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Biography & Autobiography - Personal Memoirs
 
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By William Ebot Makia
Pieces of Dreams is an exposition of the conscience of Cameroon. In this memoir, Makia discusses his ascension from a very low status in Betock, a small village in Cameroon, to “the rank of Principal Civil Administrator Special Class—the highest grade in the Cameroon civil service.” His journey, punctuated by impediments, takes him from walking four miles every school day to the nearest elementary school in another village to studying in the Loughborough Cooperative College, England. Dreams are a powerful subject in Makia’s autobiography, and the book emphasizes the author’s deep spiritual connection with God and with his family. His constant communication with his late parents, especially his mother, through dreams becomes an awakening to him and a validation that the dead are, in fact, not far removed from the living; the dead have merely transitioned into another realm and can speak to the living at will through the pipeline of dreams.
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By William Ebot Makia
Pieces of Dreams is an exposition of the conscience of Cameroon. In this memoir, Makia discusses his ascension from a very low status in Betock, a small village in Cameroon, to “the rank of Principal Civil Administrator Special Class—the highest grade in the Cameroon civil service.” His journey, punctuated by impediments, takes him from walking four miles every school day to the nearest elementary school in another village to studying in the Loughborough Cooperative College, England. Dreams are a powerful subject in Makia’s autobiography, and the book emphasizes the author’s deep spiritual connection with God and with his family. His constant communication with his late parents, especially his mother, through dreams becomes an awakening to him and a validation that the dead are, in fact, not far removed from the living; the dead have merely transitioned into another realm and can speak to the living at will through the pipeline of dreams.
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By Shawn Woods
Shawn Woods writes about his life as being labeled a mistake by his mother and how she displays her resentment for him in front of family and friend besides verbally abusing him throughout his life. Even to this day, she insults, degrades, and rejects him. Shawn went through school with learning disabilities and graduated from high school with a 6 to 8 grade in reading and spelling level. His book is written in his own words so you can see for yourself how he struggles with expressing his thoughts.
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By Larry J. Musson
An authentic account of combat with an airborne company in the waterlogged rice paddies and demanding jungles of South Vietnam. Share the experiences of fighting men under punishing conditions, extreme temperatures, and intense monsoon rains as they search for the enemy in the rugged mountains and teeming lowlands. Relive all the terror, humor, and sadness of one man’s tour of duty with real-life action in spectacular stunning detail.
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By Larry J. Musson
An authentic account of combat with an airborne company in the waterlogged rice paddies and demanding jungles of South Vietnam. Share the experiences of fighting men under punishing conditions, extreme temperatures, and intense monsoon rains as they search for the enemy in the rugged mountains and teeming lowlands. Relive all the terror, humor, and sadness of one man’s tour of duty with real-life action in spectacular stunning detail.
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By Larry J. Musson
An authentic account of combat with an airborne company in the waterlogged rice paddies and demanding jungles of South Vietnam. Share the experiences of fighting men under punishing conditions, extreme temperatures, and intense monsoon rains as they search for the enemy in the rugged mountains and teeming lowlands. Relive all the terror, humor, and sadness of one man’s tour of duty with real-life action in spectacular stunning detail.
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By Janet Hamilton Griffith
Down the Creek is a memoir. The stories that have been in my mind since childhood. The first pages, written on yellow-lined legal pads, were first penned more than tirty years ago. Through the years I graduated from handwriting to a portable Smith Corona typewriter and finally arrived a few years ago into the modern world of technology and began using the computer. How I ever managed to handwrite or use a typewriter is now beyond my imagination. My story is based on my maternal grandmother’s life and that of her nine children. I was always fascinated by the stories I heard through the years. Some of the later ones I personally witnessed. I always felt that one day I must write it all down. This book is fiction based on true stories. Names of people and many of the geographic areas have been changed. Dates and events have been moved at the writer’s discretion to make the story more readable. However, the skeleton of the story is very accurate. Many small details are simply from the writer’s imagination, written the way I thought those actual events would have or should have occurred.
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By Janet Hamilton Griffith
Down the Creek is a memoir. The stories that have been in my mind since childhood. The first pages, written on yellow-lined legal pads, were first penned more than tirty years ago. Through the years I graduated from handwriting to a portable Smith Corona typewriter and finally arrived a few years ago into the modern world of technology and began using the computer. How I ever managed to handwrite or use a typewriter is now beyond my imagination. My story is based on my maternal grandmother’s life and that of her nine children. I was always fascinated by the stories I heard through the years. Some of the later ones I personally witnessed. I always felt that one day I must write it all down. This book is fiction based on true stories. Names of people and many of the geographic areas have been changed. Dates and events have been moved at the writer’s discretion to make the story more readable. However, the skeleton of the story is very accurate. Many small details are simply from the writer’s imagination, written the way I thought those actual events would have or should have occurred.
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By Janet Hamilton Griffith
