Running Into The Night, A Memoir
by Marina Aris
Running Into The Night is a memoir set against the backdrop of the 1970s-1990s in New York City. Joanna, a seven-year-old runaway tries and fails to escape a violent and troubled home environment. When she finds herself facing abuse in the foster care system she learns that the only way to find safety is to go out on her own.
At War With Myself
by Greg Lewin
We think we know what is going on out there in the world and we think others are seeing what we see. Nothing could be further from the truth. We don’t observe and experience the world. We observe and experience the world as we expect it to be. It is our expectations that lead us to judge a choice smart, an accomplishment meaningful, a connection trustworthy, and a life well-lived. In At War With Myself: How I Came To Terms With The One Thing That Changes Everything, Greg Lewin shares the personal journey that led him to discover that the way we see ourselves and the way others see us is also a matter of expectations.
A True Story of Love, Grief, Recovery,
and How Badly It CAN Suck!
by Bella Lynn Thompson
Sudden Widow is a refreshing, real, heartbreaking and funny love story. It is validation for widows in a world where many people don’t understand the lifelong burden of grief and change after a loss of this magnitude.