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What Comes Next and How to Like It: A Memoir

by Abigail Thomas

From the bestselling author of A Three Dog Life, which “shines with honest intelligence” (Elizabeth Gilbert): a fresh, exhilarating, superbly written memoir about aging, family, creativity, tragedy, friendship,...


You Have to Stand for Something, Or You'll Fall for Anything

by Star Jones

Smart, funny, provocative--she writes it like she talks it on The View!

Strongly held beliefs, a wicked sense of humor, and take-no-prisoners opinions--her many fans have come to expect all this and more from...


Heaven Is a Beautiful Place: A Memoir of the South Carolina Coast

by Genevieve C. Peterkin & William P. Baldwin

Peterkin's recounting of stories of her family circle and her lowcountry home now available in paperback


Pixie Annat: Champion of Nurses

by Colleen Ryan Clur

The inspiring story of a Queensland woman who fought for recognition of nurses throughout her long and distinguished nursing career, and later campaigned on behalf of homeless women and the elderly. Isobel Mary...


Bon Appetempt: A Coming-of-Age Story (with Recipes!)

by Amelia Morris

When Amelia Morris saw a towering, beautiful chocolate cake in Bon Appétit and took the recipe home to recreate it for a Christmas day brunch she was hosting, it resulted in a terrible (but tasty) mess that...


Subject to Change

by Renee Rodin

Subject to Change is a series of self-portraits along the road of a life well lived.


Queen Bess: Daredevil Aviator

by Doris L. Rich

Here is the brief but intense life of Bessie Coleman, America's first African American woman aviator. Born in 1892 in Atlanta, Texas, she became known as “Queen Bess,” a barnstormer and flying-circus performer...


Behind Every Great Man: The Forgotten Women Behind the World's Famous and Infamous

by Marlene Wagman-Geller

Who Said Men Get to Monopolize the Glory?

Discover the Little Known Women Who Have Put the World's Alpha Males on the Map.

From ancient times to the present, men have gotten most of the good ink. Yet standing...


A Walk In My Stilettos: How To Get Through The Struggle With Grace

by Makini Smith

As human beings, we look to outside sources to validate our own thoughts and experiences. This general notion is called "social proof." When we see that others have been through similar experiences and have...


The Art of Not Having it All

by Melissa Kite

Melissa Kite's hilarious and honest memoir draws readers in to her exploits in not having it all in the world of leaning in--complete with dating misadventures, heroic plumbers, and clinically obese fish.

Does...


Fallen: Out of the Sex Industry & Into the Arms of the Savior

by Annie Lobert

After more than a decade as a victim of the commercial sex industry, Annie Lobert shares not only her redemption story but those of others involved in sex trafficking.


Maya Deren: Incomplete Control

by Sarah Keller

Maya Deren (1917–1961) was a Russian-born American filmmaker, theorist, poet, and photographer working at the forefront of the American avant-garde in the 1940s and 1950s. Influenced by Jean Cocteau and Marcel...


Shine: Making the most of life without losing yourself

by Samantha Armytage

SHINE is your chance to sit down with Samantha Armytage, co-host of Channel Seven's top-rating SUNRISE, where she takes you inside her world and the lessons she's learned (and is still learning!) about life,...


Teresa, My Love: An Imagined Life of the Saint of Avila

by Julia Kristeva & Lorna Scott Fox

Mixing fiction, history, psychoanalysis, and personal fantasy, Teresa, My Love follows Sylvia Leclercq, a French psychoanalyst, academic, and incurable insomniac, as she falls for the sixteenth-century Saint...


Fireflies at Twilight: Letters of Pat Adams

by Pat Adams & Cate Adams

"Waiting for Pat was like waiting for the music to start," write the editors of Fireflies at Twilight: Letters from Pat Adams. A true Aquarian-age woman, Pat was equally comfortable swinging a hammer on a building...


The Hollow Heart: The true story of one woman's desire to give life and how it almost destroyed her own

by Martina Devlin

In three attempts at in-vitro fertilization Martina Devlin lost nine embryos. Or nine 'maybe babies' as she thought of them. But she also lost her marriage and her dreams of being a mother. The Hollow Heart...


Dearest Ones At Home: Clara Taylor's Letters from Russia, 1917-1919

by Katrina Maloney & Patricia Maloney

On November 5, 1917, Taylorville, Illinois native Clara Taylor stepped off a Trans-Siberian Railway train into a city then called Petrograd, Russia. Employed by the YWCA as an industrial expert, Clara had been...


The Lonely War: One Woman's Account of the Struggle for Modern Iran

by Nazila Fathi

As a nine-year-old Tehrani schoolgirl during the Iranian Revolution, Nazila Fathi watched her country change before her eyes. The revolutionaries—most of them poor, uneducated, and radicalized—seized jobs,...


The First Lady of Radio: Eleanor Roosevelt's Historic Broadcasts

by Stephen Drury Smith & Blanche Wiesen Cook

On the afternoon of December 7, 1941, as a stunned nation gathered around the radio to hear the latest about Pearl Harbor, Eleanor Roosevelt was preparing for her weekly Sunday evening national radio program....


Finding Zoe: A Deaf Woman's Story of Identity, Love, and Adoption

by Gail Harris, Brandi Rarus & Marlee Matlin

At just a few months old, Zoe was gradually losing her hearing. Her adoptive parents loved her—yet agonized—feeling they couldn’t handle raising a Deaf child. Would Zoe go back into the welfare system and...