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Biography & Autobiography - Personal Memoirs
 
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By Neil McKee
When I was a kid in the late 1950s, while I was a student at Paoli Elementary School, I read the famous children’s book that talks about the Kid from Leftfield. Also around that time, I always said to myself, “What is it going to be like in the year 2000? I’ll be fifty years old!” I couldn’t comprehend being that old; the thought of it scared me, and I’d probably be in a wheelchair or something worse. I bet a lot of people my age thought the same thing. This is the story of what that kid did when he reached the age of fifty.
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By Phillip van Eeden
Footsteps is a tribute to the life and character of an extraordinary friend who lived his life with a smile on his face.
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By Jacqueline Clay Chester
Can you imagine one day being on an airplane, flying from your hometown in the USA to the city of Moscow in the Soviet Union? Well, it's not a story you hear very often but it happened to an African-American college student from Brooklyn, New York - with extended family in the deep south - who traveled to Moscow, Russia during the Cold War to “rip the runway!” Atlanta-based author and playwright Jacqueline Clay Chester, spent seven weeks in Russia as a runway model for the American National Exhibition in Moscow. The twice daily fashion shows were a major attraction offering thousands of Russians a glimpse of life in the United States. How did Jacqueline's life experiences prepare her for this awesome adventure? What reaction did her family have to such a journey? As an African American would she find acceptance? Did Russia have a double standard when dealing with issues of race? If English was not spoken and Russian was not understood, what common thread united the two cultures? Black Girl in Moscow, A Memoir by Jacqueline Clay Chester, speaks about her experiences as a visitor to Russia during one of the most volatile times in history and like opening the Matrovskia dolls, the memories unfold one after the other!
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By S.D. Michael

In the blink of an eye, a person’s entire existence can change forever. At eighteen, Samantha Michael learned this in the most challenging way imaginable, when she was in a severe car crash at the hands of an impaired driver. After being rescued from the accident, Samantha was comatose and barely alive. Later, as she emerged from her coma, she would come to discover that terrifying moment was not the end but the beginning—the beginning of a lifetime of challenges and changes, tribulations and triumphs.

With wisdom, grace and humour, Samantha recounts the aftermath of her injury and her personal, medical and emotional struggles to win back the happiness which was taken from her. She describes the impact on her family and friends, the lasting physical trauma with which she had to struggle, the pain of deferred dreams and the joy of eventually reclaiming her life and self, piece by piece, day by day. The Beauty of My Shadow will pluck a range of emotional chords as the reader experiences the euphoria, hope, doubt, fear, love and other feelings Samantha herself lived through in the days since her life was forever altered.

Written candidly and from the heart, Samantha’s story gives hope to those who have suffered similar trauma, as well as those who are simply wrestling with the ordinary challenges of daily life. Her memoir serves as a powerful reminder of the strength and versatility of the human spirit—that while adversity derails our path in life, undefeatable perseverance often helps us discover another route to take. A percentage of author royalties from the sale of this book are donated to charity. See book for details. Donated royalties are net of commissions.


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By Phillip van Eeden
Footsteps is a tribute to the life and character of an extraordinary friend who lived his life with a smile on his face.
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By Kate DeVault

No matter what people may go through in life, God is looking out for us. We need to live with that assurance, as I tried very hard to do during many troubled years. It was staying close to my church and in my prayers to my Heavenly Father that allowed me to stay positive and bring the love of God into my family and those around me. It is my hope that this book will help others when they face life’s challenges and difficulties so that they may also feel the presence of our Heavenly Father in their lives.


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By Kate DeVault

No matter what people may go through in life, God is looking out for us. We need to live with that assurance, as I tried very hard to do during many troubled years. It was staying close to my church and in my prayers to my Heavenly Father that allowed me to stay positive and bring the love of God into my family and those around me. It is my hope that this book will help others when they face life’s challenges and difficulties so that they may also feel the presence of our Heavenly Father in their lives.


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By Kate DeVault

No matter what people may go through in life, God is looking out for us. We need to live with that assurance, as I tried very hard to do during many troubled years. It was staying close to my church and in my prayers to my Heavenly Father that allowed me to stay positive and bring the love of God into my family and those around me. It is my hope that this book will help others when they face life’s challenges and difficulties so that they may also feel the presence of our Heavenly Father in their lives.


