6 Inspiring New Memoir Releases

05 Apr 2024

6 Inspiring New Memoir Releases

Embark on a journey of self-discovery with our selection of six inspiring new memoir releases. From tales of triumph to stories of resilience, these memoirs offer poignant insights into the lives of their authors. Join us as we explore the depths of human experience and find inspiration in the pages of these remarkable narratives.

Bear It All: The Tanya Jean Story

by Tanya Jean Steeves

Release Date: December 23, 2023

An inspiring true story of survival, against all odds. Tanya Jean’s remarkable account of what it takes to get into and maintain a survivor mindset will give you a window into her living nightmare and how she lived through and survived it all. Decades of narcissistic physical and mental abuse, a widow maker, two near-death experiences, and more.

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Ghost Town Living

by Brent Underwood

Release Date: March 19, 2024

Ghost Town Living is a thrilling read, but it’s also a call to action—to question our too-practical lives and instead seek adventure, build something original, redefine work, and embrace the unknown. It shows what it means to dedicate your life to something, to take a mighty swing at a crazy idea and, like the cardsharps who once haunted Cerro Gordo, go all in.

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Wild Life

by Rae Wynn-Grant

Release Date: April 2, 2024

In this vulnerable and urgent memoir, Rae Wynn-Grant explores the ever-shifting relationship between humans, animals, and the earth through her personal journey to becoming a wildlife ecologist.

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Arctic Traverse

by Michael Engelhard

Release Date: April 1, 2024

A lyrical memoir that interweaves wilderness, homeland, cultural connections, historical figures, humor, and gritty experiences across northern Alaska, Arctic Traverse: A Thousand-Mile Summer of Trekking the Brooks Range takes readers along on a once-in-a-lifetime journey.

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Cloistered: My Years as a Nun

by Catherine Coldstream

Release Date: March 12, 2024

An exploration of the limits of trust, Cloistered shows us how far youthful idealism can take us along the road of self-surrender, and of how much harm is done when institutional flaws go unacknowledged. Catherine’s honest account of her time in the monastery – and her dramatic flight from it – is both a love song to a lost community and an exploration of what is most compelling, yet most potentially destructive when closed human groups become laws unto themselves.

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The Mango Tree: A Memoir of Fruit, Florida, and Felony

by Annabelle Tometich

Release Date: April 2, 2024

This “witty, humorous, and heartfelt“ (Cinelle Barnes) memoir navigates the tangled branches of Annabelle Tometich’s life, from growing up in Florida as the child of a Filipino mother and a deceased white father to her adult life as a med-school-reject-turned-food-critic.

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