Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 08 Aug 16

Heaven Must Have Sent You

by Bev Spillaine

Lesbian Romance with a Happy Ending. Based on a True Short Story.

Growing up in the 1970s in a small village in England Julie knew she was different from other girls. Whilst her sisters talked BOYS Julie wrapped herself in the music of Tamla Motown. Smokey Robinson..Stevie Wonder..Diana Ross..The music kept her sane. She married at 19 years old. A lovely man from the village. Julie became a successful Manager of Tamla Motown and Soul venues. Julie was surrounded by people who loved her..but inside she felt incredibly lonely…and a little sad..



Clinton Versus Trump: In Their Own Words: The Quotations Of Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump (Who’s Who Quotations Book 3)

by University Scholastic Press

Love them or hate them, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are two of the most controversial and talked about people in current culture. Now, University Scholastic Press, the internationally renowned publisher and leader in writing and producing textbooks, study guides and quote books, unbiasedly curates hundreds of quotations over thousands of pages written by Clinton and Trump through the course of researching their books and publications. Broken down by categories and completely interactive, indexed and sourced, this book is an encyclopedia of quotations covering both Clinton’s and Trump’s views on business, politics and life. Look up and compare what each wrote about China, their views on terrorism or what they want to do about illegal immigration and taxes–no words are edited, omitted or censored. This is all Clinton Versus Trump: In Their Own Words.
Delight, disgust or challenge people with your knowledge of Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump by picking up your copy of Clinton Versus Trump: In Their Own Words…you know you want to.



Arthur So Easy to Dispose of!

by Maggie Dumville

It’s Mick’s Birthday the next day but that phonecall was to change our lives forever.
We were also getting ready for a funeral for Mick’s Nan’s to be held that very same week

When I learnt my father had died
They had already held the funeral
they cremated him
scattered his ashes
then some 50 days later I am told

My story…who my father was to me and who was THEY that allowed this



From birth to death: Mommies who Murder (Ready Research Book 1)

by Mindy M. Shelton

Whether you are a true crime reader, or a criminal justice student, this Research is Ready for you!

In Mommies who Murder, you’ll read about thirty-five women who have either admitted guilt and are pending sentencing, or already tried and convicted. Not included were any women who were acquitted of committing a crime (Casey Anthony-like) or any women who had assistance in the crime, like a boyfriend or husband.

These are strictly Mommies who Murder.

Also, after the last chapter, you’ll see the data sorted in multiple ways. The same thirty-five women that are in this book are resorted into new grouped lists. The first is by dates of murder(s), the next is by geographical location where the crime(s) occurred, and the last is grouped by weapon(s) of choice.

Resources are included within each topic area, whether they were used as a source, or not. The sources used are specifically cited, but there are a few extra resources listed so you have more information at your fingertips should you decide to read further on any particular case. There are at least four resources per case.

Books in the Ready Research Series:

Volume I: Mommies who Murder
Volume II: Children who Murder
Volume III: Serial Murderers
Volume IV: Siblings who Murder
Volume V: Spouses who Murder



The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth: Mountaineer, Scout, and Pioneer, and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians (Illustrated)

by James P. Beckwourth

James Pierson Beckwourth (1798 or 1800 – 1866 or 1867), born James Beckwith and generally known as, Jim Beckwourth was an American mountain man, fur trader, and explorer. A mulatto born into slavery in Virginia, he was freed by his father (and master) and apprenticed to a blacksmith; later he moved to the American West. As a fur trapper, he lived with the Crow Nation for years. He is credited with the discovery of Beckwourth Pass, through the Sierra Nevada (U.S.) Mountains, between present-day Reno, Nevada, and Portola, California, during the California Gold Rush years, and improved the Beckwourth Trail, which thousands of settlers followed to central California.
He narrated his life story to Thomas D. Bonner, an itinerant justice of the peace. The book was published in New York and London in 1856 as The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth: Mountaineer, Scout and Pioneer, and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians. A translation was published in France in 1860.
Early historians of the Old West originally considered the book little more than campfire lore. It has since, been reassessed as a valuable source of social history, especially, for life among the Crow, although, not all its details are reliable or accurate. The civil rights movement of the 1960s celebrated Beckwourth as an early African-American pioneer. He has since, been featured as a role model in children’s literature and textbooks.