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By Dr. Irvin Lloyd Francis
“Facing The Challenges of Life” entails the challenges encountered by a man born in the countryside of Jamaica who was brought up by his grandparents. He lost his grandfather at the age of seventeen. His grandmother had no income, so he worked to support his grandmother and himself while studying for the third Jamaican local examination. After the death of his grandmother, he migrated to the USA with his family where he faced many challenges, which he overcame, and continued to pursue his studies. He attended college and university and obtained his AA, BS, and PhD. After returning from the Department of Health, he returned to his homeland where he embarked on writing this autobiography. He had written several songs while in the USA which have been copyrighted but have not been published yet.
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By May A. Rihani

I have never met anyone who so adeptly mixes academics, philosophy, technical know-how, advocacy, and common sense like May Rihani. I have watched with awe as she has applied her unique set of skills and made a difference in the lives of women and girls around the world.

 

Stephanie Funk, USAID Mission Director, Zimbabwe

 

 

May Rihani’s book is proof of the emptiness of three stereotypes: she challenges the idea that Arab women are submissive, that there are no democracies in the Middle East, and the notion of a “clash of civilizations.” Her life demonstrates global leadership by a Lebanese Arab woman, and her memoir describes a golden age in Lebanon when democracy and freedom of expression were taken for granted. Perhaps most importantly, Cultures Without Borders finds the common ground among cultures despite apparent differences. This is an eyewitness account of the rich and profound goodness in humanity.

 

H.E. Amine Gemayel, former President of Lebanon

 

 

Weaving between poetry and politics; evoking the intimacy of family and the openness of public service; at once struggling for local girls’ education/poverty alleviation and negotiating with World Bank and UN officers; laboring every day for economic development for women and yet running high romance with Romeo lovers; conversing equally with illiterate village friends and global leaders – May Rihani invites us into a Lebanese and American garden throbbing with its unfolding mystery; enchanted by fragrances of East, West and South; and exhilarated by the empowering possibility of a life lived fully every moment and yet always with an eye to the possibilities ahead.  She humbles, she empowers, she inspires.

 

Suad Joseph, Distinguished Research Professor, University of California, Davis

 

 

Cultures Without Borders contains important lessons for all those who aspire to live as productive global citizens in the twenty-first century. On the macro level, May Rihani’s book demonstrates the falsity of the “clash of civilizations” theory that posits inevitable conflict between peoples of differing cultures. Instead, through personal anecdotes and authoritative evidence drawn from real-world experiences, she demonstrates the universality of the impulse to transcend frontiers of the mind and connect peacefully with “the other” through education and dialogue.

 

