Press Releases with tag "memoir"
New Memoir, Ink in the Wheels, A Shining Example for the Disability Community
Newly released memoir Ink in the Wheels offers hope and inspiration for not only those who with disabilities, but all in a relationship.
Glenn Langohr's Prison Memoir Got Another Great Review From a Criminal Justice Professor at U.C. Irvine
Professor Keramet Reiter, an Associate Professor in Criminal Justice at U.C. Irvine came across Glenn Langohr's books about prison and asked for an interview. Glenn Langohr agreed on one condition, that she have her students read and review it.
One Man’s Courageous Triumph Over Tyranny
New Memoir, published in January by Granddaughter of Romanian Historian Constantin C.Giurescu
Stephanie Schroeder, Author of Beautiful Wreck: Sex, Lies & Suicide, Appears on "Life Unedited" Radio
Memoirist, Stephanie Schroeder Reveals Ravages of Mental Illness in New Book speaks with John Aberle from the Life Unedited Radio program.
Sinner's Creed by Scott Stapp Book Tour Launch Oct. 2, 2012
Scott Stapp’s tell-all memoir,” Sinner’s Creed,” written with David Ritz, released on Oct. 2, 2012
Dream Of Things Releases Paperback Edition Of Leaving The Hall Light On: A Mother's Memoir Of Living With Her Son's Bipolar Disorder And Surviving His Suicide
"Leaving the Hall Light On" by Madeline Sharples is now available in a trade paperback edition from Dream of Things. Previously available only in hard cover, this moving memoir focuses on surviving every family's worst nightmare.
Author Stephen Gallup Chosen as a Finalist for the San Diego Book Award for What About the Boy?
Winners Will Be Announced at the Eighteenth Annual San Diego Book & Writing Awards, June 9, 2012
Marilyn’s Memoir Novoir Book Creation Process Documented
The documentation of the making of a Marilyn’s Memoir Novoir has been captured by critically acclaimed, award-winning documentary filmmaker and founder of Odd Lamps Productions, Michael Wilson.
Critically Acclaimed Author Stephen Gallup to Hold Book Signing In Boise for What About the Boy? on April 13th
Book Has Been Nominated for Several Literary Awards, Which Will Be Announced in June
Author Stephen Gallup Nominated for the Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award for What About the Boy?
Award Winners Will Be Announced at the American Library Association Conference in June 2012
Stephen Gallup, Author of Critically Acclaimed Book, What About The Boy? Wins Second Prize From the San Diego Reader
Gallup’s Article “What We Do For Our Kids” Wins Second Prize
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The Weight Of One Life: An Honest Book For All Women Seeking Freedom.
It is a true account of a Korean girl, born during difficult times and a traditional society, fight against the odds. Someday it will come time to judge the weight of her life. For, now she must continue to follow her path.
Final Drive by Shelly Hess - 2011 Indie Excellence Award Finalist
We stand at the beginning of a new year – or a new relationship, a new job, or even a simple drive out in the country – and we imagine the road ahead, as if we could see clear and straight. A story of love and heartbreak. Final Drive by Shelly He
Parton's Memoir Is Changing Lives
International award-winning recording artist, Stella Parton, well known for her trailblazing in the past, continues that tradition with the release of her new book, Tell It Sister, Tell It, by being the first country music artist to self-publish and
Sherri Patterson Delivers a Vivid and Glaring Firsthand Account of Domestic Abuse in Her Memoir, Mad
“Mad Lyfe of an NBA Wife by Sherri Patterson is a memoir about her journey as an NBA Wife and the discovery of her purpose and calling outside of that title.”
New Book, 'No More Secs!,' High on Positives Despite Life with Multiple Sclerosis
This poignant and often humorous story of acceptance and change relies on a basic truth – good health and life are fleeting, but love and humor trump all. Every second matters, a point driven home by yet another life-altering diagnosis.
Writer’s Walk On Water Lands In National Magazine
DC Native’s Memoir Gives Hope to Readers and a Feature Story to Black Enterprise
Josh Braff Endorses IPPY Finalist’s Memoir
Betty Auchard releases her Cedar Rapids childhood memoir, "The Home for the Friendless".
Set during the '30's, young Betty makes lemonade out of lemons during The Great Depression.
Former Female Escort Tells All In New Self-Published Memoir
This book is one woman's attempt at revealing the personal details of her life and her work as an escort in the digital age.
The Joy of Life Cookbook
The joy is in doing the cooking, partaking of the food at table with family and friends and the laughs between the recipes.
Forgive Me Father For I Have Sinned-An Autobiography by Phil Aguilar
Pastor Phil Aguilar tells the true story of his years of drug addiction before he found recovery and redemption while in prison. Upon his release he emerged as a Savior to sinners by devoting his life to spreading the word of Jesus Christ.
A Father's Love, A Life Well-Lived, and Messages For His Children
Author William Jack has compiled a living legacy for his three adopted children from Russia, in this poignant memoir, The Little Russians. Now ailing, Jack has put down in writing his own history, their history, for them and for the world to see.
eBook Author Looks Back to 1970s in Coming-of-Age Story Set During Greece’s Military Junta
It was the “Age of Aquarius”, when Americans were fighting a war in the swamps of Vietnam and the tiny country of Greece had seen its monarchy overthrown in favor of an oppressive military regime.
New Memoir Reveals the Dynamic Experience of Living in the Ashram from the "Eat Pray Love" Book and Movie
A bold, honest, and intimate memoir that reveals the ecstasy, pathos, and humor of life and spiritual awakening, with entertaining stories that inspire and guide readers into a greater respect and appreciation for their own lives.
Dyslexic Author Encourages Readers to Embrace Life and Not Take Loved Ones for Granted in New Memoir
Craig Stephan overcomes dyslexia and shares wisdom gained through his choice of therapy to deal with his mother’s death from cancer—a Grand Canyon motorcycle tour.