Hitchhiking to Madness will leave you speechless. It is such an awe-inspiring, complicated tale and at times it is so rich with lasting lessons that you must remind yourself that it is a true story. While covering pertinent social themes and thoughtful insight on the horrors of mental illness, Dr. Carol Hamilton chronicles a life journey like no other.
In this must-read memoir, acclaimed actress Mimi Kennedy reveals the complex and inescapable forces that pushed her onto the stage – even as a child. She writes with tremendous vulnerability, wit, and humor that captures your attention and gently touches your heart. Whether you are an actor, a theatre lover, or simply are interested in a deeply human story with familiar truths, then this is the book for you.
Diane Simard is a psycho-oncology influencer, a messaging strategist to senior business executives, an award-winning author, a national speaker on women in business and survivorship, and an advocate to bring more attention to the psychological trauma caused by cancer.
In February, we recognized and celebrated Black History Month. As we now transition to Women’s History Month, this is the perfect book to read. Black Girl White Skin touches on the intersection of identity and provides hope to readers – even in life’s darkest moments.
Jordan Toma is an inspiring and empowering figure who supports young students with learning disabilities. His life-changing teachings can be learned in his book, I’m Just a Kid with an IEP.
Going Off Script is one of the best selling titles on Bookshop right now, and for good reason. This magnificent memoir presents an unforgettable story about resilience and faith. The book shares Ruth Doeschner’s life story – from her challenging upbringing in Ghana to her life in the United States of America. A story filled with adversity, hardships, and success; the book is certain to motivate readers to overcome the odds in their own lives.