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Biography & Autobiography - Personal Memoirs
 
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By Fe Michelle
If Mama’s Walls Could Talk is an inspiring memoir by the author as she endures and ultimately overcomes periods of misery and misfortune. Fe Michelle reflects on her life—including her battle with two debilitating diseases and three husbands—and recalls conversations that took place in her mother’s bedroom. Travel with her through riveting accounts of intensity, infidelity, abandonment, and addiction. Hear these secrets unfold the way Mama’s walls would tell them—if Mama’s walls could talk.
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By Umbrella Rain Bryony
This true story is about an exceptionally long-suffering woman who had a dark cloud over her life for almost four decades. Through this time, she continued to stay positive and find the brighter side of things. One day, that dark cloud became more than she could bear, and she made plans to commit suicide. Just before she was about to kill herself, she heard the music of a legendary singer and musician who changed her entire life and helped to guide her on the spiritual path that made her who she is today. Ever since, she has practiced music therapy using the songs of Elton John. Through music therapy, her true essence began to come out, and she started writing lyrics and books and playing musical instruments. It’s as if she and this musician had some sort of mysterious spiritual connection. This was when that tormenting dark cloud finally ended, and she began to experience good luck, dreams coming true, and amazing miracles. It’s as if this musician was her guardian angel. Her mysterious twist of fate turned out to be the biggest blessing in disguise she or anyone else could have ever seen coming. Everything truly does happen for a reason. All of the songs mentioned in this book can be found at this website: http://www.reverbnation.com/umbrellarainbryony. Feel free to stream, download, share, or leave a comment. I look forward to reading what you think of them. One hundred percent of all proceeds for the sale of my books will go to support charities for the blind, deaf, impaired or disabled, orphans, and senior citizens. The proceeds will also go to support causes such as abuse, adoption, child fostering, orphans, AIDS and HIV, bullying, family and parent support, LGBT community support, homelessness, human rights, peace, poverty, and rape / sexual abuse.
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By Sharis L. Pitt Goines

Married to the Right Man at the Wrong Time provides a glance at the emotional journey laid out before the author during a particular season of her life. She experienced shattered dreams and broken promises after entering into holy matrimony with a man called by God. The book takes you on a brief journey through the author’s emotional and mental anguish during her husband’s bout with grief and his unresolved issues with guilt after he lost his previous wife of thirty-eight years. The book discusses how God designed and initiated this devastating life experience for his purpose while shaping the author’s destiny.


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By Flynt Rock
Based on loose events, the story of Hooked follows one man journey’s throughout the world, exploring one of life’s oldest professions-prostitution. People from all around often fantasize about what it would be like to spend time with a prostitute. Now here it is, the questions that people have had for years are answered. From the first time till the last, discover all the secrets of the world of prostitution as the stories are told and shared with the world. Visiting everywhere from home sweet home to foreign exotic lands, the journey takes you around the world and the crazy antics that come along with it. Hooked will be sure to keep you interested as you feel every emotion from laughter to sadness and everything else in between. Hooked is sure to find itself as one of your favorite books.
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By Sharis L. Pitt Goines

Married to the Right Man at the Wrong Time provides a glance at the emotional journey laid out before the author during a particular season of her life. She experienced shattered dreams and broken promises after entering into holy matrimony with a man called by God. The book takes you on a brief journey through the author’s emotional and mental anguish during her husband’s bout with grief and his unresolved issues with guilt after he lost his previous wife of thirty-eight years. The book discusses how God designed and initiated this devastating life experience for his purpose while shaping the author’s destiny.


