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Comment by Sheila English on December 20, 2016 at 11:13am

This is a different kind of history book, one told, not by historians, but by the families of the veterans of World War II. Here they tell the stories that have never been heard. Stories that the veterans told only to their wives and children; stories so personal, so touching, and so real that it will change the way you look at the war and change the way you see the men and women of the greatest generation.

Soldiers’ Stories: A Collection of World War II Memoirs opens our eyes to the reality of war and opens our hearts to these soldiers in a way that can only be seen through the eyes of the people who loved them.

This is a beautiful book in so many ways. You won’t be able to put it down and you will never forget it. Additional links 
http://bit.ly/2h4ESsg or http://amzn.to/2gW8fJX  history/non-fiction

Comment by Sheila English on December 29, 2016 at 6:17am

Academy Award winning film producer Jonathan Sanger has once again given us a provocative tale that reaches audiences at the core of their heart, only this time his medium is print instead of film. His book “Making the Elephant Man: A Producer’s Memoir” gives us an insider’s look at the creation of one of the first ever indie films and a box-office smash, as well as a peek into the early careers of movie greats David Lynch, Mel Brooks and Anthony Hopkins. Find out more at http://www.jonathansangerproductions.com/ non-fiction, memoir

Comment by Sheila English on January 11, 2017 at 8:31am

The popular Wild Cards super hero universe is slated to hit television as a series, but where did it all begin? How did George R R Martin and his amazingly talented writer-friends come up with the Wild Cards universe? Get a look at the beginning before the series hits TV! Find out more at http://www.wildcardsonline.com/ Comic book/fantasy

Comment by wayne miller on December 8, 2017 at 10:01pm

The Cancer Effect is the inspiring true story of one woman’s journey with cancer, written to provide hope and healing for patients, survivors, and those who love them. Moving, enlightening, uplifting, and honest. Learn more about this powerful memoir at www.claudiabretzing.com Non-fiction/self help

Comment by wayne miller on April 5, 2018 at 2:07pm

Lakewood is an enchanted place, composed of 40 acres in the North Carolina Piedmont. Privately owned, you once needed an invitation to see the miraculous seven-acre lake that was built by hand with mules and men during WWII, to gaze upon the beaver, otters, fish and other wildlife that call Lakewood home, or to stay in the little stone cottage with spectacular views. But now author Reggie Hill has opened it for all of us to enjoy, through his book Lakewood: Reggie and Anita’s Camelot, a Gift from God. Christian/ non-fiction

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Comment by wayne miller on April 24, 2018 at 6:26pm

Fall in love with India and the bustling city of Mumbai in Ajay Kaul’s book of short stories, Mumbai Matinee, truth-based fiction that acts as both memoir and travelogue. Mumbai Matinee portrays the veritable feast of the commerce, people, and danger which make up India’s most populous city and financial capital. Filled with eight interconnected short stories based on Kaul’s life and work there, this charming book is a terrific pleasure read and highly recommended if you plan to visit.
Find out more at
https://www.facebook.com/ajaykaulwriter romance, thriller

Comment by wayne miller on August 7, 2018 at 12:29am

Kathryn Magnolia Johnson tells her story, a colored woman born during the Jim Crow Era, yet courageous in her quest for racial justice, academic and social equality. Kathryn helps us experience the Argenta Race Riot of 1906, WWI France in 1918, and her activism for literacy selling her Two Foot Shelf of Negro Literature. Find out more at https://amzn.to/2vnNGAa Non-fiction, memoir, history

Comment by wayne miller on November 15, 2018 at 4:32pm

Author Jeffery Trees shares a heartrending story of his experiences of learning that his first wife has repressed memories of being an incest victim. Find out more at http://www.authorjefferytrees.com/ non-fiction

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