Kim Orendor$16.99 $15.63
A conservative wallflower finds the freedom to discover who she truly is in communist China.
From Mad Man to Happy Farmer: Fifty-five Years of Sane, Sage Advice from a Marketing Guru Still Crazy about the Ad Biz
An Asset-Based Thinker’s Mad Men journey through agency life and how he now inspires others.
David P. Wichman$16.99 $15.63
I remembered a line from the Sufi poet Rumi: “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” I looked across the sea floor, focusing deeply on every grain of sand. I imagined that each grain of sand contained the possibility of hope. David Wichman is an author, speaker, sexual healer, and entrepreneur who is respected and well-known all over the world to those who seek to live free of stigma, shame, and fear around sex, love, and intimacy. Raised in Fremont, California, David survived a childhood marked by severe neglect and abuse, which led him into years of homelessness, alcoholism, and drug addiction. After decades of struggle and rehabilitation failures, he finally obtained freedom from his addiction in 2005. He remains an active member of New Thought and recovery movements to this day. In 2006, David found a calling in sex work. While working with seniors, the disabled, and those with severe intimacy issues, he discovered the profound transformational power that sex work creates for both client and provider. In 2009, he founded his travel-companion company, the Male Adventure, through which he has accompanied clients on life-changing adventures to all seven continents. He is an activist, vocal ally, and grateful member of the LGBTQI2 community. In 2016, David co-founded Heal-VR, a software development company that merges ancient spiritual principles and meditation techniques with modern virtual reality technology. David lives with his partners and their dogs in the Coachella Valley area of California.
Larry Daniel$16.99 $15.63
The early sixties in Springdale, Arkansas, were colorful to young Larry Daniel in spite of the all-white upbringing the town had provided him. He’d thought he was rich growing up. He had his own pool table and his dad flew him around in his personal airplane to resort locations. A ski boat, tickets on the fifty yard line at Razorback Stadium, and a membership at the country club were some of the other benefits of his childhood. His father, Lemus Daniel, was a successful businessman, and famous musicians among others were a part of his inner circle. He was fun-loving, popular, and generous, but deeply lacking in impulse control and far too trusting for his own good. For the son, turning eleven brought an introduction to women that weren’t his mother, and alcohol, a coming-of-age ritual. The fast lane had his father blinded by his growing ego, which helped get him set up for a big fall from someone that he’d considered a friend. When everything went down it was without a soft landing. People didn’t like to talk about their problems back then, so they didn’t. After word had been passed down from the top, Lemus had suddenly drawn the ire of a rogue cop with a grudge. He was effectively smeared and eventually run out of town. Set adrift, the boy was doomed to fail. At fifteen, Larry was kicked out of school, roughed up by his dad who’d returned to set him straight, and ran away from home. Walking the streets of a neighboring town among other runaways and returning war veterans, he experimented with substances and panhandled for spare change. Months later, he was retrieved by his notorious father and brought home after he’d returned from his exile. After father and son had reunited, a life of crime followed. It would be another decade before Larry Daniel took an honest breath and began the road to redemption. Ugly truths reveal a young man who struggles mightily, but survives and contributes to society in a big way. Meanwhile, the father writes a tell-all about his downfall and the Feds get involved. Parts of his manuscript are included in this wild ride of a memoir.
S. M. Kelly$16.99 $15.63
A biting, bittersweet, uproarious recovery adventure reveals truths about nursing homes and the opioid crisis.
Facing the Elephants: A Woman's Journey Through Life, Death, and Finding Spiritual Connection with a Family of Elephants
Rebecca Black$10.99 $10.11
Rebecca’s story starts as it appears to end–dying three times on the ER operating table. Her health battles had just begun–culminating with diagnosis of the BRCA gene and PTSD from childhood trauma. Her hope for the future unexpectedly came from a family of elephants.
Kari E. Wiseman$10.99 $10.11
Kari’s personal story of adoption, sexual abuse, being sent away at 12 years old and how this independence allowed her to find her biological family and forgiveness. The information she uncovered changed her life forever. Her faith in God carried her through it all.
An Unexpected Coddiwomple: The Story of a Father's Sudden Death, a Box of WWII Letters, and a Daughter's Life Transformed
Loretto M Thompson$42.99 $39.55
Not since the Diary of Anne Frank, has there been a single family collection of WWII letters released to the public. Loretto Thompson shares an inside look at an edited version of her Father’s 500+ letters to his family during his training and combat during his involvement in the European Theatre during WWII–a virtual time-machine to “meet” a father she never knew due to his sudden death when she was four. Family, faith, duty, and transformation make this a love story that transcends generations.
Bridgette Pearce$16.99 $15.63
“Many times in dysfunctional families, children and their children often take the easy way out and follow the examples set by their parents. I chose the hard path; the painful one; the one that broke the cycle of insanity and abuse. It ended with me.” –Bridgette Pearce
Peter Jack Newton$16.99 $15.63
A slice of life true story of a man growing up in the South, from the Depression Era through WWII to present-day. Peter Jack Newton’s amazing and sometimes unbelievable life as told in his own words illustrating his perseverance, love of family, and faith in God.