KING OF X

KING OF X

The True Story of an Ecstasy Empire. One man’s crazy journey through the underground drug world. $9.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Tall

Tall
“This is the real tall girl triumph. Indeed, it’s an everygirl triumph.” (Catherine Moore, author of Borrowings of the Shan Van Vocht). After a failed engagement and another serious boyfriend, she meets the man of her dreams, who is two inches shorter. She marries him anyway. Free on Kindle.

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Hollywood Hollyweird – How People Survive And Make It!

Hello Everyone! First I would like to say that I am African-American & my book “Hollywood: Hollyweird How People Survive And Make It!” is about my nearly Decade stay in good ‘ole HOLLYWOOD, CA!! There as a bodyguard that got to network in & around such Celebrities as Paris Hilton, Chris Rock & Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx just to name a few! In this ‘Tell All’ is Great Adventure, a good look at the Fast Lane & much more! So sit tight & enjoy my experience in the magical world of Tinseltown!!! Thanks, Art Norman Jr.-author. $3.99 on Kindle
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Recipes for a Sacred Life: True Stories and a Few Miracles

Recipes for a Sacred Life: True Stories and a Few Miracles
A quiz sparked Rivvy Neshama’s decision to live a different kind of life — and in this unique memoir, she shares the encounters that taught her how. “Written in the spirit of Elizabeth Gilbert or Anne Lamott, Neshama’s stories (and a few miracles) are uplifting, witty, and wise.” (Publishers Weekly) $0.99 on Kindle

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Craving London: Confessions of an Incurable Romantic with an Insatiable Appetite

Craving London: Confessions of an Incurable Romantic with an Insatiable Appetite
“Read Jessica Stone’s evocative memoir and prepare to be dazzled. When I grow up, I want to write like Jessica!” -Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of The Big Leap

What if you could make anything happen…except the one thing you wanted most?

Still single five years after a broken engagement, 29-year-old food lover Jessica Stone decides to leave New York City for a fresh start in London, hoping the change in scenery would finally usher in a new relationship. In this all-consuming memoir, she indulges in one culinary adventure after another while undergoing the trials and tribulations of trying to date in a different country. Would she finally find the winning recipe for lasting love? $1.99 on Kindle

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Free: The Singing Widow of a Buddhist Priest

The Singing Widow of a Buddhist Priest by Ruth Reiner
When Sarah Green discovers her destiny is to tie her life with Japan, nothing can stop her. As she climbs up the corporate ladder in her Tokyo-based, Japanese firm, everything else in her life falls apart. Only the singing widow of a Buddhist priest, a white Persian cat, an ex-sumo champion, and a handsome mystery man can help her mold together her scattered self into a version of the woman she truly thirsts to be. The novel is humorous yet elegant in both its descriptions of Japan and its culture. It is a must-read for Japan lovers. Free on Kindle.

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To Argue With Oblivion

To Argue With Oblivion

An emotional roller coaster of a read – Fifteen operations, two radiotherapies, a week in a coma and a month in a wheelchair.
He died once, was crippled, brain-damaged and nearly blinded.
Seemingly broken beyond repair, he desperately wanted his life back.
But is it possible to defeat oblivion?
This personal story of healing and recovery is meant to encourage those dealing with any chronic illness, who may be close to giving up. Get inspired by this journey of recovery. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Bored on the Wild Side

Bored on the Wild Side

Forty-five years of stumbling, bumbling, and striving to make the American dream a reality. Beginning in the mid-1970s and hitting the brakes days before the 2020 elections, this compelling memoir shows us where we’ve been and where we might be headed via one man’s memories and experiences.

While it may read like a novel, every word is true: good, bad, and ugly.

Talk is cheap and some actions have expensive consequences. What’s worse? Regretting some of the things you’ve done, or wondering what might have been? Do you have the guts to chase your crazy dreams and live up to your highest ideals, or are your convictions as shallow as the ink on your T-shirt?

Filled with interesting characters, uncommon adventures, and gallows humor throughout, this is the tale of an individual who played it to the hilt until he was bored. Bored on the wild side. Free on Kindle.

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Eris Rising

Eris Rising

Courtney Ramm was one of 229 offspring born from the controversial “Genius Sperm Bank”, a genetic experiment that existed in the 1980s and ’90s. With a predisposition for “genius”, Courtney found herself driven toward success. Eris Rising is a story of breaking deep karmic patterns, grappling with the calling of destiny, and changing long-held karma into mission. With the powerful feminine warrior spirit of Eris as inspiration, this memoir shows how it’s possible to move forward after life-altering “mistakes”, and recover the true “genius” within. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love

Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love
Growing up, they didn’t believe they had a future. Together, they are building forever.

Alexis Black persevered through her mother’s death and her father’s imprisonment. And after escaping a long and abusive relationship, the college junior promised her foster parents not to date for at least a year. But when she meets an incoming freshman on the first day of their scholarship program, she feels the world melt away, as though it were only the two of them in the room.

