To Life by Marsha Casper Cook

To Life by Marsha Casper Cook. A Young Holocaust Survivor’s Journey to Freedom. This compelling Holocaust memoir is about Sala Lewis and her love of family. Ten year old Sala Lewis had been out with friends and came home to find the apartment where she lived locked. The Nazis had… Continue reading

The Gift by Kathy Morley

The Gift by Kathy Morley. Finding The Extraordinary In Everyday Living. A masterful storyteller, Kathy Morley whisks the reader into another dimension through her own experiences with psychic phenomena, hypnosis, UFOs, and channeling. As the plot unfolds, the reader may draw parallels in their lives previously missed or attributed to… Continue reading

DID: True Story Of Survival by Theodocia McLean

DID: True Story Of Survival by Theodocia McLean. Theodocia McLean was born on Beals Island, in Downeast Maine, in 1954. Sold to the mailman, adopted twice, she wasn’t told her beautiful name until her sixteenth birthday. Her love for writing began when her fifth-grade teacher captured her imagination with creative… Continue reading

Toward Happier Choices by Michael Oborn

Toward Happier Choices by Michael Oborn. A Coffee Conspiracy. This book is a Memoir better described as an Anthology of a person’s life. It also might be looked at as a transition piece by a person who doesn’t tell, but shows how he reinvented his life. “Our challenges strengthen and… Continue reading

First Jobs Remembered by Glenn Sartori

First Jobs Remembered by Glenn Sartori. A Collection of Stories Spanning Eight Decades. This anthology of first-job stories is a showcase of experiences that span decades. While some of the entries into the workforce are still relevant today—others are from a bygone era The stories are thoughtful, nostalgic, and sprinkled… Continue reading

Never Knew I Was A Dinosaur by Glenn Sartori

Never Knew I Was A Dinosaur by Glenn Sartori. With humor and charm, Glenn looks back on his workplace adventures and prehistoric technologies, with a dawning realization that he might now be a dinosaur! Come laugh out loud with him and you might find yourself thinking that you may very… Continue reading

South City Mosaic Series (Life On Alaska) by Glenn Sartori

South City Mosaic: Life On Alaska by Glenn Sartori. South City Mosaic Series Book One. I grew up in the South City on a street called Alaska. The mosaic of my early years is like a collection of tiles in a multicolored mural. The tiles were pieced together by many… Continue reading

Through My Laughter and Tears by Annette Stanzione

Through My Laughter and Tears by Annette Stanzione. Returning Home to the Bronx (A Memoir). Annette Stanzione was born into a Catholic-Italian family in the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx in the 1950s. In ‘Through My Laughter and Tears’, Annette relays anecdotes from her childhood to her first job… Continue reading

Listen To Me: How My Down Syndrome Brother Saved My Life by Lynne Podrat

Listen To Me: How My Down Syndrome Brother Saved My Life by Lynne Podrat. This memoir was written to honor my youngest brother’s influence over my life, the good, the bad, and the ugly, of living with a Down Syndrome sibling. It tells the story of the children of my… Continue reading

Dear Barack by Claudia Clark

Dear Barack by Claudia Clark. Dear Barack: The Extraordinary Partnership of Barack Obama and Angela Merkel. One of the great political friendships of the modern world, as told through key moments that shaped the twenty-first century. Today, we know US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel as two… Continue reading

Surviving Chaos: How I Found Peace at A Beach Bar by Harold Phifer

Surviving Chaos: How I Found Peace at A Beach Bar by Harold Phifer. For more than fifty years, Harold Phifer’s childhood living conditions remained a secret, even from those who thought they knew him best. No one knew about his past growing up with a mother who suffered from mental… Continue reading

My Life At Sweetbrier by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

My Life At Sweetbrier: A Life Changed by Horses by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne. What if you grew up on a horse farm and your single passion was to become a champion horseback rider? The problem is, you were born with a disability. Doctors tell your parents you’ll never walk, let alone… Continue reading

Come See My Africa by Ken Palmrose

Come See My Africa by Ken Palmrose. Enjoy a tour of southern Africa led by your guide, Tau, a young student who lives near beautiful Victoria Falls. Not every child or adult can actually travel in person to Africa, but Tau will take you on a journey of his world… Continue reading

Two Sides Of A Bi-Polar Survivor by Anastasia Marie Cassella

We Recognize Author Anastasia Marie Cassella For Her DeterminationTo Fight Through All Her Disabilities And Take Time To Help Others! Two Sides Of A Bi-Polar Survivor by Anastasia Marie Cassella. Anastasia Marie Cassella’s book, ‘Two Sides of a Bi-Polar Survivor’ shares the promiscuousness, manic side of a bi-polar survivor, along… Continue reading