Skeleton in the
Closet: Eating Dis-
Fritz Liedtke. CreateSpace. $25 paper
(102p), ISBN 9781491020784
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Combining intimate photographs by
artist Liedtke with personal narratives
of women and men struggling with the
secrets of anorexia and bulimia, this book
challenges stereotypes about eating disor-
ders, mental health, and addiction.
Boy the Window:
Donald Earl Collins.
99 Jobs: Blood, Sweat, and Houses
Donald Earl Collins.
$13.99 paper (384p),
$4.49 e-book ISBN
A coming-of-age story about the
author’s search for redemption, trust, love,
success—for a life worth living. It’s about
one of the most important lessons of all:
what it takes to overcome inhumanity to
become whole and human again.
Joe Cotton wood. Clear Heart Books. $17.99
paper (302p), ISBN 9780615909448;
Just in time for the Winter Olympic Games, the incomparable
broadcaster, gold medalist, and world champion figure skater Dick Button demystifies the
sport in a book that is among the titles booksellers, publishers, and agents are encouraged
to take a look at the following listings of self-published books from authors either waiting
to be discovered or with a track record and a following who are doing it on their own.
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Life, love, construction.
A memoir by a writer and
contractor told in 99 stories that are gritty,
funny, and humane.
The View from Casa Chepitos:
A Journey Beyond the Border
Judith Gille. Davis Bay
Press. $14.99 paper (310p),
$3.99 e-book ISBN
Set in San Miguel de
Allende, Mexico, this story of two women’s cross-border journeys puts a human
face to the current immigration debate and
explores the deeper issues women of all ages
and cultures face.
Three for Ship: A Swan Song to
Dartmouth Beer Pong
Crispus Knight. Fuzzy
Plum Press. $4.99 e-book
Seventeen Guardian Angels
At Dartmouth Col-
lege, beer pong is more
than a game, it’s a way of
life. These are the brutally honest drunken
recollections of a misanthropic fraternity
brother at Dartmouth in the early 2000s.
Cynthia Papierniak. CreateSpace. $17 paper (154p),
$2.99 e-book ASIN
Two Years at Occidental College in the
A memoir about surviv-
ing maternal child abuse and the 17 people
who offered kindness, friendship, treatment,
compassion, and guidance.
Charles E. Rouse.
paper (282p), ISBN
e-book ASIN B004H4X-
Rouse spent two years at Occidental College in Los Angeles from the autumn of
1966 to graduation in 1968. They were
very turbulent years for the United States
and turbulent times for him.
I Remember: A Boy’s Years in
Ottomar Rudolf. Inkwater
Press. $13.95 paper (170p),
Forced to serve in the
Panzer Corps during WWII, Ottomar
Rudolf eventually moved to New York in