Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 17 Sep 18

Online Dating: Hook, Lies and Scammers

by Steven Pullman

Online dating is defined per Wikipedia as: “Online dating is a system that enables people to find and introduce themselves to new personal connections over the Internet, usually with the goal of developing personal, romantic, or sexual relationships.” (Wikipedia, n.d.) It is further defined in the Urban Dictionary as “Online Dating is where you call text or email the person which is your online gf/bf and send pictures and talk on the phone and meet each-other in real life.” (Urban Dictionary)
The Oxford Dictionary says it’s “the practice of searching for a romantic or sexual partner on the Internet, typically via a dedicated website” (Oxford Dictionary, n.d.)

Warren Buffett: The Worldâ??s Greatest Investor, or Just an Extremely Lucky Guy? (Smart Investor Book 1)

by Prof. Tyler Yamazaki



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Warren Buffett is known to be a famous investor, philanthropist, and business magnate. He started investing in the stock market at the young age of 11 and filed his first tax return at just 13 years old. He is fast approaching his 90th year of life, meaning he carries close to 80 years of experience in the stock market and investments overall. It is safe to assume he is probably the most experienced investor on earth, if age is an indication. If you want solid information about how you can get involved in investing, or how you can make better investments, then there is no better person to turn to than Warren Buffett.

This book was designed not only to pay tribute to the world’s greatest investor but also to give you direct access to his best advice for those looking to become better investors. Whether you are a beginner, or you have been investing for some time now, you can guarantee that you are going to access some great advice here that will help you become an incredible investor all on your own. After all, you simply cannot get advice from a billionaire investor and then walk away without having grown from experience.

Somewhere out there, you will see tons of â??investment experts’ creating all sorts of theories revolving around how Warren Buffett is just a really lucky guy. The ironic aspect is that all those so-called â??experts’ are in fact not as successful as Buffett, they are not as rich as Buffett.

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  • Good Investments to get involved in.
  • How you can decide whether an investment is a good one.
  • What is required before you ever get involved in all these investments.
  • How to Minimize Risks and increase your Ability to Succeed.

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Unmarked Escape Routes: A Memoir of Forgiveness

by Dee Dee Prince

This coming of age story chronicles a child’s struggle between remaining loyal to her family of origin and the desire to flee from its terror.

The memoir is seen through the eyes of Deborah, the eldest of three children born to an unlikely couple: an Oakey sailor and an English nurse, who are both reeling from the horrors of war and broken hearts from lost loves. They meet by chance and attempt to create a life together. Momma is looking for a better life in America while Daddy is looking for his next bottle of beer.

As a child, Deborah internalizes her family’s dysfunction, struggles with insecurities, and has a â??band of bullies’ inside her head that aim to beat her down. In order to survive emotionally, she seeks solace in her secrets, in nature’s magical artistry and from the love of an unseen presence that ultimately absolves her of undeserved blame.

As the family unravels, Deborah is faced with continuous upheaval where she must navigate through roller coasters of terrain that shuffled her from town to town, house to house, with and without parents. What could have easily broken her, instead gave Deborah an inner strength and resilience through friendships and families not made up of blood, but of a love and willingness to give her the sense of belonging that she had always yearned for.

Unmarked Escape Routes is a soul-searching portrayal of a young girl who grows up, climbs the wall of her past, and becomes a woman who can look back on it with compassion, gratitude and freedom.

GEORGE S.PATTON: The Entire Life Story of an Outstanding General (Great Biographies Book 1)

by The History Hour

George S.Patton

An Outstanding General

One of the greatest military heroes

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Patton’s life was a patchwork of a hard-driving leadership style, a colorful and sarcastic personality, and a series of dire political missteps. His image is often contradictory. On one hand, he was a hot spark who could often fly off the handle and say and do things that were injurious to himself and others. On the other hand, he was a gifted orator whose capacity to inspire his troops was second to none. Reconciling those elements of his being can sometimes be a tricky proposition.

Inside you’ll read about

  • Born to be a Soldier
  • Foreign Wars
  • Between the Wars
  • World War II Begins
  • Hard Fighting Ahead
  • Normandy
  • Normandy
  • The Battle of the Bulge
  • Germany
  • After the Fighting
  • Legacy

And much more!
What makes Patton a controversial figure, and who was he, really? From privileged birth to Olympic athlete to conqueror, this is the story of George S. Patton.

Owen’s Journey: The True Story of a Little Boy’s Fight Against Cancer

by Karen Harmsworth

Owen’s Journey is a true story about a young boy’s fight against cancer, written by his mum Karen Harmsworth. Owen was diagnosed with Stage 3 Wilm’s tumour back in February 2014, when he was only four years of age. The story starts from before diagnosis then onto hearing the devastating news, the treatment, surgery and the rollercoaster of emotions that was endured. The strength, positivity and bravery of Owen during his fight was absolutely amazing. I hope this story will help other families as well as give an insight and, most importantly, awareness of childhood cancer and the devastating impact it has on families.

ALBERT EINSTEIN: A man of many faces. The Entire Life Story (Great Biographies Book 1)

by The History Hour

Albert Einstein

A man of many faces

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Albert Einstein was an outstanding physician and mathematician of the 20th century. He was a pure genius who created a formula that would build a bomb capable of killing thousands at a time. Albert learned to play the violin. He could play a few notes on the piano or the violin, and then he would jot down notes on some theory. Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922.

