Of Witches, Red Dust, and Tjwala

Stories By A Former Peace Corps Teacher In Africa
By Daniel Stantus

Have you ever visited Swaziland, or as it’s now been renamed, Eswatini? I haven’t, but I do love learning about other countries and cultures. If you share my interest, pick up a copy of this very short, thoroughly delightful memoir by Daniel Stantus: Of Witches,...

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Daylight Forever

A Memoir
By Mahvash Khajavi-Harvey

Daylight Forever: A Memoir by Mahvash Khajavi-Harvey is a heartbreaking memoir that showcases the plight of immigrants, their sacrifices, struggles, the courage to start all over again in a new place, and the risks they take to escape unbearable conditions. The author's story as a...

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Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali

Crossing Over from Dis-Ease to Ease in Matters of Health, Race, Family and Culture
By Beverly Oliver

Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali: Crossing Over from Dis-Ease to Ease in Matters of Health, Race, Family and Culture is a work of non-fiction focused on health, social and cultural themes, and was penned by author Beverly Oliver. Dr. Sebi, as he was known, was...

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A Frenchman's Perspective on American Women, Love, Respect, and Relationships

Vive La Difference
By Guy Blaise

After moving to the United States from France over two decades ago, Guy Blaise was constantly faced with misogynistic attitudes towards women from American men. Having four daughters himself, he feared what future relationships they would experience. Why did French males value their spouses and...

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Back on Bonaire

Rediscovering Diver's Paradise as a Father
By Andrew Jalbert

Back on Bonaire: Rediscovering Diver's Paradise as a Father is a nonfiction travel memoir written by Andrew Jalbert. Jalbert knew, from the time he was a young boy, that he wanted to be an explorer, to have adventures, and so archaeology seemed a perfect choice....

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Mezzo-Soprano

Memoirs of a Rez Girl
By Rhonda Head

Mezzo-Soprano: Memoirs of a Rez Girl by Rhonda Head is the author's autobiography, a compact work that details her life growing up as a First Nation person of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. Head starts with her earliest memories of a youth spent largely outdoors with...

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The Arab Business Code

By Judith Hornok

The Arab Business Code by Judith Hornok is an engaging book that gives valuable insights about the author's findings using the case studies of successful international companies and Arab businesspeople. It offers techniques and strategies that will help readers to strengthen their socio-economic competency and...

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Moving On

A Memoir of life at Sea
By Anthony Edwards

Moving On: A Memoir of Life at Sea is a work of non-fiction written in a memoir/autobiographical style by author Anthony Edwards. This volume continues the author’s full autobiographical journey as we move on from the events of Paid To Live The Dream. As the...

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Sitto's Kitchen

A Treasury of Syrian Family Recipes Taught from Mother to Daughter for Over 100 Years
By Janice Jweid Reed

We tend to take for granted what we enjoyed in our youth: time spent with grandparents, learning Grandma’s traditional recipes, and pottering about together in the kitchen. There is love involved in the making of food, the serving of it, and the enjoyment of eating...

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My Chosen Words

Memories of a Professional Immigrant Woman
By Ferial Imam Haque

My Chosen Words: Memories of a Professional Immigrant Woman is a work of non-fiction written in the memoir style by author Ferial Imam Haque, Ph.D. From her parental roots in British India to a contented life as a retired scientist in Ottawa, Canada, the author...

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