Suheil Bushrui, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland


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By Martin Soloway
Carbidopa/Levodopa, Carbidopa/Levodopa ER, Amantadine, Stalevo, Tasmar, Pramipexole, Pergolide, Selegine, Benztriptiline, Trihexyphenidyl, Melatonin, Zemplar, Zoloft, Lipitor, Seroquel, Insulin, Glyburide, Metformin,Oxybutynin, Myrbetriq, Renvela,Macrobid, Furosemide, Lexapro, Prolea Martin Soloway graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1955 with a BS in pharmacy. He has had an extensive career in his chosen field. He owned several pharmacies, established a retail pharmacy in a community hospital, and was COO of the Connecticut branch of Omnicare, one of the largest long-term providers of pharmacy services to nursing homes in United States. He won a national writing contest and was on the cover of the trade journal Drug Topics. Marty has been married to his college sweetheart, Sondra, for fifty-eight years and has two children and four grandchildren. He has lived been in Orange, Connecticut, for fifty years. He has written two other books about the pharmacy business.
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By Angelica Rose
It all started when I was about fifteen years old. I was playing for the Amateur Softball Association, or Junior Olympic Softball. I was a standout pitcher, throwing the ball about sixty-five miles an hour. I loved softball; it was my sport, and it was my passion. But something was taking over my body, my brain, and my soul. I wasn’t in control anymore. I used to throw no-hitters, strike batters out, and be proud of myself. But a switch went off in my brain. I was hearing voices; they were telling me to do certain things. I was paranoid, and it affected my pitching. My dad could no longer sit anywhere near where I was pitching because I could see his eyeballs. Those eyeballs were following me and distracting me, so he had to sit behind the outfield fence. I could hear what the batters were thinking, and I could hear what everyone in the stands where thinking. It ruined my career. The sad part about it was that nobody helped me. How could they have helped me? I never told anybody because I was so afraid. Was this normal? I sometimes think it started even earlier, maybe even as young as six years old. The voices and paranoia were so intense; sometimes I just wanted to end my life. Why did my parents not notice this? Why didn’t anybody notice this? I kept it all to myself and dealt with it myself.
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By Susan Savion
Though Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are well-known historical names, that of Matilda Joslyn Gage usually evokes the response, "Who?" Yet, this amazing woman contributed equally for many years as part of a triumvirate with Anthony and Stanton. Matilda was involved in the women’s movement from 1852 until her death in 1898. She became a noted speaker and writer on woman's suffrage. She was born in upstate New York to an abolitionist family. Indeed, her childhood home and her later Greek Revival home (now a museum dedicated to her) in Fayetteville, New York were both stops on the Underground Railroad. She was best known for her feminist and suffragist activities, but she was “written out of history” for many years, because she was considered by her peers to be too radical in all she proposed to accomplish. Inspired by the Haudenosaunee women who were her neighbors and who adopted her into their wolf clan, she was determined to gain the rights of property ownership, governance and equality of power for her 19th century sisterhood. She fought for the rights of Native Americans and enslaved persons and anyone else impacted by government control. She championed women inventors and was the inspiration behind her son-in-law L. Frank Baum's 14 Oz books. She had a life-long desire for justice and equality for all and was connected to the ideas of Theosophy. This moved her to take on the inequality of women in religious institutions. Along with Stanton, Gage published The Woman’s Bible. Her book, Women, Church and State was judged as "going too far" by many. You will find her immensely quotable!
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By Martin Soloway
Carbidopa/Levodopa, Carbidopa/Levodopa ER, Amantadine, Stalevo, Tasmar, Pramipexole, Pergolide, Selegine, Benztriptiline, Trihexyphenidyl, Melatonin, Zemplar, Zoloft, Lipitor, Seroquel, Insulin, Glyburide, Metformin,Oxybutynin, Myrbetriq, Renvela,Macrobid, Furosemide, Lexapro, Prolea Martin Soloway graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1955 with a BS in pharmacy. He has had an extensive career in his chosen field. He owned several pharmacies, established a retail pharmacy in a community hospital, and was COO of the Connecticut branch of Omnicare, one of the largest long-term providers of pharmacy services to nursing homes in United States. He won a national writing contest and was on the cover of the trade journal Drug Topics. Marty has been married to his college sweetheart, Sondra, for fifty-eight years and has two children and four grandchildren. He has lived been in Orange, Connecticut, for fifty years. He has written two other books about the pharmacy business.
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By Angelica Rose
It all started when I was about fifteen years old. I was playing for the Amateur Softball Association, or Junior Olympic Softball. I was a standout pitcher, throwing the ball about sixty-five miles an hour. I loved softball; it was my sport, and it was my passion. But something was taking over my body, my brain, and my soul. I wasn’t in control anymore. I used to throw no-hitters, strike batters out, and be proud of myself. But a switch went off in my brain. I was hearing voices; they were telling me to do certain things. I was paranoid, and it affected my pitching. My dad could no longer sit anywhere near where I was pitching because I could see his eyeballs. Those eyeballs were following me and distracting me, so he had to sit behind the outfield fence. I could hear what the batters were thinking, and I could hear what everyone in the stands where thinking. It ruined my career. The sad part about it was that nobody helped me. How could they have helped me? I never told anybody because I was so afraid. Was this normal? I sometimes think it started even earlier, maybe even as young as six years old. The voices and paranoia were so intense; sometimes I just wanted to end my life. Why did my parents not notice this? Why didn’t anybody notice this? I kept it all to myself and dealt with it myself.
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