The Miracle Known as Ed Levine

Based on a True Story
By Ronarose Train

The Miracle Known as Ed Levine: Based on a True Story by Ronarose Train is a remarkable biography about how one man beat the odds against him and thrived even in difficult circumstances. Ed Levine was born in 1942, in the East End which was...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Dancing with Unity

Transcending Racism Globally
By Jan Ford

Jan Ford grew up in New Jersey in a multinational, multiracial neighborhood. She has spent her life trying to share Unity Moments. If you are not familiar with Unity Moments, you need to read Dancing with Unity: Transcending Racism Globally by Jan Ford. She shares...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Jagged Feathers

By Jan Sikes

Jagged Feathers by Jan Sikes is a suspenseful romance with an intense plot that will keep you invested until the end. Vann Noble served his country with pride, but when he lost a limb, he came back. With nothing more to do than reflect on...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Quoting Matilda

By Susan Savion

The 19th-century women's movement had many prominent figures, but not all of them now have the recognition they deserve. Matilda Joslyn Gage is one of these heroines, born in 1826 and died in 1898, well before women had the right to vote. She was a...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Kilo 3

The True Story of a Marine Rifleman’s Tour from the Intense Fighting in Vietnam to the Superficial Pageantry of Washington, DC
By Richard W. Foster, Jr.

Kilo 3: The True Story of a Marine Rifleman’s Tour from the Intense Fighting in Vietnam to the Superficial Pageantry of Washington, DC by Richard W. Foster, Jr. is an intensely engaging true story of a teenager who dropped out of the eleventh grade of...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

The Injustice System

It Could Happen to You
By Ronarose Train

Before I even read The Injustice System by Ronarose Train, my perceptions of the fairness of the judicial system weren’t positive. Oh, how this biography supported my misgivings and how unfortunate for Sam Gray, falsely accused of major financial crimes, that he believed justice would...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Crossroads Moments of My Life

By Gabriela Casineanu

Crossroads Moments of My Life by Gabriela Casineanu is a very short memoir of a well-known life coach who has written many books for introverts. She tells a few stories about how she went from being an engineer to being a life coach, even though...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Just Another Square Dance Caller

Authorized Biography of Marshall Flippo
By Larada Horner-Miller

Just Another Square Dance Caller by Larada Horner-Miller is the authorized biography of Marshall Flippo, a man who did so much more than provide dance step instructions in fluid succession. At nearly 800 pages, Horner-Miller does an intensely deep dive into the person, the profession,...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Unlocking Unicorns

Ten Startup Stories from Diverse Billion-Dollar Startup Founders in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East
By Michael Bervell

Michael Bervell’s book Unlocking Unicorns brings to life ten stories about how a diverse group of entrepreneurs across Africa, Asia, and the Middle East took their start-up ventures and developed global successes. These are the unicorn businesses named for the mythical winged beast with its...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation

Pieces of Me

A Daughter of Mental Illness
By Catherine Schiffer

Pieces of Me: A Daughter of Mental Illness by Catherine Schiffer is a powerful, inspiring biography about breaking the cycle of child sexual abuse for future generations. Sexual abuse has never gone away, and the statistics are almost unbelievable. A mind-numbing number of perpetrators are...

Participates in Review Exchange Program

Review Exchange

Participates in Book Donation Program

Book Donation