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The Bi-Polar Express, Ela Simon & Natasha Simon

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction, Psychology & Counseling

The Bi-Polar Express – Natasha’s Ride All my life I knew I was different, I didn’t fit in. I always felt I could do everything – but things never worked out for me, I’d either get depressed for no reason or be hyper-active. As you read my book, you will follow the ups and downs, … Read more

Boot Language: A Memoir, Vanya Erickson

Memoir & Biography, Military NonFiction, NonFiction

From the outside, Vanya’s childhood looked idyllic: she rode horses with her father in the solitude of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and attended flamboyant operas with her mother in the city. But life for Vanya and her family turned dark when ghosts from her father’s service on a Pacific destroyer in World War II tore … Read more

The Maybelline Story and the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It, Sharrie Williams

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

In 1915 when a kitchen stove fire singed his sister Mabel’s lashes and brows, Tom Lyle Williams watched in fascination as she performed a “secret of the harem”—mixing petroleum jelly with coal dust and ash from a burnt cork and apply it to her lashes and brows. Mabel’s simple beauty trick ignited Tom Lyle’s imagination … Read more

Chasing Black Unicorns: How building the Amazon of Africa put me on Interpol’s Most Wanted list, Marek Zmyslowski

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

Silicon Valley meets Indiana Jones – Chasing Black Unicorns is an autobiography written by Marek Zmysłowski, one of Poland’s most respected internet entrepreneurs. Witty and humorous, the book covers many dramatic and often dangerous events. Before moving to Nigeria to set up the ‘Amazon of Africa’, Zmysłowski worked for one of Poland’s biggest financial services … Read more

A Tortuous Path: Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System, Christopher E. Pelloski

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

In this thought-provoking sequel to his award-winning memoir, Trauma, Shame, and the Power of Love: The Fall and Rise of a Physician who Heals Himself, former elite cancer doctor and researcher, Christopher Pelloski, chronicles his compelling journey from federal incarceration to halfway house detention to the first few years of building a new “after” life. Alternating … Read more

Pursuing a better tomorrow, Blanca De La Rosa

Literature & Fiction, Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

Although her origins lie in the village of Nocedo del Valle, in the region of Galicia, Blanca De La Rosa was born in Dominican Republic in the bosom of a humble family. Fate wanted her to be the living proof that we all can achieve our goals. From a childhood in the projects of New … Read more

The Falcon Diaries: An American in Jordan, Emily Lodge

History NonFiction, Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

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