What A Body Remembers

Author Karen Stefano bravely illuminates the lasting impact of trauma in her new memoir ‘What A Body Remembers’ – An assault on Berkley campus that changed her life 30 years ago. Though traumatized by the assault, Karen Stefano went on to become a criminal defense lawyer. Her questions prompt a delayed obsession with her assailant: What became of him? What is he doing now? She begins a quest of excavation, determined to track him down. What she discovers is life-altering. What... [Read More...]

Better Off Bald: A Life in 147 Days

Adrienne Wilson is a depressed, suicidal teenager—until the day she receives a diagnosis of stage IV liver cancer. Facing the fight of her life, Adrienne discovers how much she wants to live. In Better Off Bald: A Life in 147 Days, Andrea Wilson Woods chronicles her sister’s remarkable life from the time she was born to the day she dies at age fifteen. Written like a journal, Andrea takes the reader inside her and Adrienne’s journey explaining how she gained custody of Adrienne from their... [Read More...]

Can U Love Me: A Memoir…A Tribute

“Can U Love Me” is a memoir about Nicholas “NinosCorner” Battle, a young black child growing up in his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana. A single-parent household, coupled with the “crack” epidemic, made life for this 80’s baby very challenging. The introduction of Hip-Hop gave him an outlet to cope with the struggles he faced within his environment. It provided the soundtrack and the blueprint to his life; and formed the foundation necessary for him to navigate through a... [Read More...]

Free: Angels, Elephants and Ants

Jack Florentin is a successful entrepreneur and the son of Holocaust survivors. As co-founder and CEO of Sarah Lawrence S.A., he has introduced major fashion brands in Europe, while expanding his business exponentially. His story provides a rare glimpse into one man’s struggle to survive in a tumultuous business environment. ... [Read More...]

True Course: Lessons From a Life Aloft

From award-winning, best-selling author Brigid Johnson comes the tale of how one woman’s life in the sky forged an unforgettable destiny. Raised in a small factory town in the 1960s, when aviation was predominantly a male profession, with parents who didn’t support her ambitions, Brigid nevertheless learned to fly. Hers was a busy life of setting limits and learning philosophies of growth and risk well beyond her years, even as she juggled two jobs, college, and a rescue Siberian husky whos... [Read More...]

Ride the White Horse: A Checkered Jockey’s Story of Racing, Rage and Redemption

An electric jockey with a juice machine, he rode on racing’s undercard, lived inside its underbelly and became a part of its underworld. From constant bulimia, broken bones and betrayal of Boston’s infamous Winter Hill Gang, he depicts an unseen side of Thoroughbred racing. Yet the five tons of his sweat that disappeared down “hot box” drains was nothing compared to his struggles with sibling sexual trauma, same-sex promiscuity and an addiction to crack cocaine that in seven months took... [Read More...]

Free: Pablo Escobar’s Story 2: Narcos at War

Pablo Escobar was a mama’s boy who cherished his family and sang in the shower, yet he bombed a passenger plane and formed a death squad that used genital electrocution. Most Escobar biographies only provide a few pieces of the puzzle, but this action-packed 1000-page book reveals everything about the king of cocaine. Mostly translated from Spanish, Part 2 contains stories untold in the English-speaking world, including: How Pablo’s craving for a teen volleyball player caused his br... [Read More...]