Biographies & Memoirs

Flying Escapades

Flying Escapades

| April 25, 2017

Flying Escapades- tragic, hair-raising and hilarious flying stories Life is most interesting, and even more so when you recognize that there is the world that we see, and also one that we cannot see. I am talking about the spiritual world, which although unseen is nevertheless very real. Recent movies such as ‘Heaven is Real’ […]

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Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona

Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona

| April 24, 2017

Do you dream of riding a gondola along the canals of Venice? Tossing a coin into Rome’s Trevi Fountain? Join Al and Sunny Lockwood as they explore these and other fascinating cities, gathering travel memories for a lifetime. Their informative, entertaining memoir shows how seasoned travelers can see the world while savoring all the excitement, […]

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Adventures of an English Gentleman in the Early American West: A Memoir of Philip Becher’s Experiences in San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Chico, California and Spokane, Washington in the late 1800s

Adventures of an English Gentleman in the Early American West: A Memoir of Philip Becher’s Experiences in San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Chico, California and Spokane, Washington in the late 1800s

| April 23, 2017

In 1876, Philip Tudor Becher left his wealthy British home in search of adventure. He spent the next several years doing various jobs in San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Chico, California where he found no lack of encounters with dangerous situations. His escapades range from almost getting shot by an angry boss and drunken landlord to […]

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Sibelsnaat

Sibelsnaat

| April 21, 2017

Sibelsnaat is an non-classifiable book with a point to it. A sharpened, topical, frightening point. Dan Dial, whoever he is, or was, writes from a place of angered pessimism, but not without some humour and humanity. You could call the book ‘short and sweet’, or you could call it ‘short and sour’. Short, it is. […]

Groovin’: Horses, Hopes, and Slippery Slopes

Groovin’: Horses, Hopes, and Slippery Slopes

| March 28, 2017

“What a fun romp!”  “Drugs, free love, broken hearts, and road trips aplenty” “Nostalgic bedtime stories for grown-ups” “Easy to read and hard to put down!” In this delightful coming-of-age memoir, Rich Israel takes off on a journey of self-discovery during the late 1960s. Eschewing societal norms, he hitchhikes across the country, tries his hand […]

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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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