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  • From Trauma to Sanity

    Perseverance is Key by

    Valorita had been shot in the head. She didn’t realize it right away, but then, neither did the police. She had to wait for the paramedics to arrive to find out why her head was hurting. She had almost succumbed to the wound, lying on the floor of ...


  • Dad Wore a Fedora and Sleeve Garters

    A Life Well Lived by

    How do you begin to tell the story of someone’s life when you feel you barely knew them? Is it possible to gather the biographical information about someone who has been gone for thirty years—even if that person was your own father? Dad Wore a ...


  • Memoirs of a Free Pilgrim

    by

    In this book, Nicholas Fung, who has authored several travel books (the Free Pilgrim series), talks about his life, from its humble beginnings in Borneo to his education in England, his professional successes in both law and banking, and his ...


  • The Weaving of My Tartan Heart

    by

    The Weaving of My Tartan Heart offers a peek through the window of the author’s thoughts. Vivid images of a time long past make the reader feel as though they are present in each scene. Stories of when life was simpler, and respect for elders and ...


  • Laughter Growing

    a Mennonite-Mexican boyhood by

    Hair-raising escapades ranging from the heights of a windmill to utter darkness in a deep well. Staring a deadly snake in the eye and facing the menacing eyes of a snarling wolf. Delight over a sack of oranges at Christmas and the shame of begging ...


  • Do Your Best

    Family, Friends, Mentors and the US Army Guide a Boy to Manhood by

    Do Your Best is the intimate story of a young man, Herbert W. Ridyard, who shares his life lessons—about love, honesty, and dedication—for the benefit of his greater family, friends, historians, and the general populace, but also in memory of those ...


  • Resilience

    The Journey of Self-Discovery by

    In 1992, two hours after she gave birth to her first daughter in Juba, Sudan, bombs began falling on the city. Like thousands of her fellow citizens, author Kiden Jonathan was forced to flee. Kiden, her husband, and their growing family spent the ...


  • Anna

    A Grace Filled Life by

    Anna: A Grace Filled Life portrays a moving tribute to Anna Giesbrecht—daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, friend and widow—roles which barely skim the surface of what her life has really meant. Following Anna’s life from ...


  • Overcoming Adversity

    Resetting Goals by

    What would you do to rise above unfavorable circumstances? This intriguing question is at the essence of the inspiring book, Overcoming Adversity. Rejections, setbacks and obstacles may occur in employment, social interactions or cultural ...


  • Broken Kaleidoscope Syndrome

    Daughter of the Soviet Union by

    Two years after Uncle Stalin led the Soviets to victory in the Great Patriotic War, Mama brings Mila home from the delivery ward. Aunt Nastya takes one look at the baby and states her heels are too skinny, a sign she doesn’t belong to this world. ...