Politics & Social Sciences

About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me

About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me

| August 20, 2019

Speaking frankly, not peddling fantasy, and writing honestly and sharply, in About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me: Worthy Advice for Future Generations, Narcisse Nguema offers 791 bits of time-tested advice for everyone, but especially for African American women. Women are the core of society, and the black woman’s authenticity is not a matter of […]

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The Path of Leashed Resistance: The Buddy System

The Path of Leashed Resistance: The Buddy System

| August 12, 2019

Imagine you find a chicken coop full of orphaned puppies in the middle of bone-chilling winter. You already have a house full of rescue dogs. Your resources are already at their breaking point. You know the shelter is no place for puppies. It’s a death sentence. Do you close your heart to them, and leave […]

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Silent Heroes: When Love and Values Are Worth Fighting for

Silent Heroes: When Love and Values Are Worth Fighting for

| July 28, 2019

‘Silent Heroes’ is a highly emotional read, action-packed, a vivid story of enormous sacrifice and bravery that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It is a book extremely well researched, with authentic details and an epic sense of the place. The war and the military involved, Marine and dogs, are described with […]

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His World Never Dies: The Evolution of James Bond

His World Never Dies: The Evolution of James Bond

| June 13, 2019

He likes his vodka martinis shaken, not stirred. He drives one of the most recognizable cars in film history, and his Walther PPK has become legendary too. Very few have ever looked better in a tuxedo. His name is Bond … James Bond. He’s chased villains — and women — on screen for decades. His fictional […]

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Shitolian

Shitolian

| June 3, 2019

Shitolian is a plea to America, an anthem for the oppressed. It is a collection of honest, captivating poetry that gives voice to inexpressible feelings and the triumphs and disappointments of living. In poems filled with intense emotion, Persaud applies a perceptive eye and colorful language to his work as he reflects upon politics, religion, […]

Hope in the Hood

Hope in the Hood

| April 27, 2019

GOLD WINNER Nonfiction Authors Association Book Award! “Colleen Adams is saving lives.” – Todd Bass, Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office A raw and emotional account of one woman’s dream to use cooking as a path out of poverty and crime, proving that one drop, even in the ocean, creates an expanding ripple. Imagine a world […]

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RESTORE TRUST – Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S.

RESTORE TRUST – Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S.

| April 20, 2019

Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S. Poverty is a structural problem created by economic thinking errors and institutional poverty traps, revealed and discussed in detail in this book. Neff argues that America is a welfare state. The working poor are a social problem created by politics. The low minimum wage […]

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Karma in Indian Mythology: Short Stories Collections on Reincarnation and Past Life

Karma in Indian Mythology: Short Stories Collections on Reincarnation and Past Life

| March 7, 2016

Indian mythology is filled with ancient tales and legends of karma and how it affected people’s current lives and beyond. Does karma also affect the mythological Gods, or is it only reserved for mortals? This book contains ten stories of karma and how even the smallest of actions can result in lives being changed, including […]

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