Memoir

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FROM BROOKLYN TO KINGSPORT

FROM BROOKLYN TO KINGSPORT recounts the author’s harrowing childhood, as well as his later success as an educator.
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ADVISING CHIANG’S ARMY: An American Soldier's World War II Experience in China

ADVISING CHIANG’S ARMY: An American Soldier's World War II Experience in China by Stephen L. Wilson is an extensive war read, rooted both in historical fact and emotion.
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SIR, I’M NOT THAT KIND OF GIRL!

Author Mary Lynn Archibald creates a memoir of her time as a dancer in San Francisco.     
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HUNDRED PERCENT CHANCE

HUNDRED PERCENT CHANCE follows a young Robert K. Brown as he deals with and fights for his life after being diagnosed with cancer.
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THE GIFT OF SIGNIFICANCE

THE GIFT OF SIGNIFICANCE is a candidly written biography about Joe Bredeson, a Wisconsin farm boy who parachuted behind enemy lines on D-Day as a member of the American 101st Airborne.
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A LETTER FOR ALBERT EINSTEIN AND OTHER STORIES

Brief essays about a New York City physician’s insights into his work and family life form a reading experience that is soothing yet too short in this loving memoir.
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THE HAPPINESS PLAYLIST

A musician heals from intense emotional loss through his music and his writing.
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THE ZERO POINT: Ahy and the Divine Matrix

Light Alchemist Alexa Person details how her spiritual development helped her navigate her toxic third marriage in THE ZERO POINT: AHY AND THE DIVINE MATRIX.
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TENACITY

A successful Las Vegas businessman reflects on a hard won fortune in the Nevada desert, and the corruption and pitfalls he faced in making his multiple businesses take off.
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SILENT SPRING - DEADLY AUTUMN OF THE VIETNAM WAR

Patrick Hogan’s vivid memoir, SILENT SPRING – DEADLY AUTUMN OF THE VIETNAM WAR, is going to make readers furious. And it should. 
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MASTURBATION MONDAY

The author masturbates on on camera once a week for a year, in order to explore her sexuality and deal with sexual repression - and her explorations get quite a bit deeper than she perhaps initially expected.
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RIDESHARES, WRECKS, AND SEX

The secret life of a felon-turned-Uber-driver is revealed in a hair-raising confessional that gives the nitty gritty details of the RIDESHARES, WRECKS, AND SEX that come with being a driver-for-hire in Arizona’s biggest city.
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FRECKLED: A MEMOIR OF GROWING UP WILD IN HAWAII

FRECKLED is an interesting story that ventures beyond stereotypes to authentically depict the realities of growing up in Hawaii.
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LESSONS IN PRINTING

LESSONS IN PRINTING combines the  history of 20th century Abderdeen, Washington, with the author’s attempt come to grips with her father’s mental illness.
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THE TIGER IN THE YARD

In THE TIGER IN THE YARD Barbara Weber examines the psychological and physical impact of childhood sexual abuse on her adult life.
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TWO YEARS OF WONDER

Ted Neill’s TWO YEARS OF WONDER is a clear-eyed retelling of time spent as a humanitarian treating childhood AIDS patients.
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REFLECTIONS AND REMINISCENCES

Sculptor John Safer's delightful memoir REFLECTIONS AND REMINISCENCES is more than just a chronicle of an interesting life, it's a snapshot of personal and political history.
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INHALE

INHALE is a tale of survival written, by a young woman who married in good faith and found herself trapped by a warped husband who seeks to keep her under his thumb.
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Z.O.S.: A MEMOIR

Z.O.S.: A MEMOIR : A reluctant war wife tells her story.
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PUTTING THE OUTSIDE INSIDE KIDS

PUTTING THE OUTSIDE INSIDE KIDS is a heartfelt, informative memoir of a father-daughter canoe journey in Canada.
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WINNING THE WAR ON CANCER

The daughter of cancer researcher Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D., takes over his legacy after the suppression of his research by the French government, and his subsequent death.