Tag: memoir

Seed, Grow, Love, Write: One man’s unexpected and slow journey to fulfillment

Seed, Grow, Love, Write: One man’s unexpected and slow journey to fulfillment

| September 10, 2018

“The author is a natural storyteller, with a keen ability to capture the inherent hilarity of both ordinary and extraordinary days. You won’t regret your time on his journey of reflections and growth through a lens that is reflective, comedic, heartfelt and wise.”       Are you still searching for your passion? Are you seeking […]

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Holly

Holly

| August 11, 2018

(A tribute to my daughter while on a journey growing and changing together) From the beginning, Holly had to “fight” to live. I feared my daughter would not survive because she not only was born with Down Syndrome, she was born with heart disease. My tiny baby suffered with heart failure often and Kaiser Hospital […]

I Found My Tomorrow in Paris

I Found My Tomorrow in Paris

| August 8, 2018

Her life in chaos after the termination of a 30 year marriage, this adventurous woman chucks it all and escapes to France to find some meaning to the second half of her life. Not knowing a soul or the language, and step by divinely-led (sometimes comical, but always-challenging) step, she re-shapes her life’s course despite […]

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Tatami Days: Getting a Life in Japan

Tatami Days: Getting a Life in Japan

| August 8, 2018

Japan for the existentialist reader. The story of how an Australian Samuel Beckett scholar and arts writer travels to Japan on spec and returns fifteen years later with a life and an alley cat. An intellectual step ahead of other books on culture and the expat experience, and a memorably rich and witty read. In […]

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Music to My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes

Music to My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes

| July 11, 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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Reversed: A Memoir (Bargain Book $2.00)

Reversed: A Memoir (Bargain Book $2.00)

| July 1, 2018

“HE’S THE WORST CHILD I’VE SEEN IN 20 YEARS OF TEACHING.” When Lois Letchford learns her son has been diagnosed with a low IQ at the end of grade one, she refuses to give up on his future. Testing showed Nicholas had no spatial awareness, limited concentration, and could only read ten words; he is […]

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Living in Italy

Living in Italy

| June 28, 2018

Would you dare to follow your dream and move or retire to Italy? Stef & Nico did, although their dog Sara had her doubts. Now from your comfortable armchair you can share in the hilarious & horrendous adventures they experienced when they moved to Italy to start a bed and breakfast.   For lovers of amusing travelogue memoirs who like […]

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Determined: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter

Determined: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter

| June 4, 2018

Avraham Perlmutter is just ten years old when his life changes forever. In 1938, the Nazis arrive in Avraham’s hometown of Vienna, Austria. Desperate to help their son survive, his parents send him to the Netherlands. But the invading German army soon follows. During the ensuing war-torn years, young Avraham braves harrowing captures, daring escapes, […]

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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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