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Book: Outside Plumbing - The Myths Of Manhood by Virginia Llorca
Are you in a relationship with a male? Boyfriend, brother, husband, son, or maybe just that guy yelling at you out of his car window -- there are always moments of misunderstanding and conflict. This light-hearted look at why a guy is a guy will help you understand the males in your life. It may not solve any of the problems, but you will smile the next time he starts talking about fantasy [...]
 
Book: Going Southern - The No-Mess Guide to Success in the South by Deborah J. Levine
Going Southern is both a personal journey and a guide to navigating the culture of the South. Deborah Levine's stories & strategies give New Southerners a cultural map to the U.S. Southeast while entertaining them in true Southern style. Read how and why Newcomers are taking the journey South. Steer your way through the Old and New South with the Going Southern stories and strategies. In his [...]
 
Book: I Am a Mute Iraqi with a Voice by Weam Namou
"Sometimes, a book of poems transcends the form and becomes pure experience. I Am a Mute Iraqi with a Voice is a startling call to memory and mourning for an Iraq that is "dead," an ululation for all that is lost in war after war after war. In these poems, Iraqis are divided not by politics but by location and circumstance; those fortunate enough to live in America are wracked with guilt, and [...]
 
Book: Cultural Primitivism in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats by Walt Lamberg
Many readers of poetry who enjoy the work of William Butler Yeats know him primarily for his great poems written during the 20th Century, such poems as "No Second Troy," "The Mask," "On Being Asked for a War Poem," "The Second Coming," and "Leda and the Swan." This book focuses on his early poetry written during the 1880s and 1890s. One key idea is that readers of his later poems can enhance [...]
 
Book: Butterfly Tears by Zoë S. Roy
Butterfly Tears is a collection of fifteen pieces of short fiction that depict the experiences of Chinese immigrant women facing the challenges of life in a new country. The stories are set in different parts of China, Canada, and to a lesser extent in the United States and examine Chinese women's cross-cultural experiences in North America as well as women's issues and political discrimination [...]
 
Book: Of Faith and Freedom - How cultural Marxism and political correctness hijacked America and how to take it back! by Joe Gilbert
It isn't very politically correct to say America is a Christian nation. However, the Founding Fathers were Christians and their core convictions were the bedrock upon which this country was built. These principles include the belief that as divine creations of God we are all equal before the law, each citizen has intrinsic worth and value above any government and our rights are endowed onto us by [...]
 
Book: LEADERSHIP BY VIRTUE - Dé Lǐng Dǎo - Martial arts philosophy behind leadership process to rise above our 'cultural background noise' by Jaro Berce
The story is showing from a first-person perspective the internal growing up of a leadership process based on non-Western approach. The main character, brought up in Europe and therefore used to Western "cultural background noise' although practicing Chinese martial arts, has to learn and understand the differences brought by Far East principles if he wants to grasp leadership from a different [...]
 
Book: Into the Void by Emma Stein
The country of Anglina is teeming with social upheaval, and its officials have found an unlikely national hero in a philosopher and social activist named Horace. The Anglinian government has appointed the effeminate, irreverent, and stubborn scholar to undertake a journey around the world to learn the secret of other countries' success. Unfortunately for Horace, most of the societies he visits [...]
 
Book: Nature's Outlet: "Beholder of The Grail" by Le Roy Walker
In this teaching, I will teach you how to break the self down, remaking the self completely, for the greatest of blessings ever. I will make known to you all of the woes, and also healing, of the self, quite naturally. To do so you will use these methods, while also using the self awareness for sharp upgrade about it all. Give it a try.
 
Book: Gilgamesh in the 21st Century - A Personal Quest to Understand Mortality by Paul Bracken
"Must I die?" asked Gilgamesh. Forty five centuries later, we're still asking the same question. Science writer Paul Bracken embarks on a lighthearted assessment of the human condition, to explore what it means to be mortal, and what our fate may be. This scientific reimagining of the ancient Gilgamesh quest delves into a multitude of topics including the origin of life, the workings of the human [...]
 
Book: Secrets of a Mayan Moon (An Isabella Mumphrey Adventure) by Paty Jager
Secrets of a Mayan Moon Book one of the Isabella Mumphrey Adventure series What happens when a brilliant anthropologist is lured to the jungle to be used as a human sacrifice? Child prodigy and now Doctor of Anthropology, Isabella Mumphrey, is about to lose her job at the university. In the world of publish or perish, her mentor's request for her assistance on a dig is just the opportunity she's [...]
 
Book: Journeys with the caterpillar - Travelling through the islands of Flores and Sumba, Indonesia by Shivaji Das
A humorous travelogue on Indonesia "The crowd lined the street, shoulder to shoulder. Fathers held young boys high, the older children climbing trees for better views. The pressure of the crowd built behind me. About fifteen men assembled around a tied buffalo: the sacrifices were about to begin." What comes to your mind when you think of Indonesia? Do you think of volcanoes rising hurriedly from [...]
 