Inside you will read about…

  • A Genius Shows Up with a Deformed Head
  • The Odd Shaped Head Starts to Read
  • Einstein Had A “Miracle Year”
  • Einstein Finds He Has Enemies
  • Albert Had His Problems Too
  • Did Einstein Have a 3rd Son? You Decide
  • The End is Soon to Come
  • What Exactly Was the Legacy of Einstein?

And much more!

As far as the way he lived his life, well, read on, and you be the judge to see if you think he had a full and happy life. Einstein’s story awaits you on the pages ahead.

Loving the Crazy: A Memoir

by Shae Campbell

Being single is rough. Trying to find a good man in a world full of wackadoodles is bordering on the impossible.Just for fun, throw in a truckload of insecurities and the search for romantic love and self-acceptance skyrockets to a whole new level of ‘jacked up’.This is just one woman’s story~a collection of memories and insights, love interests and breakdowns, stupid decisions and misdirected hopes…all with a bit of irreverent fun and laughter along the journey. Don’t be mistaken. Loving yourself can be a tough gig and dating is not for sissies.

Computer Systems Architect: From Systems Engineer to IBM Fellow, Experiencing IBM from the Inside

by James Brady

From the age of Tom Watson Jr. to the era of Lou Gerstner, Jim Brady knitted a seemingly random walk through technical, staff, sales, development, and executive positions participating in most aspects of large systems progress during this time. From the excitement of the introduction of the System/360, a quantum leap in computing; the recovery from the $8 billion Future System fiasco; the restructuring of the MVS operating system to be nearly unhackable; and the architecting of commercial supercomputers; Jim was there in ever increasing roles. Computer Systems Architect is the behind-the-scenes eyewitness account of the events that shaped the mainframe, disk subsystem, and communications. It covers the key people of the time, their personalities, biases, strengths, and weaknesses in the context of the actions they took to further IBM and/or their careers. Computer System Architect is an interesting and fun memoir from small town Nebraska boy that found a way to contribute to one of the most important technologies of his era.

Through The Shattered Glass

by Jeanie Clarke

It began as the classic rags to riches story of a girl who escaped a life of misery to attain accidental fame and fortune in the United States.

But what happened to the girl when the American dream became a living nightmare?

Jeanie Clarke, who shot to wrestling stardom as Lady Blossom, reveals all in this frank account of her individual rise, fall and retribution, and struggles to sustain a family with a husband who was driven to become the greatest wrestling star the world had ever known.

For years, she suffered in silence to survive personal tragedy, the pressures of fame, and drug addiction: a self-destructive lifestyle that spiralled out of control.

This uncompromising autobiography exposes the dark nature of the substance abuse culture which gripped the entertainment industry, examining the consequences to a broken family that it created.

It is a detailed account of her highs and lows during a lifetime in the wrestling business, and the ultimate cost it had on those around her.

This is a story of personal survival that remained unknown… until now.

Travel Adventures for the Young at Heart: Two high-spirited seniors capture glittering memories and fascinating discoveries in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Venice, Athens, Istanbul and other magical places.

by Sunny and Al Lockwood

Too old to travel the world? Don’t you believe it! These travel memoirs will have you packing your bag and searching for your passport.

When Al and Sunny Lockwood registered for a 12-day Mediterranean cruise, little did they know that their trip would morph into 42 days of fascinating travel, surprising discoveries, colorful characters, and delicious fun.

This box set captures their engrossing journey in dazzling detail.

Candid, authentic, warmly personal, Travel Adventures for the Young at Heartis full of enthusiasm and life and great advice on traveling.

Visit awe-inspiring cathedrals, romantic canals, quaint hotels and magical neighborhoods.

From Amsterdam’s Red Light District to the nerve-wracking ride on Athens’ Acropolis lift, the high-spirited Lockwoods prove it’s never too late to capture glittering memories to last a lifetime.

Buy Travel Adventures for the Young at Heart today and join Al and Sunny on their unforgettable journey.

Lobster Boy : The True Story of Grady Stiles

by Samantha Rock

Life is often chaotic for many people. Every individual goes through unique struggles that shape them into the person that they become as adults and define the legacy they leave behind. However, some legacies are better left in the dark, forgotten in some corner of history where they can rot into nonexistence. This may seem harsh, but there are certain family traditions that should not be carried on, imposed on children, and dredged into the new generation. This is a story of murder, violence, and a tragic family heritage that no one had any control over.
Much of this narrative is hearsay and speculation. There are many events in this tale that cannot be confirmed or corroborated. But the base facts are true, and in that truth there is a dark tale of a sad man, with a trying life who was either purely evil or greatly misunderstood. It will be up to you to decide.

The Disappearance of Joan Risch: A collection of True Crime Stories

by Jessi Gomes

She just vanished…

The morning of October 24, 1961, started just like any other day for the Risch family of Lincoln, Massachusetts.

Martin Risch was up before dawn, preparing to leave for a business trip he’d arranged. The plan was to drive himself to Logan Airport and then catch an 8 a.m. flight to New York City, where he planned to stay the night in Manhattan. After her husband left the house, Joan Risch woke their two children and busied herself making their breakfast.

Once the kids were fed, Joan took them across the street to the neighbour’s house – Barbara Barker would look after her son David while she and her daughter Lillian drove the family’s blue 1951 Chevrolet into Bedford, where Joan had scheduled an appointment with a dentist after hearing a glowing recommendation from Morton, a friend from college…later that day, Joan would disappear in what would be one of the strangest missing persons case in modern history.

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