There are some books that make us stop and count our blessings – as life can change in an instant. The Long Way Home reminds us of this reality. The book shows how a routine bike ride home from work can turn an entire family’s life upside down. But, amidst the adversity and pain, hope is never lost. You’ll be blown away by Shauna Joas’ memoir and her resilience despite facing the most frightening circumstances.
Norman Mathews’ autobiography, The Wrong Side of the Room: A Life in Musical Theater, is a multidimensional masterpiece that reminds readers there is hope, no matter what. In the book, Mathews shares his fascinating life story. It’s a tale of a small-town boy who grew up to be a dancer on Broadway and movies, and after a severe back injury, he reinvented himself to become a composer and playwright. It’s rich with compelling and at times heart wrenching details about coming of age, coming out, and becoming a respected artist.
This new release on Bookshop is an absolute must-read. Written by USA Today bestselling author Laura Banks, her riveting memoir shares a deep dive into her taste of fame while piloting the Reliant in Star Trek II.
This Book of the Day is life-changing. Unashamed is the engrossing story of Aziza Kibibi's life surviving years of sexual abuse from her father, Aswad Ayinde.
On the surface, our book of the day is filled with fiery hope and optimism. It tells the powerful true story of Max Mangum and his lifelong dream of pitching in the big leagues. Max was born with a gift. His fastball sizzled at 100 miles per hour. He was deadly accurate, and paired his God-given talents with an unmatched passion and love for the game. But with his gift, he was born with a tragic curse.