Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad

By Eric Heard

Eric L. Heard in Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad recounts his early years (childhood to high school) in an effort to lay the groundwork for the life education of his grade school son. Mr. Heard writes that he may have overreacted to his...

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Reflections from Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling

Finding My True Self in Corporate America
By Stephanie Battaglino

Every so often someone asks “if you were to come back in another life, what would you like to be?” Answers range from being reborn as animals to plants to being the opposite sex. That last reply is what Stephanie Battaglino experienced when, after living...

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Ripples from the Edge of Life

By Roland Chesters

Ripples From the Edge of Life by Roland Chesters is a heart-wrenching, personal tale of survival, hope, and fulfillment in the face of the most pernicious disease of the twentieth century; HIV/AIDS. Roland was a successful, mid-level government employee in a long-term relationship with his...

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Racism: A Disease of the Mind

A Disease of The Mind
By Adeleke Adefioye

Racism: A Disease of The Mind by Adeleke Adefioye speaks about the existence of racism and tribalism everywhere and conveys the message that we are all one despite the differences in color. He speaks about how racism exists in the United States as there are...

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Roommates

The Trials and Tribulations of Cohabitation
By Sam Bracey

Roommates: The Trials and Tribulations of Cohabitation by Sam Bracey is a fantastic story that resonated with me. In this memoir, the author takes readers on a hilarious ride through his formative years and what it meant for him to live with roommates. Starting with...

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Reform The Kakistocracy

Rule by the Least Able or Least Principled Citizens
By William L. Kovacs

In Reform The Kakistocracy by William L. Kovacs, the author describes what the government and those in power have evolved into. An elite, self-serving minority who lack the morals and principles to care for those who elected them. Over the last forty years, there has...

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Raccoons Stole My Baby Jesus

By Jennifer Doll

Raccoons Stole My Baby Jesus by Jennifer Doll is the part-non-fiction, part-memoir any animal lover should have. In this amazing, heartwarming book, veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Doll tells in essay form of her devotion to the animal outcasts no one else wants. The book starts off...

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Racism, Hypocrisy, and Bad Faith

A Moral Challenge to the America I Love
By Julius Bailey

Academic works by Julius Bailey, Ph.D., are notable for their flawless integrity, impeccable thinking, accessibility for the non-academic, and an irrefutable blending of stark objectivity with engaged passion, flavored always by an overriding sense of humanity and compassion. Racism, Hypocrisy, and Bad Faith, the most...

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Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature

How Civilization Destroys Happiness
By Chet Shupe

Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature: How Civilization Destroys Happiness by Chet Shupe is a thought-provoking, sensational book that has strong spiritual and philosophical underpinnings. The book is a powerful call to humanity to return to the basic instinct that drives happiness: to do the...

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Redemption Through Forgiveness

How God Used My Mental Illness to Save Me
By Lisa Slaton

In Redemption Through Forgiveness by Lisa Slaton, Lisa fears living more than dying. Abused and neglected as a child, Lisa was diagnosed with schizophrenia. As an adult, she battles with the voices in her head and tries to live a normal life, while longing to...

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