Free: Life Interrupted: Dr. Dua’s Survival Guide

Life Interrupted: Dr. Dua’s Survival Guide

Discover the profound wisdom of Dr. Manu Dua, who battled oral cancer and penned heartfelt blogs during his journey. At 34, Dr. Dua faced his fate with courage, sharing insights on life’s true meaning and the strength of the human spirit. This book, lovingly compiled by his sister, Dr. Parul Makkar, serves as a gentle reminder to cherish life and find hope even in the darkest times. A powerful, inspiring read that resonates deeply with all who seek to live fully and mindfully. Free on Kindle.
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In This Altered Body

In This Altered Body
“In this moving, vulnerable memoir, Pell offers an enduring contribution to the testimony of human resilience . . . Pell’s bold, inspiring memoir challenges readers to deeper empathy and to confront preconceived notions and biases.” BookLife Reviews $1.99 on Kindle.
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Misfit Chef

Misfit Chef
Perfect for fans of Anthony Bourdains irreverent food-as-adventure writing, Misfit Chef chronicles award-winning chef Christopher J. DeStefanos wild journey at his former restaurant Christophers Table, an acclaimed food shop on the North Shore of Boston. Each chapter of DeStefanos story is complemented by photographs and 38 signature recipes. $1.99 on Kindle.
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Iron Dad

Iron Dad
A powerful memoir about a dad navigating loss, fighting cancer, surviving, and thriving alongside the most important person in his lifehis daughter. Weigel celebrates the unique bond between fathers and daughters and shares an inspiring story of finding and clinging to the joy in life, no matter the odds. $0.99 on Kindle.
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In the Garden Behind the Moon

In the Garden Behind the Moon
Alexandra Chan thinks she has life figured out until the death of her father brings her to her knees. Part memoir, part lyrical invitation to new ways of seeing and better ways of being in dark times, this book is a captivating family portrait and an urgent call to awaken to the magic and wonder of daily life. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Crypto Native

Crypto Native
Crypto Native speaks directly to anyone impacted by bipolar disorder- delivered from an original, unorthodox, and raw depiction of the illness. It’s funny, action-packed, and catches the reader off-guard leaving them teetering between laughter and tears. The themes of mania and depression cross over into Jonny Dice’s trading life as he draws parallels between his illness and the market while finding his edge in the nascent world of trading crypto and pursuing his passion only to come up short time after time. Through these struggles and eventual breakthrough moments, Jonny unlocks a portal to his soul allowing him to examine his innermost demons and see the world in a new light. Free on Kindle.
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Papa The Popular Printer: A True Story about The Forniss Printing Company

Papa The Popular Printer: A True Story about The Forniss Printing Company
“Papa the Popular Printer” is the true story of James Henry Forniss, who rose from shoe shiner to professional printer, likened to a modern-day IT expert. Despite racial barriers in the early 20th century South, his journey from youth to community activist in Uniontown, Alabama, shows the power of persistence, faith, and courage. This book teaches the significance of overcoming adversity and making an impact. $1.99 on Kindle.
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A Good Day to Die

He is the last person to touch them before they die.
His face is the last they see before they are executed.
He stands there with one last goal: to get them to heaven.

276 TIMES CHAPLAIN Jim Brazzil has sat in deaths waiting room. He has listened to confessions in the eleventh hour. The last moment of the condemned, when everything bubbles up to the surface and they have to share. Now Jim is the one dying, ready for his last confession.

THE AWARD-WINNING Swedish journalist Carina Bergfeldt and the American prison pastor start a conversation that ends up changing both their lives. He is older, patient, and wise. She is young, restless, and angry.

IN HIS HOUSE in the Texan countryside, their discussions about death and sorrow, hope, atonement, and love create a magical journey.

How are we supposed to live our lives?
Can one always be forgiving?
And what day is actually a good day to die?

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Brilliant, Bergfeldt! Touching, uplifting, and awful at the same time.
Mariestads-Tidningen

“A book to bury yourself in. Whether or not you have a strong faith, it is healing to take part in their conversation.”
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A touching and disturbing book, but also an experience. Maybe even an awakening.
Blekinge Lns Tidning $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: K9 ODIN

K9 ODIN: The Redemptive Autobiography of a Patrol Tracking Canine that Transformed a Community and Inspired the World

K9 Odin

The Redemptive Autobiography of a Patrol Tracking Canine that Transformed a Community and Inspired the World.

