“My Body My Soul” by Vandee Crane

Vandee Crane’s memoir, “My Body, My Soul: One Woman’s Journey to Reclaim Both,” is a raw and unapologetic account of her tragic childhood, and how those horrible experiences led her to be the loving person she is today.  Trigger Warning: the content may be upsetting to some readers. … More “My Body My Soul” by Vandee Crane

“The Trouble with Kim” by Seth David Branitz

Branitz’s story touches on so many different hardships of life: drugs, mental health, physical health, death, love. Branitz is honest with his feelings towards his family, friends, and random events. He doesn’t try to give an opinion on how others felt about each other….just how he dealt with it all. Some things he dealt with better than others. … More “The Trouble with Kim” by Seth David Branitz

“The Memorandum: A True Story of Justice Forged from Fire” by Robert W. Kelley

“The Memorandum” features the legal side of one of the legal battles General Motors (GM) faced for one of the tragic events that happened with some of their vehicles. It starts off with showing what happened to the Murphy family and ends with the conclusion of their lawsuit against General Motors. In between, it shows what lawyer Robert W. Kelley faced, both in his personal life and in the legal system. A truly tragic story ending with some justice. … More “The Memorandum: A True Story of Justice Forged from Fire” by Robert W. Kelley

“Gone: A Memoir of Love, Body, and Taking Back My Life” by Linda K. Olson

Linda has achieved so much in her life, more than most other people have or will. She has beaten the odds and remains optimistic throughout her trials. Her story is an inspiration to everyone if only to follow your dreams. If you find yourself in a tough spot, think of what Linda would do and go from there. … More “Gone: A Memoir of Love, Body, and Taking Back My Life” by Linda K. Olson

“Never Turn Your Back on the Tide” by Kergan Edwards-Stout

“Never Turn Your Back on the Tide” is labeled as a fictional memoir. I have to say as fiction the book was interesting as a self-conscious journey through the narrator’s remembrances. It is a circuitous adventure filled with nice short one liners. Perhaps, the best parts are the little snippets. … More “Never Turn Your Back on the Tide” by Kergan Edwards-Stout