Biographies & Memoirs

Music to My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes

Music to My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes

| January 17, 2018

From radio to scores of TV and movie soundtracks, Artie Kane’s music has touched and inspired millions of people. In his newly released memoir, “Music To My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes,” he captures the romantic as well as the unrelenting perfectionism demanded in the entertainment industry. Mr. Kane conducted scores for over […]

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Chinese Lessons: An American mother teaches her children how to be Chinese in China

Chinese Lessons: An American mother teaches her children how to be Chinese in China

| January 6, 2018

When single mother Patti Waldmeir decides to raise her two adopted Chinese daughters close to their culture, the whole family embarks on the adventure of a lifetime. They move to Shanghai when Lucy and Grace are seven and eight and stay until they are in high school. Waldmeir, an award-winning author and foreign correspondent, interrogates […]

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Man & Horse: The Long Ride Across America

Man & Horse: The Long Ride Across America

| January 5, 2018

In 1974 a disenfranchised young man from a broken home set out to do the impossible. With a hundred dollars in his pocket, a beat up cavalry saddle, and a faraway look in his eye, John Egenes saddled his horse Gizmo and started down the trail on an adventure across the North American continent. Their […]

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A Young Geek’s Journal

A Young Geek’s Journal

| January 4, 2018

Superheroes, video games, books, and science fiction. What’s it like to grow up in a world where Link is constantly being called Zelda? Discover the geek world as experienced and seen through a young woman’s eyes in this hilariously relatable journey, which seeks to unite and inspire all who read it via laughter inducing anecdotes, […]

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Van Dwelling Voyage: A Journey to Escape the Rat Race, Live Anywhere, and Rediscover the American Dream

Van Dwelling Voyage: A Journey to Escape the Rat Race, Live Anywhere, and Rediscover the American Dream

| January 3, 2018

At 22, Charlie West was fresh out of college and, like all young adults, was about to come face to face with the most terrifying thing imaginable: the Real World. Crappy jobs, worse housing, outlandish rent, and the prospect of a soul-sucking life in Corporate America all loomed on the horizon. Filled with doubt and […]

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Bully Boys

Bully Boys

| December 29, 2017

Boarding school has always been seen as an opportunity to get a good education, and to learn a bit about the realities of life…. But just what does that mean? Unfortunately in the past and possibly even still today, that has meant children having to endure a certain amount of bullying and brutality, from fellow […]

The Big Blue Ball: A Memoir

The Big Blue Ball: A Memoir

| December 28, 2017

From the author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller The Kindness of Strangers comes a humorous and deeply revealing memoir about travel, perseverance, and the surprising places we find inspiration. In 1962, when Mike McIntyre’s colorful grandmother becomes the first member of his working-class California family to travel overseas, she returns with a Pan Am […]

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Tree of Lives

Tree of Lives

| December 15, 2017

Based on actual events, Tree of Lives follows Ruth, an unconventional commercial artist, and her murderous great uncle Raymond. He is a ghost with a tragic secret who desperately wants to make amends. She is the only one willing to help, but first she needs to overcome a lifetime of heartbreaking turns.

Cruising the Mediterranean

Cruising the Mediterranean

| December 6, 2017

This feel-good travel memoir by a couple well-beyond youth proves that age is no barrier to delicious fun, unexpected adventure, gentle wanderings and the dazzling beauty of lovely planet Earth. Entertaining, informative, filled with wit and wonder, this day-by-day sightseeing memoir is an easy and enjoyable read. When Al and Sunny Lockwood registered for a […]

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Saint James Infirmary

Saint James Infirmary

| December 1, 2017

As the crow flies and the Ford woodie ambles, it is a thousand miles and more on the road. One passenger is living and the other is dead and they are both talking. In July, 1978, Jim Logan, a second string 60’s folksinger is in New Orleans for the birthday of Tom Parrish. Tom’s sudden […]

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