Whispers of the Heart by Uma Eachempati

“Whispers of the Heart: A Memoir” by Uma Eachempati, is the story of the author’s parents: her mother, Susila and father, Rao. The story highlights the 4 years they spent apart while Rao served for India during WWII. Part history, part memoir, part love story, the author has created a moving and touching tribute to her parents and an important historical tome for the family.

Finding St. Lo by Ted Neill

“Finding St. Lo: A Memoir of War and Family” is a story from World War II, told by Robert Lewis Fowler and Gordon Edward Cross. They are a soldier and a medic, respectively, who served alongside each other in the 134th US Army Regiment. In this book, Fowler’s grandson Ted Neill collects their journal entries together into one cohesive format, alongside essays of his own.

My Impossible Life by Charlene Jones

“My Impossible Life” is a compelling account of Charlene Jones’s survival and ongoing restoration after suffering abuse and rejection during all of her young life. It is a compilation of stories of the mistreatment she received and the harm it caused to her, as well as her journeys to various places in order to find peace through the study and practice of meditation.

Medicine and Miracles in the High Desert by Erica M. Elliott

In her memoir, “Medicine and Miracles in the High Desert: My Life Among the Navajo People,” Dr. Erica Elliott takes readers to a place where most non-indigenous readers have never been. She invites readers to join her on an apprentice’s journey to Navajo Nation in Arizona and New Mexico in the 1970s & ‘80s. As a young woman learning about her limits and strengths, Dr. Elliott’s journey teaches readers about the value of developing a strong work ethic on the path to personal and professional success.

I Am Another You by Priya Kumar

“I Am Another You” by Priya Kumar is a self-help book in which she details her journey from India to the Netherlands, to find her true self. Questioning herself the whole way, somehow Priya knew that this was the path she must take to better herself and feel whole.

Against All Odds by Carol Basile

AGAINST ALL ODDSCarol Basile, Ph.D.Dragon Gate Media (2019)ISBN 978173243594Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (02/2020) “Against All Odds,” was written by Carol Basile, Ph.D., a woman who raised a child with autism, becoming an educator and school psychologist along the way. In this incredible book, Basile applies both her professional and personal experience to... Continue Reading →

Saturday’s Child by Deborah Burns

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1631525476?ie=UTF8&tag=boobyboopub-20&camp=1789&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=1631525476 SATURDAY’S CHILDDeborah BurnsShe Writes Press (2019)ISBN 9781631525476Reviewed by Christine Watson for Reader Views (12/19) “Saturday’s Child” by Deborah Burns is a beautifully written memoir of a mother-daughter relationship, and a child’s longing for the attention and love of her mother. Ms. Burns shares thoughts and feelings from her childhood that shows her vulnerability and... Continue Reading →

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