Justin Black lived in the poorest section of Detroit before his parents surrendered him to the foster care system at the age of nine. But when he grabs the chance for better opportunities by pursuing higher education, he can’t help but be drawn to a beautiful third-year student. At first, their past traumas–and their age difference–conspired to complicate their attraction. But the joy each took in the other and eventually conquered those obstacles, and these two survivors journeyed together toward healing.

In a stark and wholehearted true story that shares how two individuals on separate paths found each other, Alexis and Justin merge their course into one full of hope and purpose. And hand-in-hand, with a desire to help others, they learned to reject the abusive patterns of their past, thereby intentionally breaking the cycle of generational violence and unhealthy behaviors.

Written in an engaging novelistic style, the authors put forward a thoughtful exchange of ideas and personal experiences illustrating how anybody, no matter their backgrounds, can have a life of self-empowerment and joy. Broken down into four sections that cover crucial topics such as “Worthiness” and “Mental Health,” this compelling narrative will help any who are learning to love themselves and want to end the line of toxic relationships.

Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness, and Love is a page-turning memoir that will open your eyes to possibilities and dreams. If you like honest tales of triumph, refreshing transparency, and resilient faith in God, then you’ll adore Justin and Alexis’ inspirational story.

This story contains mentions of domestic violence, trauma, sexual assault, and other difficult issues faced on the road to healing. $0.99 on Kindle.

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From Startupper to Cancer Fighter

From Startupper to Cancer Fighter

Hamza Aboulfeth, a young Moroccan serial entrepreneur, publishes his first book, an autobiography. In the account of his life, this singular businessman tells the story of how he founded his first business—one that continues to thrive today—at the age of 17, and reflects on how his intrepidness and resolve to follow his dreams against all odds have shaped his remarkable trajectory from hacker and dropout to owner of numerous successful tech and food enterprises. $7.99 on Kindle.

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Just South of the Solar Plexus

Just South of the Solar Plexus
Just South of the Solar Plexus, a memoir, is a story about finding voice and power, and then abandoning them in the red dust of the road when the world made it too hard to find her place. The place for her voice. So many of us—especially women—give up our voices, leaving who we are, and our power to change the world to die—unaware that we die with them. $0.99 on Kindle.

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My Wild and Precious Life (Memoir)

My Wild and Precious Life

My Wild and Precious Life shares the tough realities of living alongside families in desperate poverty, while highlighting the extraordinary warmth of the African people. $4.99 on Kindle.

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Hood Diamond

Hood Diamond
Hood Diamond is an Urban Drama based on a true story. Chanel is a product of Her environment In Detroit, MI. This book is raw and exposes secrets in the streets and in the Black Community. $9.99 on Kindle.

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Ascension

Ascension

In Ascension Dalton Lewis suffers a complete mental breakdown, unable to work or even communicate with loved ones and ranting at the walls. This realistic look at life with paranoid schizophrenia is harrowing, brilliant, and shows the real emotions and thoughts behind this terrible illness. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Other Side of Success

The Other Side of Success

The Other Side of Success is the unvarnished account of one man’s search for meaning as his professional life is constantly challenged by the impact of love, family, religion, and race. In this intimate memoir, Sawa strives to find home in the truest sense, while struggling with the unforeseen costs of making it. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Without: Body, Name, Country

Without: Body, Name, Country

“Pick up this book and eat it, I mean love it, I mean eat it.” —Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket)

“…we see that perfect world crumble with her diagnosis of Guillam-Barre syndrome in which a person’s immune system attacks the nerves.” —Martha Engber

In Meg Johnson’s third full length collection, Without: Body, Name, Country, strange experiences become familiar and familiar experiences become strange, as a human body, a sense of self, and an entire nation all teeter toward the verge of destruction.

In daring poems and intimate flash nonfiction pieces, Johnson portrays a world that is corrupt yet full of possibilities. Sometimes frightening, sometimes funny, one woman’s struggles with health, identity, and politics reveal universal adversity, longing, and wildness.

Reading this book is to climb “a spiral staircase in a tower full of fun house mirrors.” Without: Body, Name, Country is the book you didn’t know you needed.

“A ferocity that has to be read to be believed.” —Shaindel Beers

“Read this collection and marvel.” —Anne Champion

“A fierce, playful, unapologetic, and morally complex examination of life. Those who enjoy memoir and poetry will find both forms seamlessly and searingly interwoven here.” —Mark Leidner

“A spot-on sense of humor evident from page one onward. She circles her own themes returning again and then one more time to investigate what it is to grow up pretty, to remain single after thirty, to face life-altering illness.” —Joanne Nelson $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Japanese Part of Me

The Japanese Part of Me
Through six essays describing the lives and careers of globally active Japanese public figures Yoko Ono, Shinya Yamanaka, Hiroshi “Mickey” Mikitani, Yoshiki, Yoky Matsuoka, and Marie Kondo, The Japanese Part of Me offers a refreshing, hopeful take on life to readers. Free on Kindle.

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