Tag Archives: Non-Fiction

Featured non-fiction books including biographies, memoirs, histories, how-to, self-help, education, reference and more!

Collapse of the African American Family

Collapse of the African American FamilyIn Collapse of the African American Family, Anthropologist Gregory Days presents a twenty-first century wake-up call to his fellow African Americans and America as a nation.

Days shares his observations as a Black man who spent years working as a cultural anthropologist. His book describes phenomena he has witnessed and what he views as the destruction of the African American family from within. Continue reading

Dear You

Dear You by Derra Nicole Sabo 2Dear You is a lovely invitation into Derra Nicole Sabo’s world.

A wonderful opportunity borne out of a complex and challenging experience, to recall the good times with loved ones, the chance to express the rarely spoken profound specifics of what binds friends and family together.

This is a heart-warming collection of letters to loved ones that explores the wonder, frailty and extraordinary qualities of friendship, family, love and life. Continue reading

Individual Advantages: Find the I in Team (The I in Team Series Book 1)

Individual Advantages: Find the I in Team (The I in Team Series Book 1) by Brian Smith and Mary SmithThis book presents the reader with a meticulous way of achieving prosperity.

Utilizing storytelling and philosophy, the reader will undeniably be lead on a roller coaster of emotion through their own past as well as the past of the author. The author’s insights and advice on how to achieve personal fulfillment, overcome self-defeating behaviors, and realize individual influence is unparalleled. The book’s core messages—know yourself, hold yourself accountable for your actions and behavior, set realistic and measurable goals, strive to be the best you can be—are time honored. This book is designed to indulge every reader in success and does not adopt a “one size fits all” methodology. Continue reading

Strong Within: The Christian Woman’s Guidebook for Nurturing Self-Love and Personal Power

Strong Within: The Christian Woman’s Guidebook for Nurturing Self-Love and Personal Power by Bozena ZawiszRealize greater self-love and personal power.

·Explore your perception of a Christian woman’s identity

·Learn empowering “Christian psychotherapy” coping strategies

·Redefine your relationship with your body

·Apply Christian examples of mindfulness to your everyday life

·Transform personal/social/historic restrictions that impact your self-esteem Continue reading

The 33 Laws of Being Rich Forever: The Untold Secrets of Gaining Wealth and Power

The 33 Laws of Being Rich Forever: The Untold Secrets of Gaining Wealth and Power by David WeaverThe average book that teaches wealth will only teach you the methods after that era is over with. The 33 Laws of Being Rich Forever teaches you how to gain wealth in real time– not a study of someone who gained wealth 100 years ago.

This is the modern blueprint for starting at a disadvantage and living your dream life. Packed full with proven strategies designed to uncover your potential– complete with ideas and methods of building capital that you can put to use right now. Continue reading

To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence

To the Survivors: One Man's Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence by Robert UttaroTo the Survivors is a deeply-moving, empowering, and brutally honest book about one man’s journey as a rape crisis counselor with true stories of sexual violence shared by survivors in their own words.

Gently and beautifully constructed, To the Survivors is moving, tender, sharp, and piercingly true all at once. Continue reading

Unlocking Love: 10 Keys to Finding the Love of Your Life (Even If It’s You)

Unlocking Love: 10 Keys to Finding the Love of Your Life (Even If It's You) by James Michael SamaIn an age where we are more connected to each other than ever before through social media, we also seem to be more disconnected than ever before, as we navigate our lives through a screen.

Where has romance gone? What does it mean to truly love yourself? How (and where) can you finally find higher quality men and women? How do you effectively communicate what you will and won’t accept in a relationship? Continue reading

Johnny Gora

Johnny Gora by John GoodaleHave you ever had your life fall apart, or felt you were on the verge of oblivion and wonder if there were any glimmers of hope ahead?

If you’re human, its likely that has happened to you at least once. During those times, it may seem like nothing good will ever come your way again.

John Goodale felt that way. In his memoir, Johnny Gora, Goodale tells how he watched his entire life crumble. Continue reading

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves by Cathy CurranWhen your grandparents make bathtub gin and go shopping with funny money, and your dad flaunts his degree from the school of hard knocks, you grow up learning that “life ain’t no got-dem picnic.”

