Non-Fiction - Social Issues

PRIDE

You Can't Heal if You're Hiding From Yourself
By Ronald Holt

It’s tough being a teenager. Period. I am middle aged now, but I remember this like it was yesterday. In my writing, I have often advocated having a course on life to teach young people about some of the difficult choices they will have to...

Heroes, Villains, and Healing

A Guide to Help Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Using DC Comic Superheroes and Villains
By Kenneth Rogers Jr.

Abuse is nothing to laugh at or to be entertained by, especially sexually or to a child. Author Kenneth Rogers Jr. has taken a different self-help approach in helping men to become healed and overcoming the barriers associated with childhood sexual abuse. In his book,...

Teenage Degenerate

A Memoir that Explores the Depths of Methamphetamine and Drug Addiction
By S. C. Sterling

Teenage Degenerate: A Memoir that Explores the Depths of Methamphetamine and Drug Addiction by S.C. Sterling is an eye opening experience in the life of a drug addict. In the book, Sterling tells about his experiences using different drugs and how meth took control of...

Red Blood, Yellow Skin

A Young Girl's Survival in War-Torn Vietnam
By Linda L. T. Baer

I love memoirs, and when I find one that is focused, with a distinctive and compelling voice like Red Blood, Yellow Skin: A Young Girl's Survival in War-Torn Vietnam by Linda L.T. Baer, I can’t put it down. The author was born in Tao Xa,...

The Trajectory of Humanity

Towards a New Arcadia?
By Antony Raymont

The Trajectory of Humanity: Towards a New Arcadia? by Antony Raymont is a nonfiction book that asks very pertinent questions about the destiny of humanity, offers meaningful answers, and opens a fresh perspective on appreciating and handling the pressing social issues facing the future of...

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Unsafe On Any Campus?

College Sexual Assault and What We Can Do About It
By Sam Staley

What happens when the “no means no” philosophy of physical relationships is ignored? Can the victim be seriously considered a “victim” of sexual assault? What is the difference between sexual assault and rape? How do we regain ownership of our own bodies and minds in...

Good Girls on Bad Drugs

Addiction Nonfiction of the Unhappy Hookers
By Mark Mathew Braunstein

Good Girls on Bad Drugs: Addiction Nonfiction of the Unhappy Hookers by Mark Mathew Braunstein is a true story. Set near to two of the largest casinos, this is the tale of the girl-next-door, the women who become hooked on heroin, coke, crack and opioids,...

If We Have No Peace

By Anto Ljoljic

If We Have No Peace by Anto Ljoljic is a thrilling memoir of the author’s journey to the edge of insanity and his ultimate conquest of inner freedom. Just at the beginning, the reader is already warned that this might not be their run-of-the-mill memoir,...

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From Boy To Blue

Becoming One Of America's Finest
By Steve Warneke

If you want to know what it feels like to be a cop, to understand police procedures and their commitment, coupled with their fine sense of accountability, then reading Steve Warneke’s memoir will be best for you. From Boy To Blue: Becoming One Of America's...

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The GLOOG Revolution

'It's The Lawyers Stupid'
By F. William Houraney

I liked The Gloog Revolution: It’s The Lawyers Stupid! F. William Houraney writes well, and on top of giving his opinion, he also manages to entertain you. I like this type of book. It made me think and I could be wrong, but I think...