This book is based on a true story. It is told by Odin, Coos County Sheriffs Office Patrol Tracking Canine, badge number 5K3. The intended spirit of this book is to provide the unique and invaluable opportunity to experience life through Odins eyes, allowing readers to bear the noble weight of a dogs capacity, for what some might call, a flickering and waning human roleto serve faithfully and with abounding love.

Rescued from being euthanized, Odin becomes a Patrol Tracking Canine, partnered with Adam Slater. As only Odin can narrate, he and Adam journey through mountainous challenges and ferocious fights with inhospitable terrain, remorseless subjects, and potentially spirit-shattering injuries. Free on Kindle.
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The Broken Traveler

The Broken Traveler
“Laughter in the Shadows: A Memoir of Pain and Pretence”

“A Gripping Journey of Love, Loss, and Self-Discovery”

In “The Broken Traveler”, Hugo Smienk takes you on a deeply personal and relatable journey of love, loss, and self-discovery. Through the eyes of his protagonist Henri, Smienk shares a candid and unflinching account of his struggles to heal from a painful and complicated divorce.

From the sun-drenched landscapes of Southern France to the vibrant streets of Barcelona, and on to the bustling pulse of Mumbai, Henri’s travels become a metaphor for the inner turmoil he faces. Smienk’s writing style is captivating, with vivid details that create a true sensory experience. You’ll feel as though you’re right there with Henri, navigating the twists and turns of his emotional landscape.

With unflinching honesty, Henri confronts the darkest corners of his own heart, grappling with the pain of lost love, betrayal, and disappointment. His story is a powerful reminder that our experiences, though unique to us, are universally relatable, and that the journey to healing is often the most difficult and rewarding one we’ll ever take.

Join Henri on his hauntingly honest journey and discover the power of self-discovery and the human spirit. “The Broken Traveler” is a true and deeply personal account of one man’s struggle to heal and find himself, a memoir that will resonate with anyone who has ever loved, lost, and struggled to find their way. $0.99 on Kindle.
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The Hollywood Assistant: Life Below The Line

The Hollywood Assistant: Life Below The Line

Micheal HaDeras The Hollywood Assistant: Life Below The Line is a shocking insiders tale about the inner workings of one mans life inside a major Hollywood production. He details the everyday trials and tribulations of a Hollywood producer assistant in full color, leaving no surprising detail, ridiculous request or scandalous event out, giving the reader insight into the multi-billion-dollar Hollywood machine that they would never find anywhere else. Including an Oscar winning actress, a Golden Globe winning actress and a pedophilic director, it is a truly unique tale that only someone in the business could provide. It will leave you shaking your head and looking at the next blockbuster movie you watch through a completely different set of eyes. $4.99 on Kindle.
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Free: PROSTITUTE TO PROFESSOR: A Guide to Radical Transformation

Discover the inspiring journey of Becca Jacobson who transformed her life from a young prostitute grappling with drugs, alcohol, and loneliness, to an unlikely career as a college professor battling the same demons. Her journey culminates in a dramatic fall and unexpected rise to a new career coaching others through their own transformations.
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Enduring

Enduring
One wife’s story of caring for her husband with dementia and the lessons for caregivers she learned along the way.

“Enduring is both heart-warming and heart-breaking . . . Larkin has written an inviting resource that highlights-and will help readers face-the ups and downs of being a caregiver.” BookLife Reviews $0.99 on Kindle.
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College Life of a Retired Senior

A true story of a former bank managers experience as she returns to college in the third act of life to earn a degree in English. Seven years after she retires from the Royal Bank of Canada, ending a thirty-seven-year career, Yvonne Blackwood surprises her friends and family by returning to school at sixty-four. She craves knowledge and is motivated by four powerful reasons. Blueink Review writes: Blackwoods appealing attitude and resilience keep readers turning pages, rooting for her success. Ultimately, this is an inspiring story of an older woman’s quest for knowledge. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Circles in the Wind: A Memoir: Tales from the Rainbow Road

Circles in the Wind: A Memoir: Tales from the Rainbow Road

Circles in the Wind is a poetic chronicle of the “back to the land” movement of the 1970s and the counterculture of the late 1960s. The novel documents the wanderings of Blackjack, Red Dawge, and Memphis Dennis across the country, from commune to commune, through hobo camps, and into remote mountain hideaways. From the story of the Rainbow hippies to the loner Houndog Tom and the gardens of Gentle Rain, the novel weaves an intricate tapestry of the life and times of those who sought an existence outside the mainstream. The stories move through time and space, circling back to their own beginnings, and becoming the Deja Vu. Free on Kindle.
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Odar: Jido, A Journey Through Community

Odar: Jido, A Journey Through Community
Hovsep Karamardian is on the precipice of adulthood. Finishing his education, he awaits a life in the family business that seems to him like a prison. On an errand to market, an unexpected confrontation forever changes him. After living a life surrounded by family and friends in Kessab, he is abruptly forced to travel with his brother to start again in the Americas.

