What if depression was a gift and not suffering? At the age of 31, Yong Kang Chan was left with no job, no income and most important of all, no identity. He thought having a job in an animation studio would lead him to the right career path. But an unexpected turn of events led […]
About The Book of Barkley – Love and Life Through the Eyes of of a Labrador Retriever by L.B. Johnson The #1 Amazon Best Seller and winner of the 2015 Reader’s Favorite Silver International Book Award for Non Fiction. Jet pilot turned Law Enforcement Investigator, LB Johnson had learned enough about loss and heartbreak to […]
About Forgiveness Unforgettable by Nikki Lee Brannon A chilling tale of a southern raised musician whose horrific childhood caused her great pain and distrust.Nikki Lee Brannon endured a life of extreme domestic violence fueled by alcoholism, sexual abuse, and poverty which fostered an atmosphere of complete chaos.Nikki was very fortunate to have an influential Christian […]
Genre: Memoir Jen thinks of traveling Europe with fellow Mormon, Jeanne, and a Catholic Eskimo named Bert, as an escape from her conservative upbringing and the pressures of conforming to a religion she does not believe in. But she discovers freedom means more than being worldly, having a guilt free good time and finding the […]
Genre: Memoir What kind of mother abandons her children? Donna George couldn’t imagine, until heroin and opiates became more important to her than life itself. Even drugs couldn’t mask the pain in her heart, but they could get her busted. Her choice became jail or Sunflower House, an extreme, last chance rehab she couldn’t possibly […]
Genre: Memoir Winner of the 2012 IndieReader Discovery Award for Best Memoir, Mirror Talk is about a Catholic girlhood and working in theatre. Link to buy book
From the darkness of a six by eight foot cell in solitary confinement to the top of the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere, this is the captivating story of one man’s struggle to recover from a troubled past. Charlie is known to his friends as an accomplished mountain climber and entertaining storyteller. Few know […]
This is a very emotional book, and I am happy to say that comes across in the audio version. I was lucky to work with a narrator who put so much of himself into the production of the book. It’s not just that he has an excellent voice, but that he cared so much about getting every detail of the production right.
As an author, it was odd to hear my story – my life, really – coming out of a speaker in someone else’s voice. I forgot about that in the first ten minutes I was listening, though, and just enjoyed the great storytelling Jeff Conwell did.