The Three Kitties That Saved My Life

The Three Kitties That Saved My Life
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. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: My Different Orient: A Memoir

Free: My Different Orient: A Memoir
When you see the world, the world sees you.

Dietmar Vogelmann left his country years ago and took a chance, starting a new life in Vietnam. Luckily, his experience in hotel management got him hired at a 5-star beach-side resort, but his initial impression was less than favorable. In fact, he wanted to leave as soon as he arrived.

But something made him stay. Maybe it was the friendly native population who welcomed him with open arms, or perhaps the endless business opportunities he could see in this small country brimming with potential. It took years, but Vietnam eventually lived up to its magical reputation and changed his life in more ways than one.

Through the success and failure of various business ventures, Dietmar learned how determination, a strong work ethic and the support of a loving family can overcome any challenge and desperation. My Different Orient exposes the good, the bad and the ugly side of a life abroad. Free on Kindle.

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Growing Up Country: Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl

Growing Up Country: Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl
Growing Up Country: Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl delivers a treat as delicious as oatmeal cookies hot out of the oven – a memoir of a happy childhood. In charming and memorable vignettes, Carol Bodensteiner captures rural life in middle America, in the middle of the 20th Century. In these pages you can step back and relish a time simple but not easy, a time innocent yet challenging. If you grew up in rural America, these stories will trigger your memories and your senses, releasing a wealth of stories of your own. If the rural Midwest is foreign territory to you, Carol s stories will invite you into a fascinating and disappearing world. If you like to reminisce, this is the book for you. It brings back all the good memories. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Israeli Missed Connection

Free: The Israeli Missed Connection
This is a true story told by one of the three Israelis that smuggled five tons of cannabis from Lebanon to Britain in the 1980s.

Suspense, surprises and humor fill up the pages of this book.

If you want a break from your respectable routine, this is the book for you! Free on Kindle.

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Seeking Myself

Seeking Myself
From the beginning, you are the center of observation within, how to contribute to yourself, from what already is stored, but out of reach. $5.55 on Kindle.

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Woman In Scarlet

Woman In Scarlet

An inspirational memoir of one woman’s 28-year journey from aspirations of becoming one of the first female officers within the fabled Royal Canadian Mounted Police, to overcoming the harsh realities of discrimination, injustice and personal violation.

Told with exuberance, humor and astonishing honesty, Woman In Scarlet, is a thrilling police car ride-along, as well as a deeply personal and courageous view of one woman’s evolution from a fledgling cadet to a respected trailblazer for social and political change. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Finishing Off the Bottle

Finishing Off the Bottle
A compelling memoir about one man’s struggle with alcohol addiction. And how he was finally able to put down the bottle and live a happier life in sobriety. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Life of Mikey – A Memoir

Free: The Life of Mikey – A Memoir
Michael “Mikey” K. Willis spent his most impressionable years in southern Appalachia. In his eye-opening new memoir, he perfectly captures the local culture of 1960s rural North Carolina. Willis’s memoir shows both the unique heritage of the region and his personal struggles as a young man growing up in an abusive family.

The mountains of North Carolina serve as a deterrent to outsiders, but the locals embrace the beautiful scenery and rugged isolation. This isolation serves to make Mikey’s life a living hell. Even in the wild beauty of the mountains, he can’t escape the violent actions of his parents. If his father isn’t missing, he is beating young Mikey. But his neighbors know Mikey’s father only as the pastor of the local Baptist church. As Willis explores this early-childhood trauma, he also chronicles his encounters with southern gospel music, baptisms, and revival meetings.

Things change for his family when his father accepts a position at a church in Asheville, North Carolina. Mikey suddenly finds himself in the big city. As he makes new friends and encounters the pangs of first love, he finally stands up to his father and plans a better future for himself. Free on Kindle.

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Aim for Justice

Aim for Justice
A respected engineer and devoted family man undergoes an unplanned surgery and then spirals into mental illness because of inexcusable treatment in our medical and mental health systems. When he finally takes a stand against his uncaring health professionals, a judge unexpectedly punishes him by stripping him of his Second Amendment right to bear arms.

Despite his traumatic ordeal, he struggles back to normalcy and then takes aim at the impossible: clearing his mental health record and reinstating his right to bear arms.

Aim for Justice is a fast-paced, emotionally taut, and inspiring true story that offers a unique perspective of mental illness and gun rights, and shows just how far one man will go to reclaim a life that was unjustly taken from him. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Life Is A Moment

Free: Life Is A Moment
As an MMA fighter, Marcus Kowal knows what it’s like to push his body to the limit. He has endured tremendous physical pain during his career, but it was nothing compared to the loss that awaited him.

The second he met his son, Liam, Marcus knew that his life had changed forever. He had to stop merely thinking like a fighter and a businessman and start thinking like a father. There was nothing more important than the tiny baby in front of him. Marcus cherished every moment he spent with his son, but there would never be enough. In 2016, Liam was struck by a drunk driver. He never regained consciousness.

Through his memoir, Marcus shows you the depths of his grief. His candid writing covers every emotion he felt when he was confronted with the loss of his son. He was devastated, but he was also determined to stop Liam from becoming just another faceless statistic about the dangers of drunk driving. He and his wife, Mishel, embarked on a new fight to give Liam the justice he deserved. Free on Kindle.