Out of Biography

by Atma Ananda

Many readers asked me to write autobiography since in all my 25 books and 75 articles on spiritual culture they could find nothing about my own life. This is the result of my philosophical background where it is required to remove anything personal or to abstract ideas from their embodiments. However my phenomenon became so enigmatic that many people got confused if I was doing something myself or only thinking and writing as academic scholar. Actually, my own life was overfull of dramatic experiences and intensive spiritual practice. My path was crossed with too many great and famous teachers and interesting personalities. This life could be cut so many times while starting again in the same body that it was rather ‘series of lives’. It was whole conglomerate of personalities while I really wanted out and this biography has ended my efforts at least for me.



The Other Wife Volume 1: 17 Years As A Polyigimist (The Other Wife I)

by Joan Norman

I opened the door to a very persistent knocking and saw a female police officer standing on my porch. In great astonishment I asked, “May I help you?”

The officer said, “I am looking for Joan Norman. I have a warrant for her arrest. Are you Joan?”

Not being familiar with situations like this, and with great unawareness I answered, “Yes, who is pressing these charges?”

“Your father,” the officer said.

I felt the emotions rising within me, choking off anything I could say. Tears were blurring my vision, and I felt paralyzed for the moment.

Controlling my emotions, I then asked the officer, “What am I being arrested for?”

The officer replied, “Being an unfit mother.” She continued by saying, “I also need to take the children to the Department of Human and Social Services, as they are being taken away from you.”

I said, “I will not take the warrant nor let you in.”

The officer asked, “Can I come in and make a phone call for backup?”

By this time I was very nervous, wondering what in the world I was going to do. If I let the police officer come into the house I would be arrested, but did I have the legal right to not let her in? The fear was building up inside of me to the point that I could hardly think. My head was spinning. Looking at the officer I said, “I cannot let you in.” The officer went back to her car. My mind was racing trying to think of what I could do. There was no way I was going to have my four boys taken from me, let alone be arrested!



A Party to the Crime: The True Story of Dewain Williams

by Dewain Williams

Follow the true story of an intelligent young man growing up in a world of drugs, alcohol and crime. Share in his battle as he tries to do the right thing and be a good role model but falls into trouble at every turn. Join Dewain as his family goes through changes and fights to survive and stay together in a time of hardships and trials. His journey will take you through the joys of his rough childhood and into an even rougher adult life. What is in store for Dewain next?



Blow Jobs: A Guide to Making it in Show Business, or Not!: A ‘How Not To’ by The Counter Culture Diva

by Dolores DeLuce

BLOW JOBS: A Guide to Making it in Show Business, or NOT! is a cautionary tale–not for the squeamish or faint-of-heart.
Always a loose whore for Show Business, the Counter Culture Diva confesses to doing almost anything to survive in Hollywood…except for taking a day job. She defends her choices: “I needed to keep my calendar open for auditions.”
A “How Not To” filled with juicy, side-splitting autobiographical stories will burst the bubbles of Hollywood dreams and delusions.
Readers who devoured the Counter Culture Diva’s confessions in her first book, My Life, a Four Letter Word, will be delighted to know that Blow Jobs, picks up where that book ended. It takes the reader up and down the ladder to stardom, and brings you up to date, and reveals the fate of this aging Diva.
While dropping more names than the Beverly Hills ‘Who’s Who’, Dolores went from being Dean Martin’s maid to a bimbo’s slave that led to pubic hair trimming on XXX film sets. She dressed David Bowie, and The Ramones and endured humiliation as a nude extra in a Rob Zombie horror classic … and more.
She warns the reader, “If you can’t handle the truth and nothing but the naked truth, beware of BLOW JOBS: A Guide to Making it in Show Business, or NOT!



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