Jane Bernard lost her 12-year-old twin daughters to a religious hijacking perpetrated by their father, Reverend Logan Churlick. Jane is heartbroken and embittered by the loss, causing her to jeopardize her once-happy marriage with her great love, Bolivar Bernard. When the twins are 18, Bekah reaches out to her mother. Darcy spurns Jane and wants nothing to do with her sister. Churlick thwarts Jane’s attempt to reunite with Darcy and his obsession to possess Jane grows more twisted. Will Churlick be successful in keeping Jane and Bekah from reconnecting with Darcy? Will Jane regain her daughters only to lose Bolivar? Will the strategy Jane sees as her only chance to save the marriage she has all but destroyed work?
About The Book of Barkley – Love and Life Through the Eyes of of a Labrador Retriever by L.B. Johnson
The #1 Amazon Best Seller and winner of the 2015 Reader’s Favorite Silver International Book Award for Non Fiction.
Jet pilot turned Law Enforcement Investigator, LB Johnson had learned enough about loss and heartbreak to know she preferred her own company to most humans, preferring adventures of the solitary kind. Then she added a black lab puppy to her household. How hard could raising a puppy be? She was in for the surprise of a lifetime, one that would forever change her as she learned to look at the world with the love and trust of her canine companion.
In a wholly-unique and uplifting new memoir, Johnson tells the deeply-personal and reflective story of her life and experiences with that rambunctious Labrador Retriever named Barkley. It’s not just a story of one woman and her dog; but a bold journey to discover what love really is, and why learning to live like a dog gives humanity a powerful new meaning.
This Memoir is available in both print and ebook format.
About Forgiveness Unforgettable by Nikki Lee Brannon
A chilling tale of a southern raised musician whose horrific childhood caused her great pain and distrust.Nikki Lee Brannon endured a life of extreme domestic violence fueled by alcoholism, sexual abuse, and poverty which fostered an atmosphere of complete chaos.Nikki was very fortunate to have an influential Christian mother who instilled the forgiveness of Christ into her life in spite of their daily struggle to survive the rage of her alcoholic father.
Take a walk into this riveting true story of terror,survival,faith and finally forgiveness as Nikki reveals explicit first-hand accounts of her memories.
This memoir is available in both print and ebook format. It is on sale from 1/1/2016 until 1/02/2016 for just 99 cents.
When All That’s Left of Me Is Love is poignant and powerful. Linda Campanella provides an intimate look inside her family and her heart as she relives the joy-filled year leading to her terminally ill mother’s death. In the process, she comes to terms with the permanence of her loss and finds comfort in profound gratitude for many unexpected gifts.
At once heart-wrenching and heartwarming, When All That’s Left of Me Is Love is about living fully and purposefully after learning someone very dear to us will be gone too soon. Readers can expect to be touched deeply by one woman’s example of grace and courage and one family’s determination to embrace life while awaiting death. The book itself is full of life. It reminds us all to cherish loving relationships and each new day. Intensely personal, its themes – love, family, faith, courage, grief – are universal.
Campanella’s beautiful story of bonds that do not break and love that never dies is hopeful, helpful, and healing. It will inspire not only those who face or fear death (their own or a loved one’s), but also those who love and embrace life.
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When Mani Feniger scattered her mother’s ashes under the maple tree in her brother’s garden, she thought her relationship with her mother was over. But two years later, the fall of the Berlin Wall exposed the buried secrets and startling revelations of her mother’s past, drawing her into an exploration of history and family, of mothers and daughters, that would change her life forever.
THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH is a riveting, beautifully written memoir that takes readers along on a transformative journey through other lifetimes and continents. Readers say it is “an inspiring story of healing, dedication and love…a page-turning mystery…it made me wonder how untold stories have shaped my own life.”
Best Memoir 2012 from the Bay Area Independent Publishers’ Association