Subject: Great Indie & Small Press Books in Your Library Oct 1-7

Dear Friend,

Below are this week's recommendations of best-selling and award-winning indie & small press books.
LibraryBub Books Oct 1-7
Warrior Patient
by Temple Emmet Williams

This Readers' Favorite gold medal winner is about a person who uses laughter, love, good doctors and guts to completely recover from cancer, kidney failure, dialysis, deadly infections, partial blindness, shingles, large open wounds, a hernia and a little amputation.

It takes almost three years to accomplish, but the patient now plays tennis seven days a week (weather permitting), walks, bikes and works out in the gym. Almost miraculously, he is "back to normal." He laughs a lot. How did he do it?

Category: Biographies & Memoirs/Health, Mind & Body

In Pursuit of Joy
by Gary Green

This book has been called inspiring and brutally honest. Using examples from his own recovery from depression and alcoholism, as well as drawing from a wide range of sources, Gary Green demystifies mental illness and addiction. This concise and understandable book teaches lessons that are essential for anyone struggling with their life; but also valuable for everyone.

This Readers' Favorite bronze medal winner will change your perspective from avoidance of pain to a pursuit of joy.

Category: Memoirs/Personal Growth
Hamfist Trilogy
by G.E. Nolly

George Nolly served as a pilot in the United States Air Force, flying 315 combat missions on two successive tours of duty in Vietnam.

The "Hamfist Trilogy" is a recipient of the Gold Medal Global eBook Awards, the bronze medal from the Military Writers Society of America, and a Merit Award from the CIPA EVVY Awards.

"I recommend highly this trilogy to anyone who wishes to know all there is to know about the attitudes and daily activities of those who flew airplanes in the Vietnam War." - Vietnam Veterans of America Books in Review

Category: Military-Vietnam War

We trust that your readers will enjoy our hand-picked selection.

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Alinka Rutkowska
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