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Book: Walls of Wind - The Complete Trilogy by J. A. McLachlan
"If you read no other "alien" authors this year, don't miss WALLS OF WIND." ~ Bookreporter - What if males and females were completely different species? On the alien planet Wind there are two sentient species: the Ghen are fierce hunters who protect the walls of their city-state, while the Bria are farmers and artisans who bear the young of both species. They have little in common except their [...]
 
Book: Codependency & Men by Mary Crocker Cook
Codependency & Men utilizes stories, self-evaluation tools and practical strategies to interrupt and heal patterns that have derailed many men's relationships and recovery attempts for years. Here, at last, is a comprehensive understanding of Codependency specifically for men. * "Is Codependency experienced differently by men?" * "What role does gender play in the way Codependency 'looks' for [...]
 
Book: The Long March Home by Zoë S Roy
The Long March Home tells the story of three generations of women. Agnes, a young Canadian goes to China as a missionary, and falls in love with a Chinese medical student. Growing anti-western sentiment forces her to return home to Nova Scotia, where she discovers she is pregnant. Meihua, their American-born daughter, travels to China in search of the father she never met and winds up marrying a [...]
 
Book: The Illusions of Gender We Live By in Marriage by Diana DeLaHaye, LMHC
This book is a unique look at Marriage. It sheds light on the gender roles that we play in marriage. In those roles there are illusions of what men and women are as people. Because of these outdated, untrue concepts of gender, couples struggle with unhappiness and unhealthy dependency.The book takes a look at marriage today and askes why we can not see each other as equal. I look at how marriage [...]
 
Book: When The Thin Blue Line Begins To Blur - Memoirs of an Atlanta Police Commander's struggle to maintain accountability within the APD by Khalfani B. Yabuku
In light of the increase in tensions between our nations' police departments and the urban communities they serve, this book offers a timely remedy for citizens and officers alike. The author skillfully takes us on a journey of his struggles to start the healing process from within the walls of the Atlanta Police Department. Chapter after chapter, he takes us on patrol to expose the myriad issues [...]
 
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: 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: 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: Walpajirri - The Legend of an Easter Bilby - The Adventures of a Rabbit-Eared Bandicoot in the Australian Desert by M.E. Skeel
If you were alone in the desert would you travel to the end of the earth to find love? Jirri did. If you loved Watership Down then you will love this true to life animal adventure. Jirri travels across the vast continent of Australia, braving floods, droughts, fire and dangerous predators to find true love and become a legend in the process. Are you tired of stories about animals that wear [...]
 
Book: Shadowboxer by Paula Sophia
Willie Guyles has a secret he's been fighting to keep, something he thought he'd boxed up a long time ago. When he meets a drag prostitute while patrolling the streets of Oklahoma City, the old feelings return, and he can't force them back into the box. A story about identity crisis, the horrible consequences of bullying, and the detrimental effects of self-loathing, Shadowboxer descends into a [...]
 
Book: Burning Barriers by Karen Moulder
Burning Barriers was written as a fiction based on my life as a single mother who became the first female firefighter in Brownsville, TX. It shows what led me to make that career decision. It brings the reader into my world of a mother working three jobs, fighting life threatening fires, and gender discrimination from entering a "man's" job, as well as being part of history making. It not only [...]
 
Book: AND... THE MIRROR CRACKED by M. Handy
And... The Mirror Cracked is a fast paced, dramatic tale of five diverse characters connected by one common interests, and that is to destroy Billionaire, Thomas Harvey (aka: child, sex trade aficionado)! Combing through their own personal challenges and wrenching scandals has led them all to this one predestined place of purpose. However, it will demand a warrior's heart for them to destroy this [...]
 
Book: Living Without False Guides by Timur Kustarev
'False guides'? Here, this term does not mean what many of you think. ___ Have you ever heard such a term as "voluntary self-delusion"? It is something that happens to almost everybody, without people even realizing it. The reason is that there exist incorrect mental attitudes in our mind. These attitudes result in us getting ourselves entangled in illusions, setting unnecessary goals for [...]
 
Book: The Teacher's Strike by Gabby Matthews
This debut novella by Gabby Matthews marks the first historical fiction set against the backdrop of the 2012 Chicago teacher's strike. Based on extensive investigative research of the monumental event, Matthews weaves a complex narrative that seamlessly blends perilous romantic intimacy with sultry political struggle. School administrators pegged Telly Jorgenson as a 'troubled' teenager in and [...]
 
Book: In the Shadows of the Oaks by Frank Settineri
Electricity sparked through the air when their eyes first met but neither Landi nor Sean, the tutor of her son, could succumb to their desires. Instead she fled to the safety of her bedroom to escape the inevitable. Ultimately, after three months of denial their sequestered feelings burst through the facade, culminating in passionate romance. Their world was now complete with one exception - [...]
 
Book: Cinderella Tears by Jui-Wei Yang
Hailey Walker is in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend, Sam Brown, but doesn't want to leave him. Their affair is not only abusive, but extremely romantic at the same time. Sam is good at sweeping a girl off her feet. Hailey grew up believing that true love and happiness with a romantic man is a fairy tale come true. It becomes an obsession. She believes her relationship with Sam is what [...]
 
