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The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book of Failures by Amy Lyle

The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book of Failures By Amy Lyle Genre: Funny Memoir THE AMY BINEGAR-KIMMES-LYLE BOOK OF FAILURES is a humor memoir. If you have ever failed at love, finances, been fired, not fit in, self-diagnosed yourself with disorders and … Continue reading

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Happiness – The Crooked Little Road to Semi-Ever After by Heather Harpham

Overview A shirt-grabbing, page-turning love story that follows a one-of-a-kind family through twists of fate that require nearly unimaginable choices. Happiness begins with a charming courtship between hopelessly attracted opposites: Heather, a world-roaming California girl, and Brian, an intellectual, homebody … Continue reading

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Polio and Me by Ken Dalton

Overview  Polio and Me By Ken Dalton Genre: Personal memoir {discovery of polio vaccine}  The year is 1943. A five year old boy wakes up. He cannot stand or hold an apple in his hand. The boy is rushed to … Continue reading

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In Search of the One by Randy Siegel- BOOK SPOTLIGHT 

In Search of The One: How to Attract the Relationship You’ve Longed For By Randy Siegel Genre: Self Help – Relationship, Family, Parenting   Are you longing for your soul mate…the perfect life partner…“The One”—but aren’t sure how to attract … Continue reading

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Tails From the Booth by Lynn Terry #XOXperts 

   Overview Furry friends meet photo booths in this quirky photography book that captures all the cute canine action when the leashes come off and the dogs are the star of the show. If dogs could take selfies, it might … Continue reading

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Grace Revealed: a memoir by Greg Archer 

 Overview Seventy-five years after Joseph Stalin’s reign of terror across Eastern Europe, entertainment journalist Greg Archer takes a step back from Hollywood and examines his Polish family’s mind-bending odyssey of the 1940s. In the process, he exposes one of … Continue reading

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