Biography and Memoir

Jeff Buckley: From Hallelujah to the Last Goodbye

Publication Date: 05/29/2018

For the first time since Jeff Buckley’s untimely death on May 29, 1997, his manager Dave Lory reveals what it was like to work with one of rock’s most celebrated and influential artists. Go on the road and behind the scenes with Jeff, from the release of his debut EP…

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If You’re Gonna Be Dumb, You Better Be Tough: Lessons from My Life with Bulls, Protesters, and Politicians

Publication Date: 05/29/2018

The oldest of three brothers who were raised by a single mother, Mike Broomhead got his first job by the time he was twelve. On his own by sixteen, he eventually earned his GED and, with dreams of being a cowboy, he moved to Arizona to become a bull rider.…

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Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations

Publication Date: 05/15/2018

I am Barbara from Harlem and my God, my Country, and my Conscience are my guides. I was a liberal by default. I asked no questions. I had no answers. I just pulled the lever to vote for Democrats as was expected of me. Most of my fellow Black Americans…

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Dementia Sucks: A Caregiver’s Journey – With Lessons Learned

Publication Date: 05/15/2018

The surprising true story of one woman’s journey through the nightmare of losing both parents to dementia, as she learns that a sense of humor is mandatory for survival. “Not buying it, huh?” My mother acknowledged her assertion that the woman she pointed out at the rehab center as being…

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SIERRA TWO: A Navy SEAL’s Odyssey in War and Peace

Publication Date: 05/15/2018

…a large wave buries the bow of Seamaster and I am exhaling bubbles into the ocean as I try to call for help. And then I am hit with a distinct sensation—I can no longer breathe… This and other incredible adventures are shared in SIERRA TWO, the true story of one man’s literal and…

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You Bet Your Life: How I Survived Jim Crow Racism, Hurricane Chasing, and Gambling

Publication Date: 05/08/2018

Growing up poor and black in the rigidly segregated South, Spencer Christian relied on his family’s solid work ethic, commitment to education, and Christian faith to carve a path to success and national visibility. As weatherman and co-host for ABC’s Good Morning America, he thought he had everything—a loving wife…

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We Have Overcome: An Immigrant’s Letter to the American People

Publication Date: 04/24/2018

It has been more than fifty years since the Civil Rights Act enshrined equality under the law for all Americans. Since that time, America has enjoyed an era of unprecedented prosperity, domestic and international peace, and technological advancement. It’s almost as if removing the shackles of enforced racial discrimination has…

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Dear Martha, WTF?: What I Found in My Search for Why

Publication Date: 04/10/2018

Tricia LaVoice’s life turned upside-down when her parents were tragically killed in an automobile accident. Her close relationships with her mother and father made everyday life afterwards a challenge.  Happily married and with a beautiful baby girl, Tricia had no time to fall apart. Over the years as her family…

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All Rise – The Aaron Judge Story

Publication Date: 04/03/2018

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge burst onto the baseball scene in 2017 like a shooting star of the first magnitude. Standing six feet, seven inches tall and weighing 282 pounds, Judge won the right field job in spring training and proceeded to set the baseball world on fire during…

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Vapor: A True Story of How I Fell Victim to Catfishing

Publication Date: 01/30/2018

If you are on the Internet in any way, you are a target for cybercrime. Cybercrimes are easier than ever to pull off. No global police force exists to go after these criminals, so cybercrimes are increasing exponentially year after year. The FBI estimates that over twelve million cybercrimes and…

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