Non-Fiction - Social Issues

Over the Hill But Not the Cliff

Strategies for 50+ Job Seekers to Push Past Ageism and Find a Job in the Loyalty-Free Workplace
By Lori B. Rassas

If you are over the age of 40, do you ever feel that your age is fighting against you when you are looking for a job or changing careers? In today's marketplace, it can seem like it's the millennials vs the aging, but aging can...

Groovin’

Horses, Hopes, and Slippery Slopes
By Rich Israel

Anyone who lived through the 1960s remembers it as a time like no other. The counterculture of young people smoking marijuana and using LSD, the draft, protests against the Vietnam War, changing sexual behaviors, and other events defined the hippie, or flower child, movement. Author...

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Rich Nation, Poor Nation

Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail
By Robert Genetski

Rich Nation, Poor Nation, subtitled Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail, is a compelling work on the positive aspects of Free Market Economics. The author, Robert Genetski, takes the basic wealth of nations as his baseline and demonstrates through statistical evidence and cogent argument...

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Truth Transforms Education

A Framework For New School Leaders
By EdD, Antoinette Pearson

Truth Transforms Education by Dr. Antoinette Pearson is a passionate appeal to servant leadership in schools. Dr. Pearson has served over twenty years in urban education, and her work as a principal in an under served school combines with her insights from her doctoral studies...

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A Family Guide To Dementia

Everything You Need To Know About Caring For A Loved One
By Kate Corr

In A Family Guide To Dementia: Everything You Need To Know About Caring For A Loved One by Kate Corr, you will learn about something that is gravely hitting the elderly community, especially since they are living longer; dementia and Alzheimer's. James Ashwell has utilized...

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Through the Eyes of Denial

By Richard Aberg,Robert Aberg

In Through the Eyes of Denial, twin brothers Richard and Robert Aberg relive the painful memories of abuse, pretense, and denial endured during their childhood and teenage years while they survived in a family controlled by intimidation, torture, stalking, and abuse. With amazing candor and...

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Pink Tootsie

A Memoir
By T.M. Raskin

I enjoyed Pink Tootsie by T.M. Raskin. Raskin’s story about her life was brutally honest. She told of numerous accounts of abuse, both sexual and physical. She also told of how her drug use controlled her life and what she did to finally overcome it....

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Heroin Addiction

The Addiction Guide for the Amateur
By Christopher Spinney

Heroin is everywhere and we see lives and relationships being destroyed and ended. Written by a former heroin addict, Christopher J Spinney, Heroin Addiction: The Addiction Guide for the Amateur is a useful guide as the author speaks about the lifelong side effects caused to...

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The Jimarian Bible

By Jimar

The Jimarian Bible by Jimar seeks to give meaning to human existence by debunking the world's popular and well-known religions. No matter their creed, the reader is forced to examine themselves by looking closely into their beliefs and how they affect our fellow man. Jimar...

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Burning the Vines

A Memoir
By Michelle Mazal

The movie Crocodile Dundee glamorized a certain side of Australian life to such an extent that suddenly everyone wanted to visit Australia and find a real man like Mick Dundee. What the movie didn’t capture is a less impressive pastime enjoyed by too many Aussie...

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