QUEST: Risk, Adventure, and the Search for Meaning by John Graham is a poignant memoir of danger and missteps on the path to openness, purpose, and love. Check out what Tucker Lieberman has to say in his book review of this travel memoir.
HOW TO RUN A MARATHON IN 13 YEARS by J.P. Mac is an inspirational running memoir about the persistent pursuit of lifelong goals. Check out what Anne Greenawalt has to say in her book review of this indie sports book.
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.
LOST ROOTS: Family, Identity, and Abandoned Ancestry by Karl Von Loewe is a beautiful flower of prose, memories, and familial bonds. Check out what Jadidsa Perez has to say in her review of this historical 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.
A Caregiver’s Love Story and Reference Guide by Nancie Wiseman Attwater is poignant and valuable. Check out what Manik Chaturmutha of IBR has to say in her review of this Atmosphere Press 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.
MY NORTHEAST PASSAGE: Hope, Hassles and Danes by Frances Terry Fischer is an immersive, reflective memoir that takes you around a rapidly changing world. Check out what Jadidsa Perez has to say about this travel memoir.