Overcast

By Michael Froilan

Michael Froilan shares his poetry with us in Overcast. Overcast is an interesting choice for the title of this book. However, I think the title succinctly expresses the tenor of the poems. They seem to be rather sad and infused with doom. Michael appears to...

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Out and Back

Essays on a Family in Motion
By Elizabeth Templeman

Out and Back: Essays on a Family in Motion by Elizabeth Templeman is a memoir that was a perfect read for me. As a father of four and a man who has been on the road all too often, the message of this book resonated...

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Opposing Forces

A Memoir
By Francis Mont

Opposing Forces: A Memoir by Francis Mont is stated by the author to be “an intellectual autobiography” in which actual events are not as important as the “stages of development” that led to his final disillusionment. He traces these stages from Attila’s youth in communist...

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Overcoming Systemic Prejudice and Discrimination

Achieving Success Through Ethical Resilience
By J. Dawson Williams

J. Dawson Williams has given us a book of ethics in Overcoming Systemic Prejudice and Discrimination. For far too long, prejudice and discrimination have been accepted or only occasionally slightly condemned. It is high time that society works together as one to treat everyone with...

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One Girl...Two Countries

By Estelle McDoniel

At the age of thirteen, Terry and her brother Derry left their schoolfriends behind as their father accepted a position working in Venezuela. It was 1953 and the community of Puerto Ordaz where they would live was almost completely undeveloped. It was a drastic change...

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Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women

As We Mature
By Stephana I Colbert

Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature is a work of non-fiction in the culture and social issues sub-genres. It is suitable for all ages and was penned by author Stephana I. Colbert. The book is a biography of a group of twelve African...

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Our Immigrants' Son

By John Francis Patrick Murphy

Our Immigrants' Son by John Francis Patrick Murphy is an inspiring work of historical non-fiction. With details and records, he traces his family heritage from 1845 with his parents, then down through history. But this isn't a fictionalized genealogy alone. It's a woven fabric of...

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Out of the Fog

A Hungarian Baptist's Personal Memoir of Immigration, Conversion, and Success in America
By Edwin Lucas Kautz

Out of the Fog: A Hungarian Baptist's Personal Memoir of Immigration, Conversion, and Success in America is a work of non-fiction written in an autobiographical style, and was penned by author Edwin Lucas Kautz. Following the fascinating life story and cultural adjustments of the work’s...

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Only in India

Adventures of an International Educator
By Jill Dobbe

Only in India: Adventures of an International Educator by Jill Dobbe is not the first book I have read by this author. Previously I have enjoyed her descriptions of teaching in Egypt and I was not disappointed with her stories about India. Together with her...

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Out of Rushmore's Shadow

The Luigi Del Bianco Story – An Italian Immigrant's Unsung Role as Chief Carver
By Lou Del Bianco

Out of Rushmore's Shadow by Lou Del Bianco is the true story of a 25-year struggle to give a charismatic and talented Italian immigrant, Luigi Del Bianco, the recognition he deserved as Chief Carver on the iconic Mount Rushmore National Memorial, one of America's grandest...

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