When Skies Are Gray

A Grieving Mother's Lullaby
By Lindsey M. Henke

When Skies Are Gray: A Grieving Mother's Lullaby is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, childbirth, and grief and loss subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Lindsey M. Henke, this intimate work presents a raw and...

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American Wolf

Holocaust Survivor True Stories
By Audrey Birnbaum

American Wolf: From Nazi Refugee to American Spy is part of the Holocaust Survivor True Stories series by Audrey Birnbaum. This is a coming-of-age story of a Holocaust survivor who saw the worst the world had to offer. It was the year 1941, and Wolf...

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The Murder of Angela Mischelle Lawless

An Honest Sheriff and the Exoneration of an Innocent Man
By Stephen R. Snodgrass, Joshua C. Kezer

The Murder of Angela Mischelle Lawless by Stephen R. Snodgrass is the story of An Honest Sheriff and the Exoneration of an Innocent Man. In 1992, 19-year-old Mischelle Lawless was found dead in her car in a small town in Missouri. Despite having an ironclad...

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FiNDing Hope

The Mind-Body Connection and the Importance of Being Seen and Heard
By Jocelyn Bystrom

In FiNDing Hope: The Mind-Body Connection and the Importance of Being Seen and Heard, Jocelyn Bystrom offers readers a detailed account of her journey through traumatic events, the onset of health concerns and seizures, and the search for a proper diagnosis. Readers learn about Bystrom's...

Raising Owen

An Extra-Ordinary Memoir on Motherhood
By Suzanne Lezotte

Suzanne Lezotte’s first child, Owen, was born with Down Syndrome. Lezotte did not know about his diagnosis until a week after his birth. The identification of Owen as a Down Syndrome child brought with it the expected feelings of grief, fear, and doubts. The experience...

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Diamonds Beneath the Darkness

Life Thru Lyrics… The Journey To Become (part one)
By Nicole Danielle

Diamonds Beneath the Darkness: Life Thru Lyrics… The Journey To Become is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice-of-life, and empowering writing subgenres. It is best suited to mature adult readers owing to the presence of explicit language and raw, sensitive issues throughout. Penned...

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I Can’t Believe I’m Not Dead

Escaping Abuse, a Cult, Attempted Murder and Other Insanities
By Kendra Petty

I Can’t Believe I’m Not Dead by Kendra Petty is an account of her remarkable life. Petty has undergone more negative experiences than any human being should have, including being abused as a child, fighting extremely serious diseases, and being the target of a murder...

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We Used to Dance

Loving Judy, My Disabled Twin
By Debbie Chein Morris

We Used to Dance by Debbie Chein Morris is a touching memoir in which she describes the life she shared with her disabled twin, Judy. Judy was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that makes it impossible for the sufferer to control their posture, balance,...

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Beyond the Border

A Korean's Journey Between the North and South
By Tae-hyok Kim, Nicole Kim Rogers

Beyond the Border: A Korean’s Journey between North and South is a heart-rending and horrific, yet ultimately triumphant tale of one man’s struggle to leave North Korea, seek education, and begin a new life in the democratic and free South. This is the personal memoir...

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Waldy, Myelo, & Me

Surviving Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia & Myelodysplastic Syndrome
By Carol Turner M.D.

Doctor Carol Turner always took pride in herself as a physician who had the ear of her patients and knew exactly what to do or say to make them feel at ease. When she started experiencing difficulties in cycling activities which used to be the...

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