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Lost in Ghost Town (Paperback)
A Therapist's Journey Through Homelessness, Addiction, Murder, and Fame
From a youth of affluence to the hit the Shoreline Crips put on his life, Carder delves deep into life on the streets. Lost in Ghost Town is a riveting, raw, and heartfelt look at the power of addiction, the beauty of redemption, and finding truth somewhere in between.
Author(s): Carder Stout
 
 
Black Sheep (Paperback)
A Story of Abandonment, Belonging and Redemption
A captivating memoir of a biracial boy growing up in Washington, D.C., abandoned by his birth parents, and lovingly raised by a woman with deep emotional scars from her upbringing in the segregated South
Author(s): Ray Studevent
 
 
Fighting Infertility (Paperback)
Finding My Inner Warrior through IVF,Miscarriage, and Trying to Conceive
Samantha Busch, wife of NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, knows the thrill of the racing circuit. She also knows the profound pain of infertility, and shares both in this deeply moving story where faith, family, love, and loss intersect.
Author(s): Samantha Busch
 
 
The Lost Boy (Paperback)
A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family
You won't be able to put down this harrowing but ultimately uplifting true story. Sequel to A Child Called It.
Author(s): Dave Pelzer
 
 
Transparent (Hardback)
The handsome baby face CNN Anchor and former Today Show Correspondent, Don Lemon, has written one of the most courageous and shockingly honest memoirs ever. This tell-all book is about his life, carreer and revelatrions of being a sexual abuse victim. Lemon digs deep, exposing his own history and explains how those painful early experiences shaped his ambitions.
Author(s): Don Lemon
 
 
Autobiography of a Freedom Rider (Paperback)
My Life as a Foot Soldier for Civil Rights
Autobiography of a Freedom Rider details Armstrong's burning need to create social change for his fellow black citizens. This richly woven memoir, which traces back to his great-grandparents as freed slaves, examines the history of the Civil Rights Movement, the devastating personal repercussions Armstrong endured for being a champion of those rights, the sweet taste of progressive advancement in the past fifty years, and a look ahead at the work still to be done.
 
 
Living for Today (Paperback)
From Incest and Molestation to Fearlessness and Forgiveness
In Living for Today, anyone who has felt victimized, ashamed, isolated, and silenced by their abusers will receive a roadmap for self-discovery, forgiveness, and empowerment. With real compassion and wisdom, this book can help readers overcome trauma and live fully and fearlessly for today.
Author(s): Erin Merryn
 
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