Book: Good Vibration by S M Mala
Sylvie works in an e-commerce company, 'Good Vibration', specialising in the distribution of adult toys. She's surrounded by colourful people as well as interesting items she refuses to use. The place has been her lifeline, even though it's made out of silicone and plastic, for two and a half years as she still tries to come to terms with the devastation of losing of her husband while bringing up [...]
 
Book: A River to Die For (Something to Die for Mysteries) by Radine Trees Nehring
Join Carrie McCrite and her new husband Henry King in the fifth Something to Die For Mystery. Henry plans an anniversary surprise: the two of them will join Carrie's son Rob and Henry's half-sister Catherine for a camping trip at the Buffalo National River. When Rob and Catherine disappear, Carrie, her friend Shirley, and Henry help search for them. A River to Die For features strong women [...]
 
Book: No More Mulberries by Mary Smith
Scottish-born midwife, Miriam loves her work at a health clinic in rural Afghanistan and the warmth and humour of her women friends in the village, but she can no longer ignore the cracks appearing in her marriage. Her doctor husband has changed from the loving, easy-going man she married and she fears he regrets taking on a widow with a young son, who seems determined to remain distant from his [...]
 
Book: Ramblings in Ireland by Kerry Dwyer
This is not a book about rambling in Ireland. It tells the tale of one particular walking trip and the memories and musings it inspired. Exploring the West of Ireland is a time for meditation, spiritual reflection and strengthening the bonds of life. More practically the ability to read a map might have proved helpful. The tourist office in Ireland has all their paths clearly marked. You can't go [...]
 
Book: Inshallah by Sybil Powell
Jinya a wilful but otherwise a conventional Saudi girl had her life turned upside down at Abba airport when she admired an English expatriate, Mark Maxwell. Through a series of fateful situations they meet and fall in love, breaking the civil and religious laws of the country. Fighting against all the difficulties they plan their future together, only to be discovered by her brother. He had the [...]
 
Book: Thought Log 2015.08.17.1900 by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
Thought Log 2015.08.17.1900 is a compilation of more than a decade of pondering and ongoing personal study of deep subject matter relating to the cosmos and man's relationship to God. The date and time displayed in the title refer to the commencement of the author's efforts to make a written record of a string of related thoughts, visions, and dreams. This book explores some aspects of the [...]
 
Book: Get Him To Propose In 80 Days: Unlock The Secrets To Make Your Guy Fall In Love & Commit To You Forever by Titania Hudson
GETTING A MAN TO OFFER A MARRIAGE PROPOSAL AND SAY 'YES, I DO' IS NOT A BATTLE OF WITS AND CONSTANT PRESSURING, ONLY A MERGING OF WILLS ON BOTH SIDES ... Let's see how some readers felt about this book ... This is a fantastic book that gives a lot of great tips that every woman should know. - Ma. Antonia. It is very reasonable, full of good, solid, common sense ideas and reflections.- Gary Gedall [...]
 
Book: The Feminine Art by Weam Namou
Set in America and the Middle East in the early 1990s, The Feminine Art is the story of Suham, a married woman who distracts herself from boredom by trying to find her nephew, Michael, a wife. The perfect bride happens to be in Baghdad. As the arranged wedding takes a shape of its own, Suham and Michael are challenged to face the truths within themselves that had been kept hidden behind tradition [...]
 
Book: 1809; The Year They Freed the Slaves by Jack Lourens
The title gives our ending away. The book is the journey we make to arrive. Our journey starts in Africa with a young child, and her upbringing within a unique family. Atende learns the skills of her parents who serve as the Obeahmen and N'ganga of their tribe, the Shaman, but she also evidences behavioral traits that hint at some darker, something different, that lies deeper within. Captured and [...]
 
Book: Onions of Eternity by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
This book expounds a few concepts addressed in my books, Thought Log 2015.08.17.1900, Circumscription Hypothesis, and Intelligent Universe. This book invites readers to explore a simple visual model of how ongoing creations of universes may be organized by our Heavenly Father, and by his heavenly father, and by his heavenly grandfather, and so on. It suggests parental ties weave an infinite [...]
 
Book: Pomp and Circumstances by Sue Hampton
After a disastrous date with Eleanor, James wakes up to a house full of Royal Wedding fever. It may be a national holiday, but he's in no mood for romance. His best friend Olly is anti-monarchy, but his loved-up parents are ready to party and his younger sister Faith sets off for Hyde Park to experience the atmosphere for herself. Somewhere across the city, in the crowd that James does not want [...]
 
