Category Archives: Non-fiction

Making Sense of the Alt-Right – George Hawley

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “…we can be reasonably concerned that a growing percentage of white America no longer views racism as a moral failing and is willing to be associated with explicit white-identity politics.” That statement is pretty scary. It … Continue reading

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How to Have Fun with Your Aging Parents: I Want to Go to Lithuania – Christina Britton Conroy

(Reviewed by Pat Luboff) A gem of a book! Part workbook, part memoir, part self-help and how-to book; in under 100 pages, Christina Britton Conroy has put together a blueprint for living in peace with your parents. Wow! Yes, even … Continue reading

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A Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment – Barbara Radnofsky

(Reviewed by JD Jung) May I speak to our America readers for a moment? We’ve been hearing the term “impeachment” and “impeachable offenses” quite a bit lately. Do you think that you can speak on the subject with a fair … Continue reading

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The Body Image Blueprint: Your Go-To Guide for Radical Self-Reverence -Jenny Eden Berk

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) The Body Image Blueprint is a self-help book written about body image. It discusses the challenges women face in the world today and covers a broad and unique perspective on our culture obsessed with dieting. Besides … Continue reading

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How To Be Owned By A Cat: Simple Action Plan For First Time Cat Owners Who Have NO Idea What They Are Getting Into – Kate C.

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) How To Be Owned By A Cat is a non-fiction, short, self-help book. It is for people who are loving the idea of having a cat but are unsure and have questions about how to undergo … Continue reading

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F Is for France: A Curious Cabinet of French Wonders – Piu Eatwell

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Did you know that French president Félix François Faure was the only known head of state to have died while having an orgasm? How about that at one time in history male impotence was considered a … Continue reading

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Love is the Power: Moving Humanity from Fear to Love – Robert Odus Williams

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Love is the Power is a self-help, health and fitness book. In James Twyman’s words, “This book is a revolution.” By helping us, all understand the concept of changing how we look at relationships and the … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Guide to Strange Cinema – Michael Vaughn

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Welcome seeks of the odd and the strange! What you hold in your hands is not merely a book but a map to the sublimely weird, the wonderful, and the grimy side of cinema from all … Continue reading

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Puzzle of Fate: Is Your Fate Predetermined or Can You Change It? – A. Reza Kamarei

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Puzzle of Fate analyzes fate from a scientific point of view. Many books are discussing this matter whether it is philosophically or through religion. Others have also attempted to discuss this through fiction. However here, we … Continue reading

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Radio Free Vermont: A Fable of Resistance – Bill McKibben

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Vermont on its own will be a lot closer to what Lincoln had in mind for a healthy country.” When is a country just too big to be accountable to all of its citizens? Former radio … Continue reading

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