A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

A Black Man's Journey Through Life and the CIA
By Darryl A. Lansey

A Thin Line Between Love and Hate: A Black Man's Journey Through Life and the CIA by Darryl A. Lansey is an unapologetic memoir that gives glimpses of the racism and inequality that played an important role in shaping the author's family's history, his worldview,...

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Super Dense Crush Load

The Story of Man Redux
By Aneesh Abraham

Super Dense Crush Load: The Story of Man Redux is a generalized overview of the history of Man, from ancient civilizations to the space exploration age of the modern era, sprinkled with a healthy dose of meta-commentary by the author Aneesh Abraham. Abraham delves deep...

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Hinterlands of Hope

A Lost Boy’s Journey from the southern Sudan War Zones
By Daniel Yamun Ukang

Hinterlands Of Hope: A Lost Boy's Journey From the Southern Sudan War Zones by Daniel Yamun Ukang is the awe-inspiring journey of the author who fled his home in South Sudan. His village, Yabullu, was attacked by the Arab-led Khartoum government during the Second Sudanese...

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So-Called Normal

A Memoir of Family, Depression and Resilience
By Mark Henick

So-Called Normal by Mark Henick is a memoir of the author's struggles as he is forced to endure mental health issues as part of his daily life. From childhood Henick is at odds with his family, first his philandering father and then his subsequent step-father,...

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Profiles In Kindness

Stories of Servant Leadership and Inspiration
By Paul Kotz

Profiles in Kindness: Stories of Servant Leadership and Inspiration by Paul E. Kotz is a thought-provoking and uplifting book with simple stories of everyday kindness that are inspiring and encouraging. The book is also about the author's observations and reflections, the life lessons that taught...

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The Chartreuse Garden

The Horrific Murders of Innocents that Compelled Me to Fight Social Injustice and Hate
By Jack Castiglione

In The Chartreuse Garden, Jack Castiglione recounts discovering his sexuality, meeting a family who suffered at the hands of a mentally ill father and husband, and campaigning against hate and social injustice in Long Beach, California. As Jack was bullied a lot as a kid,...

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Mixed Relations 2

Navigating the Stormy Waters of Married Life
By Gertrude Mueller von Deham

Mixed Relations 2: Navigating the Stormy Waters of Married Life by Gertrude Mueller von Deham is a moving work of historical non-fiction. It centers on how the author, named Evelyn in the book, grapples with a challenging marriage to a spoiled husband named Eric. The...

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COVID-19: From Chaos To Cure

The Biology Behind The Fight Against The Novel Coronavirus
By Dale Yuzuki

Since the COVID-19 outbreak at the beginning of 2020, the number of positive cases and deaths have been climbing, with news reports of a possible 'second wave' by the end of the year. The conflicting reports from media, governments, and scientific experts have instilled fear...

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Blogging the Plague

Camus, Covid-19, and the Current Chaos
By Peter Vernezze

Blogging the Plague: Camus, Covid-19, and the Current Chaos by Peter Vernezze examines current-day COVID-19 dynamics through the lens of Albert Camus' 1947 classic novel, The Plague, about a small town in Algeria that is devastated by a plague transmitted from animals to humans. During...

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Spirit Quest 1969

Tripping Through Lands Of Enchantment
By Ronald J Schulz

Spirit Quest 1969 by Ronald J Schulz begins with a minor brush with the law, as hitchhiking was illegal. Then two hippies give him drugs. Dropped off in Colorado Springs, Schulz seeks a park. In need of shelter, he boards a bus to Gallup, New...

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