The Festivus Haggadah

By Martin Bodek

The Festivus Haggadah by Martin Bodek is a humorous work of non-fiction based on the show Seinfeld. The author relates how the Festivus Haggadah started and how it is celebrated, in the process displaying his extensive knowledge of the show. Bodek explains the prayers and...

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The Best New True Crime Stories

Unsolved Crimes & Mysteries
By Mitzi Szereto

The Best New True Crime Stories: Unsolved Crimes and Mysteries by Mitzi Szereto is a compendium of some of the many unsolved crimes and mysteries. We all expect crimes to be solved but many never do, going cold over time and raising plenty of questions....

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The Solar Obliteration Experiment

Making of an Urban Legend
By John F. Wilkie

John F. Wilkie, a former military aviation technician, was taking a break from work when he observed a brightly glowing globe in the sky. His boss, on the other hand, thought he was seeing things that weren't there. This 1990s encounter would not be the...

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The World of Research

A brief dive into how discoveries are made and new technologies are created
By Dominic L. Spencer

Research is vital for exploring new topics, whether you are studying at an institution or self-taught. Good research involves reading, connecting ideas from different sources, thinking critically, and making the right connection from the data collected. This is not a simple process, so it useful...

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To New Beginnings And Resolutions

A Guide to Keeping New Year Resolutions (Your Guide To The Year Book 1)
By A.A. Sõbrad

Knowing that we have reasons to move on in our lives is the key to enjoying our time. When a new year comes, we resolve to make changes that can be social, mental, or physical, hoping that the challenges provided will bring us some benefits....

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The Depth of Vision

Screw up Poverty with this Vision
By Mohsen Estesnaei

Mohsen Estesnaei shares his mystical understanding of overcoming poverty. His book—The Depth of Vision: Screw Up Poverty with This Vision—presents the advice of several mystics, especially Rumi, the famous 13th-century Persian poet, and mystic, for those who do not know. Mohsen records a group of...

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The Demogra-fate Hypothesis

Is demographic aging, as seen on Earth, the natural death of all intelligent species in the Universe?
By Nguyen Ba Thanh

The Demogra-fate Hypothesis is a work of non-fiction in the social issues subgenre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Nguyen Ba Thanh. The book is a discussion of the idea that the population aging that we see today...

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Truthful Misconceptions

By Con Trong Bui

Con Trong Bui is the insightful author of Truthful Misconceptions, a non-fiction book in the religious and philosophical genres. Exploring the concept of God prior to the creation of the earth and the heavens, this book asks and considers some fascinating questions that I’d...

The Early Years

A Memoir
By Rachel G. Carrington

The first in a series, The Early Years: A Memoir by Rachel G. Carrington documents a couple’s early years together which begin with a young woman’s bold decision to follow her heart. Rachel grew up in a large family from Kentucky. With slim prospects of...

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The Reject Bench

By James H. Morgan

James H. Morgan’s memoir, The Reject Bench, wholeheartedly buys into the idea of growing pains, particularly about isolation as brought about by not being able to make new friends. The author’s story begins in June 1961, a week after finishing his freshman year at Upland...

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