“Transcending Darkness” by Denise Brown

A compelling memoir of childhood abuse, neglect, and God’s incomparable guidance, love, and grace. This captivating story unfolds like a novel detailing every challenge the author and her younger sisters faced while enduring the hardships of a mentally ill mother and sister, poverty, and unthinkable physical and verbal abuse from both parents. … More “Transcending Darkness” by Denise Brown

“Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards

“Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards will inspire you to think deeply about yourself, positively impact your emotions, and define what truly matters to you. As a woman who has lived an interesting and influential life, Andrea has great wisdom to pass on to her readers. Whether you’re a mother with a child requiring special needs, someone who wants to save the earth, or just find a way to expand your point of view, this book will speak to every part of you, and then some. … More “Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards

“You Are Enough” by Charlene Wheeless

“You Are Enough: Reclaiming Your Career and Your Life with Purpose, Passion and Unapologetic Authenticity” is an uplifting and moving memoir by renowned businesswoman and communications visionary Charlene Wheeless. In this absorbing book, the author shares her experiences and struggles as she climbed the cooperate ladder and her journey while battling breast cancer. … More “You Are Enough” by Charlene Wheeless

“Moe Fields: The Special Bond Between Fathers and Sons” by Stuart Z. Goldstein

As a parent who has a special bond with my own child, and have been able to go through both bad and good times with her throughout the years only to come out of it all and still be the best of friends, I truly felt connected to this book. … More “Moe Fields: The Special Bond Between Fathers and Sons” by Stuart Z. Goldstein

“More Confessions of a Trauma Junkie” by Sherry Lynn Jones

A collection of stories from real EMS, ER, paramilitary and firefighter responders telling their sides of dealing with traumatic cases. The stories range from veterinary to medical to behavioral health trauma. Each story discusses how the responder reacted to the trauma and sometimes a background to why they reacted the way that they did. … More “More Confessions of a Trauma Junkie” by Sherry Lynn Jones

“Presence, the Play” by William E. Jefferson

In “Presence, the Play,” William Jefferson has crafted an allegorical tale of America today. He begins his story at the Theatre Portesque where Script, the playwright, is awaiting the performance of his play, Presence. Before the performance gets underway, Script faints and suffers a head injury. After Script is taken to the hospital, his friends from Estillyen’s Order of Message Makers begin watching over him. While Script is comatose, he embarks on a journey to save the Isle of Estillyen from Satan’s wrath. … More “Presence, the Play” by William E. Jefferson

“Passing it Forward” by Lucie Ataya

“Passing It Forward” is a guide on self-publishing and book promotion written specifically for indie authors. Author Lucie Ataya developed this resource as she prepared to release her second novel, with the original intention of it being a one-page checklist. In its final format however, “Passing it Forward” evolved into an indispensable guide full of indie-tested practices and is a compilation of feedback from multiple self-published authors that will benefit authors of all experience levels, at every stage of the publishing journey. … More “Passing it Forward” by Lucie Ataya