Elaine Freed Lindenblatt
Stop at the Red Apple: The Restaurant on Route 17
December 1, 2014, SUNY (State University of NY) Press, Albany, NY
Stop at the Red Apple is the colorful story of the Red Apple Rest, the landmark restaurant on NY Route 17 en route to the Catskills. Founder Reuben Freed's daughter takes us on a 50-year ride back to the eatery that served over a million customers annually.
Gloria S. Allen
Smoke in the Kitchen: A Novel About Second Chances
March 31st, 2014, AuthorHouse, LLC
This book, set in Freetown, Sierra Leone, tells the story about 43 year old Sara Moses who happens to find life’s purpose where she least expects. Following the untimely death of her fiancé and her unborn daughter, her life becomes empty...Sara channels her energy by forming a reforestation society and encourages an entire nation to replant the forest.
Sleepwalker: The Mysterious Makings and Recovery of a Somnambulist
Inspirational Memoir/Narrative Medicine/Women's Health
September 2015, Skyhorse Publishing, distributed by Perseus
Frazier untangles twenty years of violent sleepwalking, sleep terrors, and insomnia that affected every area of her life and, in particular, her intimate relationships. She faces and recovers from intergenerational trauma, alcoholism and mental illness – with hard won love as her reward.
Kathryn E. Livingston
Yin, Yang, Yogini: A Woman's Quest for Balance, Strength and Inner Peace
2014, Open Road Integrated Media
Yin, Yang, Yogini is a memoir about transformation through yoga. It is also a journey of triumph over breast cancer, anxiety, and fear.
No Trouble at All
October 31, 2015, Destiny Whispers Publishing
It's a bad day for Sophie Carter when she stumbles across a dead body in the woods. But when the suspected murderer turns out to be a leather-clad vagabond who died in 1889, her carefully controlled quiet life explodes.
Lo Anne Mayer
Celestial Conversations: Healing Relationships After Death
December 2012, Cape House Books
Through journaling, Mayer restored a broken bond and soothed her grief after the deaths of her mother and daughter. She shares her story and simple technique with bereaved people everywhere.
The Cusp of Dreadfulness: Fifteen Seasons in Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia
This memoir recounts the struggles of a geologist as she navigates through the wilderness at the tip of South America. Her stories include crossing the Andes on foot, facing military interrogation, rescuing an injured child, and repelling a rapist, which brings on severe agoraphobia.
Marie Murphy Duess
Memoir as Fiction
2014 by Waterfall Publishing (independently published)
Set in the 1960s, Ashley Hall examines the secrets and sorrows of the residents who live in the apartments on one floor of a Queens, New York, apartment building. It relates the events of the 1960s through the eyes of a cast of diversified characters, and uncovers their regrets, their joys, and their capacity to love and accept even the most unlikely strangers.
Marylou Kelly Streznewski
Book 1: Dying with Robert Mitchum
May, 2015 by Kelsay Books, Aldrich Press
This poetry book is a meditation on war by someone who has never been in one. I have been, as most of us are, a war watcher since I was 5 years old..
Book 2: HEART RENDING – HEART MENDING: Saved by Medical Science, Healed by ancient Wisdom
January, 2016 J. G. Whitthorne Press for Create Space
Highlighting the necessity of educating the women of America about the dangers of heart disease as their number on killer, this dramatic memoir takes the reader inside the trauma of open heart surgery, using the actual surgeon’s notes, prose, letters and her own poetry. It shows how her use if integrative medicine modalities taught her that she had to heal herself after the surgeons rebuilt her heart.