Self-Help Memoir – The Spinsterlicious Life: 20 Life Lessons for Living Happily Single and Child-free

The Spinsterlicious Life: 20 Life Lessons for Living Happily Single and Child-free
By Eleanore Wells
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1469968520
Published: March 2012
Pages: 132
Genre: Self-Help/Memoir

Part memoir, part self-help, The Spinsterlicious Life chronicles the life, adventures, joys, and realities of a happily single woman in a “married-is-normal” world. It’s a funny, clever, and insightful read for any woman who is single…for the time being or for a lifetime.

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Suspense/Thriller – Chapter One…Loose Ends

Chapter One…Loose Ends
By Lou Mercer
Publisher: Lou Mercer
ISBN: 9780985717308
Published: June 2012
Pages: 105
Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Meg Parker led a simple life.  She was a widow of three years and lived on a chicken farm at the foot of the mighty Rocky Mountains.  Life was good and her little store on eBay made her extra spending money.  But snow and wildlife were not the only things lurking in the forest above her home.  Nor did it stay in the forest for long. Marshall Purcell came home a wounded veteran from Vietnam.  He still had his dreams, but they were of an incestuous past and threatened to consume him. When Meg and Marshall met it seemed an inconsequential meeting, but it changed both of their lives forever and change is not always a good thing.

From the author: “This is adult fiction at its best without all the sex.  Well, maybe just a little bit! This book will keep you on the edge of your seat with the twists and turns.  My readers are clamoring for the sequel.  It is coming!”

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Children’s Book – Penelope’s Big Day

Penelope’s Big Day: Early Childhood Life Lesson
By Iris H. Benn
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 978-1432763732
Pages: 34
Published: August 2012
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Children

Our perky, young heroine Penelope is excited to share her Big Day as she provides engaging and comforting thoughts as a positive role model for youngsters who are about to embark on their first big adventure outside the home. The first day of school is exciting and positive as seen through the pages of “Penelope’s Big Day.”

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Memoir – Cutting the Strings

Cutting the Strings
By Carole Little
Publisher: Elkins Lake Publishing
ISBN: 978-0985700409
Published: July 2012
Genre: Memoir

This is a compelling memoir that takes the reader on a journey around the globe as Little strikes out at an early age to fulfill her destiny. Little’s story is one of perseverance and overcoming the odds.

Readers will be fascinated with how Little “cut the strings” at a young age from the adults who were holding her back to go on and achieve the life of her dreams. Early into the book the reader is rooting for Little to break away from these people who showed little concern for her welfare and failed to recognize her gifts and strengths. Readers will laugh, cry and be inspired by the turn of events in this compelling example of perseverance and personal triumph. This is a riveting personal tale of courage, determination, and survival against the odds that will empower and motivate the reader to reach for the stars.

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Memoir – Following Daisies

Following Daisies: A True Story about One Woman’s Adventures Finding Happiness, Fulfilling Dreams and Becoming Herself
By Heather Pardon
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1470034788
Published: April 2012
Genre: Memoir

Imagine letting go of everything and finally finding it all……. Author Heather Pardon spent many years chasing a life that was supposed to bring her happiness. By the time she’d reached her mid-forties, she had a charming house, two businesses, many friends and a good lifestyle, yet happiness and fulfillment still eluded her. In this delightful and clever book, Ms. Pardon shares the story of how she left it all behind to follow her heart on a cross-Canada, soul-searching adventure in her RV, Miss Daisy, only to finally discover everything she’d ever been looking for. If you’re interested in pursuing some of your own life dreams, longing to follow the call of your heart or wanting a fun, inspirational, adventure-filled read, then this book is for you. You’ll be entertained and inspired in this engaging and spirited book that is peppered with Ms. Pardon’s trademark humor and simple wisdom. The author invites you to ride in the passenger seat of her candid soul-searching journey. At the end of several thousand adventure and misadventure-filled kilometers you’ll be left wanting to follow your heart wherever it takes you too. Following Daisies is a beautifully written and enchanting memoir that will capture your heart and send your imagination on a journey of it’s own. It’s a must read for anyone who also longs to follow the call of their soul.

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Memoir/Family Relationships – When Love is Not Enough

When Love is Not Enough: Chronicles of LauraJo
By Pat Engebrecht
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1461185789
Published: August 2012
Genre: Memoir, Family Relationships

When Love Is Not Enough Chronicles of LauraJo is a first-person account of a young woman suffering from the emotional disorder Borderline Personality (BPD.) The story is told by LuaraJo (LJ) from meticulous journals she kept during the ten years of her ordeal (1976/86) and her mother’s commentary. It has taken her mother, a partner in her daughter’s journey, over twenty years to get the courage to read her daughter’s journals, all numbered in preparation for this book, the one LJ intended to write. The journal entries included in this book have been selected to illustrate the different aspects of LauraJo’s personality, and experiences: emotional, humor, sexual, medical and religious. Her personal artwork, sculptures, poems, songs as well as pictures of family and friends are included. This is a family journey…a family who loved when love was not enough.

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