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The Alpine Path

by Lucy Maud Montgomery

The Alpine Path: The Story of My Career (1917) by L. M. Montgomery.

"The Alpine Path" of the title refers to the long climb she had to achieve success as a writer. She began in childhood, and never wavered in...


Getting My Bounce Back

by Carolee Belkin Walker

#1 Amazon New Release ? Female, fit and fifty

Exercise is not optional: You don’t have to run a marathon to be fit and healthy or suffer through a triathlon that includes a half-mile swim in the ocean. But...


The Audacity of Inez Burns

by Stephen G. Bloom

THE VIVID, SCANDAL-FILLED STORY OF A SHREWD, RAGS-TO-RICHES MILLIONAIRESS AND THE RUTHLESS POLITICIAN WHO PURSUED HER, TOLD AGAINST THE EFFERVESCENT BACKDROP OF AMERICA’S GOLDEN CITY—SAN FRANCISCO.

San Francisco,...


Mothers of Sparta

by Dawn Davies

“Davies' collection of essays soars.... It's a memoir that locates the profound within the ordinary.” Entertainment Weekly

If you’re looking for a typical parenting book, this is not it. This is not...


Jackie, Janet & Lee

by J. Randy Taraborrelli

*THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER*

A dazzling biography of three of the most glamorous women of the 20th Century: Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, her mother Janet Lee Auchincloss, and her sister, Princess...


Tales From the Ironing Board

by Jackie Smith, Mary Griffith & Tracy Teague

Every woman has her own tales to tell from her own ironing board.

 

“I felt I was somewhere I knew I shouldn’t be. To my left were bleachers, not even half full of people. To the right of the gate through...


The Girl in the Gold Bikini

by Dana Goldstein

After 40 years of trying to find happiness at the bottom of a bag of potato chips, author Dana Goldstein finally snapped. 

A lifetime of diets, denial, and bad relationship choices caused her weight to rise...


Tales of Rabia Al-Adawiyya The Great Female Muslim Sufi Saint from Basra

by Muhammad Vandestra

Running with fire in one hand and water in the other, Rabia explained, “I am going to burn paradise and douse hellfire so that both veils may be lifted from those on the quest, and they will become sincere...


Getting Off

by Erica Garza

A courageous account of one woman’s unflinching and ultimately hopeful journey through sex and porn addiction.

A fixation on porn and orgasm, strings of failed relationships and serial hook-ups with strangers,...


The Only Way Was Up

by Lillian M. Crosby

The Only Way Was Up was written as a labor of love for an incredible woman who rose above the circumstances of her birth. She is legally blind and physically deformed. These are things that she has struggled...


Crossing Against the Light

by Lesley Visser

  • Lesley has an established platform from her long career as an acclaimed female sportscaster
  • Among other honors, Lesley was the first and only woman enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, first woman...


Why They Stay

by Anne Michaud & Bonnie Britt

"Why They Stay" explores the reasoning and motivation of wives who stay with their politician-husbands after they cheat.

Hillary Clinton couldn't have known in 1998 how her husband's high-profile philandering...


The Secret Wife

by Janice Campbell Paul

Janice Campbell Paul was just an ordinary American woman, not particularly religious or spiritual, when she was stricken with fibromyalgia, an illness so inexplicable that even the doctors were left puzzled....


Katharine the Great

by Deborah Davis

In the early 1970s, Katharine Graham was one of the most powerful women on earth. The publisher of the Washington Post, she published the Pentagon Papers, which shed light on the darkest corners of the war in...


Out of My Lane

by Eileen Padberg

How does a wildly successful sixty-year-old Republican woman from affluent Orange County, California find herself smack in the middle of the Iraq War?

In the aftermath of 2003’s American-led invasion of Iraq,...


Fannye Cook

by Dorothy Shawhan, Marion Barnwell & Libby Hartfield

Conservationist Fannye Cook (1889-1964) was the most widely known scientist in Mississippi and was nationally known as the go-to person for biological information or wildlife specimens from the state. This biography...


I Would If I Could: But I Can't So I Won't

by Marc Shamus & Rosalind Menter

Powerful Biographic of Rosalind Menter

This book is the full details behind the scenes of the song: "I WOULD IF I COULD". This song is based on a fictitious story about a married couple and the fancy car that...


Gabrielle Bauer 2-Book Bundle

by Gabrielle Bauer

"Canada's Bridget Jones" Gabrielle Bauer shares her journey of self-recognition in her memoirs of a life as a square peg in a round hole.

Includes:

Waltzing the Tango: A Late Boomer Dances to the Wrong Tune

Bauer's...


Translation as Transhumance

by Mireille Gansel & Ros Schwartz

Mireille Gansel grew up in the traumatic aftermath of her family losing everything—including their native languages—to Nazi Germany. In the 1960s and 70s, she translated poets from East Berlin and Vietnam....


Dead Reckoning

by Carys Cragg

A powerful and emotional memoir about a woman whose father was brutally murdered at home by an intruder. Twenty years later, she decides to contact his murderer in prison, and learns startling new information...