Fascinating New Yorkers

Fascinating New Yorkers
A prostitute’s daughter who got to know two ex-kings and a future emperor; a cardinal archbishop known in certain circles as “Franny;” a serial killer who terrorized the city; a pioneer in female erotica who had two husbands and kept a “lie box” to keep her two lives straight – they’re all here in the wild and crazy city of New York. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Grief Map

Grief Map

Grief Map is Sarah Hahn Campbell’s lyrical account of her partner Lia’s death, her terrible grief, guilt, and self-doubt, and her rediscovery of hope and the possibility of happiness. This book that is part memoir, part poetry and part elegy has won the Golden Crown Literary Society award for Excellence in Non-Fiction. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: First Mistake: Facing Death, Finding Life

Free: First Mistake: Facing Death, Finding Life

“First Mistake” is both a love story about defying the odds (even certain death) and a spiritual memoir about the search for identity, partnership, and the meaning of life. After the trauma at age 9 of witnessing and feeling partially responsible for the death of her caregiver, Ah Kung, he becomes the author’s life’s spirit guide.

For 40 years, he has been with her on her journey to make sense of the world around her — from South African Apartheid to the AIDS epidemic to the fight for marriage equality — and with her, as she grew in love, faith, and purpose. “First Mistake” is a memoir that should speak to anyone who, like the author, is still on a quest for the meaning of life. Free on Kindle.

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The Life of Mikey – A Memoir

The Life of Mikey – A Memoir
In his new memoir about coming of age in rural Appalachia, Michael K. Willis examines the changing culture and continuing history of his childhood home in the Blue Ridge Mountains. In the book, Willis perfectly captures the local culture of the 1960s, showcasing the heritage of the region and his personal struggles growing up in an abusive family. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Until Forever

Until Forever
“An earnest account of a passionate marriage.” –KIRKUS REVIEWS.

“In this irresistible memoir, Luisa shares fascinating details of her life.” –Authors Reading.

When Luisa’s mother died, Luisa was left to take care of her family. Her dream of leaving Naples for a better life died too. Until one day she met a U.S Marine stationed in Italy. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Living in Italy: The Real Deal

Living in Italy: The Real Deal
Would you dare to follow your dream and move or retire to Italy?

Stef & Nico did, although their dog Sara had her doubts. Now from your comfortable armchair you can share in the hilarious & horrendous adventures they experienced when they moved to Italy to start a bed and breakfast.

For lovers of amusing travelogue memoirs who like a good laugh. And for those interested in practical advice on how to buy a house in Italy there is useful information along the way, pleasantly presented within the short stories. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Man & Horse: The Long Ride Across America

Man & Horse: The Long Ride Across America

In 1974 John Egenes rode his young horse, Gizmo, across the United States. The book is a recollection, a memoir, and a look back at an America that no longer exists. It’s about a young man coming to terms with himself, and how a little Quarter Horse gelding showed him how to do that. Ride with them on a journey that could only be experienced step by step, mile by mile, with a view from between a horse’s ears. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Three Kitties That Saved My Life

The Three Kitties That Saved My Life
“This is like drinking tea and honey on a cold day.”

FINALIST for the 2014 RONE AWARD
A True Romance Memoir

Love was then.
Love is now.
Love is forever.

When tragedy struck, I thought for sure that my own life was at an end. I was wrong. This is the true story of how two stray rescue cats and a woman named Kitty, whom I finally met after a wild ride of internet dating, brought love, romance, and laughter back into my life.

If you love reading feel-good memoirs, then don’t miss THE THREE KITTIES THAT SAVED MY LIFE, where “Mike Meyer pens a tender tale of love, loss, and renewal. The depth of emotion is palpable…The Three Kitties will tug at readers’ heartstrings, as they ride through the emotional highs and lows of Mike Meyer’s remarkable story.” – InD’tale Magazine. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Precious Silver Chopsticks

Precious Silver Chopsticks

The book is about Mae Adams, the narrator, who was born in Korea in 1933 as the second daughter and abandoned by her mother for she was not a son. In the Korean family system of that time, the first-born son was a blessing as he inherited the family fortune and was responsible for the entire family. This notion brought on the unfair treatment of daughters, although most families accepted the first daughter with reluctant grace. Mae grew up in her Aristocratic family which had retreated to the family resort estate in the mountain village after the assassination of Queen Min by the Japanese on October 18, 1895.

