Debbie Hampton recovered from depression and a suicide attempt to became a popular mental health blogger. Her memoir, Sex, Suicide and Serotonin: How These Things Almost Killed and Healed Me ... Read full author bio >
"Hampton remains steadfast in creating a memoir that shows both the problem and the solution."
Three years into studying architecture at the University of Illinois, in 1966 my draft status was changed from a student deferment to 1-A, and I joined the army to learn ... Read full author bio >
"...the author offers a highly intellectual Vietnam War memoir that's more poetic than most pain-wracked soldier stories. His ruminations on mythologies, metaphysics, and human sexuality--both classic and modern--have one foot on the battlefield and the other in New Age philosophy..."
Rick Odermatt spent three-plus decades as managing editor, sports editor and columnist at the New Haven Register. He was ghostwriter for Yale coach Carm Cozza’s autobiography True Blue, published ... Read full author bio >
"The writing is, as one might expect, more than competent, and the characters remain well drawn …"
An insistent patient (forthright and wordy) because she is one of five million people in America with bladder problems and wants to start a conversation. She likes to tell it ... Read full author bio >
"Lake’s debut offers a candid memoir of her experience with neurogenic bladder and a wealth of practical advice about coping with its daily complications."
Raised in Fairbanks, Alaska, Bryan Bailey grew to appreciate the wildness of the land and its abundant wildlife. In particular, he developed a fondness for the gray wolves that roamed ... Read full author bio >
"A convincing guide for dog owners as well as a memoir of instructive adventures set in nature."
Dr. Nancy Saltzman, author of the best selling memoir Radical Survivor, is an Indiana Hoosier who now calls Colorado her home. She is found most mornings hiking in the foothills ... Read full author bio >
"Heartbreaking sadness leads to words of courage, perseverance, and enduring strength likely to inspire others on the path toward healing."
Jean Juba has worked in twenty different countries for organizations that include the US Department of State Foreign Service, NGOs, and the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations.
With the publication ... Read full author bio >
"One woman’s deft, thoughtful account of Muslim-American and male-female relationships."
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