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Back to the Land in Silicon Valley, Marlene Anne Bumgarner

History, Memoir & Biography

We all worked together. Ate together. Sang together. Learned together. We had a good life. After living close to the natural cycles of the earth year after year, good and not good, we grew stronger and more resilient, learned to manage our occasional conflicts with tolerance and love.” When Marlene Bumgarner and her husband moved … Read more

The True Adventures of Gidon Lev, Julie Gray

History

The quirky, hopeful, and thoroughly inspirational story of the unusual life of a Holocaust survivor and the writer who loved him. Of the 15,000 children in the Nazi concentration camp of Theresienstadt in the Czech Republic, fewer than 100 survived. Gidon Lev is one of those children. One part memoir, one part travelogue, and one … Read more

I, a Squealer, Richard Bruns

History, Memoir & Biography, Murder & Crime, True Story & True Crime

The year was 1965. The Beatles, Elvis Presley, and The Righteous Brothers filled the airwaves. Television shows like “The Adventures of Ozzy and Harriett” and “The Andy Griffith Show” mirrored the innocence of life in the dusty city of Tucson, Az. But the sunbaked desert surrounding Tucson was hiding a sinister secret. A psychopath names … Read more

Heaven Heals: (By Understanding Abraham’s Covenant), Kristin Landgren

History, Medical & Research, Religion & Spirtuality

Most people spend more time gazing into the refrigerator or planning a vacation than they do confronting their healing needs or planning their own happiness. But without understanding, life slips through their fingers, as fear & confusion steals their future. They are already defeated – they just don’t know it. It doesn’t have to be … Read more

Unchon-ni: South Korea, I Remember 1962-63, Codis Hampton II

History

Mr. Hampton emails of continuous comments on sportswriter’s/reporter’s newspaper articles amused his friend. He also saw Hamp’s raw talent of detailing facts or description of events. So much so that he noted the commentary was better than the articles. Our author took his friends’ critique to heart. Already a very opinionated individual, he realized he … Read more

The Falcon Diaries: An American in Jordan, Emily Lodge

History, Memoir & Biography

An American writer joins her husband, a contractor/consultant working in Iraq, to live in Amman, Jordan, and keeps a diary of day-to-day events. Out of this emerge so many stories of the pain and frustration of a forgotten world dating from a half-century earlier—the Palestinians who fled Israel in the ’48 and ’67 wars. In … Read more