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A Leg to Stand On: An Amputee's Walk into Motherhood

by Colleen Haggerty

When Colleen Haggerty lost her leg in an accident during her senior year of high school, she could have retreated from life and let her disability become her defining quality-and no one would have blamed her...


Daring to Date Again: A Memoir

by Ann Anderson Evans

Ann has two kids, two careers, two divorces, a pile of friends and sings soprano in the church choir. But after twelve years single, she is sick of celibacy. She's been through enough to know that marriage is...


A Likely Tale, Lad: Laughs & larks growing up in the 1970s

by Mike Pannett

For a young lad like Mike Pannett, growing up in the North Yorkshire countryside in the late 1960s and early '70s was a dream come true. The sun always seemed to be shining, the summer holidays lasted forever,...


Where Have I Been All My Life?: A Journey Toward Love and Wholeness

by Cheryl Rice

Where Have I Been All My Life? is a compelling memoir recounting one woman's journey through grief and a profound feeling of unworthiness to wholeness and healing. It begins with the chillingly sudden death...


Say It Out Loud: Revealing and Healing the Scars of Sexual Abuse

by Roberta Dolan

Breaking the silence about sexual abuse is vital-but it's only the first step. What happens next? For most survivors, the wounds caused left by such abuse are often left to fester, slowly destroying their lives....


Confessions of a Cock-Eyed Optimist

by Nigel Quiney

This volume continues to explore the life of Nigel Quiney during the decade of the nineteen-seventies. Both his companies - Nigel Quiney Designs, and Ridley Quiney & Co Ltd - are successful and expanding. By...


More Cock-Eyed Optimism

by Nigel Quiney

This frank and honest memoir follows the life of Nigel Quiney aged twenty-one returning to London from the USA. He re-joins the family business of paper importers Ridley Quiney & Co. and leaves home. The new...


The Coconut Latitudes: Secrets, Storms, and Survival in the Caribbean

by Rita M. Gardner

A father makes the fateful decision to leave a successful career in the US behind and move to an isolated beach in the Dominican Republic. He plants ten thousand coconut seedlings, transplants his wife and two...


Conversations with Freddie Mercury

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Meet the real Freddie Mercury, the iconic vocalist of Queen who died in 1991. We make contact through Sussan (the host) who connects to him via a process channeling that allows Freddie to use the hosts vocabularly...


Conversations with Linda McCartney

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Linda McCartney was the wife of ex Beatle Paul McCartney. But what of her inner thoughts and her regrets. Now Listen as Linda reflects and gives advice on her breast cancer, thoughts of Heather Mills and Nancy...


Conversations with George Harrison

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Sitting with Sussan the host and listening to George talk about his life, loves and music became more than what I expected. We talked about Olivia, Dhani his son and 'The Traveling Wilburys'. Whether you are...


Growing up in Lee-on-the-Solent

by John W Green

John Green's family moved to Lee-on-the-Solent just in time for the outbreak of war in 1939. For a seven-year-old, war sounded like an exciting adventure, but as he sheltered with his mother and sister under...


I Came Out Sideways: From Liverpool to Another Place

by George Porter

George Porter was born on the fault-line, that perilous place where he lived neither in material comfort nor in abject poverty. To one side of his family's cramped home in Waterloo, were the terrors of the Liverpool...


In a MeSs: An Inspirational laugh out loud account of how MS affected one man & his family

by James Roberts (Bob) Worthington & Cathy Gordon

James Roberts Worthington was born in 1933 and lived his growing up years in the north of England, doing what normal northern lads do. He took a job down South, met his wife and returned back to the North there...


Critical Mass

by Tim Balfour

This story is fiction based on a true story of love and intrigue between two lovers in their early twenties, during the summer of 1988. In London, it was the time of acid-house music, squat parties and the last...


Critical Mass

by Tim Balfour

This story is fiction based on a true story of love and intrigue between two lovers in their early twenties, during the summer of 1988. In London, it was the time of acid-house music, squat parties and the last...


Letting Go into Perfect Love: Discovering the Extraordinary after Abuse

by Gwendolyn M Plano

As a college administrator, Gwen Plano lived her professional life in a highly visible and accountable space-but as wife and mother, after hours and behind closed doors, she experienced the daily terror of domestic...


Text Me, Love Mom: Two Girls, Two Boys, One Empty Nest

by Candace Allan

In an age where our kids are helicopter parented and bubble wrapped, this mother of four isn't looking forward to her four talented, artistic children leaving the family home. Bubble after protective bubble...


The Regimental Piano: A Story of War, Love and Peace: The Memoirs of Major Bob Orrell, RE

by Tim Parker

Born in 1918 Major Bob Orrell grew up in the Lancashire town of Tottington. His army career was briefly deferred so he could complete his civil engineering exams but he was drafted into the Royal Engineers in...


Through Partisan Eyes. My Friendships, Literary Education, and Political Encounters in Italy (1956-2013). With Sidelights on My Experiences in the United States, France, and the Soviet Union

by Frank Rosengarten

Frank Rosengarten’s Through Partisan Eyes is a remarkably powerful antidote to the pervasive view of Italy as a museum. His memoir brings poignantly into relief a vibrant scene of intellectuals (in the capacious...