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Miss Kansas City Kitty Combined

Amazing Memoir of a Woman from the Prohibition Era

Doris Markham’s Story takes you back to Kansas City in the 1930s and 1940s as well as rural Missouri living at the turn of the twentieth century. Join Doris on her escapades through three marriages and a dozen boyfriends. Miss Kansas
Pandemic

Pandemic: NYC – An Insider’s Account of a COVID-19 ICU

If you’re on the lookout for the best book to understand the deadly Covid-19 pandemic the world is currently facing, Pandemic: NYC may be exactly what you’re looking for. The book features the firsthand experience of a traveling nurse who risked
I Don't Want to Lose Hope

I Don’t Want to Lose Hope: One life’s journey, fight and triumph!

A book under a title “I Don’t Want to Lose Hope” is a very interesting piece of art, written by a Qazaq prominent writer, translator Nemat Kelimbetov. It is an autobiographical novel, written by Nemat Kelimbetov during his dark times. His
Rockin Reggie

Reggie Vinson’s Biography, “Still Got a Song in Me”

Reggie Vinson, a man born with music in his heart.  The man has led a spontaneous career for more than 3 decades, and he wants to share his life experience with a newer generation. Unfortunately, it’s not common knowledge that Reggie
chairperso

So, you want to be a doctoral learner huh? Are you nuts?!: A short story of my difficult journey as an online doctoral learner and some tips on how to help you succeed

If you are a doctoral or Ph.D. learner (student) or considering becoming one; this is the book for you. This book is written for the novice researcher. Dr. Davis shares her personal story of her trials as a doctoral learner, her
Can't Sit

Can’t Sit: Living with a Sitting Disability

Everyone sits. But what happens when even that simple action is enough to cause severe back pain? Despite the simplistic name, getting diagnosed with a sitting disability means your life is about to get much, much more complicated. When every bend