New Biography & Memoir Releases | June 2021

03 Jun 2021

New Biography & Memoir Releases | June 2021

Looking for some inspiration this week? Don’t miss out on these incredible true stories of discipline, resilience, and compassion. Start reading the newest from award-winning authors Rachel Kling, Ross A. MacInnes, Hana Meihan Davis, Lauren Ellman, Jeremy B. Jones, and Bina Briggs.


My Walk on the Aikido Path

by Rachel Kling

Release Date: April 20, 2021

From Rachel Kling comes the incredible and inspirational memoir on how Aikido changed her life. Throughout this book, you’ll become a part of her life story about how Aikido gave her direction and purpose. Her journey and fight towards a black belt: the better version of herself. And how she used that power, determination, and knowledge to build a better life, to find and master the profession she is passionate about.

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Shadows Come At Midnight

by Ross A. MacInnes

Release Date: April 26, 2021

This is a story of a journey through mental and emotional suffering to a life lived with purpose and joy…At seventeen, Ross MacInnes stole a car and was caught. At nineteen, he was sworn in as a member of the esteemed Royal Canadian Mounted Police. And by his thirtieth year of police service, he was a commander in the organized crime division of a major urban department.

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For The Love Of Hong Kong

by Hana Meihan Davis

Release Date: May 27, 2021

This is the debut book of Hana Meihan Davis, a journalist and aspiring architect whose work has been featured in The Washington Post, South China Morning Post, and the Yale Daily News. Born and raised in the aftermath of Hong Kong’s handover from Britain to China, the political turmoil of her home city is a source of creative inspiration. Davis takes readers into the heart of her city that has come under siege — and tells the astounding stories of the brave individuals who are resisting tyranny in a life-or-death struggle for freedom.

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by Lauren Ellman

Release Date: May 25, 2021

“A fresh and important memoir that every millennial must read.” – International Bestselling Author, Kandi Steiner. How has that shift affected our mental health? That’s the question Lauren has been trying to answer for the past decade, exploring the intersection of mental health and social media use. This is her story of coming of age in the digital age, all while her undiagnosed anxiety disorder bubbles under the surface until finally demanding to be treated.

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Bearwallow

by Jeremy B. Jones

Release Date: May 25, 2021

From the award-winning author, Jeremy B. Jones, comes a stunning memoir that meshes narrative and myth, geology and genealogy, fiddle tunes, and local color about the briskly changing and oft-stigmatized world of southern Appalachians. Jeremy’s search sends him burrowing in the past: hunting buried treasure and POW camps, unearthing Civil War graves and family feuds, exploring gated communities and tourist traps, encountering changed accents and immigrant populations, tracing Wal-Mart’s sidewalks and carved-out mountains, all while pondering the future.

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The Red Thread

by Bina Briggs

Release Date: May 27, 2021

“A beautifully written book spanning continents, decades, and cultures.” – Bestselling Author Dr. Amir Khan…Bina Briggs, who arrived in the UK as a refugee from Uganda in 1972, shares a series of stories of life lessons, of love, strength, and determination. The book details resilience, tenderness, kindness, and gratitude. You will find humor, failures, friendships, and successes, experienced mainly by women.

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