JUST ANOTHER DEAD ANIMAL by James Morris is a humble invitation to hear one man’s life pre- and post-Vietnam War. Check out what Madeline Barbush has to say in her book review of this Atmosphere Press memoir.
ALL IN WITH LOVE by James Gardiner is a touching and inspiring life story about connecting with your inner child. Check out what Alexandria Ducksworth has to say in her book review of this indie memoir.
ECHOES FROM WUHAN by Gretchen Dykstra is an immersive memoir of friendship & learning to tread carefully in Wuhan in 1979. Check out what Tucker Lieberman has to say in his review of this indie memoir.
THE VILLAINS WHO SNAPPED MY SPINE by A.H. Nazzareno is A fast-paced, sardonic memoir about the lead-up, diagnosis, and treatment of a life-altering disease. Check out what Genevieve Hartman has to say about this indie memoir.
BEYOND THE SUNSET (Volume 1) by Sherry Knowlton is lush with sensory detail and brimming with diverse travel experiences. Check out what Joelene Pynnonen has to say in her review of this Sunbury Press memoir.
ONLY IN NEW YORK (VOLUME 3) by M.G. Crisci is a tongue-in-cheek portrayal of one man’s fabulous life as a New Yorker living in the big city and abroad. Check out what Madeline Barbush of IBR has to say about this indie nonfiction book.
VERTICAL LIFT by George Kelham is a thoughtful memoir that implicitly asks us to consider how war and immigration restrictions affect people’s lives. Check out what Tucker Lieberman has to say in his review of this indie nonfiction book.