Under the Chuppah

A Jewish Couple's Guide to Weddings and Meaningful Marriage
By Bruce D Forman and Shoshannah Brombacher

Rabbi Bruce D. Forman and Shoshannah Brombacher have written a friendly and conversational book illustrating the Jewish philosophy of the marriage contract, the wedding ceremony, and some hints for staying happily married throughout your life. The book’s title, Under the Chuppah, refers to the traditional...

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Polygamy

Is it a Killer?
By Christy 'Seyi Olorunfemi

“I am a product of polygamy, not by marriage but by birth.” These are the words with which the author begins this powerful book that explores one of the social issues that affect Nigerian society, family, and economy, and by identifying her roots, the author...

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Cradle of Crime

A Daughter's Tribute
By Luellen Smiley

Luellen Smiley’s Cradle of Crime: A Daughter's Tribute is a narrative account of a hidden family history. The narrator of the story is hounded by her fear of her father, but after watching the documentary of Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel’s life, her father’s best friend, hearing...

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Abandoned Breaths

Poetry, Quotes, and Poetic Prose (First Edition)
By Alfa

With chapter headers like Squall, Monsoon, Zephyr, and Exhalation, you know that the emotions depicted within them are going to take your breath away. In Abandoned Breaths: Poetry, Quotes, and Poetic Prose (First Edition) by Alfa, the author exposes some of her most profound, painful...

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Against the Wind

Based on a true story
By Joy Cee

Against the Wind by Joy Cee is a most enjoyable memoir that will have female readers reliving their own memories of young romance. And if those female readers were themselves beachgoers, whose eyes were drawn to the suntanned masculine bodies of surfer boys or lifeguards,...

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Getting Married at Last

My Journey from Hopelessness to Happiness
By Lori A Peters

Getting Married at Last: My Journey from Hopelessness to Happiness by Lori A Peters is a breezy read, an inspirational take on love and relationships that offers both insight and encouragement to readers on what it really takes to transform a relationship from mere camaraderie...

Letting Purpose & Passion Drive Your Marriage

How To Find Harmony & Happiness No Matter What!
By Bonnie and Dr. Jay Crandall

Letting Purpose and Passion Drive Your Marriage: How to Find Harmony and Happiness No Matter What by Bonnie and Dr. Jay Crandall is well-written with content that is relevant to married couples who seek to continue in a happy and joy-filled marriage. The Crandalls cover...

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I Still Want to Be a Mom

Escaping Hopelessness & Embracing Motherhood
By Julie Pierce

I Still Want to Be a Mom: Escaping Hopelessness & Embracing Motherhood is a nonfiction health/medical parenting guide written by Julie Pierce. Pierce is a fertility and healthy lifestyle coach, whose familiarity with the challenges faced by the many women for whom pregnancy is elusive,...

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Nobody's Like Me

A Bronx Girl's Memoir
By Irene Abruzzese

Nobody's Like Me: A Bronx Girl's Memoir by Irene Abruzzese is a wonderful story of a young girl growing up without her mother, raised by her uncle, grandmother, and aunts, an inter-generational journey of her passage to womanhood - a story that examines what it...

Unsafe On Any Campus?

College Sexual Assault and What We Can Do About It
By Sam Staley

What happens when the “no means no” philosophy of physical relationships is ignored? Can the victim be seriously considered a “victim” of sexual assault? What is the difference between sexual assault and rape? How do we regain ownership of our own bodies and minds in...