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Live All You Can: Alexander Joy Cartwright and the Invention of Modern Baseball

by Jay Martin

Laying waste to the notion that Abner Doubleday established the modern game of baseball, acclaimed biographer Jay Martin makes a bold case for A. J. Cartwright (1820-1892), an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and...


There's a Road to Everywhere Except Where You Came From: A Memoir

by Bryan Charles

There's a Road to Everywhere Except Where You Came From is the memoir of a young Midwestern man struggling to carve out a life as a writer, and to find meaning, or at least a job, in his new and alien landscape...


The Circle of Hanh: A Memoir

by Bruce Weigl

In this piercingly honest memoir, Bruce Weigl, who has established himself as one of our finest American poets, explores the central experience of his life as a writer and a man: the Vietnam War, which tore...


Back from the Brink: True Stories and Practical Help for Overcoming Depression and Bipolar Disorder

by Graeme Cowan, Glenn Close & Allen Doederlein

In Back from the Brink, author Graeme Cowan-who has suffered from severe depression himself-presents candid and poignant interviews with people from all walks of life who have struggled with serious depression...


ADHD According to Zoe: The Real Deal on Relationships, Finding Your Focus, and Finding Your Keys

by Zoë|Quinn, Patricia O. Kessler

In this unique and engaging memoir, journalist and popular blogger Zoë Kessler shares her own story of being diagnosed with ADHD in her late 40s. Throughout the book she offers readers key coping skills based...


The Sum of My Parts: A Survivor's Story of Dissociative Identity Disorder

by Olga Trujillo

The Sum of My Parts is the incredible true story of Olga Trujillo, whose childhood was devastated by sexual abuse and violence. This memoir follows Olga as she splits herself into ìpartsî and develops dissociative...


ADHD and Me: What I Learned from Lighting Fires at the Dinner Table

by Blake E. S. Taylor & Lara Honos-Webb

From an attempt to hurl his infant sister off the edge of a table to being lashed down to a dining room chair by an irate babysitter, the stories from Blake Taylor's life with attention deficit/hyperactivity...


The Buddha and the Borderline: My Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder Through Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Buddhism, and

by Kiera Van Gelder

The Buddha and the Borderline is a riveting, first-person account of one woman's struggle with borderline personality disorder (BPD)-a diagnosis some have called a psychiatric death sentence-and her eventual...


Nanny: A Memoir of Love and Secrets

by Nancy Salz

"A probing, heartfelt memoir about the true meaning of family" Kirkus Reviews "Powerful... wrenching" New York Arts "A beautiful memoir from the heart..." Melana Watrous, author of If You Follow Me "Beautifully...


Love and Fury: A Memoir

by Richard Hoffman

An acclaimed author reflects on his upbringing in a post–World War II blue-collar family and comes to terms with the racism, sexism, and other toxic values he inherited.

Finalist for the 2014 New England Book...


The Secret to Life: Finding Meaning and Purpose in a Chaotic Society

by Kara D Spain, Kevin Dooley & Vallinda Persaud

Part Memoir, part guide to life, and how to find meaning and purpose in an often chaotic society. The author touches on small town, southern life, and how that influenced her life and view of the world. This...


S Street Rising: Crack, Murder, and Redemption in D.C.

by Ruben Castaneda

During the height of the crack epidemic that decimated the streets of D.C., Ruben Castaneda covered the crime beat for the Washington Post. The first in his family to graduate from college, he had landed a job...


Altitude Adjustment: A Quest for Love, Home, and Meaning in the Tetons

by Mary Beth Baptiste

Aware that her youth is slipping by, Mary Beth Baptiste decides to escape her lackluster, suburban life in coastal Massachusetts to pursue her lifelong dream of being a Rocky Mountain woodswoman. To the horror...


My Retirement Gap Year

by Dr Frances Black

This is a baby-boomer book, a non-fiction, memoir involving a journey which resulted in unexpected personal growth and helped the author adapt to retirement. Dr Frances Black's "retirement gap year" was in a...


Beautiful on the Mountain: An Inspiring True Story

by Jeannie Light & David Aikman

If you enjoyed the classic novel Christy and the bestselling Mitford series, then you’ll love Beautiful on the Mountain, a real-life tale about serving God in unlikely circumstances. In 1977, Jeannie Light...


JFK Jr., George, & Me: A Memoir

by Matt Berman

If George magazine was about “not just politics as usual,” a day at the office with John F. Kennedy Jr. was not just business as usual. John handpicked Creative Director Matt Berman to bring his vision for...


Drunk Mom: A Memoir

by Jowita Bydlowska

A bestseller in its native Canada, Drunk Mom is a gripping, brutally honest memoir of motherhood in the shadow of alcoholism

Three years after giving up drinking, Jowita Bydlowska found herself throwing back...


Aux Trois Saisons - An Inn in Burgundy: Second Edition

by Morton Sobel

The story of the creation and life of an inn in the French Burgundy wine country, as told by the author, a former professor at the Harvard School of Dentistry. Complete with menus and recipes he used at the...


It's a Wild Life: How My Life Became a Zoo

by Bud DeYoung & Cindy Martinusen Coloma

Pursuing your passion includes a whole lot of crap. For Bud DeYoung, that’s about two hundred pounds a day!

Since childhood, Bud had a passion for animals. As an adult, that passion led to the rescue of a bear...


A Jane Austen Education: How Six Novels Taught Me About Love, Friendship, and the Things That Really Matter

by William Deresiewicz

Before Jane Austen, William Deresiewicz was a very different young man. A sullen and arrogant graduate student, he never thought Austen would have anything to offer him. Then he read Emma—and everything changed....