Boomer Brands

Iconic Brands that Shaped Our Childhood
By Barry Silverstein

For a delightful look at the products and mores that shaped the lives of the boomer generation, you can't do much better than Boomer Brands by Barry Silverstein. For those of us who grew up in the fifties and sixties, these were the things that...

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Black Divinity

Manifesto of the Black Theocracy Third Edition
By Tony Saunders

Black Divinity: Manifesto of the Black Theocracy by Tony Saunders is the third edition of the author's Black Divinity books, offering a peek through the window of New York City street culture for those of us on the outside who have little to no understanding...

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Boot Language

A Memoir
By Vanya Erickson

Boot Language: A Memoir by Vanya Erickson left me feeling sad. In this memoir, Erickson tells about her childhood. She grew up with an alcoholic father, who seemed to hate her, and a mother who refused to seek medical help for her children due to...

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Brave

Young Women's Global Revolution, Volume 1
By Gayle Kimball

Brave: Young Women's Global Revolution, Volume 1 by Gayle Kimball provides a platform for thousands of youths, from 88 countries spanning various continents. More than 4000 surveys and hundreds of interviews were conducted. Its focus is on global issues, mostly those pertaining to women on...

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Being Reasonable

Plain Talk About Living in the Future
By Ross Urquhart

Being Reasonable: Plain Talk About Living in the Future by Ross Urquhart was written following an epiphany by its author; one in which a kid at a cash register asked him if he wanted to use a "senior card". Urquhart swallowed his pride, accepted that...

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Bridging The Gap

Life Lessons of the Dying
By Kimberly C. Paul

Not many of us think about death and even for those who do, it is just for mere moments before we are caught up in the daily maze of life. Death in itself has often been considered a taboo subject, a horrible experience that should...

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Blades of Grass

The Story of George Aylwin Hogg
By Mark Aylwin Thomas

Whether your interest is China in the 1930s and 1940s, the industrial cooperative movement, the role of foreigners in relief and development work in Asia, or just a very good biography about an ordinary but extremely talented and courageous Englishman who did extraordinary things in...

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Breaking Free of Manipulation

A Story of Struggle and Survival After Being In the Grip of a Psychopath
By Melody

''Melody'' (not her real name) survived a relationship with a man she believed to be a psychopath. In Breaking Free of Manipulation, she offers us a brief but useful combination of a personal story of her experience and advice for those who may face a...

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But For The Love Of My Father

A Memoir
By Dr. Julia E. Antoine

But For The Love Of My Father: A Memoir by Dr. Julia E. Antoine is a detailed autobiographical account of Julia’s life and follows the events in a chronological manner. Julia talks about her childhood home in the Caribbean Islands, her early years, her parents'...

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Blemished But Not Broken

By Kay Kinsley Adams

Blemished But Not Broken by Kay Kinsley Adams is a gritty memoir that chronicles one woman’s journey from victimhood to inner freedom — an unashamed soul-searching and a brutally honest account that is a powerful indictment of what debases the individual and robs them of...

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