Title: Aid From Above Author: Kurtis Bell Genre: Memoir In Aid From Above, Kurtis Bell shares several stories of his experience as a flight nurse working on a medical helicopter. Covering a wide array of experiences, from traumas to joking around with his coworkers, this is a clear-cut, honest account of what it’s… Read More Aid From Above – Editorial Review
Title: On a Cold Day in Hell Author: Stephen Parkes Genre: Non-fiction / Memoir / Legal Thriller On a Cold Day in Hell opens with Parkes committing a crime for which he is arrested and sent to jail. The majority of this book takes place there with Parkes awaiting sentencing and the impending… Read More On a Cold Day in Hell – Editorial Review
Title: Kim’s Memoir Author: Young-Koo Kim Genre: Memoir / Korean History Kim’s Memoir is the passionately told story of a prominent Korean jurist, naval officer, professor, and scholar of international law who spent his life serving South Korea, in particular doing legal work to ensure the security of the country’s Northern Limit Line.… Read More Kim’s Memoir – Editorial Review
Title: Waking Up Human: A Survivor’s Guide Author: Susan Aranda Genre: Memoir / Self-Help In Susan Aranda’s memoir, Waking Up Human, Aranda revisits her life experiences involving childhood trauma, heartbreak, motherhood, and aging parents. From being raised by an abusive mother, to going through two abusive marriages, to taking care of her dying father, this story of a strong woman who… Read More Waking Up Human: A Survivor’s Guide – Editorial Review
Title: Return to the Light Within: How I Woke Up, Rediscovered Who I Am, and Found Happiness. Author: Dmitria Burby Genre: Memoir In Return to the Light Within, Dmitria Burby shares with the reader her personal journey of self-awakening and reconnection to her inner light and spirit.
Title: From Matzah Balls to Communion Wafers: How a Not-So Kosher Jewish Girl Fell in Love with Jesus Author: Gail Baker Genre: Spiritual Memoir This book comprises the episodic real-life recollections of a daughter, wife, and mother as she journeys through her liberal Jewish upbringing and subsequent spiritual struggles following her son’s bouts with depression and… Read More From Matzah Balls to Communion Wafers – Editorial Review
Title: Thorns of Chester Street Author: Shawn Alex Nemeth Genre: Memoir At seven years old, Shawn Nemeth walks into the little, white church in his hometown all alone, desperately yearning for the love so lacking at home and finding it in a relationship with God. From a very young age, he’s known that he’s gay, which… Read More Thorns of Chester Street – Editorial Review
Title: Ollie Ollie In Come Free Author: Anne Bernard Becker Genre: Memoir Ollie Ollie In Come Free is the product of an author’s lifelong struggle to deal with and process the traumatic events of her childhood, and to analyze the repercussions that it inevitably had on her as an adult. This memoir is a moving, emotional, and intimately personal tale of a family who had experienced more than its fair… Read More Editorial Review – Ollie Ollie in Come Free
Title: Nowhere Else I Want to Be Author: Carol D. Marsh Genre: Nonfiction memoir Carol Marsh has no idea what to expect when she founds Miriam’s House, a care home for homeless women living with AIDS in Washington, D.C. Growing up in a stable, loving family, she always felt a passion for helping… Read More Editorial Review – Nowhere Else I Want to Be
Author: Khawaja Azimuddin Title: The Boy Refugee: A Memoir from a Long-Forgotten War Genre: Memoir / History This personal and detailed account of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 effectively balances memoir and remembered history with details the author gathered from speaking with others who experienced the same events from a different perspective.