Free: Bored on the Wild Side

Forty-five years of stumbling, bumbling, and striving to make the American dream a reality. Beginning in the mid-1970s and hitting the brakes days before the 2020 elections, this compelling memoir shows us where we’ve been and where we might be headed via one man’s memories and experiences. While it may read like a novel, every word is true: good, bad, and ugly. Talk is cheap and some actions have expensive consequences. What’s worse? Regretting some of the things you’ve done, or wonder... [Read More...]

Eris Rising

Courtney Ramm was one of 229 offspring born from the controversial “Genius Sperm Bank”, a genetic experiment that existed in the 1980s and ’90s. With a predisposition for “genius”, Courtney found herself driven toward success. Eris Rising is a story of breaking deep karmic patterns, grappling with the calling of destiny, and changing long-held karma into mission. With the powerful feminine warrior spirit of Eris as inspiration, this memoir shows how it’s poss... [Read More...]

Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love

Growing up, they didn’t believe they had a future. Together, they are building forever. Alexis Black persevered through her mother’s death and her father’s imprisonment. And after escaping a long and abusive relationship, the college junior promised her foster parents not to date for at least a year. But when she meets an incoming freshman on the first day of their scholarship program, she feels the world melt away, as though it were only the two of them in the room. Justin Black lived in... [Read More...]

From Startupper to Cancer Fighter

Hamza Aboulfeth, a young Moroccan serial entrepreneur, publishes his first book, an autobiography. In the account of his life, this singular businessman tells the story of how he founded his first business—one that continues to thrive today—at the age of 17, and reflects on how his intrepidness and resolve to follow his dreams against all odds have shaped his remarkable trajectory from hacker and dropout to owner of numerous successful tech and food enterprises. $7.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Just South of the Solar Plexus

Just South of the Solar Plexus, a memoir, is a story about finding voice and power, and then abandoning them in the red dust of the road when the world made it too hard to find her place. The place for her voice. So many of us—especially women—give up our voices, leaving who we are, and our power to change the world to die—unaware that we die with them. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Other Side of Success

The Other Side of Success is the unvarnished account of one man’s search for meaning as his professional life is constantly challenged by the impact of love, family, religion, and race. In this intimate memoir, Sawa strives to find home in the truest sense, while struggling with the unforeseen costs of making it. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Without: Body, Name, Country

“Pick up this book and eat it, I mean love it, I mean eat it.” —Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket) “…we see that perfect world crumble with her diagnosis of Guillam-Barre syndrome in which a person’s immune system attacks the nerves.” —Martha Engber In Meg Johnson’s third full length collection, Without: Body, Name, Country, strange experiences become familiar and familiar experiences become strange, as a human body, a sense of self, and an entire nation al... [Read More...]