A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Manipulate

Michael Sunset’s memoir describes textbook narcissistic abuse. It details the way he was systematically manipulated by his ex-wife, her father, his mother, and sister to believe he had a mental illness that he did not have. His ex-wife worked to manipulate mental health professionals and the family court system to obtain control of their finances and daughter during their divorce process. He describes how confusing this type of abuse is to experience and how to defend against it. Many vic... [Read More...]

Junkie: Madness to Ministry

Meet Dawn, a woman bound in the addiction of heroin and crack cocaine. Witness as she commits crime upon crime, to obtain her fix. Which leads her to a lengthy prison term. It’s there that the real struggles begin. With all that she faces and all of the trials. Will she come out of this alive? Could she be saved? Learn of a love so relentless and a redemption so radical, that it changed the course of her life, and many others, for eternity. See Price on Kindle ... [Read More...]

Free: Raising Jennifer Lawrence as Molly Brown: A True Story

Jennifer Lawrence’s Mother Unleashes Revealing Tell-All in New Memoir Bombshell book details the Hollywood star’s early childhood years, estrangement from her mother, and bizarre disappearance. Long before “Jennifer Lawrence” landed the lead role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games, she was a simple, humble young girl living in Grand Lake, Colorado. What happened to Jennifer and her family during her early teenage years is nothing short of heartbreaking. As the famous actres... [Read More...]

I Came to You in Weakness

It’s a wild ride into the mystery of what it means to find God’s strength in my weakness after a simple prayer supplication was made. After 36 months of frustrating unemployment, God reveals a path leading to Guangzhou China. At the end of the road is a mustard seed that is planted in a provincial classroom. I need to go where the seed would produce. The dilemma: If I don’t go to Guangzhou am I being disobedient to God? I am 55 years old and live in Chicago. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Why Didn’t I Notice Her Before?

A page-turning debut that should not go unnoticed. A memoir that recounts the cancer journey of a wife and mother reveals the universal truth that appreciating life is complicated. In August 2017, Cramer was told that she had stage 4 ovarian cancer. During a routine medical appointment, a nurse practitioner examined a bump on the author’s pelvis and quickly handed her a slip to get an urgent CT scan, as though it were a baton in a “relay race.” She was later told that she had ... [Read More...]

Free: Diary of a Hoarder’s Daughter

With an estimated 2-5% of the population having some form of hoarding problem, have you ever wondered what it is like to have to live in a home filled with stuff? Having being brought up in a house with junk filling every room, Izzy has to return to her childhood home, twenty years after she left, to sort out the mess. Read her true story in this funny yet poignant memoir. ... [Read More...]

Bury Him: A Memoir of the Viet Nam War

In this frank, engaging memoir, Capt. Chamberlain (USMC, Retired) recounts the chilling events that took place during his command of a company of young Marines at the height of the Vietnam war. Chamberlain painfully recalls the unspeakable order he and his Marines were forced to obey; and the cover-up which followed. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]