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Like Me

Author: Chely Wright
Publisher: Pantheon
ISBN: 0307379264
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Chely Wright, singer, songwriter, country music star, writes in this moving, telling memoir about her life and her career; about growing up in America’s heartland, the youngest of three children; about barely remembering a time when she didn’t know she was different. She writes about her parents, putting down roots in their twenties in the farming town of Wellsville, Kansas, Old Glory flying atop the poles on the town’s manicured lawns, and being raised to believe that hard work, honesty, and determination would take her far. She writes of making up her mind at a young age to become a country music star, knowing then that her feelings and crushes on girls were “sinful” and hoping and praying that she would somehow be “fixed.” (“Dear God, please don’t let me be gay. I promise not to lie. I promise not to steal. I promise to always believe in you . . . Please take it away.”) We see her, high school homecoming queen, heading out on her own at seventeen and landing a job as a featured vocalist on the Ozark Jubilee (the show that started Brenda Lee, Red Foley, and Porter Wagoner), being cast in Country Music U.S.A., doing four live shows a day, and—after only a few months in Nashville—her dream coming true, performing on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry . . . She describes writing and singing her own songs for producers who’d discovered and recorded the likes of Reba McEntire, Shania Twain, and Toby Keith, who heard in her music something special and signed her to a record contract, releasing her first album and sending her out on the road on her first bus tour . . . She writes of sacrificing all for a shot at success that would come a couple of years later with her first hit single, “Shut Up And Drive” . . . her songs (from her fourth album, Single White Female) climbing the Billboard chart for twenty-nine weeks, hitting the #1 spot . . . She writes about the friends she made along the way—Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, and others—writing songs, recording and touring together, some of the friendships developing into romantic attachments that did not end happily . . . Keeping the truth of who she was clutched deep inside, trying to ignore it in a world she longed to be a part of—and now was—a world in which country music stars had never been, could not be, openly gay . . . She writes of the very real prospect of losing everything she’d worked so hard to create . . . doing her best to have a real life—her best not good enough . . . And in the face of everything she did to keep herself afloat, she writes about how the vortex of success and hiding who she was took its toll: her life, a tangled mess she didn’t see coming, didn’t want to; and, finally, finding the guts to untangle herself from the image of the country music star she’d become, an image steeped in long-standing ideals and notions about who—and what—a country artist is, and what their fans expect them to be . . . I am a songwriter,” she writes. “I am a singer of my songs—and I have a story to tell. As I’ve traveled this path that has delivered me to where I am today, my monument of thanks, paying honor to God, remains. I will do all I can with what I have been given . . .” Like Me is fearless, inspiring, true. From the Hardcover edition.

Woman Like Me

Author: Curzio Malaparte
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1905237847
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Employing a short story format which finds an autobiographical thread, this book links together disparate times and loves in the author's life, a reassertion and reassembly of his identity in literary format. It presents an account of the author's memories, dreams and desires.

Bear Like Me

Author: Jonathan Cohen
Publisher: Lethe Press
ISBN: 1590213491
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Fired from his job at Phag magazine, Peter Mallory has to find a way to make a living...and get revenge! When his best friend suggests writing a book about the bear community--and using his new ursine look to go undercover at Phag--Peter is soon letting his body hair grow and practising the fine art of flannel couture. When Peter's sabotage campaign works only too well, he starts to run the risk of discovery. With an envious fellow bear set to unmask Peter as a fraud, and a relationship with an intriguing bear on the line, things are about to get very hairy!

Blonde Like Me

Author: Natalia Ilyin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684852144
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Looks at the American attitude towards blondes and personal appearance in general

Sons Like Me

Author: Damon Murphy
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595218407
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“Can’t Blame A Brother For Trying” is the story of a young black gay man, Travis Moore, who struggle to find himself in New York City. His mother found a gay porno magazine in his room, which began his experience of making it in the world the best way he can. “Back Door Mistress” tells the tale of the trail of deception and lies found in this adulterer’s life. Taj Knight finds himself trapped between his wife, a mister, and a mistress. Down Low is the name of the game as he struggles to find who and what is important to him. “Black Guys, Black Lives” visits the lives of four New York City black gay men. A secretive millionaire who does not let men love him, a biracial brotha who struggles with sexuality and racial identity, a couple whom one has angry black mans syndrome (ABMS), and the other who struggles to hold that relationship together. “Sons Like Me” is the story of a young black mans coming out experience that leads him into a situation of violence in his dysfunctional family. He learns lessons of love and anger as he tries his best to rise above homophobia in his Brooklyn neighborhood and in his heart.

