Joy

The Journey of an Autistic from the Lost Generation
By Rebecca Evanko

Joy: The Journey of an Autistic from the Lost Generation by Rebecca Evanko is an engaging memoir that chronicles the author's journey from that of being abandoned at the age of 15, to being a high school dropout, to being suicidal, ostracism, loneliness, and shame...

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All the Silent Spaces

A Memoir
By Christine Ristaino

All the Silent Spaces: A Memoir by Christine Ristaino is the author's story after being attacked in the parking lot and her road to self-recovery. She speaks about the immediate aftermath of the attack; how her children were witness to the attack and watched her...

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Suicidal, NOT

Maximize Your Mental Health
By Ranequa Kelley-Boyd

Suicidal, NOT: Maximize Your Mental Health by Ranequa Kelley-Boyd is about battling mental illness. The author discusses this unfiltered from the perspective of a black woman suffering from bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideations. The book has been divided into two parts, which are...

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Suicidal, NOT

Maximize Your Mental Health (Volume Two)
By Ranequa Kelley-Boyd

Suicidal, NOT: Maximize Your Mental Health (Volume Two) by Ranequa Kelley-Boyd is part self-help, part-inspiration, designed to help readers grapple with life's pain and self-defeating thoughts and behaviors from a biblical, spiritual angle. A lot of mental health guides are helpful and insightful, but not...

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Our Coronavirus Diary

By Carol Pack, Barbara Paskoff

Our Coronavirus Diary: Another Brain Fart from Over-Sixty: Shades of Gray is a nonfiction humor/comedy book written by Carol Pack and Barbara Paskoff. While the authors do not argue the fact for one moment that the coronavirus pandemic is devastating in every possible way, they...

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Daylight Forever

A Memoir
By Mahvash Khajavi-Harvey

Daylight Forever: A Memoir by Mahvash Khajavi-Harvey is a heartbreaking memoir that showcases the plight of immigrants, their sacrifices, struggles, the courage to start all over again in a new place, and the risks they take to escape unbearable conditions. The author's story as a...

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Don of the Q

An American Don Quixote for the Atomic Age
By Michael Guillebeau

Michael Guillebeau's Don of the Q is an adaptation of Miguel de Cervantes's Don Quixote. The classic Spanish satire is made contemporary, reflecting the world's most important issues for modern-day readers. Don, a twenty-two-year-old American guy, finds himself manning Quick Stop's counter, Q for short,...

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A Frenchman's Perspective on American Women, Love, Respect, and Relationships

Vive La Difference
By Guy Blaise

After moving to the United States from France over two decades ago, Guy Blaise was constantly faced with misogynistic attitudes towards women from American men. Having four daughters himself, he feared what future relationships they would experience. Why did French males value their spouses and...

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Foodprints

How To Sustainably Feed 10 Billion Healthy People
By Dr. Galit Goldfarb

Foodprints: How to Sustainably Feed 10 Billion Healthy People by Dr. Galit Goldfarb gives good insights about food and how our food choices leave footprints and have a global impact. The book makes readers aware of the immediate need to redesign the global approach to...

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Quarantined

By C V Williams

Quarantined is a non-fiction account by CV Williams - a traveler who found herself in a foreign country when Coronavirus struck and country borders around the world were closed one by one. After vacationing in Peru, the author was suddenly quarantined to a single hotel...

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