A Call To Reform

Sustaining America's Unique Culture
By Stephen P. Fish

A Call To Reform: Sustaining America's Unique Culture by Stephen P. Fish is a bipartisan look at America's culture and how to keep it alive. If you're thinking this is a one-sided affair pitting parties and philosophies against each other, you're mistaken. Fish is talking...

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Free Ice Cream

By Ganesh Natarajan

Free Ice Cream by Ganesh Natarajan is a non-fiction book about how to make things for free, especially ice cream. A group of high school kids had a project for their Economics class; they needed to find a way to make things, like food and...

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Peak Mindset

Apply Realistic Thinking When Studies on Happiness Fail to Make Us Happy
By Said Hasyim

This book proves to the reader just how much power our subconscious has upon us if we take control of our lives; mentally and physically speaking, life would be something else. We would be happier, less confused, and, overall, we would have more confidence in...

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Why The White Man Rules

(an apology)
By Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr.

From the beginning of time, the white man has invaded and overthrown countries across the world. Throughout history, they have dominated every corner of society with power and subjugation, whether that is by their birthright or talents. The white man has ventured across the world...

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Climate Change and the Road to Net-Zero

Science • Technology • Economics • Politics
By Mathew Hampshire-Waugh

Climate Change and the Road to Net-Zero by Mathew Hampshire-Waugh is a layman-friendly discourse on the pressing issues of climate change and how we, as a species, have dramatically changed the natural landscape, and the power that we possess to take action in living harmoniously...

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Crash

How I Became a Reluctant Caregiver
By Rachel Michelberg

Crash: How I Became a Reluctant Caregiver by Rachel Michelberg is a memoir that details an important period in her life. After a couple of broken engagements, she got married to David and had two children. Rachel had lost satisfaction in the marriage, but she...

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Hoggrills End

The Little Red Engine and Other Trite Homilies
By Felix Schrodinger

Hoggrills End by Felix Schrodinger is a collection of thought-provoking stories of one man’s life journey both in reality and through his extraordinary imagination. This unique biography covers a wide range of situations, historic events, and personal experiences. The collection includes tales from government protocol,...

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Dragged Into the Light

Truthers, Reptilians, Super Soldiers, and Death Inside an Online Cult
By Tony Russo

Dragged Into the Light: Truthers, Reptilians, Super Soldiers, and Death inside an Online Cult by Tony Russo is a true crime book that tells the story of a for-profit cult, internet scams, and murder. This is the story of the nefarious influence of a social...

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The Write Spot

Musings and Ravings From a Pandemic Year
By Marlene Cullen

What energizes you? What gets you through one day after another of living restrictions? Masking when out in public, social distancing, stay-at-home orders – these are part of the new norm, but how does it really define us? The year 2020 is certainly not something...

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NOW They Make it Legal

Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer
By Howard Harrison

Howard Harrison has written a thoroughly enjoyable memoir about Baby Boomers called NOW They Make It Legal: Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer. Howard presents his life’s story as one view of what life was like growing up as a Baby Boomer. I, personally, am...

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