6 New Biographies and Memoirs to Inspire and Educate

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21 Apr 2023

6 New Biographies and Memoirs to Inspire and Educate

Reading about other people’s lives, whether through a thorough biography or captivating memoir, can be inspiring, relatable, beautiful, and educational. If you’re looking for more books like this, check out these new releases from authors Stephen Todd, Anthony Chin-Quee, Brianna Craft, Sandeep Jauhar, Jeff Benedict, Frank Dimatteo, and Michael Benson. Happy reading!

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Goin’ back to Californ-I-A

by Stephen Todd

Release Date: March 25, 2023

In 1988, Stephen Todd served a successful church mission to San Bernardino, California, where he found his true calling — a love for people and sales. In his latest work, Steve shows how trusting in God helped him grow in faith, and ultimately led him to achieve his dreams. Now a successful producer and songwriter, Steve can attest that, with a simple testimony of Jesus Christ, and unwavering faith in God, we can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

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I Can’t Save You

by Anthony Chin-Quee

Release Date: April 4, 2023

As a self-described “not white, mostly Black, and questionably Asian man,” Chin-Quee knows that he doesn’t fit easily into any category. Growing up in a family with a background of depression, he struggled with relationships, feelings of inadequacy, and a fear of failure that made it difficult for him to forge lasting bonds with others. To repair that, he began his own unflinching examination of what it means to be both a physician and a Black man today. What saved him and his sanity was not medicine but storytelling: by sharing stories from his life and career, Chin-Quee learned how powerful the truth can be in helping to forgive yourself and others as you chart a new way forward.

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Everything That Rises

by Brianna Craft

Release Date: April 4, 2023

Nineteen-year-old Brianna Craft is having a panic attack. A professor’s matter-of-fact explanation of the phenomenon known as “climate change” has her white-knuckling the table in her first environmental studies lecture. Out of her father’s house, she was supposed to be safe. This moment changed everything for Brianna. In this memoir that blends the political with the personal, Brianna dives into what it means to advocate for the future, and for the people and places you love, all while ensuring your own voice doesn’t get lost in the process.

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My Father’s Brain: Life in the Shadow of Alzheimer’s

by Sandeep Jauhar

Release Date: April 11, 2023

“Blending the humor, compassion, and absorbing family drama of first-rate memoir with expert science writing, [Sandeep Jauhar] has composed a can’t-miss introduction to what has been called The Age of Alzheimer’s.” —Sanjay Gupta, author of Keep Sharp and World War C. A deeply affecting memoir of a father’s descent into dementia, and a revelatory inquiry into why the human brain degenerates with age and what we can do about it.

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by Jeff Benedict

Release Date: April 11, 2023

LeBron tells the full, riveting saga of how a child adrift found the will to become a titan. Jeff Benedict, the most celebrated sports biographer of our time, paints a vivid picture of LeBron’s epic origin story, showing the gradual rise of a star who, surrounded by a tight-knit group of teenage friends and adult mentors, accelerated into a speeding comet during high school.

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The Cigar: Carmine Galante, Mafia Terror

by Frank Dimatteo & Michael Benson

Release Date: March 28, 2023

The brutal and blood-stained true story of one of the most feared bosses in American Mafia history, who rose from tenement street thug to notorious hit man to a prime mover behind the legendary French Connection. And the bodies piled up. “At times, this book is unsettling. Other times, it’s humorous. No matter what part you’re reading, it’ll remain a tour-de-force.” —Criminal Element on The President Street Boys

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