Are These My Hands Now?

Aging and Me
By Rochelle Turoff Mucha

As we get older and move into the twilight years, we notice radical changes not only in our bodies but in our minds. Many of us may not have a parent alive to ask many of those important questions. In Are These My Hands Now?...

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A Warrior's Ride to Shine

A guide to awaken your inner strength on a bicycle
By Camilla Patten

A Warrior’s Ride to Shine tells the story of Camilla Patten, an intrepid woman who has fought to keep her “light” despite the many troubles life had in store for her. Born into a family where only male components were considered good for business, she...

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Another Place Called Home

Surviving Foster Care
By Susan DuMond

Another Place Called Home: Surviving Foster Care by Susan DuMond is a memoir of the author's experience of foster care at The Susquehanna Valley Children's Home from the age of eleven until she left to go to college at the age of 18. This is...

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Amsterdam Exposed

An American's Journey Into The Red Light District
By David Wienir

Amsterdam Exposed: An American’s Journey into the Red Light District by David Wienir takes readers into the heart of the red light district to witness powerful encounters and meet the women who work there. Entering his third year of law school at Berkeley and about...

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A Medal with Mouse Ears

One Woman's Journey to Running the Walt Disney World Marathon
By Mary Townsend

A Medal with Mouse Ears: One Woman's Journey to Running the Walt Disney World Marathon is a memoir by nurse and mother Mary Townsend about her achievement of a long-held dream. Beginning with the personal and work-related stresses that led her to discover the joy...

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A Rubber Face with a Stripper's Name

By Katja Berg

A memoir that brilliantly explores women’s issues, A Rubber Face with a Stripper's Name by Katja Berg is both hilarious and utterly touching, a tale of motherhood, womanhood, and family, laced with powerful lessons for self-growth and parenting. The first shock was getting pregnant. The...

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A Story of Courage

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor
By Dr. Dolores T. Burton, Dr. Patricia Ann Marcellino

Everyone has a dream. Some people dream of being a good parent while others would like to become a Supreme Court Justice like Sonia Sotomayor. This Latina from Bronx, New York not only fulfilled her dream of becoming a Justice, she exceeded it by becoming...

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A Hitman Is Cheaper Than Divorce!

How To Stop Dragging That Breakup Ball And Chain!
By Linda Penner

For some reason, Linda Penner's title of A Hitman Is Cheaper Than Divorce! made me think that this book would be a guide for would-be divorcées along the lines of “learn from my mistakes.” Although that turned out not to be the case, what I...

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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,...

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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...