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Maybe I Should Have Been Louder Erica Wilkie
Books with a 4 star rating(6)
$14.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781792314285
“Not only had he walked away and been absent all these years already, but the one time I reached out to him, begging to be loved, begging to be wanted, begging to feel worthy, he said no. This wasn’t an "I’m-busy-this-weekend" no, this was a "you-are-not-worthy-of-my-time" no. …… He never contacted me after that. He never attempted to make it right. If I misunderstood, he never attempted to help me to understand. He was the adult. He made that choice. He had control. I was just his little broken girl, who would go through the next twenty years trying to figure out why he didn’t love me.”
Monoloca Docudrama Cynthia Cartagena
Books with a 4 star rating(6)
$14.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642543933
Monoloca Docudrama is a book of one woman dealing with her life drama. Mental Illness rearing its ugly presence since the tender age of 5. This memoir is raw, mildly edited and straight to the point. Encounters and disappointments of the past are not sugar coated. Language at times maybe be a little explicit. Timelines vary. It's okay. Life is not perfect just like my story. One crazy woman documenting her drama. Monoloca Docudrama is full of tears, fears and loss of ambition. Embrace my imperfections in an imperfect world.
Shape-shifting My Way Home: A Life in Foster Care Theresa C. Miller
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$15.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780578436326
In Theresa Miller's remarkable memoir of how to survive in the foster care system - and in the process become whole - when the ground keeps shifting, is a story not only of redemption but of resiliency and clear insight. Miller offers the evidence of a way through foster care - by reading books and telling stories about the events of one's life as they occur, by reframing one's stories and putting them in the context of the great children's stories, the Grimm Brothers Tales. Despite pain and anguish of parental neglect and mental illness, despite the unending number of homes and families Miller was asked to "fit" into, Miller chronicles what saved her, what brought her - not quite uns ...
Stolen Identity RoShawn C. Evans
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$20.00
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780692974827
Your personal identity describes who you are, who you aspire to be, or who people perceive you to be. The majority of us have been told in our lives at one time or another that we can be whoever or whatever we want to be, but what happens when someone else makes that decision for you without your honest consent? Typically in our society when someone's identity is stolen, there are a series of laws and agencies in place to remedy that issue; however, when it is the lawmaker that is the thief of your identity what recourse do you have? Who do you tell? Who can help you? Who will believe you? Stolen Identity is a story about a young man's battle with a dysfunctional family, a faulty cri ...
The Garden State Parkway of Emunah Sholom Weinfeld
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$14.99
Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682738078
A rollicking ride thru the Garden State and Greenwich Village. Follow the author on his spiritual odyssey thru the roads and rock venues of New Jersey in the 70's and 80's. This book will drop you off at a different stop then the one you left from. NOTE this publication includes the Israel journal From America to Amorika.
The Windgrabber Robert R. Runge
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$7.95
Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633180215
Despite the activities undertaken by the author he was never caught for anything let alone arrested. Years later a police officer told him, "We knew who you were."
Where the Boo-Boos Live Arlie Fauver
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$5.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633181465
Deer. Bears. Boo-Boos. And a big brown dawg. Fifty years after the original manuscript was typed, this memoir of life in the old Oneida Post Office in Washington state finally comes to light, with all the humor, zest for life and love of animals that Arlie Fauver brought with her to Oneida in the early 1950s. “Who in the hell would buy that place?” was Arlie’s first reaction to the ramshackle old building that would later become her family’s home – a home full of fun, friends and laughter; heartache, loss and trouble; and critters of all descriptions. When it came time to leave Oneida, the only way to keep it in her heart was to write it all down, and these are the resulting ...

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