Down the Creek is a memoir. The stories that have been in my mind since childhood. The first pages, written on yellow-lined legal pads, were first penned more than tirty years ago. Through the years I graduated from handwriting to a portable Smith Corona typewriter and finally arrived a few years ago into the modern world of technology and began using the computer. How I ever managed to handwrite or use a typewriter is now beyond my imagination. My story is based on my maternal grandmother’s life and that of her nine children. I was always fascinated by the stories I heard through the years. Some of the later ones I personally witnessed. I always felt that one day I must write it all down. This book is fiction based on true stories. Names of people and many of the geographic areas have been changed. Dates and events have been moved at the writer’s discretion to make the story more readable. However, the skeleton of the story is very accurate. Many small details are simply from the writer’s imagination, written the way I thought those actual events would have or should have occurred.
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By Bonnie Lil Murphy & Mary Lynn Rose
This autobiography contains the lifetime events and highlights of author and Maine native, Bonnie Lil Murphy. Mrs. Murphy draws from her experiences as a world traveler, as well as a United States Army veteran, graduate of the Baptist College of Florida. Through reading My Magnificent Eagle, most readers will be able to identify with the pain, heartaches, and neglect of an unwanted child then soar to new heights as she has blossomed into a productive adult full of joy, compassion and love for God. Her honesty, kindness and trusting soul abounds as she carries supplies and Bibles to Southern Baptist missionaries around the world, earning the recognition as “the lady who brings us the Bibles.” Join the journey into a child’s life on a Maine farm then soar with her as we travel into adulthood looking back on the world of fear and excitement, wonder, salvation, and love. Since early childhood, the author has had an insatiable identity with the American Bald Eagle and watched in wonderment as the eagles soar freely into the sky. Isaiah 40:31 says, “but they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.”
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By Bonnie Lil Murphy & Mary Lynn Rose
This autobiography contains the lifetime events and highlights of author and Maine native, Bonnie Lil Murphy. Mrs. Murphy draws from her experiences as a world traveler, as well as a United States Army veteran, graduate of the Baptist College of Florida. Through reading My Magnificent Eagle, most readers will be able to identify with the pain, heartaches, and neglect of an unwanted child then soar to new heights as she has blossomed into a productive adult full of joy, compassion and love for God. Her honesty, kindness and trusting soul abounds as she carries supplies and Bibles to Southern Baptist missionaries around the world, earning the recognition as “the lady who brings us the Bibles.” Join the journey into a child’s life on a Maine farm then soar with her as we travel into adulthood looking back on the world of fear and excitement, wonder, salvation, and love. Since early childhood, the author has had an insatiable identity with the American Bald Eagle and watched in wonderment as the eagles soar freely into the sky. Isaiah 40:31 says, “but they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.”
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By Bonnie Lil Murphy & Mary Lynn Rose
This autobiography contains the lifetime events and highlights of author and Maine native, Bonnie Lil Murphy. Mrs. Murphy draws from her experiences as a world traveler, as well as a United States Army veteran, graduate of the Baptist College of Florida. Through reading My Magnificent Eagle, most readers will be able to identify with the pain, heartaches, and neglect of an unwanted child then soar to new heights as she has blossomed into a productive adult full of joy, compassion and love for God. Her honesty, kindness and trusting soul abounds as she carries supplies and Bibles to Southern Baptist missionaries around the world, earning the recognition as “the lady who brings us the Bibles.” Join the journey into a child’s life on a Maine farm then soar with her as we travel into adulthood looking back on the world of fear and excitement, wonder, salvation, and love. Since early childhood, the author has had an insatiable identity with the American Bald Eagle and watched in wonderment as the eagles soar freely into the sky. Isaiah 40:31 says, “but they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.”
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By Barbara Fahrnbauer
Albert Fahrnbauer vows on his Mother’s deathbed that he will dedicate his life to the service of Mankind. He will develop a new scientific system of portraiture through color matched to each personality - a portrait that reveals a blueprint toward a radiant better life. But he has a problem. His portraits are terrible. Nobody wants them. He marries Barbara, a fellow art student, with the understanding she will help him develop his system. They will have no children. He wants her to join him every step of the way, painting only with his scientific mixtures. Unfortunately. Barbara prefers her free-spirited, messy way of painting. Her portraits sell, but she cheats on his system Volume 2 opens when they leave Florida for Atlanta, GA. They buy 14 acres on a hilltop. Albert is thrilled with the view all the way to Atlanta beyond the trees. Barbara is appalled at the crappy old house, no hot water, and a bathroom outside on the porch. They are both city people with romantic ideas. They want to live off the land, milk goats, and grow vegetables. They have no farming experience whatsoever. They make hilarious mistakes, suffer emotional traumas over crops and animals, endure periods of starvation, moments of euphoria, and violent arguments over ways to paint. It is also the time of Civil Rights, the 1950s. Their landlord visits them at Christmas with a K.K. Klan buddy. The preacher, politicians, neighbors and customers oppose any change in the racial customs and treatment of Negro people. Albert confronts them with his humanitarian philosophy. All people have a unique and wonderful radiance of living color, he tells them. His system will prove it - if only Barbara will use it. So goes the story of their different personalities, where each of them came from, and how their backgrounds inspire, damage, and diverge throughout their lives together.
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By Jennifer Colne