Mae’s relationship with her mother was stormy at best, and Mae’s father ignored her and never spoke to her until he died when Mae was five and a half years old. But, Mae’s step-grandma raised her in that mountain village and gave her a pair of silver chopsticks as a symbol of her love on her first birthday. She also had tender love from her grandpa and Little-Pa.

She came of age in a country that was occupied by the Japanese empire, received a Japanese education and endured their abuse of Koreans. At the end of the World War II, when the American and the Russian divided the country in half, the family endured a harrowing escape from the Communist regime that took over her hometown, while her grandma stayed behind to give the family time to escape. Five years later, the family survived the Korean War narrowly escaping death several times.

After the war, she became the breadwinner of her family, managing export businesses, and dreamed of going to America to get a college education. She met the man of her dream, an American Marine colonel, but left him to pursue her education. During the three years of her separation from him, she continued a long-distance love affair with the colonel.
She hung on to her precious silver chopsticks all through her difficult journey to the United States. And, she describes their effects on her life, and how they shaped her moral principle.

Finally, she married her colonel and raised a family. After 43 years together, her husband passed away when she was 71. Through the grieving process, she started to write her memoir as therapy. From that first book, “Precious Silver Chopsticks” was born. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Female Dominated Marriages and Families: Strong, Tough, Sexy Women Physically Tame Their Men

Female Dominated Marriages and Families: Strong, Tough, Sexy Women Physically Tame Their Men
Liz is the kind of sexy blonde hot mom that every man dreams about. In addition to her beauty, Liz also has a killed physique with amazing legs, rock hard glutes, killer abs and an upper body to die for. Liz’s pictures tell just part of the story. Liz can kick her husband’s ass and in her own retrospective way, she has thought about the huge benefits of this sort of situation. In a practical way, it makes her life better and it’s also a massive turn-on for her.

Several of Liz’s students have been willing to share their stories. These are ladies that can and have conquered their men. They discuss the matches, the aftermath, the advantages and other sexy odds and ends. These women, in some cases, are stronger than their husband and in other cases, they simply have the technique to overcome a size or strength disadvantage. Either way, the women end up in the Superior position and the men end up humiliated, submissive and often times emasculated.

We then meet Jase and learn about his experiences with his sister and her friends. Jase is a small man and he learns all about the reality of gender battles. Yes, men are usually bigger and stronger, but not always. And the difference between male strength on average and female strength on average isn’t that great and it can be fairly easily overcome. Jase’s journey is humbling, humiliating, sexy and very, very interesting.

This book ends with a reprint of one of our top three reader-chosen ladies. Brenda has lived an interesting life and here she tells all. If you want an inside look at the life of a strong, dominant, sexy lady then this is the book for you. The pics and profiles of Brenda will show you why readers have gone crazy for her.

If you enjoy strong, beautiful women humbling men, then please check out all of my books on Amazon Kindle! $3.30 on Kindle.

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Free: Party Time: Raving Arizona

Free: Party Time: Raving Arizona
“The UK rave scene meets The Wolf of Wall Street and ends in The Shawshank Redemption” – Jon Ronson author of The Psychopath Test

Shaun Attwood arrived in Phoenix, Arizona, a penniless business graduate from a small industrial town in England. Within a decade, he became a stock-market millionaire. But he was leading a double life.

After taking his first Ecstasy pill at a rave in Manchester as a shy student, Shaun became intoxicated by the party lifestyle that would change his fortune. Years later, in the Arizona desert, Shaun became submerged in a criminal underworld, throwing parties for thousands of ravers and running an Ecstasy ring in competition with the Mafia mass murderer Sammy ‘The Bull’ Gravano.

As greed and excess tore through his life, Shaun had eye-watering encounters with Mafia hit men and crystal-meth addicts, enjoyed extravagant debauchery with superstar DJs and glitter girls, and ingested enough drugs to kill a herd of elephants. This is his story.

Featured worldwide on Nat Geo Channel’s Locked-Up/Banged-Up Abroad Raving Arizona. Free on Kindle.

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Unforgettable ‘Memoir’

Unforgettable ‘Memoir’

When sickness and life’s trials test you, what is your strength? Sherman Turner knew that belief in God conquers all “God remember me.” Doctor refused him medical care for his stroke and left him dying because he was minority person. How did God protect Sherman who was 99% paralyzed and dying? “God remember me.” $0.99 on Kindle.

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