Biographies & Memoirs

The Real Glory

The Real Glory

| April 2, 2020

If you want to learn more about the most inspirational moments in sport, then keep reading… Injuries, illness, personal torment and lack of motivation are a part of life and athletes are no exception. As a sports fan, you know many careers are shipwrecked on these rocks while others have been defined by them. Against […]

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The View from Apartment Four: On Loving and Leaving New York

The View from Apartment Four: On Loving and Leaving New York

| April 1, 2020

New York in the 1960s featured the Upper West Side as a diverse community, with free July Fourth fireworks, elite performances at Lincoln Center, and reasonably priced apartments and restaurants, albeit tainted by crime that inspired one Saul Bellow character to compare the neighborhood with Sodom and Gomorrah. Jump forward to the new millennium. While […]

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Life Champion

Life Champion

| March 26, 2020

Do you ever feel like being an adult sucks? You get so caught up in grown-up stuff like forgetting to pay bills, finding socks that match, and lying about why you were late for work that you lose sight of everything that ever made you happy as a child? You give up on popping wheelies. […]

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The Way is a River of Stars

The Way is a River of Stars

| March 26, 2020

In a memoir of saints, sages, and swollen ankles, Helen walks across the Catholic heartland of Northern Spain. Her chosen route is the picturesque Camino Way, a Christian pilgrimage revered since medieval times. Ancient towns and villages, each with a distinct culture and cuisine, mark the way. Memories and miles intertwine, spanning not only the […]

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Tales of the Unknown Rugger

Tales of the Unknown Rugger

| March 15, 2020

This is an autobiography by an amateur rugby player Liam Dunseath from the United Kingdom. It describes his playing days spanning over 21 years in several different countries at different levels. It speaks of the highs and lows of winning and losing, magnificent tries, injuries, off the field antics, rugby tours and the life long […]

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Life’s Mysterious Paths: A Woman’s Life

Life’s Mysterious Paths: A Woman’s Life

| January 23, 2020

After my first book “The Dark Edge of the Rainbow” which describes the last War as it was experienced by my family, I was asked to write about the rest of my life, because in conversations people always said: “You should write a book about this”. It was an extraordinary life which happened quite by […]

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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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