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  • I Will Not Be A Pawn

    by Joseph S. Spicer Sr.
    My book takes you on a journey longtime prison corrections officer provides a unique perspective on the complex relationships and hierarchies of the prison system ,highlighting the pervasive hostility he encountered when he stood up to corrupt authorities.
  • From Liberty to Magnolia: In Search of the American Dream

    by Janice S. Ellis
    From Liberty to Magnolia: In Search of the American Dream vividly recounts the journey of an African-American woman from rural, segregated Mississippi through academia, corporate America, and politics. It is the story of how she triumphed even when, more often than not, the ugly realities of racism and sexism tried to deter her. This book tells the broader story, too, of how her life epitomizes what the Civil Rights Act and Equal Rights Amendment have meant and have not meant for millions of... more
  • About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me

    by Narcisse Nguema

    Having lived with his grandparents and uncles will delve his inborn wisdom and the sense of humanity’s protection in priority. In this title “About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me”, the author unrolls his literary style as deep, derider and sober. Narcisse Nguema observed the man’s and the woman’s misbehaviors and started to heed his grandmother’s anecdotal concerns and alerts: The Black societies need to better target their requirements for a strong so... more

  • What Matters Most, A Memir

    by Ann Zalkind
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  • What Matters Most a Memoir

    by Ann Zalkind
    On the surface, What Matters Most is a rumination on author Ann Zalkind’s relationship with her mother, but through personal reflections, Zalkind’s objective was to illustrate universal themes with which almost anyone can identify. Her goal was to create an impressionistic portrait, at times both chilling and poignant; a memoir unlike any other. A remembrance of her mother, and also various characters from her mother’s world, Zalkind’s collection oftentimes delves into difficult memories, an... more
  • Journey to Mount Athos

    by Thomas J. Roach
    A young men's fellowship group is formed in Joliet, IL, in 1987. The four college students and a young professor began reading Greek and Russian Orthodox books on aestheticism and plan to visit Mount Athos, a peninsula in Northern Greece devoted to monastic communities and still governed under Byzantine law. The first half of the book describes the misadventures of the boys as they perform clean-up operations at Greek food festivals in the Chicago area to raise money. Finally, miraculously, ... more
  • Searching for Spenser

    by Margaret Kramar
    When Margaret gives birth to a child who suffers from developmental delay, she is devastated. Her husband cannot reconcile his disappointment. After the divorce, Margaret struggles as a single mother, but becomes Spenser's most ardent cheerleader. He transcends the limits of his disability, but then dies of lymphoma at age ten. After his death, Margaret questions whether she ever really knew her child, and embarks on a journey to find him. Written in starkly honest prose, Searching for Spe... more
  • Running Your Small Business Like a Pro

    by Andrew Frazier
    This book guides small business owners on how to successfully grow the business into a viable enterprise.
  • Finding My Platoon Brothers

    by Glyn Haynie
    This newest book by author Glyn Haynie, Finding My Platoon Brothers: Vietnam Then and Now, describes his efforts to find and reconnect with his brothers of First Platoon. These men, with whom he served during the War in Vietnam, are a real part of his family. Join the family reunion as these veterans get together and share their experiences, rekindle past friendships, and reforge their bonds of brotherhood. Travel back to Vietnam with the author as he visits old battlefields and former Fire Supp... more
  • Death to Life

    by Wendy Adams with the Holy Spirit
    When author Wendy Adams was forty-five years old, a visiting Christian minister laid hands on her in a church. She fell to the ground because of the power of the Holy Spirit that was upon her. Transformation occurred immediately. From an angry, aggressive, revengeful, suffering fighter, she became a healed, understanding, and compassionate warrior for the Lord. Adams discovered he’d been with her all the time. In Death to Life, she shares her life story beginning as a little girl growing up i... more
  • The Mystery of Life What's It All About?

    by David E. Peeples
    Have you ever seriously considered the most difficult and puzzling questions presented to our minds during this mortal sojourn through an often difficult and challenging existence? Who am I? Where did I come from? Why am I here? Where am I going? And perhaps the most important question of all: What is my purpose for living? In this ultra-modern, digital world of today many people have become so preoccupied with the daily pursuits of life and the addictive overuse of time-consuming technology tha... more
  • Lost Without Him

    by Carol Scutt
    In the summer of 1967, two teenagers from completely opposite kinds of upbringing met in Columbia City, Indiana. They both worked at the local Kroger grocery store. She worked as a cashier, and he worked as a night stocker. She was sixteen, and he was seventeen. This infatuation grew into a love stronger than the worst storms and more passionate than the words of Shakespeare. The first storm they endured as newlyweds was Paul being drafted and sent to Vietnam for fourteen months. Their journey w... more
  • Resilience by Tricia Morrison

    by Tricia Morrison
    I have written about my colorful childhood experiences and life’s journey from growing up in the ghettos of Jamaica to working at a bizarre kindergarten in Poland to some beautiful experiences in Berlin, in order to describe resilience. I used my knowledge from my education and my life to look back on how my experiences have formed me and how they have made me resilient. In each chapter, I point out lessons that I have learnt and my thoughts. The lessons provide readers with ways to use and find... more
  • Seasons of Mind

    by Douglas Thornton
    This is the work of someone who has tried to gain insight into the growth of his mind by observance of the things that affect it. Therefore, it is neither free of fault, nor oblivious to what it has tried to accomplish, that of setting forth an interpretation of the poetic spirit. These texts were composed during the years 2011-2012 in the silent hours at a desk, or in some instances, in the middle of a field, separate from one another, but all bearing towards that same idea of understanding.
  • Most Likely to Succeed: A Collection of Very Short, Illustrated Nonfiction with Recipes

    by Carol Pulitzer
    From her encounters with David Letterman and Rachel Maddow to her 2nd honeymoon in Paris with a husband she hadn’t seen in 40 years to the Nitroglycerin she once carried in a souped up Chevy on the way to middle school, to her UFO encounter in the desert, these stories are proof that reality can be stranger than fiction. And food, food, food: instructions on organizing 1000 recipes, a Fresh Strawberry Torte from the original Log Lady on Twin Peaks, New Orleans BBQ’ed Shrimp, and other recipe... more