From the Serendipity Family
"A searingly honest and intimate portrait of a captivating icon, but also a cautionary tale for any young star. Kent Babbcaptures the complexity of Allen Iverson from all angles in a fascinating must-read for all sports fans." (Baxter Holmes, ESPN NBA reporter)
“Allen Iverson’s is a life unfathomable to most. With Not a Game, Kent Babb questions the enigma that is The Answer, taking readers into a world most don’t know — and, quite frankly, most don’t want to know — exists in America.” (John Valenti, Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist and author of Swee’pea, the story of New York City basketball legend Lloyd Daniels)
"In the spirit of Odysseus and his journey home, Hannah Pappshares her personal odyssey, inspiring us on our own soul's path. A must read!" (Linda Howe, author of Healing Through the Akashic Records)
"In this mix of travel guide and inspirational how-to, [Papp] shares her tips, both practical and mystical, for making it happen. With an instructive, almost conspiratorial tone, Papp comes across like a close friend advising the reader on how to follow in her footsteps….her infectious enthusiasm will encourage readers to go out into the wide world to find what they carry inside." (Bridget Thoreson Booklist)
"More than 10 years in the writing, this true story by Gandhi's grandson and Hegedus, gives a personal window inside the peacemaker's teaching." PW star review*
*"Never burdened by its message, this exceptional title works on multiple levels." Kirkus star review*
The Memoir Discovery Contest
Grand Prize Winner
A big Congratulations to this years' top five!
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
2. These Little Earthquakes: Dhana Musil
3. My Mother's Money: Lynette Benton
4. Is My Crazy Showing?: Leigh Baker
5. Pure Land: Annette McGivney
Serendipity and She Writes Press want to give a huge THANK YOU to all this years participants!
There were so many amazing, heartfelt, and humorous memoirs…
We're already looking forward to reading more next year!