Why would a man who has everything leave?
Denis Hickey, a successful Silicon Valley businessman at the peak of his career, trades his Mercedes for a backpack and travels the world for a year. A year that would change his life forever. He leaves his high-powered job and hectic lifestyle, says go...
It was madness from the moment I left.
Every year thousands of people leave to travel the world. Not everyone has the same experience. I spent my student loan on a ticket around the world. I was out of the country straight after graduation. I left London for Bangkok with Rory and James, my two ...
"A LIFETIME OF MUSIC describes events that have occurred during my life.My tour of record companies in the early 1960's.Meeting celebrities (Jimmy Reed,Cliff Richard etc.).Being at E.M.I. just before the Beatles first sessions.Life on two continents. My early experiences and careers.Events that m...
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This is a fictionalized memoir of the Jim Pavis Family from the European immigration of his grandparents in the mid-19h century to the mid-20th century with a description of the life and times first in New York City and later in the San Francisco Bay Area of California
Robert Charles McCoy Jr. is a young, two time breast cancer survivor. He is also a Hurricane Katrina survivor, poet, public speaker, barber, and conversationalist. Robert recently published his first book. SCARS: A Man's Battle with Breast Cancer is available at www.lulu.com.
Your hometown has been destroyed.
Forced to relocate, you are now a thousand miles away from your loved ones.
You learn that you have cancer soon after.
What would you do?
How would that experience change you?
Would it leave you with scars?
This is a true story.
When Lynne Ashdown, her new lover, and more than fifty Italian male cyclists departed Italy in June of 1990, no one had yet ventured into the Long-closed reaches of Eastern Europe since the falling of the Iron Curtain more than forty years before. They would be cycling almost a thousand miles fro...
Kim Darby had never had to work in her entire life. After leaving college at 18 she had married her childhood sweetheart. By the time she was 30 she had three young daughters aged eleven, nine and seven. She had a lovely home and she had a husband who had selfishly passed away, without any insura...