Biographies & Memoirs

Power Habits – 101 Life Lessons & Success Habits of Great Leaders, Business Icons and Inspirational Achievers

Power Habits – 101 Life Lessons & Success Habits of Great Leaders, Business Icons and Inspirational Achievers

| March 22, 2017

There are Only Two Types of Habits: The Good and the Bad “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”Aristotle We are the sum of all our habits. Small habits we repeat day after day, week after week, year after year. Small habits that have turned us into […]

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Drug of Choice: The Inspiring True Story Of The One-Armed Criminal Who Mastered Love And Made Millions

Drug of Choice: The Inspiring True Story Of The One-Armed Criminal Who Mastered Love And Made Millions

| March 20, 2017

Mark is a successful affiliate marketer with several businesses boasting millions of dollars in profit. He has created a fulfilling life, which he shares with his beautiful fiancé and a world-wide circle of friends. But his inspiring life of today grew out of a dark and dangerous past. In this gripping tale, van Stratum brings […]

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Odd Words, 1920-1922: An Enhanced Compilation of Early Columns by Odd McIntyre

Odd Words, 1920-1922: An Enhanced Compilation of Early Columns by Odd McIntyre

| March 17, 2017

Go Backstage with the Pop Culture Writer Time Forgot. Today, reading Odd McIntyre’s columns from the early twentieth century is like stepping into a time machine and traveling back to a New York exploding with new creative energy. At the time, urban points of view, especially among the young, were starting to clash with traditional […]

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The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae

The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae

| March 15, 2017

A young Army Air Force recruit, a farm boy, a postal worker a young mother, a nurse and a goof off, use their unique skills to fight and win World War II. The war is fought at home and in the stormy Pacific skies. On December 7, 1941 a high school senior, Fran Perkins wakes […]

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Prince of Cons

Prince of Cons

| March 15, 2017

I knew I would not see any of these people ever again. I was ready to start the rest of my life—to tackle the real world. I wasready for my next con. Everyone eventually loses their childhood dreams. It’s a fact of life, an indelible element of growing up. You get wiser, older, more jaded, […]

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I Spent 10 Years in Asia and All I Got Were These Lousy Stories

I Spent 10 Years in Asia and All I Got Were These Lousy Stories

| March 9, 2017

Translating for a Chinese businessmen looking to have a good time in Osaka’s sex district. Discussing the likelihood of North Korean soldiers masturbating while standing in the most heavily militarized border in the world. Desperately trying to prevent a drunken buddy making aggressive sexual advances on the fiancee of the guy whose party you’ve just […]

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Farm Strong: Faith, Family, Farm and Fitness

Farm Strong: Faith, Family, Farm and Fitness

| March 8, 2017

Embrace Farm Strong, a Heartfelt, 400-Year Story of Family, Faith, and Legacy. Farm Strong depicts the poignant story of the Hatcher family, starting with their immigration to America in 1635 through their present-day life ambitiously running a regionally well-known dairy farm. This deeply personal narrative, told by Charles Wooldridge Hatcher, weaves faith, family, perseverance with […]

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Diary of an unemployed actor

Diary of an unemployed actor

| February 17, 2017

Keeping your dreams alive is one of the hardest thinks in every person’s life. Living amidst the Greek crisis means a struggle for even having any dreams at all. Diary of an unemployed actor is a real story of a young man fighting to stay up against all odds, when everything around is collapsing. It’s […]

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Fused: A memoir of childhood OCD and adult obsession

Fused: A memoir of childhood OCD and adult obsession

| February 4, 2017

Released as a paperback in November 2016, Fused quickly received critical acclaim in America gaining 5 Star reviews from influential reviewers. Readers Views referred to it as ‘stunning’ and ‘one of the best books that I have reviewed that truly shows personal experience’, Readers Favorites referred to it as ‘an inspiring and illuminating work’, while […]

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Hungry for Life

Hungry for Life

| January 21, 2017

In this painfully moving memoir, take a firsthand look at anorexia through the eyes of a young girl. Even in kindergarten, Rachel Richards knows something isn’t right. By leading us through her distorted thoughts, she shines a light on the experience and mystery of mental illness. As she grows up, unable to comprehend or communicate […]

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