This book is a long and comprehensive consideration of Africa that marks differences with Western perceptions. Khoza Mduduzi’s The West Stole Africa’s Wealth is a sprawling historical and socioeconomic discussion of the continent’s... Read More
July 28, 2015
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I Am Not My Mother’s Child motivates others with traumatic pasts to leave pain behind. Pride. Determination. Resilience. Andrale Jean-Louis claims these talismanic words as her guide through an abusive childhood in Haiti with her... Read More
Honors student falls for professor. Honors student kisses professor. "Break Your Heart", by Rhonda Helms, is the story of a stereotypical crush on a college campus with the potential to end a career. Academic ethics is the villain in... Read More
Nenson has created likable and bubbly characters to go along with a great sense of fashion. What woman doesn’t love shoes? Francie Lanoo certainly does. She’s the teenage protagonist of Laurie Nenson’s new work, "If Not 4 U and... Read More
This outstanding guide to fostering peace in communities opens hearts up to facilitating justice in an often violent world. "The Sacred Ego" speaks from and to the heart as author Jalaja Bonheim implores humans, as individuals and as a... Read More
With contemporary problems and topics, musical references, and spot-on dialogue, this novel is both relatable and humorous. With a tagline like “A Contemporary Comedy of Parenting Errors about a Single Father, a Rock ‘n’ Roll... Read More