What You Don't Know Can Kill You

By Meghan Hansen

As children grow, they adopt their view of the world from their surroundings. By the time we reach adulthood, most of us learn to form our own opinions but are these factual or accurate? In What You Don't Know Can Kill You by Meghan Hansen,...

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War Babies in a Small Town

Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man
By Fred Hammer

War Babies in a Small Town: Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man by Fred Hammer is a memoir that beautifully captures the spirit of a period that is well defined. Readers are very aware of the baby boomers, the silent generation, and the millenials,...

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What A Body Remembers

A Memoir of Sexual Assault and Its Aftermath
By Karen Stefano

The description of What a Body Remembers by Karen Stephano states that it is “… an honest, from-the-gut account of one woman’s journey to regain her power and confidence.” That is incredibly accurate, but here’s what’s even more accurate: this memoir captures the lifelong PTSD...

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Waratah

From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped
By Ha-Le Thai

Waratah: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped by Ha-Le Thai is the author's story, a tale of courage, heartbreak, and new beginnings with the challenges that come with it. Ha-Le escapes the threat of communism and...

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Wake Up Humanity

Poems About You And Me
By Elsa Mendoza

Wake Up Humanity: Poems About You And Me by Elsa Mendoza is a collection of poems that empowers and encourages humanity to rise up and become what they were created to be: custodians of the Earth. The poems deal with a variety of themes, from...

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Wings of Destiny

Ziaur Rahman Ansari - A Life
By Fasihur Rahman

Wings of Destiny: Ziaur Rahman Ansari - A Life is a biographical work written by author Fasihur Rahman around the life of its title character, Indian union minister Ziaur Rahman Ansari. A man who rose to become part of the council for both Indira Gandhi...

Wholly Unmanageable

A tragicomic memoir of rehab, rebellion and raging thirst
By Angela Chase

Wholly Unmanageable is a heartfelt memoir by Angela Chase, self described as ‘A tragicomic memoir of rehab, rebellion and raging thirst’. Focusing on the extreme difficulties of living with alcohol addiction, this is the story of Angela’s visit to Paterson Place, an Ottawa rehab that...

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Why Do You Want to Come to America?

The reasons why refugees and migrants are coming
By Eric Reese

Why Do You Want to Come to America? by Eric Reese is a contemporary essay aimed at the person who wants to migrate to America. Specifically, it is aimed at Muslims who want to migrate to the United States. The essay explores the subjects of...

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White Woman Black Heart

Journey Home to Old Mapoon, A Memoir (Volume 1)
By Barbara Miller

White Woman Black Heart is Barbara Miller’s inspirational memoir that chronicles her journey to political and spiritual awakening and also shares her involvement in helping the Mapoon people resettle in Mapoon in 1974. In 1963, the Queensland government forcefully moves the Mapoon Aboriginal Community from...

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With Justice for Some

Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America
By Lise Pearlman

With Justice For Some: Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America by Lise Pearlman is an in-depth look at thirteen of the most socially relevant criminal trials of the early 1900s. Some of them were media events, some...

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