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Dress, Memory: A memoir of my twenties in dresses

by Lorelei Vashti

A charming coming-of-age memoir in which every dress tells a story.


Gunner and Land Girl: Bob and Connie, Their War Years. 1939-1945

by Steve Orwin

"Bob and Connie were just eighteen and sixteen when they met and started walking to work together. They got to know each other well enough in the year and a half before World War II started to stay together...


Teaching Will: What Shakespeare and 10 Kids Gave Me that Hollywood Couldn't

by Mel Ryane

After the waning of her successful acting career, Mel Ryane found herself creatively adrift and proposed creating an after-school Shakespeare program at a local inner-city public school. Loaded with an armory...


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...


Isis in America: The Classic Eyewitness Account of Madame Blavatsky's Journey to America and theOccult Revolution She Ignited

by Henry S Olcott

Theosophical Society cofounder Colonel Henry Steel Olcott's memoirs cover his years with Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and the birth of the American occult-part of the new Tarcher Supernatural Library.

There...


Incomplete Without My Brother, Adonis

by Kaizer Mabhilidi Nyatsumba

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"We walked on a patch of grass that seemed to have been burnt a few hours earlier, with soot covering our feet. There, in front of us, lay my beloved brother, Adonis, lifeless, his body facing up....


Benjamin and Daisy: The Story of Two Rescue Dogs and the Psychiatrist They Trained

by Michael Paul Pruitt

Benjamin and Daisy: The Story of Two Rescue Dogs and the Psychiatrist They Trained is a memoir about a young psychiatrist who adopts a neglected dog and has his life significantly enhanced as a result. The ultimate...


The Boy Who Talked to Dogs: A Memoir

by Martin McKenna

When Martin McKenna was growing up in Garryowen, Ireland, in the 1970s, he felt the whole world knew him as just “that stupid boy.” Badly misunderstood by his family and teachers, Martin escaped from endless...


Blind Curves: A Woman, a Motorcycle, and a Journey to Reinvent Herself

by Linda Crill

After months of following one-size-fits-all advice for a fifty-seven-year-old widow, Linda Crill is still miserable, until she makes a rebellious spur-of-the-moment decision: she trades her corporate suits for...


31 Days: A Memoir of Seduction

by Marcia Gloster

Marcia Gloster was a college student traveling through Europe in the summer of 1963. When she arrived in Salzburg, Austria to study at Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision, she envisioned a month of intensive...


A Father's Love: One Man's Unrelenting Battle to Bring His Abducted Son Home

by David Goldman

What would you do if your four-year-old son was abducted—by your spouse?

In June 2004, David Goldman took his Brazilian wife, Bruna, and their son, Sean, to the airport. She told him that they would be returning...


The Great Below, The: A journey into loss

by Maddy Paxman

Maddy's husband, the poet Michael Donaghy, died suddenly at the age of fifty, leaving her to bring up their young son alone. After the shock of his unexpected death, the funeral and public mourning of this well-loved...


Children of Catastrophe: Journey from a Palestinian Refugee Camp to America

by Jamal Kanj

A great deal has been written over the years addressing the Palestine-Israel conflict, and the creation of the Palestinian refugee problem. However, few works on the subject really present the personal aspect:...


Once upon a Time in Jerusalem: "Once Upon a Time in Jerusalem" tells the saga of a Palestinian family living in Jerusalem during the British mandate,

by Sahar Hamouda

"Once Upon a Time in Jerusalem" tells the saga of a Palestinian family living in Jerusalem during the British mandate, and its fate in the diaspora following the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948....


Weeds Don't Perish: Memoirs of a Defiant Old Woman

by Hanna Braun

This is the story of a life lived to the full. Hanna Braun was born in 1927 to a Jewish family living in Germany. The family immigrated to Palestine in 1937, shortly after Hitler came to power in Germany and...


A World Elsewhere: An American Woman in Wartime Germany

by Sigrid MacRae

The extraordinary love story of an American blueblood and a German aristocrat-and a riveting tale of survival in wartime Germany

Sigrid MacRae never knew her father, until a trove of letters revealed not only...


Misdiagnosed: One Woman's Tour of--And Escape From--Healthcareland

by Jody Berger

"Berger movingly details her journey to healing. Her indefatigable quest...underscores the fact that there is no such thing as one size fits all in medicine."-Gayatri Devi, MD, clinical associate professor,...


The House at Royal Oak: Starting Over & Rebuilding a Life One Room at a Time

by CarolEron Rizzoli

An unforgettable story about a couple who follow their dream of converting a run-down country house into a working bed and breakfast, and what they learn along the way from an old home, a close-knit community,...


Misgivings

by C. K. Williams

An intense, refractory memoir by a major poet

Misgivings is C. K. Williams's searing recollection of his family's extreme dynamics and of his parents' deaths after years of struggle, bitterness, and inner conflict....


Father and Son

by Marcos Giralt Torrente & Natasha Wimmer

"This is a story about two people, but I’m the only one telling it."Many authors have wrestled with the death of a father in their writing, but few have grappled with the subject as fiercely, or as powerfully,...