Sad Like Me

Author: Jeno Wilson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493160818
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Little girls, little girls go to sleep at night; let your hearts sing a song that your fingers will write. Your home may be hell and some day you will tell the stories of sadness that the truth could jail. And when you feel your life has no purpose or reason, God will show you the light and make it your season. Little girls, little girls go to sleep at night, all that was wronged will somehow become right. Little girls, little girls don’t be sad like me, go out into the world and be all you can be. Never give up on a song your hearts want to sing. – Jeno Wilson

Just Like Me

Author: Archie B. Morrison
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595226116
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Just Like Me: Beyond the Thousand-Yard Stare contains battle scenes as vivid as those in a Tom Hanks movie and psychic twists and turns reminiscent of Hitchcock. —Don Duncan, retired journalist and World War II army veteran Just Like Me is an exciting, riveting read. It will do much to further the understanding of the emotional turmoil resulting from war. —Carol Lodmell, retired educator This open and honest story is, I like to think, a freeing of some of Archie Morrison's demons into the ether—to dilution and impotence. I like to think, too, that in its expression of hope—man seeking something much better than the worst he can do to others (and himself)—it helps express not just Archie's aspirations, but ours as well. —Richard Prince, retired dentist and Vietnam navy veteran Archie Morrison creates an account of an unbelievable friendship that becomes believable when we see that it is built on truths that war diminishes but does not extinguish. —Denzil Walters, retired teacher and editor; World War II navy veteran

White Like Me

Author: Tim Wise
Publisher: Soft Skull Press
ISBN: 1593764707
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With a new preface and updated chapters, White Like Me is one-part memoir, one-part polemical essay collection. It is a personal examination of the way in which racial privilege shapes the daily lives of white Americans in every realm: employment, education, housing, criminal justice, and elsewhere. Using stories from his own life, Tim Wise demonstrates the ways in which racism not only burdens people of color, but also benefits, in relative terms, those who are “white like him.” He discusses how racial privilege can harm whites in the long run and make progressive social change less likely. He explores the ways in which whites can challenge their unjust privileges, and explains in clear and convincing language why it is in the best interest of whites themselves to do so. Using anecdotes instead of stale statistics, Wise weaves a narrative that is at once readable and yet scholarly, analytical and yet accessible.

A Girl Like Me

Author: Simply Sue
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452588090
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"I am so grateful for the ability to step beyond my old limits to experience and participate in my own life." Who is the least likely person to reach for her dreams, to step over the baggage that the family disease of alcoholism can create? Who is the least likely person to rise above the loneliness, isolation, and fear of her own shadow? A Girl like Me ...that's who. Simply Sue starts out with a compelling story of struggle, strength, and courage as her faith grows and blossoms in her spirit, awakening her ability to walk through fear after fear to be a part of her dreams coming true, drawing others in to share with light and love of God. Sometimes you have to step out in order to step in--trust in God and tie your camel to a tree. So grab a cup of tea and your favorite afghan and curl up with A Girl like Me. Simply Sue will take you through a bit of her life from there to here and share stories that will make you laugh and cry or nod your head. Come along and experience the transformation first-hand and be inspired to become willing to be all you are meant to be! "Remember, faith does not take away our humanness; it restores our ability to remember who we are." - Simply Sue

Bleed Like Me

Author: C. Desir
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442498943
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From the author of Fault Line comes an edgy and heartbreaking novel about two self-destructive teens in a Sid and Nancy–like romance full of passion, chaos, and dyed hair. Seventeen-year-old Amelia Gannon (just “Gannon” to her friends) is invisible to almost everyone in her life. To her parents, to her teachers—even her best friend, who is more interested in bumming cigarettes than bonding. Some days the only way Gannon knows she is real is by carving bloody lines into the flesh of her stomach. Then she meets Michael Brooks, and for the first time, she feels like she is being seen to the core of her being. Obnoxious, controlling, damaged, and addictive, he inserts himself into her life until all her scars are exposed. Each moment together is a passionate, painful relief. But as the relationship deepens, Gannon starts to feel as if she’s standing at the foot of a dam about to burst. She’s given up everything and everyone in her life for him, but somehow nothing is enough for Brooks—until he poses the ultimate test. Bleed Like Me is a piercing, intimate portrayal of the danger of a love so obsessive it becomes its own biggest threat.