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Living Forward, Looking Backward

Living Forward, Looking Backward
If we’re honest, we’ll admit our days are filled with normal routines like eating cereal and sitting in traffic. We often wonder, “is this it?”

But do we really have to quit our jobs and travel the world to find a fulfilling, purposeful life? Is it possible to find significance in our daily routines, right here and now?

After experiencing a rapid series of major life changes within a single year, Nate stumbled upon a reality that’s shared by us all: there’s profound meaning in our ordinary, everyday moments, but we can’t see it.

Through painfully-honest storytelling and candid conversation, written from a Christian perspective for both spiritual and non-spiritual readers, Nate shares how years of mistakes and missteps uncovered a simple framework that reveals the greater purpose behind our everyday lives, and why the answers to life’s deep questions are often backward from what we expect.e expect. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Reflections Upon A Sunny Day

Free: Reflections Upon A Sunny Day
Fred H. Kornahrens III is one of South Carolina’s most famous criminals. He was condemned to death row and then, to the shock of the entire state, managed to escape. In the years that followed, people discussed Kornahrens’s story. Everyone had an opinion about the man, but few knew the truth. Now, he tells all in Reflections Upon a Sunny Day.

As a child, Kornahrens suffered from the unstable parenting of his mentally ill mother and an aggressive father. When the two weren’t fighting each other, they were taking out their frustrations on a helpless child. Kornahrens’s mother was eventually hospitalized numerous times for schizophrenia but found no relief in the asylum.

Kornahrens himself began exhibiting signs of mental illness, but his upbringing hadn’t given him the tools to cope. He thought he found a purpose when he joined the military, but his career did not last long. He hoped he could make up for his parent’s faults by providing for his own family, but this proved to be the biggest mistake of all.

Finally, Kornahrens’s damaged psyche collapsed, and the resulting tragedy devastated the community. He has written his story, trying to make sense of what happened—for himself and for his readers. Free on Kindle.

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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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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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Smiling Down at my Beaten Male Opponent

Smiling Down at my Beaten Male Opponent
These women and their experiences will amaze and excite you. The pictures alone will leave you begging for more! If you like dominant, strong, beautiful women then you’ll absolutely love this ebook!. Kelly is not a massive bodybuilder but she’s a beautiful lady with curves, skills, muscles and a Femme-Domme attitude. Her marriage with Bryce is quite interesting. Although they lead normal lives most of the time, he is 100% under her thumb. The details will delight all lovers of femme-domme, mixed wrestling and butt-kicking women.

Linda is genuine hardbody. The pictures almost tell it all! Her long legs, take-no-crap attitude and rock-hard abs put men to shame. She also has a wonderful sexy-dominant attitude. Readers fell in love with Linda from head to toe.
Next we take a look at Joanne. This lady knows how to use her body to tame me but there’s something else even more intriguing about this tall, sexy lady. Joanne knows all about the fragile psyche and about the overblown ego that comes with being a man. This lady is very creative and a bit cruel as well.

Missy is a beautiful, lean and sexy lady who keeps her husband under her thumb. What goes through a woman’s mind when she sees and feels her defeated man? What are the conflicted feelings like for the man? It’s sexy, humiliating and thrilling all at the same time. Her husband can think of little else for days after submitting to his lady.

Lucienne is a very powerful African-American lady with a very playful side. The power she possesses in her thighs is lethal. Men are her toys and she delights in taking them to some very vulnerable place.

Malaya is our final femme fatale and she’s quite the beauty. Malaya has defeated several men but putting those guys in her own family in their place really makes her giggle. Her hips, chest and glutes are all weapons, but they are also beautifully enticing. Her experiences will make you wonder just how many other athletic, strong women are taming their men. $3.40 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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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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My Grape Year

My Grape Year
My Grape Year takes fans of Laura Bradbury’s ‘Grape’ series back to where it all began. In a last-minute twist of fate, Laura is sent to Burgundy, France for a year on an exchange. She arrives knowing only a smattering of French and with no idea what to expect in her first foray out of North America. With a head full of dreams and a powerful desire to please, Laura adapts to Burgundian life, but her inability to resist the charming young men of the region means that Laura soon runs afoul of the rules, particularly the ‘no dating’ edict. Romantic afternoons in Dijon, early morning pain au chocolat runs, and long walks in the vineyards are wondrous, but also present Laura with a conundrum – how does she keep her hosts happy while still managing to follow her heart? $0.99 on Kindle.

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Kill Daddy

kill-daddyTrauma from the past becomes a part of who you are. It weighs down on the present, suffocating life and preventing you from healing and moving on. If you continue to carry this baggage around long enough, you will eventually become who you are not. Believe in the essential goodness of your true self, however, and you will accept the past, but let go of the burden and finally become the real you. This is the story of one man’s struggle to accept the past and move on before it destroys everything he is and could ever hope to be. In desperation Gerry flees society to save his sanity and ends up in the remote villages of East Africa. Midst the poverty, he encounters hope and more love than he could imagine. Will it be enough to save him? Can he repair the damage done to him in his childhood or will his abusers win in the end?

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