Driving in Reverse - The Life I Almost Missed
"In all, a very bizarre, chin-dropping, f#%@ked up, highly entertaining book!!"
Lindsay Wincherauk is a full-time writer + humourist + observer of the ... Read full author bio >
Douglas Carnine, a professor emeritus from the University of Oregon, began his pursuit of scientific research, instructional design, Buddhism and martial arts when he was 21. His academic career focused ... Read full author bio >
"An illuminating and hopeful account of inmate rehabilitation through Buddhist teaching."
Jan Marie Ritter is a retired educator with over 30 years of professional experience. She earned a bachelor's degree in education with a post-graduate master's equivalent. A certified ... Read full author bio >
"An impressive memoir with something for everyone: history and government, love and marriage, life and death."
Shirley Russak Wachtel is best known for her memoir, MY MOTHER'S SHOES, which follows her mother's life from her hometown of Dombrowe, Poland, throughout her tortuous time in ... Read full author bio >
"The Music Makers--
'A touching study rich with introspection and finely crafted relationships."
Paula Dunning came to writing memoir, essays, and short fiction late in life, after a career as a free-lance editor and writer-for-hire. For twelve years, she was editor of Education ... Read full author bio >
"...the author insightfully questions her path, juxtaposing her life choices against her expectations of being a “liberated” woman of the 1970s and ’80s: “Our
lives create us as much as we create them. Mine created a farm wife, yes. It also created an endless search for
self-definition, a conflicted stay-at-home mom, a dreadful businesswoman, and finally, a wordsmith.”
A thoughtful reflection on life, marriage, and child-rearing, told from a unique perspective."
Jane Sweetland, a former dean and associate vice-president at California State University Channel Islands, has collected over the years a veritable bouquet of degrees: a BA in American Studies, teaching ... Read full author bio >
"A deft, engaging history of two young soldiers’ brief lives."
Born with grit and gumption, Paula Viale embraced life as a severely disabled child growing up in a not-so-enlightened small town of the fifties. "Polio, the A-Bomb and Me" chronicles ... Read full author bio >
"A surprisingly uplifting and moving depiction of courage in the face of a physically challenging childhood."
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