by Ginna BB Gordon
276 pages, softbound, 6 x 9 inches
Illustrated, 108 Recipess
Volume One in Ginna's Honey Baby Darlin' memoir series about cooking, love, and the love of cooking. Living on her grandfather's farm, a little girl takes her first steps on the journey to the art of cooking. Learn more...
The Gingerbread Farm
by Ginna BB Gordon
320 pages, softbound, 6 x 9 inches
Illustrated, 160 Recipess
Volume Two in Honey Baby Darlin'. Surrounded by an array of loving characters, a young girl develops her understanding of food, the art of nurturing, and the kitchen. Learn more...
Soul Companion: A Memoir
by Judy Hilyard, RN, MN
230 pages, 6 x 9 inches
After a 47-year career as an ICU nurse, Judy Hilyard took a completely different road and became an Anam Aira, a soul companion, for those who have died or are in the final stages of dying. Soul Companion is the story of what Judy has learned as she cares for souls on both sides of the Veil. Learn more...
Memoir of a journey
Aunt in the Amazon
La Tia en la selva Amazónica
by Diane Wallace
A true adventure coloring book story
in parallel English and Spanish
Illustrations by the author
80 pages, softcover, 8.5 x 11 inches
This coloring book story in Spanish and English takes you on the author's own canoe trip on the Amazon River. It's the perfect book for bilingual families with kids of all ages. The engaging and true story will inspire curiosity about the world, interest in other cultures and a desire to travel without fear. Learn more...
The Emerging Healer
by Chevonna Gaylor, LMFT
Print and eBook
112 pages, softcover, 5 x 8 inches
In this insightful narrative for therapists and mental health professionals, Chevonna Gaylor models the process of exploring your own personal story to support your growth as a healer. She shares her experiences, hoping you will consider your own. Ideas for clinical application and a processing question are provided at the end of each chapter, to stimulate your thoughts about the content. Learn more...
Memoir of childhood
A Curious Quest
for Absolute Truth
by Sharon Mehdi
128 pages, softcover, 6.5 x 6.5"
When Sharon Mehdi was six she heard for the first time the word immortal, and on its heels, eternal and infinite. Thus were the seeds of obsession sown. Whether out of pity or exasperation, her grandmother said there was something Sharon could do so she would never die. "Write one book so filled with absolute truth it will make you immortal."This book is the poignant, irresistible, laugh-out-loud beginning of this best-selling author's Curious Quest for Absolute Truth — a journey that takes her decades longer and continents farther than she ever dreamed possible. Learn more...
The Nealons of Table Rock
Katherine Nealon in 1973
244 pages, softcover, 8.5x11 inches
In 1973 Katherine Nealon compiled and wrote a history of her ancestors, who homesteaded in Southern Oregon in the 1880s. Lucky Valley Press created an exact digital facsimile of the original hand-illustrated type-written manuscript. Find it online...
by Richard Rawson
154 pages, 6 x 9 inches
softcover and hardcover
The compelling story of seven generations of the Rawson family, from the governing councils of Puritan Boston in the 1600s to the rich farmlands of southern Michigan two hundred years later. Learn more ...
Biography and Family History
by Charles Osborne
The story of S.F.B Morse,
the founder of Pebble Beach
166 pages, 6 x 9 inches
hardcover with dust jacket
75 vintage photographs
S.F.B Morse first arrived on the Monterey Peninsula in 1915, and fell in love with the pristine forested hills and spectacular Pacific coastline. There he created a playground for his wealthy sporting friends and called it "Pebble Beach." This definitive biography written by Morse's grandson, is the first time his story has been told. Learn more...
Fiction based closely on personal story
Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story
A novel by EA Luetkemeyer
Illustrations by the author
404 pages, softcover, 6 x 9 inches
In the 1980s, Dean Davis, a 30-something, educated, straight white male from affluent Sausalito, California, is sent to an Illinois prison filled with inmates from the mean streets of Chicago. What challenges does he meet? How does the experience affect his social and political consciousness? This witty book is an honest look at Dean's experience, but it's written with humor and is meant to be kind of a romp. As the author says, the book "will appeal to adventurous and intelligent readers of all persuasions who appreciate a literary walk on the wild side."
Sobrietease by Martha Carucci
192 pages, softcover, 5 x 8 inches
For many, the word alcoholic conjures up images of the person on the street with a brown-bagged bottle. But what about the mom next to you at the PTA meeting? This is a humorous and heartfelt story about a suburban mom's journey through recovery and sobriety into a better life. Read it and weep and hopefully laugh. Learn more...
Memoir of a family fleeing WWII
by Antonius Laenen
Cover and illustrations by the author
116 pages, softcover, 6 x 9 inches
The book's subtitle says it all: "An escape from Nazi-occupied Europe during WWIIA story from a father to his children based on real life incidents." Laenen tells the heartfelt story of his family's journey from Europe to the USA to escape the Nazis. Find it on Amazon...