates
By Donna Brown

Behind and Beyond the Badge: Stories from the Village of First Responders with Cops, Firefighters, Dispatchers, Forensics and Victim Advocates by Donna Brown is a compelling book that will change the way most people see officers with Police and First Responder badges, a compendium of...

Love What You Wear

Mastering Your Style in Multiple Homes
By Alexandra Suzanne Greenawalt

From career stylist Alexandra Suzanne Greenawalt, Love What You Wear: Mastering Your Style in Multiple Homes is a wonderful tool that will help women cut through the stress when it comes to selecting what is best to wear for every occasion, avoiding losing time in...

Polygamy

Is it a Killer?
By Christy 'Seyi Olorunfemi

“I am a product of polygamy, not by marriage but by birth.” These are the words with which the author begins this powerful book that explores one of the social issues that affect Nigerian society, family, and economy, and by identifying her roots, the author...

Escaping the Lion and the Leopard

Based on the true story of a woman's journey from upheaval and political change in Africa to life in the United States
By Ellie Porte Parker

The next time you feel life is overwhelming you, that you can’t go on and that you don’t understand why you have been dealt the worst hand in the deck, pick up a “restorative narration” like Escaping the Lion and the Leopard by Ellie Porte...

Take Back Your Life

Find Hope and Freedom from Fibromyalgia Symptoms and Pain
By Tami Stackelhouse

In Take Back Your Life: Find Hope and Freedom from Fibromyalgia Symptoms and Pain, Tami Stackelhouse provides an honest, straightforward perspective on living with fibromyalgia. The author sheds a positive light on an otherwise unbearable condition. While explaining the symptoms of fibromyalgia, Stackelhouse also outlines...

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Against the Wind

Based on a true story
By Joy Cee

Against the Wind by Joy Cee is a most enjoyable memoir that will have female readers reliving their own memories of young romance. And if those female readers were themselves beachgoers, whose eyes were drawn to the suntanned masculine bodies of surfer boys or lifeguards,...

Getting Married at Last

My Journey from Hopelessness to Happiness
By Lori A Peters

Getting Married at Last: My Journey from Hopelessness to Happiness by Lori A Peters is a breezy read, an inspirational take on love and relationships that offers both insight and encouragement to readers on what it really takes to transform a relationship from mere camaraderie...

A Good Batch of Scones

A Daughter's Memoir
By Alison Melotti-Cormack

What does it mean to be a good daughter? What does it mean to be a good mother? In this practical and heartbreaking tribute about mothers and daughters and saying goodbye, Alison Melotti-Cormack documents time spent with her mother, sister and niece in July...