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Biography & Memoirs

#MenToo Adam or Erin Whitehead
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ISBN: 9781386993766
Domestic violence is a growing problem in today's world. Sometimes sex and beauty on the outside are not all they are cracked up to be when it involves a relationship, children, and life. Adam Whitehead shows us a closer glimpse of how men, too, are victims of domestic violence with this true story. Sure to capture the audience, men often keep quiet in regards to their being victim to violence from women, until now. 
22 Years Behind Bars Sharon Mueller
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ISBN: 9780989040310
Stories of teaching in a medium security state prison.
Beloved Wide Spot - Nona Freeman Paul Seagraves
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By the grace of God, Nona Freeman veteran missionary, has written her story. Over 66,000 books are in print. Adventures of Bug and Me - an autobiography Bug and Nona on the Go - an autobiography This is the Day - an inspirational book Box 44, Monrovia - biography of African missionary Shouting on the Hills - biography of her mother, Carrie Eastridge Unseen Hands - the story of revival in Ethiopia In the Bag - an inspirational book My Memorial - (compiled) Pentecostal Journal Beloved Wide Spot, the newest release, is the story of Bug and Nona Freeman's seven years pastoring a small church in a small town in Louisiana before they went to Africa in 1948.
Have I Got My Mind Right Yet, Boss? nathan thomason
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ISBN: 9781620304549
A chronicle of rants, raves, pearls of wisdom and cautionary tales…all brought to you through the convenience of social media… sample entries: 11/10/2010 32 hours of work. I officially have the right to do or say whatever the heck I want right now without repercussions. Fixin' to down a whole pot of coffee and go hand out some "what fer"… 03/02/2011 Am I the only one who can no longer grasp this whole 'days of the week' thing?? How come I always think it’s Tuesday? 04/06/2011 The new cinnamon pastry thingies @ Arby’s taste like a mouthful of cinnamon flavored spray-paint. There's some sorta chemical aftertaste that has me worried about our country's future......
Letters to Mom from Nam Roger Williamson
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ISBN: 9781633183292
After graduating from the College of Wooster in 1967, Roger Williamson enlisted in the US Army knowing that his path would likely lead to the jungles of Vietnam. By 1968 he ended up there as an Advisor to the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. Even far from home, his connection to his family and friends remained strong. So many letters from the people he loved -especially his Mom- kept him encouraged. He wrote often offering bland details of the war to keep his family from worrying about his safety. His stories show the fear, frustration, anger and sometimes humorous situations he encountered as a young Lieutenant in an increasingly unpopular war.
My Name is Ruby Lee "Telling It Like It Is" Ruby Lee Ryan
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ISBN: 9781682730973
She Wanted More Sparkle Christine
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ISBN: 9781734261806
Read along as a young woman's life begins surrounded by poverty, pain and abuse. The book chronicles her movement through an abusive childhood, untimely tragedy, a teen pregnancy and much more. Along the way, she discovers a God she was not sure existed. Ultimately, she is led to Christ and ministry for women.
That was Then. This is Now! A Story of Dissociative Identity Disorder written by Belinda Whipple Worth MA,LCMHC In collaboration with and illustrated by "Live United"
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ISBN: 9781736256503
This stunning, painful, but ultimately hopeful, fictional truth written by Belinda Whipple Worth, MA, LCMHC and illustrated by the LIVE UNITED system, reveals the inner world of a remarkable survivor of trauma and her healing journey coping with her Dissociative Identity Disorder as a result of ritual abuse, mind control, and incest. A tool for psychotherapy and self-help alike, the story shares a path through terrifying and disturbing experiences most often hidden outside the mental health counseling or psychology office. For people living with the fear and shame of the secret of child sexual exploitation and trafficking, the courage, bravery, and ingenuity of the Little Girl can bri ...