Juggle and Hide is a memoir and my first published book. One of thee most important issues for me was to use an image of Charles Pfahl's painting -- a ... Read full author bio >
"She tells her story with novelistic detail and nuance in a raptly observant prose that’s matter-of-fact but infused with mordant wit and occasional flights of hallucinatory fancy. The result is a gripping read that spins painful experiences into deeply satisfying literature."
Jennifer N. Martin holds a BA in English and an MA in Educational Administration. She is a former university instructor, high school teacher, and educational administrator.
Jennifer is the co-author ... Read full author bio >
When I learned how to print my name, I knew I wanted to be a writer. I wrote my first book at age 5: it was 50 pages on brightly ... Read full author bio >
"[I]n Vaughan’s eyes, Niecy was a hero—a kindhearted, wide-eyed dreamer who changed the lives of everyone she met. Although mothers aren’t typically the most reliable narrators, Vaughan’s homespun tales of Niecy the Famous Kid—the nickname that a giggling Niecy dreamed up for herself while collecting shells with her mom on the beach—are stirring, tender and overflowing with love. An emotional tribute to an extraordinary 17-year-old girl through the eyes of her biggest fan: her mom."
Photographer, writer, publicist
Anne Frank: Silent Witnesses Reminders of a Jewish Girl's Life (Createspace) – Trade paperback (2014) ISBN-13: 978-9490482084/
ISBN: 9789490482084 PUMBO by Ronald Wilfred Jansen ... Read full author bio >
The author had difficulty with the relevance of college, feeling the need to get real world experience of the social, economic, and political environment in a foreign country. In particular ... Read full author bio >
"One of the thousands inspired by President John F. Kennedy's 'Ask what you can do for your country,' the author recounts his time in Liberia from 1962 to 1964."
Nancy Salz is the author of many profiles and musical theater reviews for Berkshire County newspapers and online arts magazines. She is the author of a business book that went ... Read full author bio >
"A probing, heartfelt memoir about the true meaning of family ... As Salz recalls her New York City childhood with Miss Hanna by her side, midcentury New York comes to life through her vivid descriptions; a chapter about her early love of Broadway musicals is particularly poignant ... its greatest strengths are Salz's self-awareness and her insight into the issues of class that often separate domestic caretakers from their charges."
A performance poet and actress, Amy Lewis has a Master's degree in Spiritual Psychology and is a member of SAG. She wrote and starred in the one-woman show Waking ... Read full author bio >
"Debut author Lewis, a performance poet and actor, recounts her journey from self-hate to self-love, set against the supernatural backdrop of reconnecting to her abusive husband following his death. From the start, Lewis draws readers into her story, acknowledging her own flaws and desires while providing a surprisingly compassionate depiction of the troubled Truth. Lewis has crafted a compelling tale that will resonate with anyone seeking to reconcile and move on from his or her past. A raw, heartfelt memoir of one woman’s spiritual evolution."
Fred Moody was born in Missoula, Montana, and raised in the Pacific Northwest. He has long been a chronicler of Northwest life, first as a newspaper and magazine writer, then ... Read full author bio >
"A brave and eye-opening memoir by a writer who has stood on both sides of the wall between the public and the Catholic Church."
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