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The Smell of War: Lessons from the Battlefield

by: Roland Bartetzko
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Roland Bartetzko is a former soldier with the German Army, the Kosovo Liberation Army, and Croatian Defense Council and took part in extensive engagements during the conflicts in the Balkans. These are his memories of dangerous, deadly, and sometimes funny times. It is the true story of what the ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Arrival: An Immigrant Story

by: John L Fahey
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This book is about how I became a research scientist wanting to find cures for diseases, tormented by memories of my teenage years, nightmares, facial scars, fearing my shaking meant I would have a short life. My father violently rejected me. My grandfather loved me. This book follows the book Survi ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Stronger Core

by: Da'Veta Core-Landmeier
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Stronger Core is a powerful personal journey of one woman’s gritty determination to handle life’s challenges with grace in the face of great adversity. Da’Veta grew up on the southside of Chicago. Forced into adulthood too soon after the unimaginable happened to her, she was determined not to ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

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After You
Stephanie Rose

Description:After You is the final interconnected STANDALONE novel in the Second Chances Series. I had the happily ever after . . . until it was gone. Three became two. And I was alone. Our time—my time—was over. Alone was the right way to be. The only way. Life was me, my son, and my memories. Until the day I met someone who turned my lonely existence upside down. This man made me smile, made me laugh, made me ache for his touch. But I couldn’t. He shouldn’t awaken feelings I resolved to bury with my husband. But he did. I couldn’t let his presence make my heart race. I couldn’t let him into our little world, where he fit so perfectly. I couldn’t want Nick. But I did. *** I rescued people. My family relied on me to lend a hand. Everyone thought of me as the fixer, but no one had the first clue how to fix me. Until Ellie. The freckled beauty’s sorrow was like a well-worn shirt—easy and familiar, difficult to part with—and she wore it comfortably. And though I ...
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