Hovsep is odar or other in this new world. Relying on nothing but his own intrepid nature and ability to adapt, he finds work, love, and friendships that will last a lifetime.

Thus begins a story that will span generations and trace the unfolding of improbably linked fates. Denice Peter Karamardians Jido explores the honoring of family, memory, and legacy even in the midst of new beginnings and evolving identities. $9.99 on Kindle.
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A Life Stolen: My Father’s Journey Through Alzheimer’s

A Life Stolen: My Father's Journey Through Alzheimer's
A Life Stolen is the gripping account of a father and daughters devastating, but inspiring journey through Alzheimers. Its purpose is to give guidance to others caring for loved ones with this terrible affliction. The hope is that it will make the road for others an easier one to travel. $0.99 on Kindle.
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The Miller’s Angel Baby

The Miller's Angel Baby
In “The Miller’s Angel Baby,” delve into the intertwined lives of three women connected by love to the same man, each grappling with buried truths. Alexis, maintaining a facade of perfection, faces a cascade of losses leading her to her father’s enigmatic history. This memoir unveils her journey of uncovering family secrets, navigating through grief and betrayal, and finding resilience and faith. Discover a story of confronting past deceptions, forgiveness, and the strength to rewrite one’s destiny. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Janey and the Miniatures

Janey and the Miniatures
Matthew and Heath live at Hwits End, an 18 acre homestead beside a river. Over the years they have lived there, a number of cats have arrived and determinedly made their homes there too. One freezing August evening a tiny tortoiseshell with startlingly asymmetrical markings on her face appears through the cat flap, and she is clearly desperately hungry. Matthew does not like cats much but he cant bear to see any creature go hungry so he feeds her and, of course, she moves in. The adventure of the next six months upends Matthew’s life in unexpected and permanent ways. This is a heart-warming true story with a gut-wrenching twist.
The 132-page story of Janey and her kittens is illustrated with over 400 photographs. Free on Kindle.
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Free: CHARGE YOUR SOUL

CHARGE YOUR SOUL: FIVE LESSONS IN PURPOSE, GROWTH AND REALIGNMENT FROM A LIFE OF ACTION SPORTS AND WORLD TRAVEL
Are you ready to charge your soul, break free from the constraints of everyday life, and embark on an unforgettable journey of self-discovery?

As an intrepid adventurer and action sports enthusiast, Drex has spent his life fearlessly exploring the world and pushing his limits. From the highest peaks to the deepest oceans, his passion for action sports and world travel has led him to discover invaluable lessons about finding purpose, embracing growth, and realigning his life. Now, Drex invites you on an extraordinary journey to charge your soul with the same transformative insights in his book Charge Your Soul: Five Lessons in Purpose, Growth, and Realignment from a Life of Action Sports and World Travel.

As you dive into the heart of Drex’s adventures, you will discover the power of exploration to help you find your true purpose, cultivate personal growth, and realign your life with your deepest passions. As you immerse yourself in the lessons he learned from action sports and world travel, you’ll be inspired to embrace the unknown, unlock your potential, and embark on your own path to self-discovery.
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Observations of America and My Ancestral Past: An Epistolary Autobiography

In 2014, I traveled around the country to inform my first cousins about the new information I had researched about our grandfather on ancestry.com. A secondary purpose of the trip was to cross off many items on my bucket list. What happened on the trip is the subject of this book. The trip covered twenty-five thousand miles around the country from Indio, California, circumventing the country in a counterclockwise fashion.

What I discovered about our country is its magnificent beauty. From the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean resides more geographic beauty than anyone can comprehend. The stunning farmland that we possess is just unmatched in the world. The majestic mountains in Colorado and Wyoming are so impressive that one cannot get enough of their magnificence. The great national parks, the Grand Canyon, and Mount Rushmore are sites that are too incredible to capture in words. At the same time, Americans have blighted the landscape with heaps of used cars and abandoned houses. It is unsettling to learn that some people just have no respect for the land they possess.

Aside from the geography of our country, we have some of the most gorgeous cities in the world. From Chicago to New York to New Orleans to Charleston and Savannah, the tremendous architectural differences of our country are something to behold. Getting around these cities was challenging, but a sound guidance system helped me enjoy our great cities.

