‘No Ghosts in the Graveyard’ is a memoir written about Bob and his life beginning from the age of nine selling newspapers and how he navigates this journey going through many interesting, funny, sad, and happy moments.
‘Step Lively’ is a fictional memoir about how Jill and Alex move to Manhattan so Jill can follow her dreams. The story is set in the 1980s. As you read and see how they both navigate the ups and down, you realize that no… Continue Reading “Step Lively: New York City Tales of Love and Change by Sherri Moshman-Paganos (Book Review #1351) “
‘The Shadows of Appalachia’ is a memoir written about the author back in 1928, where Mary invites us into her childhood years and more.
‘An Independent Woman in Yugoslavia’ is a memoir written about Iris’s life from the beginning till the final years of living in a Communist social system. Her life has not been easy, and you experience reliving all her encounters through her wonderfully written literature.
‘Black, White, and Gray All Over’ is a memoir written about a retired LA county Sheriff who grew up in Detroit, and became a police officer and detective with a successful career. The author describes all the details and experiences he has endured both… Continue Reading “Black, White, and Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review #1331)”
I am Jess is a biography written about a brave woman who has endured abuse during her first marriage. Jessica lets you know how important emotional abuse is and how – without noticing- you begin to start making excuses for your partner and blame… Continue Reading “I am Jess by Jessica Fahi (Book Review #1327)”
When No One Else Believed is a story about faith and endurance. There is no doubt about Ron’s love for Patsy, his wife. She has an illness that leaves her on life support, but against all odds, Ron believes in the message he receives… Continue Reading “When No One Else Believed by Ron Tripodo (Book Review #1322)”
‘Relative Distance’ is a memoir written about two wonderful boys, David and Danny, who have had to endure and been inflicted with abuse and violence from their father and their mentally ill mother.
One Day One Life is a nonfiction memoir about David’s life and reflections on his addictions and challenges. It is filled with the love for his sons and partner, his understanding of the matter, and how his journey takes him to where he is… Continue Reading “One Day One Life by David Stewart (Book Review #1315)”