Biographies & Memoirs

The Raw Truth: A Pimp Daughter’s Dairy

The Raw Truth: A Pimp Daughter’s Dairy

| January 13, 2020

From the means streets of Baltimore to Stanford Ph.D., to Black Woman Millionaire, The Raw Truth: A Pimp’s Daughter’s Diary is a relentlessly honest and emotionally intimate account of Dr. Venus Opal Reese’s spiritual healing from a traumatic childhood to salvation and personal power. Inspiring, disturbing, and as “real” as it gets, enter a world […]

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Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind

Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind

| January 3, 2020

  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 […]

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What Lucid Dreams May Come…

What Lucid Dreams May Come…

| December 30, 2019

This book is for the first time in English! Entirely specific view of the wonderful phenomenon which is available to everyone but little-known. The author from St. Petersburg (Russia) for many years deeply researched lucid dreaming and came to conclusions that completely changed his ideas about the world and his life. The book explains the […]

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Summer of ’77: Beaches, bars and boogie nights in Ibiza

Summer of ’77: Beaches, bars and boogie nights in Ibiza

| December 12, 2019

A holiday can change everything… …it did for Fred. He went on a two-week break with three friends to the Spanish island of Ibiza in July 1976. It was so enjoyable they all vowed to come back for the following season. In April 1977, Fred returned to Ibiza, alone, in pursuit of his dream. Behind […]

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Alien in the Delta

Alien in the Delta

| December 9, 2019

Grandfather shot the man as he opened the gate to the front yard. The man died on the spot. After killing the man, my grandfather went into hiding for seven years. This event was the legacy left to my father by his father. Would what happened thirty years before my birth have an impact on […]

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My Every Breath

My Every Breath

| December 8, 2019

“. . . there is so much more to the incredible life that unfolds between the pages of this inspiring and fascinating memoir.”– Readers’ Favorite The compelling story of a woman’s lifelong battle with Cystic Fibrosis and her astonishing resilience despite a double lung transplant and a senseless murder.Anna Maynard was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis […]

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Ten Thousand Hours in Paradise: Arrival

Ten Thousand Hours in Paradise: Arrival

| November 29, 2019

What happens when you hear the call to fly to the most remote population center on Earth, home base for ecovillages, black sand beaches, and a volcano goddess living in a molten lake of lava? You GO! Upon landing, Andrew feels instantly welcome. On his first night, a new friend asks him if he’d like […]

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A Manhood Doctrine:A Survival Guide Versus Societal Shifts & Ideological Subversion

A Manhood Doctrine:A Survival Guide Versus Societal Shifts & Ideological Subversion

| November 27, 2019

In 1963, The Feminine Mystique was published. The second wave of Feminist goals followed from its publication. A Manhood Doctrine discusses the origins, results, and ongoing malaise facing not only the United States, but also the majority of the Western world. The author presents the issue in three parts: societal radicalization, family history, and individual […]

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War is Personal. Hell, Luck and Resilience: A WWII Combat Marine’s Accounts of Okinawa and China

War is Personal. Hell, Luck and Resilience: A WWII Combat Marine’s Accounts of Okinawa and China

| November 25, 2019

The invasion of Okinawa was one of the bloodiest battles of WWII Pacific. The casualties were monumental. Roy Wilkes, Private, USMC was unfortunate enough to have a front-row seat. He witnessed twenty-three of his friends die in a bombing. True, gripping stories and pictures reveal the mind, heart, and soul of a fighting WWII Marine. […]

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Fine, Thanks

Fine, Thanks

| November 18, 2019

Mary Dunnewold was a yoga-practicing, organic-food-eating health geek. But six months after a clear mammogram, she was diagnosed with stage-three breast cancer. She had six tumors. The largest was the size of a summer plum. In the next two years, she endured a bilateral mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiation, and multiple reconstruction procedures. But she soon learned […]

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