Savoring the World: Hit and Misadventures: A Memoir

Savoring the World: Hit and Misadventures: A Memoir
I am an avid world traveler. These glimpses of my world journeys are poignant, funny, comical, inspiring, and sometimes frightening, but one thing is for certain: every word details precisely and truthfully how it all happened.  $0.99 on Kindle.

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Green Pastures

Green Pastures
In the book I write about stressful relations with men, friends, and family. Mainly my embarrassing father, which I am ashamed, to admit he is. Which leads to a slew of unhealthy interactions with men. Plus an abusive interracial romantic relationship with a Spanish man. $7.25 on Kindle.

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Green Pastures

Green Pastures
In the book I write about stressful relations with men, friends, and family. Mainly my embarrassing father, which I am ashamed, to admit he is. Which leads to a slew of unhealthy interactions with men. Plus an abusive interracial romantic relationship with a Spanish man. $7.25 on Kindle.

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III (Memoir/Poetry)

III (Memoir/Poetry)

Read it in order, look at the drawings, take it for what it is.
A simple but beautiful glimpse into the thoughts and gut wrenching fears of a person who has lived,loved and lost.
The morsel of the earlier years of my life packaged up for your eyes only.
Thank you.

$1.99 on Kindle

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Silent Cries

Silent Cries

From author Brent Seheult comes a first-hand account of abuse during his turbulent childhood as a young queer. Brent was a typical boy who just wanted to be loved and accepted, but despite his every attempt to gain their approval, his parents made him constantly aware of their dislike of him. At school, Brent tried hard to hide his bruised and battered body from watchful eyes, but he also carried with him the guilt and shame of being molested by a close female relative. After his parents’ divorce, his mother commonly referred to him as “queer boy” while her boyfriends attempted to use him for their own sexual pleasure. And when he refused, Brent would suffer their abuse even further. While suffering in and out of foster care, Brent was caught between a system that couldn’t protect him very well and two parents who didn’t seem to care. When Brent does eventually find love, his parents cannot accept that he’s attracted to other boys. Brent fought for acceptance his entire life, but did he ever receive it? $3.99 on Kindle.

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Eating The Forbidden Fruit

Eating The Forbidden Fruit

Eating the Forbidden Fruit is a gritty fiction novel loosely based on true events in author Roland Sato Page’s life. The newcomer author delivers a personal journey into his rise and demise as a St. Louis City Police Officer. He takes the readers on a roller coaster ride of good ole family memories to the nightmarish reality of being a police officer indicted on federal drug charges. During his trial, he wrote memoirs as a testimonial of redemption. Roland’s case stems from the conflict of his childhood affiliation and his oath to uphold the law. What is certain is one can’t run from sin for karma is much faster. $2.99 on Kindle.

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I am not the Messiah!

I am not the Messiah!
“I am not the Messiah!” is the intriguing memoir of James Sinclaire, otherwise known as Mr Zootherapy. In his own words, Sinclaire tells us for the first time about the Gorillagram that started it all off, his brief marriage, and his life in New Zealand, culminating in, and going beyond, the dramatic shooting that ended his career. But the real star of this book is Zootherapy. This book tells us how it started and evolved, and how it became the force that it is today.

Most of the action takes place in New Zealand but this memoir alludes to universal psychological and philosophical themes. It can be read as a self-help manual and no knowledge of Zootherapy is assumed. $6.61 on Kindle.

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Little Lovely Things

Little Lovely Things
LITTLE LOVELY THINGS, tells the story of a family shattered by unimaginable loss, personal struggle, and ultimate redemption. Highlighting the potential catastrophe in the small decisions of everyday life, LITTLE LOVELY THINGS, asks the question–how does one reshape themselves after tragedy strikes? $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Pale-Faced Lie: A True Story

The Pale-Faced Lie: A True Story
David Crow’s father was a violent ex-con who would stop at nothing—even murder—to get what he wanted. In this gripping true account, David recounts the intense 24-hour showdown with his father that changed both their lives. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona

Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona
This feel-good travel memoir explores grand European cities, revealing the emotional power of each majestic place. It’s full of beauty, adventure and delicious fun. In its pages, you’ll glide along Venice’s canals, walk where Colosseum gladiators once battled, enter Barcelona’s jaw-dropping Sagrada Familia, the most visited monument in Spain. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Finishing Off the Bottle: A Memoir of Addiction and Self-Discovery

Finishing Off the Bottle: A Memoir of Addiction and Self-Discovery
For Bruce, alcohol was the solution to every problem. From stress and anxiety to real loss, booze was his magic elixir that made it all disappear. But the constant blackout nights brought with them even more trouble. Despite the perpetual cycle of drunken mistakes and continued escalation in drinking, he found new ways to rationalize his self-destructive behavior. Drinking was a part of who he was. And an existence without it seemed inconceivable.

