Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 09 Oct 18

‘good ideas’: future plans

by David Cody Robert Forkner

I write ideas almost every day, I want them shared with the world

I used to write on paper, but it got lost usually.

thank you kdp.com for saving my book online



Mystery person: The role of mystery person in our life

by Umida Mamaziyaeva

How do you think, who is the most important person in your life? After reading my book, I think you will think much more about this question. This is the first edition of my book. Soon you can read the next editions (continuation of the events). I am sure that you will like the next parts of my book, it will be the most intriguing story in your life.



Today’s Moment of Happiness Despite the News

by Kathie Giorgio

“Giorgio’s compassion is memorable.” –KIRKUS REVIEW

It wasn’t a typical response to depression. Reaching a new low in her life, Kathie Giorgio, a natural skeptic, decides to fight her sadness by publically posting one moment of happiness every day on Facebook.

The response is overwhelming. People flock to her page to see each day’s new post. Soon, Kathie launches Today’s Moment Of Happiness Despite The News as her blog. She vows to continue this daily Today’s Moment for a year.

And what a year! Her husband loses his job not once, but twice. Her autistic daughter is so bullied on social media, she is moved to a new school. And Kathie herself is diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer.

In a year of Down, Kathie finds Up. Today’s Moment Of Happiness Despite The News is a powerhouse movement, a force that goes beyond positive thinking. One year. One woman. And many, many lives touched and changed.



Blind: A Memoir

by Belo Cipriani

Imagine that the most severe physical pain and sorrow of your life was caused by the people you trusted most. In the spring of 2007, Belo Cipriani was beaten and robbed of his sight at the hands of his childhood friends. “Blind: A Memoir” chronicles the two years immediately following the assault. At the age of 26, Belo found himself learning to walk, cook, and date in the dark. Armed with visual memory and his newly developed senses, Belo shows readers what the blind see. He narrates the little known world of the blind, where microwaves, watches, and computers talk, and where guide dogs guard as well as lead.



Una noche en un hotel (Spanish Edition)

by Azah Lop

No es sexo…son historias



Me an our Kid Part Deux

by Michael Yarwood

The true story continues about two brothers growing up in postwar Liverpool.
Being from a broken home and stigmatised for most of their childhood as no hopers and vagabonds. Life in the early 1950s was hard enough without this added pressure. The fought shoulder to shoulder, laughed and cried together. It is a story of mayhem, mischief and poverty with the added ingredient of comedy.



Shade Tree 35

by Charlie Hull

This is more than an account of the restoration of a 1935 Ford truck. It is about the life of the man who restored it, working most often beneath the shelter of mere tree branches. It is the telling of the searching, finding and the making of various parts for the truck over the years, as well as the lessons learned along the way. It is the telling of how new life was breathed into the old 35, as well as how eternal life was breathed into the man, Charlie Patrick Hull Jr., by God Almighty.



Little Miss Vicious: A Collection of True Crime

by Teri Connors

an anthology of true crime
These petite women didn’t let their small nature deter them from committing murder and mayhem across the country.
Erin Caffey – The clock on the wall of the Caffey house showed 3.55am – the time that the flames had engulfed the Texan cabin which had been home to Terry Caffey, 41, his 37-year-old wife, Penny, and their three children – 16-year-old Erin, Matthew, 13, and Tyler, who was 8.
But it wasn’t the fire which had claimed the lives of Terry’s family…
It was Erin Caffey

Kristina Fetters – Kristina Fetters was the youngest woman in the state of Iowa to get sentenced to life in prison without parole after she murdered her great-aunt. But eighteen years later she would be re-sentenced after the Supreme Court ruled that mandatory life sentences for minors was unconstitutional.
Kristina would later be released to a hospice center as she developed breast cancer in prison.
But what happened that fateful night of October 25th, 1994? Kristina was only fourteen years old, five-feet tall and barely one hundred pounds. Yet she committed one of the most brutal assaults in the history of her Iowa town.
This is what transpired in her life before and after she committed a brutal murder of her loving aunt.



STEVE JOBS: A Steve Jobs Biography

by Anna Revell

Steve Jobs: A Steve Jobs Biography

Black polo neck, jeans, slim frame; in later life head semi-shaven, stylish glasses, and carefully manicured stubble.

The iconic image of Steve Jobs is easy to picture.

But what of the man himself? Without a doubt, he was a person of enormous contrasts and contradictions. On the one hand, controlling, full of absolute self-belief, a man whose trust in his own intuition occasionally betrayed him but mostly led him to enormous success.

A man famously difficult to work for -demanding, critical, sensitive to criticism, prone to temper tantrums of the highest order, especially when younger. Yet, at the same time, someone who knew that by putting his business above all else, he was helping those who worked for him.

Immensely rich, but secretive about how he used that money. In fact, secretive about all aspects of his private life.



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