Memoir/Women’s Issues – When I Die, Take My Panties

When I Die, Take My PantiesWhen I Die, Take My Panties
Turning Your Darkest Moments Into Your Greatest Gifts
By Jennifer Coken
Publisher: Persona Publishing
Published: June 2016
ISBN: 978-0983371533
ASIN: B01N2NAFGG
Genre: Memoir, Grief, Women’s Issues
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When I Die, Take My Panties is a wake-up call about the personal transformation that can come from tragedy and what can be learned along the way. Jennifer takes us through her journey of her mother dying from ovarian cancer in 2011. Death forced her to face a harsh reality: So often you want to control life – and the truth is you can’t. To find true peace, you must come to terms with people and situations as they are, not as you wish them to be. When I Die, Take My Panties takes the reader through a journey of discovering the gifts in their own life as they learn how to appreciate what is right in front of them.

“When I Die, Take My Panties” – It’s funny, it’s frank, it’s inspiring. – Jenny Allen, Author of Would Everybody Please Stop?: Reflections on Life and Other Bad Ideas

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Memoir – Orb Stones and Geoglyphs: A Writer’s Journey

Orb Stones and GeoglyphsOrb Stones and Geoglyphs: A Writer’s Journey
By Daniel A. Smith
Published: April 2017
ASIN: B06XP2N459
Genre: Memoir
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A soulful mix of writing, geology, rock and roll, and lost ancient nations from the author of the award winning historical novel, Storykeeper. The thought-provoking account of a ten-year search for mystical orbs, mysterious earthworks, and forgotten history will inspire the storyteller in all of us to begin their own journey.

“Orb Stones & Geoglyphs neatly juxtaposes the author’s personal and geologic discoveries while tracing the roots of stories that beg to be told. The result blends autobiography with science and insights into a writer’s evolution using a warm, inviting tone.” Donovan’s Literary Services – Midwest Book Review

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Memoir – The Year I Turned 25

The Year I Turned 25The Year I Turned 25
By Raquel Fletcher
Publisher: FriesenPress
Published: January 2017
ISBN: 978-1525501173
ASIN: B01MUF1OW4
Genre: Memoir
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“I always thought twenty-five was the year I’d finally be grown up, the year the world would finally start taking me seriously, the year I would finally know what I wanted. And yet…”

The Year I Turned 25 catalogues the ups and downs of a TV reporter in her mid-twenties, who takes on the added challenge of training an adorable, but misbehaving puppy. Sometimes melancholic and other times hilarious, this brave and thought-provoking memoir approaches dating, sexual assault and mental health in a personal, but relatable way. This book is for every woman who ever asked herself if something was wrong with her and for every dog lover who discovered true love in a puppy.

“This project isn’t about – and was never about – figuring out who I am. It’s about figuring out how to figure out who I am.”

 

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Memoir/Women – Her name was Bitter

Her name was BitterHer name was Bitter
By Mara D. Johnson
ASIN: B01IW9XTDU
Genre: Memoir
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Shame was just the beginning. Uncertainty and chaos were the only common themes in her life. Ten years on the run with a deadly fugitive. Violated by those entrusted with her safety. Rapes, incest, and a forced adoption to protect the guilty. Dark secrets and deep deception. Experience the journey that turned an innocent victim, into an embittered villain, confronted by her own demons. The shocking testimony of a young woman who was.

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Spiritual Biography – At Dreams’ End: A Story of Love, Belief and New Life

At Dreams’ EndAt Dreams’ End: A Story of Love, Belief and New Life
By Mary Tiffin
Publisher: Firefly Scribbles
Published: March 2017
ASIN: B06XX5RQQJ
Genre: Biography, Body Mind Spirit, Christian Living, Family, Spiritual
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This is the love story of two people. Mary Tiffin, RunLites company founder, and her dear husband David. It’s a story of faith and hope, because no matter what kind of person you are – a hopeless romantic, a spiritual soul, a grand questioner or a firmly-planted realist – you can’t help but find a bit of destiny in Mary and David’s journey. And regardless of your religious belief or non-belief, it may get you thinking…

Mary and David did not have a lifetime together in terms of years, but they absolutely did in terms of love. Married just ten years when David was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia, the two had hope that they could beat the cancer odds and be among the 5 percent who survive this disease. “Someone has to be a survivor. Why not you, David? Why not us?” Mary thought, and even said out loud. They amassed their army and arsenal: the best doctors, the best hospital, the best treatments, and did their best to be strong in the face of fear. All this they did for each other, for their young children, for their life.

How could they have known their lives were being transformed, that from the darkness would come the light? Every dawn, light overtakes the shadows of night. But cancer isn’t predictable like a sunrise. Cancer has its own timetable and its own agenda. At least it seems like it does. Particularly for families like the Tiffins, struggling through the trials and trauma of treatments, in hospitals, hoping and praying for miracles. Mary was by David’s side through it all: The bone marrow transplant, chemo, and the side effects. And while Mary remained hopeful through science, she also remained faithful to her Christian Catholic upbringing through prayer.

Mary served as chief communicator, regularly updating loved ones of David’s condition. “It was a matter of survival,” said Mary. “Family and friends needed updates and I needed their support. David was struggling. Inside, I was too. But I simply couldn’t bear the thought of repeating the day’s events with every phone call. That was just too much.” Mary resorted to email as a means of staying connected. And what started as an almost daily update to 14 people grew into a nightly prayer community of nearly 20,000 caring believers, true miracle workers. The outpouring was beyond Mary’s comprehension, but she didn’t ask questions. She went with it. Thousands of people with hope, praying for wellness, for health and for blood counts to rise. For kidneys to start working, for wakefulness, for whatever could perhaps help David survive. “I know the plans I have for you… They are plans for good and not for disaster to give you a future and hope.”

At Dreams’ End is the story of a miraculous journey of love and hope. David gave Mary the powerful gift of belief. He gave her a future built on the truth that from darkness always comes light. Their strength and courage have touched the lives of more people than they know in ways that they can’t even imagine. To so many of us, the two of them have been a MIRACLE.

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Memoir – Perfect in Memory: A Son’s Tribute to His Mother

Perfect in MemoryPerfect in Memory: A Son’s Tribute to His Mother
By Rick D. Niece, Ph.D.
Publisher: Five Star Publications
Published: September 2016
978-1589852389
Pages: 226
Genre: Memoir
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Perfect in Memory: A Son’s Tribute to His Mother is the third volume in Rick D. Niece’s award-winning Fanfare for a Hometown series. Shared from the perspective of an adult son looking back with loving nostalgia on how his spirited, nurturing mother shaped his life, Niece’s heartfelt stories are celebrations of family and the timeless endurance of a mother’s love. As Dodie Niece’s life comes to a bittersweet end, Niece and his family gather at her bedside and share fond memories of their experiences in idyllic DeGraff, Ohio. Written as a tribute to a remarkable woman, Perfect in Memory focuses with tender reflection on the richness of simple gestures that make life so beautiful. Recently recognized as a 2017 Reader Views Finalist.

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