"Winner of the Literary Awards for 2009 Best Autobiography/Biography"
—Multicultural Literature Advocacy Group, Living in Color Literary Awards
"Thank you for thinking of... More > me"
—Sonia Sotomayor, United States Supreme Court Justice
"A Prison Story/Autobiography like you have never read before"
—Michael Levine, WBAI 99.5 FM. Expert Witness Radio
“Nominated as Finalist for the 12th Annual International Latino Book Awards”
—Jim Sullivan, Executive Director, May 28, 2010.< Less
A play therapy center for emotionally and physically abused children. This project was done by Nicole Hubbard during her last semester studying Interior Design at the University of Louisiana at... More > Lafayette.< Less
This is the third series of a true story that opens in the mid 60’s. The main character, Lloyd, had already been in many hospitals for various reasons, but his self-determination begins with... More > his admission to The Crippled Children’s Hospital in Elizabethtown, Penna.
The reader enters a world heretofore unknown to average people. Lloyd is apprehensive, but excited to finally take control of his life. Slowly and methodically he claws his way to the top of a very hardened boys ward hierarchy.
We follow Lloyd and his cohorts in an institutional setting that would make “One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest” look like a church social. Lloyd soon finds that separation from family and the emotional turmoil of a daily dog-eat-dog existence far outweigh enduring numerous surgeries and severe infections.
Entertaining while providing a detailed peak into the medical system of the 60's, this book is a tribute to anyone suffering physical and mental anguish.< Less
A straight forward, keeping it real, biography of an ex-inmate as it is being told to a prison psychiatrist. It gives insight into his life as a child living too fast and becoming addicted to being... More > in the streets and everything the streets have to offer. At a young age, he is experiencing activity that most adults never think of doing. He is very hardheaded and does not listen to his parents. He has no need financially to be in the streets and shares a home with room to spare and does not lack food or clothing. Yet, he is drawn to the streets with all its excitement and the fast money he can make, and does not consider the consequences. Volume One has it all, sex, money, and drugs, but at such young age. Parents can learn what to not take for granted in their "children" and young folks can learn not to make the same mistakes as the author. It is written in mature language for mature readers.< Less
A short story inspired by inexplicably precious times as a backpacker in south-east Asia. A tale of two nomads who meet amongst the tropical blur of the Asian metropolis. An account of how it feels... More > to find that ever elusive 'something' and then lose it. If you like temples and tuk tuks, love and loss, you'll like this.< Less
This ebook contains a selection of writings by Robert Southey - history, biography, travel writing, letter writing etc.as well as poetry for which he is best known. If any errors are spotted please... More > contact the compiler at email@example.com< Less
PAPERBACK: Translation of Mexie's handwritten booklets: "The Illich – Katalinić Family"," The Regenstreif – Ortlieb Family", and "Blessings of... More > Christmastime". With original illustrations and thumbnails of some pictures from the companion book to "Maexie's Collection pf Family Photographs".< Less