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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The Secret of Life: A Memoir Of Getting Younger

The Secret of Life: A Memoir Of Getting Younger

Age doesn’t matter! Actually, if we live right, we don’t have to age!

The author is sharing all his secrets about living better and longer, while enjoying every moment and tells his story, how after recovering from an advanced stage cancer he began competing in triathlon and surfing waves, despite he was already in his sixties.
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Long Walk Up

Long Walk Up
Long Walk Up
is one of the top inspiring books. This inspirational novel tells the story of an African orphan girl’s journey from poverty and despair to her remarkable destiny as Africa’s first woman president. $1.99 on Kindle

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Free: Living High on a Low Hog: Philosophical and Practical Advice for Building a Life of Meaning, Enjoyment and True Freedom with Limited Resources in a Changing World

Living High on a Low Hog: Philosophical and Practical Advice for Building a Life of Meaning, Enjoyment and True Freedom with Limited Resources in a Changing World
A book of philosophical and practical advice for living a free, meaningful life in a heartless and predatory world without a lot of money. And also kind of a memoir about living in the underbelly of Portland, Maine in the 90s, a time when it had a strange and magical beauty. Free on Kindle.
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Unlock Bliss: A Memoir Of Getting Happier

Unlock Bliss: A Memoir Of Getting Happier

An inspiring memoir of a late bloomer who received his PhD in Artificial Intelligence at the age of 40 and began surfing the waves and competing in triathlons in his sixties, demonstrating that age doesn’t matter.

In a conversational style the author is sharing all his secrets of living better and longer while enjoying every moment. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Stop Killing Us

Stop Killing Us
USA Today Bestselling Author Terry Keys takes aim at the racial divide facing America today in this breathtaking memoir.

Terry Keys takes you through his journey of being a black man in south Texas. Travel with him as he discusses being in an inter-racial relationship to his days in law enforcement. Keys revisits some of his darkest days as he recounts the racism that he’s endured. $4.99 on Kindle

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The Rhino Crash

The Rhino Crash
Catapulted into the grim world of rhino poaching, Nick Newman trades life in London for a humble, yet adventurous existence in South Africa. Tasked to monitor and protect critically endangered black rhinos, Nick soon cultivates an understanding of the different individual personalities and their temperamental behaviour by studying the animals in their natural environment.

Under constant threat of being poached for their horns, the rhinos become the pivot around which Nick and the Anti-Poaching Unit’s lives revolve. Nick shares raw moments of heartbreak and hope from the frontline, while taking the reader on an honest and humorous trip of his years spent in Africa. Dynamic characters who form part of his stories include his sidekick rhino-tracking dog, Wilma, and a black rhino named Elmore who becomes an integral part of his life. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Missunderstanding – My thread

Missunderstanding- My thread
In the male talent agency, many strict rules are to be obeyed, but still, the needs of youth play the first role. The boys can’t hold back when the desire takes over them. But this is forbidden. Trying to hide it as long as possible, they keep their secrets deep inside. Secrets from the past. Secrets from now. However…

Secrets are to be revealed. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Like an Egg in a Bowl of Cherries

Like an Egg in a Bowl of Cherries

Like an Egg in a Bowl of Cherries is partly a travel memoir, and partly an illustration of the transformative power that culturally immersive experiences can have on expanding cultural humility and facilitating healthy identity development. Drawing from hand-written journal entries and emails sent home while living and working for a year in Dalian, China (2002-2003), readers are taken on an entertaining ride filled with humor, sarcasm, and irreverence. With topics ranging from the challenges and rewards of teaching in China, to dog restaurants, wet-markets, and the SARS Pandemic, the stories within this book will expose readers to a world of interconnections, surprising parallels, contrasts, similarities, and at times, profound realizations. $8.88 on Kindle

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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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