You Can Turn This Around, A Memoir: How I Learned To Become My Own Fairy Godmother

With a Spanish father and Scottish mother, Lazara grew up between both countries, gaining powerful insights into the differences in people’s thought patterns and behaviors across cultures from a very early age. A traumatic childhood and adolescence led to the realization that we each hold the power within ourselves to create an amazing life of abundance. This personal story is one of hope and transformation. In it, Lazara shares how she turned tragic events and circumstances into a life of ab... [Read More...]

Reconstructed – A Survivor’s Memoir

Have you ever seen your life flash before your eyes? Follow one man’s journey of positivity and resilience as he reconstructs his life after a near-fatal accident! Atta Ahmad was determined to make his dreams come true. So unwavering, in fact, that he was willing to forgo sleep just to reach his goals. Eventually, it caught up to him on September 5, 2015. That fateful day, an exhilarating road trip from Boston to Michigan turned into a fight for his life when his exhaustion drove him to fall ... [Read More...]

Burl: Journalism Giant and Medical Trailblazer

The riveting biography of Burl Osborne, former chairman of The Associated Press and publisher of The Dallas Morning News, who waged and won one of the last great newspaper wars in the U.S. Burl is the story of one man’s unlikely rise from the coal mines of Appalachia to the pinnacle of journalism. After being diagnosed with a fatal kidney disease as a child, Burl Osborne pioneered home dialysis treatment and became the 130th person to undergo a live kidney transplant in 1966—then an unprove... [Read More...]

Dear Dana: That time I went crazy and wrote all 580 of my Facebook friends a handwritten letter

When Amy Daughters reconnected with her old pal Dana on Facebook, she had no idea how it would change her life. Though the two women hadn’t had any contact in thirty years, it didn’t take them long to catch up—and when Amy learned that Dana’s son Parker was doing a second stint at St. Jude battling cancer, she was suddenly inspired to begin writing the pair weekly letters. When Parker died, Amy—not knowing what else to do—continued to write Dana. Eventually, Dana wrote back, and the... [Read More...]

The Real Jack Ryan: Former CIA Analyst Tells The Real Life Story of the US Government’s Top Secret Spy Agency

Hear the real-life story of the popular fictional CIA Analyst. Have you wondered what it’s really like behind the walls at CIA’s mysterious headquarters in Langley Virginia? Learn about the real CIA. Everything in this book is 100% true. The CIA made only minor redactions. $2.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Don’t Call Me Nev

Don’t Call me Nev begins with the adventures of a boy growing up in the North Queensland bush with constant companion Rover the kelpie-cross, an air rifle and a pet cockatoo. Early chapters recall shooting pigeons from the walls of one of the state’s major jails, almost drowning in a flooded creek, being stung by a freshwater stonefish, exploring a sinister hidden cave, surviving a cyclone, and attending a primary school where pupils learnt to cope with a sudden influx of migrant children w... [Read More...]

My Twin Flame Journey of Separation, Surrender, and Release: Unconditional Love Through Spiritual Lessons and Healing

An enlightening memoir that presents the deepest pain and highest love along V.C. Pitt’s path. Forgiveness is necessary to heal. Are you ready to drop your ego and pride and heal core wounds through unconditional love too? $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Villains Who Snapped My Spine

The humor-laced and nostalgia-infused debut memoir follows A. H. Nazzareno in his attempt to make sense of a rare diagnosis. Written in a hospital bed and in the immediate weeks following major surgery, courtesy of Dr. Summeroff, an uncertain yet hopeful future emerges from a villain-riddled past. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Seeing Eye Girl

As the “Seeing Eye Girl” for her blind, artistic, and mentally ill mother, Beverly Armento was intimately connected with and responsible for her, even though her mother physically and emotionally abused her. She was Strong Beverly at school—excellent in academics and mentored by caring teachers—but at home she was Weak Beverly, cowed by her mother’s rage and delusions. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]