That’s How It Was by Hazel Pacheco Best described as slyly funny and heart-warming, That’s How It Was: Operation Finders Keepers is uniquely written in letter format. Written from a ten-year-old boy’s perspective, Randy Ray’s letters prove to be captured moments in time just waiting to be discovered by his daughters thirty-seven years later. These […]
Mayhem 337: Memoir of a Combat Advisor in Afghanistan by Chad Rickard In 2008, Senior U.S. Army Infantry Sergeant Chad Rickard embedded within the Afghan Army as a Combat Advisor. During a yearlong deployment, he slugged it out with Haqqani Taliban on Afghanistan’s eastern border, along Pakistan’s Northwest Frontier. Follow Rickard as he engages in […]
Wheels of Injustice by Susan Louise Gabriel It began with one woman’s fight to save her child and ended in a national movement— Six weeks into a blissful honeymoon, life turns into a nightmare when Susan’s 9-year-old daughter is taken away and her husband is falsely accused of child sexual abuse. A simple misunderstanding is […]
All Is Not LOST by Shannon Kenny Carbonell All Is Not LOST is the story of what happened when one woman set aside a lifelong dream in favor of her kids, only to find herself battling her own ego and unfulfilled ambition. Shannon Kenny Carbonell — wife of actor Nestor Carbonell of LOST, Bates Motel, […]
Finding Heaven In The Dark by William L. Ingram FINDING HEAVEN IN THE DARK – A MEMOIR ABOUT LIFE’S MEANING The Story of a Boy’s Journey from Rebellion To Redemption.
What if you have to survive undercover in a hostile land? A single slip can lead to arrest, torture, execution. Who can be trusted? Discover what kept Churchill’s secret saboteurs alive in occupied France, Holland or Thailand – or didn’t! ‘A fascinating and important study of a long-hidden corner of SOE history.’ Dr Roderick Bailey, […]
You Can’t Buy Love Like That: Growing Up Gay in the Sixties by Carol Anderson How do you live an authentic life while keeping a secret? This award-winning memoir chronicles one woman’s struggle to be true to herself as she grapples with the ramifications of accepting that she’s gay amid the religious, social and legal […]
Evelyn Evolving by Maryann Miller A novel of real life. Four-year-old Evelyn Gundrum’s secure and happy world is turned upside down when she and her sister are abandoned by their mother and sent to an orphanage run by the terrifying Sister Honora. An orphanage is not an ideal place for a child to live, even […]
Aiming High: How a Prominent Sports and Celebrity Agent Hit Bottom at the Top by Darren Prince The book “Aiming High” is the astonishing and amazing story of sports and celebrity agent Darren Prince, who battled addiction while representing some of the most iconic figures in the world. After a drug overdose, many demoralizing nights, […]
Secrets – Never Heard Until Now – of the Book of Revelation by John Zachary Inspirational mysteries held secret for thirty years, that impinge on the twenty-first century. Across two millennia, the book of Revelation seems to have lain in a deep crypt, shrouded by its mysteries. Have you been waiting for the day that […]
I Was Just a Radioman by Pamela Ackerson Their hearts were strong, and their courage endless. Pearl Harbor survivor, Black Cat radioman, and decorated WW 2 veteran. ARM H. P. Lawrence, tells the true story of the fight against the Japanese in this compilation of his memoirs. One of only a handful of non-Native American […]
Broadcast Brothers: On The Radio by Steve and Paul Jenner Steve and Paul Jenner Like BritLit? Like the British sense of humor? Like a real, autobiographical story with added rock ‘n’ roll? Well, this is for you. On Amazon.co.uk this has at the time of writing 17 x 5 star reviews; now we’d like to […]
The First Man on the Moon by Laurent Pehem Laurent and Harry want a baby. Easier said than done for a gay couple. When their adoption application is rejected, the two men embark on an insane adventure in Thailand.
Coming of Age by Deborah Beatriz Blum The true coming of age story of Margaret Mead — one of the heroines of the twentieth century — that reveals events and relationships she hid from the world during her lifetime and beyond.
Song of Praise for a Flower by Fengxian Chu and Charlene Chu By Fengxian Chu With Charlene Chu For nearly two decades, this manuscript lay hidden in a Chinese bank vault until a long-lost cousin from America inspired 92-year-old author Fengxian Chu to unearth it. “Song of Praise for a Flower” traces a century of […]
From Ice and Snow by Dianne Bunnell Jane Bernard lost her 12-year-old twin daughters to a religious hijacking perpetrated by their father, Reverend Logan Churlick. Jane is heartbroken and embittered by the loss, causing her to jeopardize her once-happy marriage with her great love, Bolivar Bernard. When the twins are 18, Bekah reaches out to […]
Sweet Melissa Ignorance is not Bliss by Susan Segovia-Munoz Heroin Addiction-The Lifestyle-The Recovery I’m not a celebrity or a model. I’m not rich or famous. I’m a hooker, a hustler and a junkie. It’s not like I chose this lifestyle but something inside of me took over my entire being. I became reckless and out […]