Non-Fiction - Social Issues

Let's Git Outta Here

How rescue-transport saved the lives of thousands of pets yearly in a small and struggling rural shelter
By Kate J. Kuligowski

Let's Git Outta Here by Kate J. Kuligowski is an in-depth story about Valencia County Animal Shelter (VCAS), a once-respectable shelter overwhelmed by too many animals. As more animals arrived every day, the employees and volunteers became demoralized by the high rate of euthanasia, overcrowding,...

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To And From Crack To Christ

A Sinner In Recovery
By Anonymous Sinner

The author of To And From Crack To Christ: A Sinner In Recovery calls himself Anonymous Sinner and doesn’t mince his words. Starting from age 12, even though he was brought up with Christian values, a lack of self-worth and family issues and problems found...

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V.Q.E

The Tale of an Indian Physician in the United Kingdom of the 1980's
By Vivek Gumaste

V.Q.E: The Tale of an Indian Physician in the United Kingdom of the 1980's by Vivek Gumaste is an interesting memoir that brilliantly documents the story of a young graduate fresh from medical school in Britain in the 1980’s. Twenty-six years old and an ambitious...

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Gangs of Stockholm

A Fallen Angel
By Luke G Dahl

From Luke G. Dahl, author of Daddy’s Curse 1 and 2, comes the first of a new 3-part series centered on the Gangs of Stockholm. Like his other books, this one is also non-fiction, the memoir of a young man, Eric, adopted by a good...

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Cockloft

Scenes from a Gay Marriage
By Kyle Thomas Smith

Cockloft: Scenes from a Gay Marriage by Kyle Thomas Smith is a clever glimpse into the author’s life. The story centers on Smith’s experiences living in New York with his husband, Julius. Through the use of vignettes and short tales, the author makes the ordinary...

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Never A $7 Wh*re

A Bootstrap Success Story About Determination in the Face of Overwhelming Odds (The $7 Series Book 1)
By Toni Crowe

Never A $7 Wh*re: My Journey from a Lady of The Night to the Lady of the Boardroom is a nonfiction memoir written by Toni Crowe. When she was eighteen years old, Toni left her home and family in Chicago to move to Cleveland with...

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Miracle Baby

By Malachi Cannon

Miracle Baby by Malachi Cannon is an inspirational story about facing hardship and living up to one’s calling. Born in Memphis, in the projects and in his mom's living room, his father absent, and with the help of a 911-operator, the child was burdened with...

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A Lib I Am!

An Adult Reader About Children
By Bill Hunt

In these highly charged days of political division, A Lib I Am! by Bill Hunt pokes fun at liberals with no apology. Decidedly not pro-Trump in concept, this humorous analysis of the stereotypical liberal demonstrates the “I want what I want” attitude associated with the...

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Just Stop

10 Things Everyone Should Stop Saying
By Heather Nelson

Just Stop: 10 Things Everyone Should Stop Saying is written by Heather Nelson. Have you ever been faced with a situation which is so tragic that you are not sure what to say? Do you feel you have to fill the awkward silence and just...

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"Adoptees"

We Are Not Who They Think We Are
By Janine Myung Ja

The admittedly concise collection of short articles compiled by Janine Myung Ja in the booklet Adoptees: We Are Not Who They Think We Are, while meant to introduce readers to the often-volatile subject of Adoptee Rights, actually delivers a huge and revealing punch way beyond...

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