Kathryn Magnolia Johnson tells her story, a colored woman born during the Jim Crow Era, yet courageous in her quest for racial justice, academic and social equality. Kathryn helps us experience the Argenta Race Riot of 1906, WWI France in 1918, and her activism for literacy selling her Two Foot Shelf of Negro Literature. Find out more at https://amzn.to/2vnNGAa Non-fiction, memoir, history
Fall in love with India and the bustling city of Mumbai in Ajay Kaul’s book of short stories, Mumbai Matinee, truth-based fiction that acts as both memoir and travelogue. Mumbai Matinee portrays the veritable feast of the commerce, people, and danger which make up India’s most populous city and financial capital. Filled with eight interconnected short stories based on Kaul’s life and work there, this charming book is a terrific pleasure read and highly recommended if you plan to visit.
Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/ajaykaulwriter romance, thriller
The Cancer Effect is the inspiring true story of one woman’s journey with cancer, written to provide hope and healing for patients, survivors, and those who love them. Moving, enlightening, uplifting, and honest. Learn more about this powerful memoir at www.claudiabretzing.com Non-fiction/self help
Embark on John E. Quinlan’s remarkable journey from the halls of high finance through back roads and mountain passes on his Harley and then on to the rainforest of Papua New Guinea, where he and his wife Fiona, start an organic coffee community venture with over 2,500 tribal farmers.
Fraught with intrigue, danger, humor and the power of love, John Quinlan’s book is both a philosophical look at his inner man, and a page-turning adventure as they are shot at, participate in a tribal ritual to wipe a curse from their village, and fall at the hands of betrayal, sabotage, and even attempted murder.
Find out more at http://www.taubada.com/ Self Help, non fiction
Academy Award winning film producer Jonathan Sanger has once again given us a provocative tale that reaches audiences at the core of their heart, only this time his medium is print instead of film. His book “Making the Elephant Man: A Producer’s Memoir” gives us an insider’s look at the creation of one of the first ever indie films and a box-office smash, as well as a peek into the early careers of movie greats David Lynch, Mel Brooks and Anthony Hopkins. Find out more at http://www.jonathansangerproductions.com/ non-fiction, memoir
Joshua Melville, son of radical political activist and Attica uprising leader, Sam Melville, works to share personal experience, 25 years of investigative research and documents the government fought to keep hidden. Find out about his endeavors to make his story known at http://igg.me/at/AmericanTimebomb and contact Josh for an interview at MojoMelville@outlook.com Political, memoir
Official trailer for "The Journey Home" a memoir by Patrice M. Foster. A story of strength, courage and determination, Patrice M Foster’s moving journey from poverty, neglect and abuse is a tribute to the human spirit.
Visit http://patricemfoster.com to purchase the book or for more information. Coming soon to Amazon.com.
Video production by Castelane in association with Readers' Favorite.
This candid, autobiographical book tells of Jay’s journey to find his identity and his own version of “happy” in early adulthood through self-destructive means like alcohol, a myriad of drugs, and other risky behavior, and how he pulled himself back from the edge of the abyss, finding the courage to live a life of clarity and purpose after discovering what true, lasting happiness in life is all about. Find out more at -http://www.amazon.com/Jerome-Jay-Isip/e/B00PB2P6SS/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_1 Biography, Memoir, Self-Help
Your current level of success is the product of every choice you’ve ever made. I’ve provided a practical guide designed to help you make the choices that lead most directly to greater success and happiness. A series of real-life scenarios illustrate the practical application of the principles behind these choices. Find out more at http://bit.ly/1LaTw7a #LifesEssentialPrimer Self-Help/Non-Fiction
Hero’s Reward is a moving memoir through one man’s life changing moment in time that will leave readers everywhere feeling a little closer to their fellow man. Hero’s Reward: That Hero Bus Driver Story by Mr. Rodney M. Plummer. Non fiction memoir. Find our more at http://bit.ly/HeroBusDriverStory. Non fiction, memoir
Sick of deeply personal accounts written in the first person? Seeking an exciting, interactive read that puts the “u” back in “aUtobiography”? Then look no further than Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography! In this revolutionary, Joycean experiment in light celebrity narrative, actor/personality/carbon-based-life-form Neil Patrick Harris lets you, the reader, live his life. NEIL PATRICK HARRIS
CHOOSE YOUR OWN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
www.nphbook.com Humor, entertainment, biography, memoir, comedy
Psychologist Rachel Pruchno’s fiercely candid memoir describes how mental illness twice attacked her family. As a child, her mother’s depression and mania terrified her. As a parent, she feared her adopted daughter would follow a similar path. Unraveling the mysteries surrounding her mother’s and daughter’s illnesses, the author discovers how to mitigate the destructive effects of mental illness on families. Find out more at www.SurroundedByMadness.net Surrounded by Madness by Rachel Pruchno, PhD Non-fiction/mental health