Autobiography and Memoir

Penned by some truly inspirational people, these stories are bound to enthrall

Step into someone else’s shoes and experience the world from a different point of view. Amongst our collection you can find first-hand accounts of war-torn countries and battles with life-threatening diseases. Penned by some truly inspirational people, these stories are bound to enthrall.

The Way It Was
The Way It Was
While the press invariably referred to Bobby Verwey as ‘Gary Player's brother-in-law' throughout his long career, Bobby's own hard-won golfing...
That's It
That's It
When the boy takes on his first job, he does it simply for the pocket money. With early starts and difficult employers to contend with, life as a...
Dear Isobel
Dear Isobel
Coping with a child’s death is traumatic and isolating. A personal and moving story, Dear Isobel tells the truth about that trauma and isolation...
Goodbye to the Horse Village
Goodbye to the Horse Village
This is mainly a memoir, describing the author’s early years growing up in the 1950s in the unspectacular, but pretty, North Hertfordshire village of...
The Green Badge of Knowledge
The Green Badge of Knowledge
An Oxton cockney and proud of it, Tony Davidson speaks in East End vernacular, giving the lowdown on a childhood of tough love among London’s street...
How to Best Help an Autism Mum
How to Best Help an Autism Mum
Life changes rapidly when a child is diagnosed with autism. As parents, we are shell-shocked, laid bare, unsure as to where our new circumstances...
How he Robbed me of my Three Baby Daughters
How he Robbed me of my Three Baby Daughters
My three daughters were aged between one and five when they were taken from me by their father. He had denied his relationship with the underage girl...
The Sherman Farm
The Sherman Farm
In The Sherman Farm, Leza Turini writes of her teenage years spent on the farm, in the town of Burrillville, which was possessed by the spirits of...

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