A mother's story of how historic child sexual abuse can affect the lives of the victims. It shows the determination of a mother fighting the system and seeking justice. How she loses so much, but through her strength and tenacity, she faces the inevitable.

She supports her children at their time of need. When the trauma was buried deep within their subconscious; behaviour presents itself in an irrational manner. Being naive to this situation and not believing this could happen to her family, she has to learn fast in order to understand self-harm and suicidal thoughts. The people she meets along the way, help show her the path that can lead to a better understanding of why and how things must take their course.

She learned through heartache, how other people's feelings, can be transmitted in a totally different aspect, to the truth. Family and friends find it difficult to believe, others don't wish to be involved. At times the subject is taboo and it also shows the stigma towards mental health.

This book is written to help others, recognise when a young victim conceals the emotional pain and the conscious mind of the adult, is terrifi ed of acknowledging the abuse.


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By Jennifer Colne

A mother's story of how historic child sexual abuse can affect the lives of the victims. It shows the determination of a mother fighting the system and seeking justice. How she loses so much, but through her strength and tenacity, she faces the inevitable.

She supports her children at their time of need. When the trauma was buried deep within their subconscious; behaviour presents itself in an irrational manner. Being naive to this situation and not believing this could happen to her family, she has to learn fast in order to understand self-harm and suicidal thoughts. The people she meets along the way, help show her the path that can lead to a better understanding of why and how things must take their course.

She learned through heartache, how other people's feelings, can be transmitted in a totally different aspect, to the truth. Family and friends find it difficult to believe, others don't wish to be involved. At times the subject is taboo and it also shows the stigma towards mental health.

This book is written to help others, recognise when a young victim conceals the emotional pain and the conscious mind of the adult, is terrifi ed of acknowledging the abuse.


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