The Postponed Wedding

By Elizabeth Toenies

I like books where personal accounts and history blend well together because private vicissitudes and general information create the most delightful stories. This is what happens with Betty Ann Toenies’ amazing book The Postponed Wedding. The wedding she refers to is that of her parents....

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Restore Trust

Economic Solutions to Social and Political Issues in the U.S.
By Werner Neff

For a long time, the United States has been considered a country of endless opportunities. People thought about it as a place of freedom and democracy. Unfortunately, things have changed in the past few decades. Now, many American citizens are increasingly disappointed with their country....

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The Transgender Myth

Through the Gender Looking Glass
By Paula Mirare Overby

The Transgender Myth: Through the Gender Looking Glass is a deeply personal and harrowing work penned by author Paula Mirare Overby. Written for mature and adult readers due to some distressing scenes and graphic content, this frank, honest and raw narration gives us the story...

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Life Champion

By Buck Brennan

As I read Buck Brennan’s Life Champion, the name of a hilarious British sitcom kept springing to mind: “Some mothers do have ‘em!” Yes, some moms do have children like Buck, boys who grow up believing they will never amount to anything thanks to what...

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Twitter Surviving Change

Rules, Retweets, Responsibilities
By Kurt Seapoint

Twitter: Surviving Change is a non-fiction book about social media, its impact, and consequences, penned by author Kurt Seapoint. Part handbook, part social commentary, this guide to all things Twitter provides readers with essential information on the underlying process of Twitter which has seen many...

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Survivalist to Thrivalist

One Woman's Journey
By Deborah Kinisky

Survivalist to Thrivalist: One Woman's Journey by Deborah Kinisky is part two of a trilogy that is a memoir about Deborah’s life and how she found purpose and meaning in her life to be able to thrive in the world in spite of difficult beginnings...

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Queer Sense

A Guide to Understanding and Accepting LGBTQ+ People
By B. Bentley Summers

Queer Sense: A Guide to Understanding and Accepting LGBTQ+ People by B. Bentley Summers is a book dedicated to all the queer people across the United States. These people continue to struggle as they try to push forward queer rights. The LGBTQ youth suicide is...

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Reimagining Adoption

What Adoptees Seek from Families and Faith
By Sally Ankerfelt, M. Div., Gayle H. Swift

Reimagining Adoption: What Adoptees Seek from Families and Faith by Sally Ankerfelt, M.Div. and Gayle H. Swift, CPC throws light on how children thrive in their adoptive families. This book will help readers understand how to become better Christian parents, how to clarify Christian adoption...

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Saying Thanks and Beyond

Is Saying Thank You Enough
By Ralph Mosgrove

Saying Thanks and Beyond: Is Saying Thank You Enough? by Ralph Mosgrove is a timely little reminder that what we do and say can have influence far beyond ourselves. As the author compares small, random acts of kindness to the ripples of a pond, he...

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Beauty Comes with a Beast

Overcoming an Eating Disorder
By Korrie Jo Vance

Beauty Comes with a Beast: Overcoming an Eating Disorder is a nonfiction self-help book written by Korrie Jo Vance. For Vance, her eating disorder, commonly referred to as ED, was not an urbane and attractive man, but rather a vicious and spiteful female entity whose...