THE KING OF VIOLINS: The extraordinary life of Ma Sicong, China’s greatest violin virtuoso by M.G. Crisci and Cheng Ken Chi, PHD is a haunting true story of one man’s passion for music, family, and his country. This indie author title is reviewed by Liam Anthony of IBR.
TROVE by Sandra A. Miller is an inspirational, emotional, and funny memoir about searching for buried treasure in New York City. Check out what Felicia Nicole Hall of Independent Book Review has to say in her review of this Brown Paper Press title.
PEOPLE I’VE MET FROM THE INTERNET by Stephen van Dyck is a compulsive, nuanced, and intelligent book that documents just how much the internet has defined and redefined our relationships. Check out what Liam Anthony has to say about this Ricochet Editions memoir.
THE IN-BETWEENS by Davon Loeb is a lyrical memoir about family, growing up, and identity in America. Check out what Sean Alan Cleary of Independent Book Review has to say about this Everytime Press nonfiction book in “The Painful Tangibility of It All.”
RELIEF BY EXECUTION: A VISIT TO MAUTHAUSEN by Gint Aras is a pocket-sized memoir about the author’s personal experience visiting one of the most notorious concentration camps in the world. Check out what IBR’s Liam Anthony has to say in his review of this Homebound Publications title.
LATE MIGRATIONS by Margaret Renkl is a beautiful essay collection filled with nature writing about love, loss, and everyday life. Check out what Jaylynn Korrell of Independent Book Review has to say about this highly acclaimed nonfiction book from Milkweed Editions.