Why Didn’t I Notice Her Before?

A page-turning debut that should not go unnoticed. A memoir that recounts the cancer journey of a wife and mother reveals the universal truth that appreciating life is complicated. In August 2017, Cramer was told that she had stage 4 ovarian cancer. During a routine medical appointment, a nurse practitioner examined a bump on the author’s pelvis and quickly handed her a slip to get an urgent CT scan, as though it were a baton in a “relay race.” She was later told that she had ... [Read More...]

Free: Diary of a Hoarder’s Daughter

With an estimated 2-5% of the population having some form of hoarding problem, have you ever wondered what it is like to have to live in a home filled with stuff? Having being brought up in a house with junk filling every room, Izzy has to return to her childhood home, twenty years after she left, to sort out the mess. Read her true story in this funny yet poignant memoir. ... [Read More...]

Bury Him: A Memoir of the Viet Nam War

In this frank, engaging memoir, Capt. Chamberlain (USMC, Retired) recounts the chilling events that took place during his command of a company of young Marines at the height of the Vietnam war. Chamberlain painfully recalls the unspeakable order he and his Marines were forced to obey; and the cover-up which followed. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Killer’s Bible (True Crime)

“Did I really do all of it? Yes, I did. All of it. But there’s no telling. Not straight up. I’d get thirty-to-life.” The real-life diary of ‘Calvin Loch’, a New York lawyer who takes the law into his own hands and murders a man with good reason. This true-crime memoir catalogues the events that push an attorney to the edge. From office politics to shady dealings, from being love-struck to killing ‘justly’, this first-hand account is a chilling exposé of how a white-coll... [Read More...]

Free: Confessions of a Call Centre Worker

Have you ever worked in a call centre or spared a thought for those incarcerated within? Speaking to the general public all day can be challenging, funny, stressful and so much, more. Read one worker’s hilarious true account of her life during many years spent working in call centres and some of the customers she has dealt with. ... [Read More...]

Free: Rachel Richards

In this painfully moving memoir, take a firsthand look at anorexia through the eyes of a young girl. Even in kindergarten, Rachel Richards knows something isn’t right. By leading us through her distorted thoughts, she shines a light on the experience and mystery of mental illness. As she grows up, unable to comprehend or communicate her inner trauma, Rachel lashes out, hurting herself, running away from home, and fighting her family. Restricting food gives her the control she craves. But ... [Read More...]

Who Will Hold Me?: A Single Mother’s Memoir of Self-Love, Empowerment and Freedom

Her marriage had to end. She’ll use the last of her strength to dig herself out of the struggle and hold her child… Sophie did everything she could to hold her family together. Married to an alcoholic, she blamed her husband for the overwhelming pressure she felt and her young daughter’s unstable and confusing childhood. Until a fateful spiritual retreat rearranged her perspective and kick-started her journey to transform her life. Finding the courage to initiate the divorce, she took the... [Read More...]

Free: Olga – A Daughter’s Tale

Fascinating family saga about an inspirational personal life, which has an epic feel about it from Jamaica to England amidst World War II. Olga – A Daughter’s Tale is based on a true story about cruelty, revenge and jealousy inflicted on an innocent young woman and about her moral courage, dignity, resilience and, in particular, love. It is the story of a remarkable woman who, because of circumstances, made a choice, which resulted in her losing contact with her beloved family in Jamaic... [Read More...]