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By Flynt Rock
Based on loose events, the story of Hooked follows one man journey’s throughout the world, exploring one of life’s oldest professions-prostitution. People from all around often fantasize about what it would be like to spend time with a prostitute. Now here it is, the questions that people have had for years are answered. From the first time till the last, discover all the secrets of the world of prostitution as the stories are told and shared with the world. Visiting everywhere from home sweet home to foreign exotic lands, the journey takes you around the world and the crazy antics that come along with it. Hooked will be sure to keep you interested as you feel every emotion from laughter to sadness and everything else in between. Hooked is sure to find itself as one of your favorite books.
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By Bruce K. Byers
In January 1950 young Harry Forth, his brother, and his father experience a sudden blizzard on a mesa outside Albuquerque, New Mexico that leaves a deep impression that will affect him for decades to come—the fear of being left behind, the danger of the blinding snowstorm, and the providence of their surprising rescue. In 1960 Harry, now a junior in high school struggles to fit in. He is attracted to several girls but too shy to ask them out. Instead, he concentrates on responsibilities at home, in school, at his church, and at after-school jobs while he really longs for greater independence. He reaches a turning point when his French teacher persuades him to apply for a summer student exchange program that might enable him to travel to France. Still struggling to improve his academic performance, he applies and builds his hopes on acceptance. Eventually a host family in Germany rather than France welcomes him. Harry buys a transcontinental bus ticket to Montreal and sets out on a great adventure. He boards a ship with hundreds of other young Americans headed to host families in Europe. During his odyssey across the United States he talks with several interesting strangers. In discussions with them and with students onboard the ship he realizes he is on a much grander journey to see a more interesting world than he had ever imagined. Along the way he becomes more aware and sure of his feelings towards strangers and some of the young women he encounters in school and during his voyage to Europe. He anticipates that the summer will be a turning point in his life. This fictionalized autobiography tells the story of a young man setting out to meet challenges and opportunities that the world offers him in a way that will change him forever.
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By Nicholas Rety
This is a boy’s firsthand account of the Second World War siege of Budapest and the trials of its aftermath, transitioning to an English private school and tough days in London on the way to medical school. Emerging as a urological surgeon, the journey continues to far-flung places, always keeping the human focus. A life lived to the full, it finds the author taking up flying at age fifty-six, something to rekindle the flying daydreams of the armchair pilot.
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By Umbrella Rain Bryony
This true story is about an exceptionally long-suffering woman who had a dark cloud over her life for almost four decades. Through this time, she continued to stay positive and find the brighter side of things. One day, that dark cloud became more than she could bear, and she made plans to commit suicide. Just before she was about to kill herself, she heard the music of a legendary singer and musician who changed her entire life and helped to guide her on the spiritual path that made her who she is today. Ever since, she has practiced music therapy using the songs of Elton John. Through music therapy, her true essence began to come out, and she started writing lyrics and books and playing musical instruments. It’s as if she and this musician had some sort of mysterious spiritual connection. This was when that tormenting dark cloud finally ended, and she began to experience good luck, dreams coming true, and amazing miracles. It’s as if this musician was her guardian angel. Her mysterious twist of fate turned out to be the biggest blessing in disguise she or anyone else could have ever seen coming. Everything truly does happen for a reason. All of the songs mentioned in this book can be found at this website: http://www.reverbnation.com/umbrellarainbryony. Feel free to stream, download, share, or leave a comment. I look forward to reading what you think of them. One hundred percent of all proceeds for the sale of my books will go to support charities for the blind, deaf, impaired or disabled, orphans, and senior citizens. The proceeds will also go to support causes such as abuse, adoption, child fostering, orphans, AIDS and HIV, bullying, family and parent support, LGBT community support, homelessness, human rights, peace, poverty, and rape / sexual abuse.
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By Nicholas Rety
This is a boy’s firsthand account of the Second World War siege of Budapest and the trials of its aftermath, transitioning to an English private school and tough days in London on the way to medical school. Emerging as a urological surgeon, the journey continues to far-flung places, always keeping the human focus. A life lived to the full, it finds the author taking up flying at age fifty-six, something to rekindle the flying daydreams of the armchair pilot.
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By T.J. Paul

Imagine being just a teen and sentenced to forty years in prison for a crime you never masterminded.,/p>

Imagine eating Class D meat!

Imagine someone putting glass in your food!

Imagine meeting a half-Japanese ninja master that would teach you the skills to survive 144 fights in prison.

Survive against rapists, child molesters, gangs, thieves, predators, and murderers.,

Meet T. J. Paul, who founded prison karate and after breaking the chains of hell, would become the most controversial martial artist figure ever besides Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris when he became the Red Spider Ninja, which led him to fame.


