Non-Fiction - Social Issues

A Chance to Say Goodbye

Reflections on Losing a Parent
By Lisa J. Shultz

The death of a parent is, for most of us, one of life’s major challenges. In a moving and beautifully written tribute to her late father, Lisa J Shultz’s A Chance to Say Goodbye drives home the importance of accepting the inevitability of death, and...

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Silent Words

A 50-Year Family Saga
By José Álvarez

Silent Words: A 50-Year Family Saga by José Álvarez is an inspirational memoir, a story of love, faith and hope, centered on human disability. Follow a family in their joy and frustrations, but above all in their faith in life and love, and their commitment...

I Love You, Send Money

A wild adventure into online dating
By Jordan M Alexander

I Love You, Send Money by Jordan M Alexander is a wild adventure into online dating. In the next 20 years or so, we can expect a high percentage of new relationships to begin life on the internet. Internet dating is the in thing right...

Surviving Remnant

Memories of the Jewish Greenhorns in 1950s America
By Hanna Perlstein Marcus

There have been many stories about the horrors of the Holocaust before and during the Second World War, but Surviving Remnant by Hanna Perlstein Marcus is one of the few that tells us what happened to those who survived. I learned so much from this...

Growing Up Twice

Shaping a Future by Reliving My Past
By Aaron Kirk Douglas

Growing up Twice: Shaping a Future by Reliving My Past by Aaron Kirk Douglas is a powerful and memorable book. It’s a spellbinding, unusual memoir that explores the relationship between a middle-aged man and his teenage protégé, a book that is laced with wisdom and...

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How to Change a Law

The intelligent consumer's 7-step guide. Improve your community, influence your country, impact the world.
By John Thibault

This is a subject that most people don’t think really concerns them. Most people probably don’t have a real need to have a law changed. Indeed, they probably don’t know they even have this power. We are used to living in our society and doing...

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The Message in the Bottle

Finding Hope and Peace Amidst the Chaos of Living with an Alcoholic
By Stephanie B. McAuliffe

The Message in the Bottle: Finding Hope and Peace Amidst the Chaos of Living with an Alcoholic by Stephanie B. McAuliffe is an insightful and thought-provoking book where the author speaks about her life with alcoholics and how she broke the pattern of a family...

Life with My Idiot Family

A True Story of Survival, Courage, and Justice over Childhood Sexual Abuse
By Kathy and Gary Picard

Life with My Idiot Family: A True Story of Survival, Courage, and Justice over Childhood Sexual Abuse by Kathy and Gary Picard is a memoir about Kathy’s childhood years and the impact it had on her life. Kathy describes her childhood and upbringing in some...

Incest, Murder and a Miracle

The True Story Behind the Cheryl Pierson Murder-For-Hire Headlines
By Cheryl Cuccio, Robert Cuccio, Morgan St. James

It’s rare for me to review a book subjectively, but in the case of Incest, Murder and a Miracle by Cheryl Cuccio, Robert Cuccio, and Morgan St. James, I felt I had no choice. For starters, details, many of which were inaccurate, about the young...

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Lines of Listening

An Expose' of Generational Child Abuse and Marital Betrayal
By Joyce K. Gatschenberger

Lines of Listening: A Memoir of Generational Child Abuse and Marital Betrayal by Joyce K. Gatschenberger is a brilliant story of a “dysfunctional family” of abuse in its multifaceted forms. In the author’s own words, it’s “an account of how I became aware of the...