Book: The Avocado Tree - An Immigrant's Journey by Roxanne Catherine Mapp
The Avocado Tree: An Immigrant's Journey is about an immigrant who came to America with her two young daughters for a better life. It is a full color book of art, poetry and photography creatively used to inspire people to want to excel despite challenging experiences. The idea for this book came from the deep need to motivate immigrants to be proud of their cultural heritage. To have the courage [...]
 
Book: The Flavor of Cultures by Weam Namou
Mervat was born in Iraq as a minority Christian and in the late 1970s and came to America at age two. Torn between her cultural heritage which dates back over 7300 years and the new land of freedom and opportunity, she watches friends live an Americanized lifestyle while she clings onto Middle Eastern traditions, all along yearning for the courage to follow her own path, to "Trust thyself" as [...]
 
Book: Made in the Image of God - Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World by Reid A. Ashbaucher
ABOUT THE BOOK: Made in the Image of God is a book for those who seek a deeper knowledge and understanding of who God is and how we as human beings relate to him physically, emotionally, and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. If you have an interest in the Word of God, possess some basic understanding of the Scriptures, and seek to know more about the God who provides [...]
 
Book: Cross Cultural Doctoring. On and Off the Beaten Path. by William LeMaire
In Cross Cultural Doctoring you will read about my career as a successful obstetrician and gynecologist in academic medicine at a major university. You will read why I decided at age 55 to leave my position, jump into the unknown and get off the beaten path. I will relate how my wife Anne and I accomplished this and how I kept working for various lengths of time in a number of different cultural [...]
 
Book: Boxed Set - The Coach House and Daughters by Florence Osmund
Two-Book Series: The Coach House - When Marie discovers the extent of her husband's involvement in 1940s Chicago underground activities, she gives up what had appeared to be the perfect life a good job, a loving husband, and the promise of starting a family. In her pursuit of a new life, fate draws her to Kansas where she finds refuge in a coach house apartment tucked away behind a three-story [...]
 
Book: Crescendo by Deborah J Ledford
ANTHONY AWARD NOMINEE Best Audiobook 2014 One dead woman.A missing child.The diabolic father who will do anything to get his son back.The female cop who risks everything to keep the boy safe.CRESCENDO - Redemption with a bullet As the only female Native American officer on the Bryson City, North Carolina police force, Inola Walela, must always play her A game. All bets are off when during a [...]
 
Book: Hunting Practices of the Wachiperi - Demystifying Indigenous Environmental Behavior by Rodolfo Tello
What makes indigenous peoples conserve or degrade biodiversity? When it comes to environmental conservation and sustainable development initiatives in tropical forests, indigenous peoples are key players, often described as either conservationists or destroyers of biodiversity. Such interpretations usually guide the design and implementation of conservation strategies. The central question about [...]
 
Book: International Business Language - Part 2 by Tami Lancut Leibovitz
To network in another country, one needs to understand its hidden cultural codes. Each nation carries its own identity, its own peculiarities, unique dress code, individual world outlook, and specific parameters of acceptable behavior. Knowing the different customs and habits of each country will prevent potential embarrassment, while the incorrect interpretation of events may lead to rude and [...]
 
Book: While the Sands Whisper by Linda Ruth Horowitz
A Cultural Heritage Literary Novel: . . . her camera reveals unforseen secrets of a ruthless desert No stranger to challenge; the freelance American-Israeli documentary photographer, embarks on an adventure-filled, hazardous journey to photograph the Bedouin of Sinai. Ayishah meets her charismatic desert guide, Hakim Al-khalifa; whose life is lived on a rugged terrain where a constant battle for [...]
 
Book: The Ocean of Mrs. Nagai - Stories by Sharbari Z. Ahmed
A collection of short stories set in places as different as Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Hell's Kitchen that tell about love, displacement and the agonies of childhood. *** Sharbari Zohra Ahmed received an MA in creative writing from New York University. Her fiction has appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Caravan Magazine, Catamaran, and the Asian Pacific American Journal. Her short fiction was [...]
 
Book: Witnesses and Troublemakers by Richard French
Gray Cloud said: "I'll do what I can to make the woodland a happy place to be." This is the fourth volume in a series called "Witnesses". It consists of several narratives that have to do with warfare and the aftermath of war. The editor Stephanie Markham continues her search for framing narratives to accompany stories by the writer Paul Kingsley. She also keeps on with her campaign to end the [...]
 
Book: Hidden in Plain Sight - The Other People in Norman Rockwell's America by Jane Allen Petrick
Norman Rockwell's America was not all white. . . As early as 1936, Norman Rockwell was portraying African-Americans, Asian Americans and Native Americans with empathy and a dignity often denied them at the time. And he created these portraits from live models. Hidden in Plain Sight: The Other People in Norman Rockwell's America chronicles for the first time Norman Rockwell's portrayal of [...]
 
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