As Living Stones

My Five Years in Saudi Arabia
By Marjory Henderson

As Living Stones: My Five Years in Saudi Arabia by Marjory Henderson is a personal and emotionally charged recollection of completely foreign circumstances. With great humility, Marjory Henderson has written a short, intimate memoir that is a tribute to the five years spent in Saudi...

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Activate Your Money

Invest to Grow Your Wealth and Build a Better World
By Janine Firpo

Activate Your Money: Invest to Grow Your Wealth and Build a Better World by Janine Firpo is an exceptional business book that addresses all women who want to learn how to take control of their money and start investing with confidence and in alignment with...

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A Living Nightmare

From the memoirs and stories told by Anneliese Pitt
By Ghislaine Raymond, Laurette Leblond, Anneliese Pitt

Anneliese Möwis Pitt was born in 1929. She had three sisters and her parents, who all lived in Landsberg, Germany. Although denied affection and love by her mother and sisters, she was content and happy because life was good. Things took a nosedive when her...

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A Step Back

By Amy Jean

A Step Back by Amy Jean is an engaging and insightful compilation of poetry and prose that is profound and thought-provoking and will encourage readers to reflect on the vagaries, nuances, complexities, and fragilities that life throws at them. The poet/author recollects the places she...

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All Is Not LOST

How I Friended Failure on the Island and Found a Way Home
By Shannon Kenny Carbonell

All Is Not LOST: How I Friended Failure on the Island and Found a Way Home by Shannon Kenny Carbonell is a deep and honest memoir that will resonate with anyone who's ever felt lost and looking for a way back home and to self....

A Black Rose Thrived

By Rochelle Richey

A Black Rose Thrived by Rochelle Richey introduces readers to a little girl who is on the receiving end of her parents' dysfunctional relationship and which in turn haunts her and follows her throughout her entire life. The memoir chronicles her ups and downs, her...

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Almost a Mother

Love, Loss, and Finding Your People When Your Baby Dies
By Christy Wopat

Almost A Mother: Love, Loss, and Finding Your People When Your Baby Dies by Christy Wopat is a heartrending memoir by the author who lost her infant twins and reaches out to all those parents who have lost a child. The book gives glimpses of...

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A Movie Lover's Search for Romance

By Joanna J. Charnas

A Movie Lover's Search for Romance by Joanna J. Charnas is the non-fiction memoir of the author's post-divorce dating life in her 40s and 50s. Charnas brings the reader into a thoroughly documented and thoughtful field as she finds herself determined to make a match....

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A Frenchman's Perspective on American Women, Love, Respect, and Relationships

Vive La Difference
By Guy Blaise

After moving to the United States from France over two decades ago, Guy Blaise was constantly faced with misogynistic attitudes towards women from American men. Having four daughters himself, he feared what future relationships they would experience. Why did French males value their spouses and...

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A Letter To My Little Sisters

By Naomi White

At the beginning of A Letter To My Little Sisters by Naomi White, the author emphasizes that women are so nurturing yet they need to take a look in the mirror. Women replace love with things and people. Then, they go home alone. On the...

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