This is a memoir about alcohol addiction, recovery, and rediscovering life after putting down the bottle. $0.99 on Kindle


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Tight Board, No Drifter

Tight Board, No Drifter
Here is an introspective and humorous look back at one man’s nearly three decades in radio broadcasting. It’s a love letter to the career that got away, along with a frank assessment of the people who made it work when it was good and made it worse when it wasn’t. It’s at once funny and wistful, brutally honest and self-deprecating. The mechanics of the industry have changed, but the strengths and weaknesses of the people involved resonate just as profoundly today as then. This is a book for anyone who has ever listened to a radio personality or who has been/wanted to be one himself/herself. Hopefully, for the reader, it will be a bright light focused on the human condition. The author has fulfilled a promise not to whine about the way things used to be. $2.99 on Kindle.

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An Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Spark

An Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Spark
Sometimes being ordinary is OK. In fact, sometimes being ordinary can lead to the extraordinary… all you need is a spark.

Life can be tough, especially with the constant barrage of obligations, news, work, family events. It can be hard to find yourself and God through all the chaos. J. A. Richards’ memoir, An Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Spark, takes the reader through her spiritual journey and how she found God in the quiet, the mundane, the ordinary. While the author’s life is seemingly ordinary, her retelling of her dad’s death and its impact on her life shows how God works with and through ordinary people and events to make extraordinary things happen. How many people can say that the post office almost lost their dad? And say that with humor and grace? Only J.A. Richards, and only in this memoir. Although Richards’ recounts several other life events along the way, including her bumpy at-times faith journey, she also offers some tips and tricks to the reader so they can hopefully learn from her ridiculous (and sometimes painful) mistakes, and she does all of it using a humorous voice with a positive message. $0.99 on Kindle.

 

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With Angel’s Wings

With Angel’s Wings
Laura’s world spins as pediatricians throw words at her like heart failure, seizures, and g-tube feeds…when all she wants is to hold her baby tightly and be the mom she’d always dreamed of being.

Join Laura on her emotional journey as she strives to rise to the unexpected challenge of motherhood to two special needs daughters.

Witness her dance along the edge of sanity through a whirlwind of mind-numbing diagnoses, from a rare chromosomal disorder to autism. Experience heart-wrenching medical drama, from IV cut-downs to code blues. And…just as Laura begins to lose all hope…share in the joy of true love discovered. With Angel’s Wings – an honest and raw, 100% true story. $0.99 on Kindle.


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An Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Spark

An Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Spark
Life can be tough, especially with the constant barrage of obligations, news, work, family events. It can be hard to find yourself and God through all the chaos. J. A. Richards’ memoir, An Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Spark, takes the reader through her spiritual journey and how she found God in the quiet, the mundane, the ordinary. While the author’s life is seemingly ordinary, her retelling of her dad’s death and its impact on her life shows how God works with and through ordinary people and events to make extraordinary things happen. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: American Made

Free: American Made
Set in a world where crime and government coexist, American Made is the jaw-dropping true story of CIA pilot Barry Seal that the Hollywood movie starring Tom Cruise was afraid to tell.

Barry Seal flew cocaine and weapons worth billions of dollars into and out of America in the 1980s. After he became a government informant, Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel offered a million for him alive and half a million dead. But his real trouble began after he threatened to expose the dirty dealings of George HW Bush.

American Made rips the roof off Bush and Clinton’s complicity in cocaine trafficking in Mena, Arkansas. Free on Kindle.

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Dancing with Elephants: Mindfulness Training For Those Living With Dementia, Chronic Illness or an Aging Brain

Dancing with Elephants: Mindfulness Training For Those Living With Dementia, Chronic Illness or an Aging Brain
Want to enjoy the life you are living, even as you face major life challenges? If you like touching stories, mindful wisdom, and a touch of irreverent humor, then you’ll love Sawatsky’s award-winning and life-changing book. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Alzheimer’s Daughter

Alzheimer’s Daughter
Alzheimer’s Daughter details a caregiver’s journey with both parents diagnosed on the same day. It is written with wincing honesty about the cruel affects of the disease, but a WWII love story held together by faith and family is contained within the pages. $0.99 on Kindle. 

 

 

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