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By Leona Koehn Nichols
Leona Koehn Nichols was born into a loving Holdeman Mennonite family and grew up within the Mennonite community, being very much a part of this ultraconservative culture. Her parents were devout and committed to their church but were also balanced in their views of what it meant to follow Jesus. Raised in a family of five, with an older and younger brother, Leona enjoyed a happy childhood in rural California. Her father was a respected leader in the church and also in the community. Her mother enjoyed life and had visitors in the home frequently. She loved reading and read often to her children, both Bible story books and children’s classics. Having been baptized into the church at age ten, Leona fully expected to spend her life as a faithful member of the Church of God in Christ (Mennonite). She married a minister’s son, and they began a family. However, as their six children got older and decisions regarding what they would or would not be allowed to do began to immerge, so did the questions. Desiring to have biblical reasons behind their beliefs and decisions caused them to search the scriptures, looking for answers. This was met with concern. Being part of a church culture that emphasized unity in all things, including clothing and grooming styles; it was expected that their family would conform without question. When Leona and her husband met Jesus in a very loving and unexpected way in their own living room, it was soon obvious they would need to make a choice. Who would take first place in their hearts? Jesus, the Savior of their souls, or the church of their fathers? After months of trying to find a solution to conflicting views, their church fellowship was severed through the ordinance of excommunication. Now they would learn to trust in Jesus alone as the foundation they could build their lives on. Follow their story as they moved from legalism to grace.
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By T.J. Paul

Imagine being just a teen and sentenced to forty years in prison for a crime you never masterminded.,/p>

Imagine eating Class D meat!

Imagine someone putting glass in your food!

Imagine meeting a half-Japanese ninja master that would teach you the skills to survive 144 fights in prison.

Survive against rapists, child molesters, gangs, thieves, predators, and murderers.,

Meet T. J. Paul, who founded prison karate and after breaking the chains of hell, would become the most controversial martial artist figure ever besides Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris when he became the Red Spider Ninja, which led him to fame.


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By Leona Koehn Nichols
Leona Koehn Nichols was born into a loving Holdeman Mennonite family and grew up within the Mennonite community, being very much a part of this ultraconservative culture. Her parents were devout and committed to their church but were also balanced in their views of what it meant to follow Jesus. Raised in a family of five, with an older and younger brother, Leona enjoyed a happy childhood in rural California. Her father was a respected leader in the church and also in the community. Her mother enjoyed life and had visitors in the home frequently. She loved reading and read often to her children, both Bible story books and children’s classics. Having been baptized into the church at age ten, Leona fully expected to spend her life as a faithful member of the Church of God in Christ (Mennonite). She married a minister’s son, and they began a family. However, as their six children got older and decisions regarding what they would or would not be allowed to do began to immerge, so did the questions. Desiring to have biblical reasons behind their beliefs and decisions caused them to search the scriptures, looking for answers. This was met with concern. Being part of a church culture that emphasized unity in all things, including clothing and grooming styles; it was expected that their family would conform without question. When Leona and her husband met Jesus in a very loving and unexpected way in their own living room, it was soon obvious they would need to make a choice. Who would take first place in their hearts? Jesus, the Savior of their souls, or the church of their fathers? After months of trying to find a solution to conflicting views, their church fellowship was severed through the ordinance of excommunication. Now they would learn to trust in Jesus alone as the foundation they could build their lives on. Follow their story as they moved from legalism to grace.
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By Leona Koehn Nichols
Leona Koehn Nichols was born into a loving Holdeman Mennonite family and grew up within the Mennonite community, being very much a part of this ultraconservative culture. Her parents were devout and committed to their church but were also balanced in their views of what it meant to follow Jesus. Raised in a family of five, with an older and younger brother, Leona enjoyed a happy childhood in rural California. Her father was a respected leader in the church and also in the community. Her mother enjoyed life and had visitors in the home frequently. She loved reading and read often to her children, both Bible story books and children’s classics. Having been baptized into the church at age ten, Leona fully expected to spend her life as a faithful member of the Church of God in Christ (Mennonite). She married a minister’s son, and they began a family. However, as their six children got older and decisions regarding what they would or would not be allowed to do began to immerge, so did the questions. Desiring to have biblical reasons behind their beliefs and decisions caused them to search the scriptures, looking for answers. This was met with concern. Being part of a church culture that emphasized unity in all things, including clothing and grooming styles; it was expected that their family would conform without question. When Leona and her husband met Jesus in a very loving and unexpected way in their own living room, it was soon obvious they would need to make a choice. Who would take first place in their hearts? Jesus, the Savior of their souls, or the church of their fathers? After months of trying to find a solution to conflicting views, their church fellowship was severed through the ordinance of excommunication. Now they would learn to trust in Jesus alone as the foundation they could build their lives on. Follow their story as they moved from legalism to grace.
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