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Walking Tall: A Memoir About the Upside of Small and Other Stuff By Clay Rivers
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In a world that associates stature, physical perfection, and race with a person's value, "Walking Tall" is about harnessing the power of self-worth as experienced by an African American,... More > gay, Christian man who also just happens to be a dwarf. From early lessons in the deep south to escapades as Donald Duck at Walt Disney World to the Skittles-ridden cat and mouse games on his psychologist’s couch, and finally to the finish line of accepting and loving himself, "Walking Tall" is brisk reading, full of charm, and has a devilish sense of humor. For anyone who has ever felt the slightest bit uncomfortable in their own skin, has been afraid to wrestle personal demons into submission or may have missed the directional signs while walking their own road less travelled, "Walking Tall" is a globe-trotting journey to self-acceptance.< Less
I'm a Free Man By Al Erwin
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The story of a young man who used sailing to escape his burden with bi-polar disease and the effects it wrought upon his family, parents, sisters, and friends.
Deployment Diaries By Krista Graham
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A real-time account of one woman's experiences during her husband's year of military service overseas. Originally published serially on an Army blog, this compilation of essays gives an inside look... More > at the life of a military family. Be prepared to laugh and cry as you enter into the lives of an Army wife and her five children as together they rally to the challenge of "holding down the fort."< Less
The Thank You Room By Serenity Bohon
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Serenity Bohon is twenty-nine, married to her childhood sweetheart, and mother to two young sons. After becoming pregnant again, Serenity is diagnosed with a rare, aggressive cancer. As she faces her... More > worst fears, and struggles with what it means to have faith, she gathers around her the people she has loved. "I wanted to look at them," she says, "to watch them laugh. I wanted to thank them for making life great." As Serenity faces her life-threatening disease, and growing fear about the life inside her, she leans on those she has learned from since childhood. She finds from her children the will to fight and finds strength from those who faced the disease before her. She soon learns those around her have not come to watch her die but to teach her how to live. The Thank You Room is the story of how they survived together.< Less