Tag: memoir

I Only Wanted to Live: The Struggle of a Boy to Survive the Holocaust

I Only Wanted to Live: The Struggle of a Boy to Survive the Holocaust

| April 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

A broad picture of the Holocaust from the point of view of a child This book is a memoir of a child who is swept into the whirlwind of the Holocaust. The epic history is narrowed down to the struggle of a single boy nicknamed Leosz to survive the war. From age 7 to age […]

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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

| April 14, 2018

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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Sketches of a Black Cat: Story of a night flying WWII pilot and artist (Bargain Book $1.99)

Sketches of a Black Cat: Story of a night flying WWII pilot and artist (Bargain Book $1.99)

| February 24, 2018

(Available in Color or B&W – click both format arrows – or Color Kindle) This beautiful, new FULL COLOR second edition is now one hundred pages longer, filled with additional fresh stories, artwork, photos, and adventures. Howard Miner never expected to contract the first documented case of the mumps in Guadalcanal history. As a Navy […]

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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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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.

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Nowhere Near Perfect

Nowhere Near Perfect

| November 1, 2017

The personal memories of Kevin Katovic created @2010The personal memories of Kevin Katovic created @2010

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The Power I Need To Conquer And Shine

The Power I Need To Conquer And Shine

| September 30, 2017

After he had absolutely finished playing football, Joe Words gallivanted around and ultimately bumped into a foreigner who looked after cattle. He called the foreigner a slave because he was a cowboy. As a revenge, the cowboy retorted “You are a disgrace to Ghana” and finally knocked him down by striking his elbow against his […]

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Mimi’s Eulogy to-be & Legacy

Mimi’s Eulogy to-be & Legacy

| September 14, 2017

When you get a kick up the bum from your Guardian Angel… Why on earth would anyone ever want to write their own eulogy-to-be? Well, sometimes life just sucks, and then consequently your eulogy would suck too. Double whammy. The word eulogy-to-be is a concession we had to make because certain family members became quite […]

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We Were Not Spoiled: A Franco-American Memoir

We Were Not Spoiled: A Franco-American Memoir

| August 12, 2017

WHAT WAS LIFE LIKE IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY? We Were Not Spoiled chronicles the life of a Mainer born in 1921 in Lewiston and raised there. Lucille Verreault Ledoux’s life is typical of many Franco-Americans of her generation and, as such, is an important addition to our understanding of Maine’s ethnically […]

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