(510) 859-4718 customersupport@namw.org
Patricia Meyer: Featured NAMW Member

Patricia Meyer: Featured NAMW Member

As a Black-Market baby, sold for cash along a curb in 1970, I knew one day I’d tell my story. Of the 170,000 infants placed for adoption that year, 9000 were illegally brokered on the black market. I was one of them. The day an unscrupulous attorney handed me to the...
Janice Airhart: Featured NAMW Member

Janice Airhart: Featured NAMW Member

Janice Airhart MOTHER OF MY INVENTION: A MOTHERLESS DAUGHTER MEMOIR My mother was institutionalized for schizophrenia shortly after my birth in 1953 until her death in 1966, leaving strangers and acquaintances to provide examples in becoming a woman and mother. MOTHER...
Beth Bonness: Featured NAMW Member

Beth Bonness: Featured NAMW Member

Beth Bonness Transition Thunderstorms Transition Thunderstorms is a memoir poetry collection. Written from inside the mind of someone experiencing a series of strokes and other major life events. All her life Beth tingled at the sight of approaching thunderstorms....
Robert W. Finertie: Featured NAMW Member

Robert W. Finertie: Featured NAMW Member

Robert W. Finertie Grace in Time: A Memoir of Hope, Healing and Being Spared I suffered some serious medical setbacks that were hard to face a year after my melanoma diagnosis and I learned that chemotherapy would likely help me to live many more years. Grace and my...
Danise Payne: Featured NAMW Member

Danise Payne: Featured NAMW Member

Danise Payne Elbows in My Ears: My Life with Little People, Tigers, and Wardrobe Trunks The Bay Area, California, at the twilight of 1977. A pachyderm fills the doorway at the Oakland Coliseum, a massive edifice surrounded by a sea of concrete. A tiger’s roar cuts the...
Ted Doolittle: Featured NAMW Member

Ted Doolittle: Featured NAMW Member

Ted Doolittle A Blind Actor Prepares Seeking a career (a calling) as a professional actor, deteriorating eyesight led to a diagnosis that pulled me from the stage. Years of depression and job struggles later, step by step I returned to the avocation as a professional...