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: Good News For a Fractured Society - Matthew Speaks to Divisions of Power, Wealth, Gender, and Religious Pluralism by Stephen P. McCutchan
"Given the ideologically divided, tension-filled world in which we live, imagine hearing someone tell you how God can work through these divisions in a way that offers hope and healing for the world. The author suggests that this is exactly what Matthew sought to do in his gospel. The Hebrew Scriptures tell the story of how God chose to accomplish a divine work of reconciliation through a chosen [...]
 
Book: Reason for Existence by Richard Botelho
When David Jordan, an extraterrestrial human in appearance, agrees to help U.N. Secretary General Nicholas Straka resolve an escalating nuclear crisis, he also learns he must defuse a horrifying plot to exterminate humanity by a hostile race of beings who despise human culture. Somehow, he must thwart both crises before a worldwide intervention is launched by his superiors, destroying human [...]
 
Book: Dying Embers by Glenn Trust
The embers of hate smoldered beneath the ashes of a century. Glowing dimly, still hot, it would take only a breeze to fan them to life. Then the wind came, and the flames rose. Set during the time of school desegregation, 'Dying Embers' is a story of love, hate, terrible tragedy and immense courage. It is a story of growing up. Set during the time of school desegregation, 'Dying Embers' is a [...]
 
Book: Journal of an Eyewitness by Ken Klopper
A WEALTHY MAN. A TROUBLED TIME. AN ANGEL'S HELP. A SPIRITUAL SOLUTION A story set in Biblical times about a boy born into a wealthy and successful family of merchants, and a world where money can buy almost anything. A family with influence, beauty, and acceptance in the community, but unable to overcome the hurdles that the boy has to face. Guided by the entries in his daily journal and his [...]
 
Book: All in A Day's Work by J.D. Kennedy
Regina is the Office Manager and a fly on the wall at a small but successful Public Relations agency in New York City. While some people have to deal with pompous bosses and office politics Regina is coping with a cross-dressing Vice President, promiscuous co-workers, cantankerous clients and the occasional drug peddling intern. After a senior account executive's death at his desk goes virtually [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Teenage Hermaphrodite by Lianne Simon
F rom the heart of an intersex teen, one who must ultimately choose male or female--family or true love--comes the story of a deeply emotional and perilous journey home. This is a young adult novel unlike any other--an authentic portrayal of the issues faced by a child growing up with a sexually ambiguous body. J ameson can be like other boys after minor surgery and a few years on testosterone [...]
 
Book: Take Five by Linda Swift
An emotional and thought provoking mix of suspense, mild horror, and ironic twists... GIVE IT ALL YOU'VE GOT - A new job as school librarian in a small town brings both joy and deep tragedy to the life of a young woman with a secret, an over-aged senior, and an alcoholic janitor. THE GOOD NEWS - An elevator filled with tourists stops and a small boy's life hangs in the balance. Above ground, a [...]
 
Book: DISMANTLING THE ~ ISMS by Mercy Offor, PhD
ABOUT THE BOOK - This articulate and commendable writing mirrors problems that face everyone through the eyes of an experienced social analyst. In an artistic manner, the author of Dismantling the ~Isms re-describes reality, and construes social experiences in a new and venturesome way. Various social problems are highlighted, and viable solutions are listed by the diligent author who draws from [...]
 
Book: emerging College Sex Rules by Jack McNamara
Recently retired campus cop Jack McNamara is searching for the granddaughter of an old friend, college sophomore Emma Macaulay. His investigation takes him through the coastal towns of Massachusetts and into the dorm rooms and minds of today's sexually active college students, where he learns about a subculture quite unlike that of his own young adulthood. This short story should be read by [...]
 
Book: Transgression by Frank Parker
Roger felt too old for this talk of conspiracies and subterfuge. It had all seemed so simple forty years ago: help a friend and a young woman hide the consequences of a single foolish action that both regretted. How had it turned into a witch hunt? Forty years ago four people conspired to conceal a teenage pregnancy. Now one of them is dead and a book about her threatens to expose a Member of [...]
 
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: Making a Superstar Company by Rick Polson
You are getting ready to start or you just started a new business. You are an expert in your current field such as Shoe Retail, Heating/AC or Business-to-Business Sales. You are stuck as to how to build your customer base and continue to gain customers. That is why I wrote this book, to help you do just that. This book is for anyone about to start a business or anyone who has a business that has [...]
 
Book: Can you be...that stupid? - A Polite Guide to Stimulating Conversation by Geoffrey Robinson
How many times have you found yourself in conversation with a person who made a statement that confirmed for you that they had absolutely no idea what the hell they were talking about? Everything you'll find here was personally heard, read or viewed by me. Over an extended period of time I began writing these little cast in stone truths on post-it notes. Eventually I typed and organized them. [...]
 
Book: Nobody Wakes Up Pretty by Diane Lefer
New York City, 1992. For Holly, it's the summer when the city she's lived in all her life changes past recognition. And the funerals are about to begin. "Let's get this out of the way," she says. "I'm a white woman who likes black men." That includes her lover Samps. Once a young artist of promise, he's now homeless, living in a Harlem squat, and maybe, Holly fears, clinically insane. But that [...]
 
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 [...]
 
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