My trip took me to the site of many of our great American authors whose books I taught for years as an English teacher in a California high school. I wanted to see the boyhood home of Mark Twain and the home he had built in Hartford, Connecticut. His life and wisdom were things I admired as a teacher. I also wanted to see Walden Pond, the cabin Henry David Thoreau lived in, and the homes of Emerson, Alcott, Longfellow, Hawthorne, and Melville, among others. I was satisfied that I could validate what I taught about these authors. I learned that Thoreau was quite a gardener, making gardens for the authors Emerson and Hawthorne.

My great adventure also took me to the doorsteps of many of my first cousins on my father’s and mother’s side of the family. I shared with them the knowledge I had gained from research about our ancestral past. The cousins’ reactions to what they learned about their grandfathers were something none of them knew during their parent’s lifetimes. The ancestral past was essential to me because I was unsure of the origin of both sets of grandparents, and learning what it was allowed me to share this with my family. How people reacted to this information was significant.

I also ventured into our country’s historical past and visited those places where the foundation of our country was laid. It was essential to know about the founding fathers of our country, what they believed, and how they lived. I share with the reader my observations of America in the year 2014. $12.99 on Kindle.
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There Were No Flowers

There Were No Flowers
William Meffert, his father, and his son are all surgeons. From World War II and Vietnam to today, they have all fought the battle for human life. In There Were No Flowers, Meffert links together the individual lives of grandfather, father, and son to tell a story of war, surgery, trauma, and the joys of family and love in the face of it all. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Becoming Fearless

Becoming Fearless

Coerced by her boss and fellow rivers guides, Brenda Smith reluctantly embarks on a rafting trip through a vast Tanzanian game reserve. If she can survive twelve days on the remote jungle rivers, then she must scale Africa’s tallest mountain. After twenty-eight years of a safe and predictable life, Brenda is terrified of what awaits her in these dangerous wildernesses.

She comes face to face with angry hippos, roaring lions and stealthy crocodiles, and struggles with the extremes of unbearable heat and hypothermia.

Despite the harsh external threats she conquers, her greatest challenge is a profound inner journey-a courageous transformation as she uncovers the internal source of her fears and discovers the personal strength to do anything.

Becoming Fearless is an inspirational true story that showcases what is possible when you step out of your comfort zone into the wild. Free on Kindle.
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Free: A Perfectly Good Fantasy: A Memoir

A Perfectly Good Fantasy: A Memoir
Brace yourself for this darkly funny sequel to Lynn Walkers award-winning book, Midnight Calling: A Memoir of a Drug Smugglers Daughter. Fiercely determined to live without drugs and alcohol, Lynn has rebuilt her life survived, somehow, her dad and his cocaine but she cant seem to find all the pages to life’s instruction manual.

With wit and insight, she takes us on a journey, and what a trip it is! Knocking over chairs and trying not to drink vodka in a Russian castle. Peeing next to a wild grizzly bear. Cocaine-addicted lab rats. Trudging through the wilderness of relationships in search of this thing called love.

Even if you’ve never struggled with addiction (or love), you’ll find humor and wisdom in this very human, true story of how we can use just about anything booze, relationships, potato chips to try to change the way we feel.

This is a candid and stubbornly hopeful memoir but be prepared you just might catch a glimpse of yourself on this wild ride. Free on Kindle.
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Traveler Between Worlds

Traveler Between Worlds

This awe-inspiring odyssey transcends the boundaries of time, culture, and the human spirit. Jo describes her participation in VETS (Veterans Exploring Treatment Solutions) programs as she experiences the healing power of plant and animal medicines in Mexico. She writes about being a Sundancer on the Lakota and Menominee reservations. Her clear narrative delves deep into the portals of consciousness and realms of the sacred.

Amidst the chaos of war and the aftermath of conflict, Jo shares stories of her work and life in Kurdistan after the invasion of Daesh/ISIS, and her deployment on HKIA Military base in Afghanistan.These chapters provide a stark contrast to her work and travel in the peaceful countries of Malta, Nepal, New Zealand and Thailand.

In this riveting memoir, Jo’s life path unfolds as a kaleidoscope of profound encounters as she seeks answers to her life’s purpose while navigating the grief of losing her son, and others close to her.

From remote Alaska to remote Australia, to the mountains of China with the Shaolin, “Traveler Between Worlds” offers a unique glimpse into the character of courageous individuals and mysterious landscapes.

Join Jo in “Traveler Between Worlds” which serves as a companion to her first book, “Traveling Off the X” and her poetry book, “CLASH-Poems From Conflict Zones” by Jo Patti. Artwork by Denali Schmidt. $9.50 on Kindle.
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