Non-Fiction - General

Electric Ancient Egyptians

Manipulating Atomic Structure With Human Electricity (revised 3rd edition)
By James Ernest Brown

What did the early Egyptians know about electricity? Is it possible that they understood the concept of atomic energy? In the thought-provoking book Electric Ancient Egyptians: Manipulating Atomic Structure with Human Electricity by James Ernest Brown, these topics are considered and hypothesized. Using the substantial...

Behind and Beyond the Badge

Stories From the Village of First Responders With Cops, Firefighters, Dispatchers, Forensics and Victim Advocates
By Donna Brown

I am not residing in the United States right now but I feel, based on past personal experience and what I read in the news, that we have a problem with policemen. Part of it is who we choose. Part of it is how we...


How to Achieve Breakthrough Execution and Accelerate Growth
By Patrick Thean

Rhythm: How to Achieve Breakthrough Execution and Accelerate Growth by Patrick Thean is a non-fiction book written for leaders, upper management, and CEOs of companies who are looking to grow and sustain their enterprise. The book is based on the idea that simplicity is better...

Why They Stay

Sex Scandals, Deals, and Hidden Agendas of Nine Political Wives
By Anne Michaud

Why They Stay: Sex Scandals, Deals, and Hidden Agendas of Nine Political Wives by Anne Michaud is a nonfiction book that explores one of the questions that have baffled many American citizens and political enthusiasts: Why do the wives of politicians decide to stay in...

Red Dust Dreams

Living in the Outback
By Lannah Sawers-Diggins

Red Dust Dreams: Living in the Outback by Lannah Sawers-Diggins is a non-fiction memoir that details various experiences of living in the Australian Outback. Red Dust Dreams starts off with an introduction to Lannah herself and her own roots in the Outback where she grew...

Fire in Middle

Mystery of the Great Pyramid Solved
By James Ernest Brown

Fire in Middle: Mystery of the Great Pyramid Solved is a nonfiction speculative work written by James Ernest Brown. Brown has been studying the pyramids of Egypt for over forty years. His research has led him to believe that the commonly held theory that the...

Faith, Fighting and Forgiving

Life Lessons from The Walking Dead
By Susan Lehman

The Walking Dead is one of the most popular shows on television with good reason: it's not just about zombies, it's about humanity, and what it means to be human. Susan Lehman explores important life lessons and concepts in Faith, Fighting and Forgiving: Life Lessons...

Sharpen Your Positive Edge

Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success
By Tina Hallis

Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success by Tina Hallis is a non-fiction book on how to change one’s mindset and incorporate positivity in daily life. The book starts off with a short introduction on how we, as human beings,...

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They Walk Alone

The Tragic Journey of Dementia
By Bob Kern

In this moving chronicle of his grandmother’s battle with dementia, author Bob Kern shares his priceless, heart-breaking experience as a loving and devoted grandson. When Mamaw takes a fall on New Year’s Eve 2000, it is almost as if all the pieces jiggled in or...

Supervision Matters

100 Bite-Sized Ideas to Transform You and Your Team
By Rita Sever

Do you have a clear understanding as to why you are working at your current place of employment? Do you like your manager or supervisor? If you're a manager or supervisor, does your team like you? Supervision Matters: 100 Bite-Sized Ideas to Transform You and...