These lessons are handed down to Cathy Curran by Eastern European immigrants who learned how to survive caring little for aesthetics–“if it worrrks, who gives a got-dem what da hell it looks like.” Continue reading

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows by Anna Casamento Arrigo“The only mode my thoughts run in, though, is rewind. Never fast-forward and certainly never stopped. Thus the truth is my thoughts and, the facts are my experience, subjective, and still mine.”

Following the plight of a young Italian girl, Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, is more than just a memoir; this book explores the relationship between the individual and truth, the effect of the past upon the present, and conflicting representations about love. Continue reading

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers by Sarah RetterDo you want to travel with ease and elegance getting what you need when you need it? This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to Costa Rica.

The most useful 1,000 phrases to get around when travelling in Costa Rica. You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for Continue reading

Memoirs of a Dog Walker

Memoirs of a Dog Walker by April Jean LeiteBroke, facing divorce and bankruptcy, April, aged 35, is facing a dilemma.

Her new job at a corporate childcare center, leaves her feeling unfulfilled and empty. Even the pay rise can’t stop her from feeling miserable, especially since she had given up her photography career to support her musician ex-husband. It’s time for a career change, but what can she do?

Sitting in Central Park one day with her dog, Frances, April watches dog walkers go by and her new career choice is made. In spite of discouragement from friends and family Continue reading

Finding Heaven in the Dark

Finding Heaven in the DarkA cross country hitchhiking trek is the backdrop of this personal odyssey of the 17 year old William L. Ingram, the author of Finding Heaven In The Dark.

The tumultuous 1960s themes of race relations, political turmoil, assassinations, and the Vietnam War also play major roles as Mr. Ingram recounts the events surrounding his self-destructive rebellion and desertion from the Marine Corps. Continue reading

The Ultimate Saskatoon Berry Cookbook

The Ultimate Saskatoon Berry Cookbook by Vickianne CaswellThese berries are great as wine, pie and jam, but what else can you do with them?

Take a journey with your taste buds as you try a chocolate bar or fudge, a hot or cold soup, or tiramisu.

Have a cup of lemonade with your Saskatoon berry salad with vinaigrette dressing, along with your game or other meat.

This book contains 85 recipes from sauce, ice cream, chutney, cookies, cakes and even pemmican. Continue reading

How to Become a Private Investigator

How to Become a Private InvestigatorBreak into the industry with little or no experience.

So you want to be a private investigator?

• Little or no law enforcement or related experience?
• Sick of sending resumes and calling companies only to hear ‘no’?
• Want to start your own business?
• Want to know what it’s really like being a P.I.?

A few years ago I was in exactly the same position.

Find out how I went from a standard corporate marketing job, to fulfilling my dream of becoming a private investigator – with almost no experience.  Continue reading

The Next Port

The Next PortThe Next Port by Heyward Coleman is a bold and entertaining memoir chronicling the five year voyage the author and his wife made sailing their 42-foot sailboat, Skimmer.

Readers will marvel at the warmth, generosity and wisdom the world had to offer them on this journey of a lifetime.

What began as letters to family and friends ultimately became an engaging book that chronicles the realization of a lifelong dream of the author and his wife to explore the world on a sailboat and is a powerful testament to the life and love that flourished during their five-year “world-wind” voyage. Continue reading

No Greater Ally: The Untold Story of Poland’s Forces in World War II

No Greater Ally The Untold Story of Polands Forces in World War IIThere is a chapter of World War II history that remains largely untold; the monumental struggles of an entire nation have been forgotten, and even intentionally obscured. Giving a full overview of Poland’s participation in World War II.

Following their valiant but doomed defence of Poland in 1939, members of the Polish armed forces fought with the Allies wherever and however they could. Full of previously unpublished accounts, and rare photographs, this title provides a detailed analysis of the devastation the war brought to Poland, and the final betrayal when, having fought for freedom for six long years, Poland was handed to the Soviet Union. Continue reading