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Genre(s): Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Fiction, Lesbian, Chick-Lit, Contemporary Women, Contemporary Fiction, Genre Fiction
S arah, 18, has been attracted to other girls since she was nine. But she is a Christian, and the
tenets of her church are clear: homosexuality is a sin and an abomination. In a desperate bid
to prove her virtue, she throws herself at a boy she goes to school with, and ends up pregnant.
Her infant daughter, Rebecca, derails Sarah’s entire life. She is forced to withdraw from Yale
before she even gets there. Her devout mother, ashamed, pays for an apartment where Sarah
is alone with the baby. Sarah was smart, beautiful, and adored. Now she feels like she knows
nothing, and her friends treat her like a leper.
In the long, sleepless hours of night, while she lies awake waiting for Rebecca’s cry, she is
forced to reflect on who she is and how she got here. She has lost all hope – until one night
she hears God, providing her a simple answer:
Kill the child.
From bestselling Kindle Suspense author Adam J Nicolai comes a glimpse into the maelstrom
of one young woman’s emotions: a place where faith, reason, and human love collide.
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Leaders & Notable People, Military, History, Middle East, Iraq, Iraq War, Professionals & Academics, Military & Spies, United States
I n Fallujah, during a particularly difficult time in the Iraq War, a group of Marines are deployed on a tour that will bring them closer together, while threatening to tear them apart. The Delta Company Outlaws are a group of Light Armored Reconnaissance Marines deployed in 2004 to one of the most hostile war zones in the world. Through the memoirs of one Marine, this touching story encapsulates the drama surrounding everyday life during the Iraq War. With a bond formed through blood, sweat, and tears, a group of unfamiliar Marines will come together stronger than family.
Memoirs of an Outlaw: Life in the Sandbox is a dramatic new take on the Iraq War that focuses more on the personal aspects of war rather than exclusively on combat. With a touching approach to the camaraderie, daily life, and devastating losses, this enlightening memoir by Robert M. Tanner delves into the brotherhood that’s formed throughout a deployment while documenting the combat experiences and daily life of a Marine. Using personal experiences, this engaging story hooks readers with drama, action, and honesty while painting an illuminating picture of both the funny and tragic sides of war.
Inspired by a bond that’s stronger than blood, Memoirs of an Outlaw began as a therapeutic way to document wartime experiences and eventually led to a full-fledged memoir. Deciding to focus on the daily life and camaraderie of war, the story captures the tension, drama, and bonding that comes with combat and living in a hostile environment far away from home. By focusing on the humanistic side of the armed forces, Memoirs of an Outlaw perfectly captures a unique moment in time during an extraordinarily challenging part of the war.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Drama, Arts & Photography, Theater
S avannah Garrett had always had a good head on her shoulders. She was well-educated and had a fantastic teaching job at a prestigious school in Boston. Her life was just where she wanted it to be until she returned to her home town in the suburbs of Philadelphia for her 10 year class reunion.
Seeing old friends and reminiscing about her high school days was expected. Seeing her first love after five years was not. Can she handle seeing Sam Reynolds after all this time and could she get through the hurt and pain their past relationship had caused?
Can there be a second chance for Savannah and Sam or would a deep, dark secret destroy their chances of happiness?
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Professionals & Academics, Medical, Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Doctors & Medicine
“ The only people who think you are a doctor are you and your mom.”
Not exactly the warm welcome I hoped for. But I was just a naive Wisconsin boy, fresh out of medical school and new to Oakland, California. I chose Highland Hospital for my surgical internship: an entire year filled with sick patients, brutal work hours, more brutal staff surgeons, and flawed attempts to maintain a long-distance relationship. Yet, somehow, it’s a work of nonfictional comedy.
I take on many roles throughout the story. I’m a kid who still plays Tetris, a guy who can’t commit to his girlfriend, an untrained doctor who finds himself cutting open people’s skulls, and a fish out of water who is called to the ER to drain the blood from a cocaine-engorged penis.
But this adventure isn’t just crazy hospital anecdotes or what it takes to become a surgeon. It’s a coming of age tale about learning what it means to be a caregiver. Sure, I worked 40 hours without sleep, but that is only one of the ways They tried to kill me. Their real evil was crushing the enthusiasm and compassion of their trainees. I struggled to remain a “normal” human while joining a fraternity of holier-than-thou surgeons, and nothing grounded me more than trying to cope with the illnesses within my own family.
If this book proves anything, it’s that “Laughter is the best medicine, but surgery is a close second.”
A dollar of every Kindle book sold will benefit the charity Operation Access.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Family Saga, Historical, Historical Fiction, Teens
B ertha Maude Anderson has no inkling of how famous she will become. She lives in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina in the year 1843. Her world changes forever when she is enticed to join The Romanoff Brothers Circus and her name is changed to Inzared, Queen of the Elephant Riders. Inzared discovers her true calling while learning to live with the nomadic Gypsies. From the hatred shown by some of the performers to the love she finds along the way, Inzared finds herself immersed in the rich folklore and customs of the misunderstood people who call the circus their home. Her one constant is Cecil, the elephant, and together they form a bond that no one can break as Inzared finds herself lured into the world of the Gypsies while clinging to her own roots and trying to break free of the chains that keep her from her destiny.
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