Hope, healing, and devotion amidst grief, disappointment and loss elevates this memoir into a comforting, compassionate spiritual journey.
MY DEAR WIFE and CHILDREN: CIVIL WAR LETTERS FROM a 2nd MINNESOTA VOLUNTEER by Nick K. Adams – Civil War Memoir, Family Letters
An intimate historical record of the realities of war seen through the sometimes tear-dimmed eyes of a Civil War soldier to his beloved wife and children.
Strength and hope amidst life's hardships is the essence of the human spirit. Walker brings it all in her beautifully written and heartfelt memoir.
The WELL: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN the MIND RELEASES but the HEART SUSTAINS by Colleen Golden – Aging Parents, Heartwarming, Coma
Colleen Golden's prose is imbued with a wistful nostalgia, so perfect for a book that considers the variedness of life and the questions of death. While we don't know all the answers, The Well helps us realize that because "love makes a good conduit," the possibilities are, indeed, endless.
COCOON of CANCER: an INVITATION to LOVE DEEPLY by Abbe Rolnick & Jim Wiggins – Spiritual & Mental Healing, Personal Transformation, Living with Cancer
A couple struggles with a cancer diagnosis, facing and overcoming a mountain of emotional challenges.
The ROMANCE DIET: BODY IMAGE and the WARS WE WAGE on OURSELVES by Destiny Allison – Memoir, Weight Management, Body Image
In this highly emotive memoir, a couple’s shared commitment to improvement takes longer and hurts more than originally planned, but the result is a new, better and brighter promise—one that can endure in Destiny Allison’s The Romance Diet.
The first rounds of judging for the 2017 Journey Book Awards for Narrative Non-fiction are complete. These are the titles and their writers who made it passed the first two rounds aka known as the SLUSHING! Congratulations!
Dramatically constructed and terrifyingly realistic. This candid memoir is a cry for greater outreach to those who serve in auxiliary roles in times of warfare, who are forced to see and deal with its most horrific effects without acknowledgement.
An important memoir that serves to bridge a gap between people of all shapes and sizes. An honest and courageous chronology of a life that truly deserves to be called extraordinary.