Non-Fiction - Social Issues

The Truth About White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America

Astonishing Discoveries, Unearthed Secrets, and How to Heal
By A. L. Bryant

The Truth about White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America: Astonishing Discoveries, Unearthed Secrets, and How to Heal by A.L. Bryant is a quick read that contains a powerful message for today’s readers, a book that takes a surgical look at some of the...

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Talking Sense about Politics

How to Overcome Political Polarization in Your Next Conversation
By Jack Meacham

Jack Meacham’s Talking Sense About Politics: How to Overcome Political Polarization in Your Next Conversation is an enlightening journey though American history to the present in an effort to help the reader find a little "perspective." Meacham utilizes historical characters to demonstrate the four “American...

The Green Reaper

Memoirs of an Eco-Mortician
By Elizabeth Fournier

The author of The Green Reaper, Elizabeth Fournier, knew from childhood onward that she wanted a career in the mortuary business. As a child, she played “funeral,” and as a young adult, she banged on doors until she got her first job working for a...

Blood River Rising

The Thompson-Crismon Feud of the 1920s
By Victoria Pope Hubbell

Blood River Rising: The Thompson-Crismon Feud of the 1920s by Victoria Pope Hubbell, Ph.D. is a historical, nonfiction narrative that considers one of the questions about the Ku Klux Klan that has never been properly considered by any author. Every time people read about the...

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Instant Friendship

How to Make Friends Instantly!
By The INSTANT-Series

Many people struggle with connecting with others and developing meaningful relationships. Instant Friendship: How to Make Friends Instantly! by The INSTANT-Series is a useful tool that will give good guidance when it comes to making friends easily. The tips and techniques shared by the author...

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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...

What Does God Think?

Transgender People and The Bible
By Cheryl B. Evans

Is being transgender against God and the Bible? That is the question that Cheryl Evans, author of What Does God Think?: Transgender People and the Bible, attempts to answer. Evans, the mother of a daughter and a transgender son, said, "I set out to discover...

Melancholy's Autograph

By Sarah Lamar King

Melancholy’s Autograph is a journey into heartfelt prose and poetry, written by Sarah Lamar King. Each poem relates to different emotional aspects of a person’s life, ranging from the natural to the bizarre, from life to death and, in some instances, beyond. Each verse, on...

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PRIDE

You Can't Heal if You're Hiding From Yourself
By Ronald Holt, William Huggett

It’s tough being a teenager. Period. I am middle aged now, but I remember this like it was yesterday. In my writing, I have often advocated having a course on life to teach young people about some of the difficult choices they will have to...

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Heroes, Villains, and Healing

A Guide to Help Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Using DC Comic Superheroes and Villains
By Kenneth Rogers Jr.

Abuse is nothing to laugh at or to be entertained by, especially sexually or to a child. Author Kenneth Rogers Jr. has taken a different self-help approach in helping men to become healed and overcoming the barriers associated with childhood sexual abuse. In his book,...