Biography and Memoir

Loomered: How I Became the Most Banned Woman in the World

Publication Date: 05/18/2021

Laura Loomer is the most banned woman in the world. An investigative journalist, activist, and truth-teller who has earned many powerful enemies in Silicon Valley and the media, Loomer has been banned from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe, Periscope, Medium, and TeeSpring…so far. Loomer works…

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Irondad Life: A Year of Bad Decisions and Questionable Motives―What I Learned on the Quest to Conquer Ironman Lake Placid

Publication Date: 05/04/2021

A humorous look at the world of Ironman triathlons and how one man tries to juggle training with the demands of a busy family. Why do people race in Ironmans—a competition that was dreamed up by a U.S. Navy Officer after a beer-influenced debate over who were the fittest athletes—swimmers,…

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Code Red Fallujah: A Doctor’s Memoir at War

Publication Date: 03/30/2021

Airstrikes rain down, Gatling guns pound, and snipers lurk in the distance—welcome to the combat aid station of a young doctor embedded with the heavily weaponized 1st Marines Division as the Battle of Fallujah boils over. On the night of April 4th, 2004, 1st Marine Expeditionary Forces launch a major…

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The Upstander: How Surviving the Holocaust Sparked Max Glauben’s Mission to Dismantle Hate

Publication Date: 03/23/2021

Holocaust survivor Max Glauben is on a mission—to outlast hate, to preserve memory, and to compel the world to embrace tolerance. Holocaust survivor Max Glauben remembers the paralyzing fear as a boxcar crammed with Jews rumbled from the Warsaw Ghetto to Majdanek death camp in May 1943. “Why me?” he…

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Footsteps of Federer: A Fan’s Pilgrimage Across 7 Swiss Cantons in 10 Acts

Publication Date: 03/02/2021

A writer and tennis player seeks inspiration by traveling in the footsteps of Roger Federer in the wake of a serious illness. Roger Federer could live anywhere in the world, but he always returns to the place he loves most: Switzerland. Dave Seminara is a mad traveler and tennis lifer…

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Perseverance: Broke to Billions: Barriers in Business and Strategies to Remove Them

Publication Date: 12/22/2020

A chronological blueprint of Chuck Whittall’s adversities and successes that outlines a plan for how to build a billion-dollar business. Through his own story of hardship and triumph, Chuck Whittall shares the principles he used to overcome obstacles that can derail a business. In Perseverance: Broke to Billions, Whittall details…

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A Basket of Deplorables: What I Saw Inside the Clinton White House

Publication Date: 12/08/2020

A compelling insider’s look at a political marriage that tore apart the nation and almost destroyed a presidency—from the woman who saw it all happen. In this brilliantly written behind-the-scenes account, Linda Tripp along with her co-author, Dennis Carstens, shares her side of the Clinton White House sex scandals for…

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Son of a Milkman: My Crazy Life with Tesla

Publication Date: 12/01/2020

Tesla’s Brian Wheat lifts the lid on living the rock ’n’ roll life while struggling with anxiety, depression, and other issues seldom discussed by musicians. Brian Wheat is far from your typical rock star. As bassist for the multi-platinum band, Tesla, he’s enjoyed the spoils of success and lived the…

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Robin Williams, American Master: The Movies and Art of a Lost Genius

Publication Date: 11/24/2020

A comprehensive guide to all of Robin Williams’s movies, with facts about plots, performances, and cast, as well as notable trivia and behind-the-scenes details about each film. Did you know that, according to director Chris Columbus, Robin Williams improvised so much during the filming of Mrs. Doubtfire that the studio…

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Somewhere You Feel Free: Tom Petty and Los Angeles

Publication Date: 11/17/2020

A complete history of Tom Petty in Los Angeles. When Tom Petty arrived in Los Angeles in 1974 in search of a record deal for his band Mudcrutch, the Gainesville, Florida native found one almost immediately. While he thought he had found exactly what he was looking for in L.A.,…

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