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Unabashed Women

by Marlene Wagman-Geller

Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History

A thrilling journey into the badass women whose non-conventional lives left their DNA on history. Discover words of wisdom from the women who found their voices, inspiring...


Out of Quatro

by Luthando Dyasop

Luthando Dyasop’s memoir starts with an account of his young life as a black artist in apartheid South Africa. He eventually joins uMkhonto we Sizwe, the banned ANC’s military wing. Soon he falls out of...


The Most Hated Man in Kentucky

by Brad Asher

For the last third of the nineteenth century, Union General Stephen Gano Burbridge enjoyed the unenviable distinction of being the most hated man in Kentucky. From mid-1864, just months into his reign as the...


The Last of the Blackfolders

by Jim Fraser

High above the shore of Loch Ness over 1,000ft above sea level lies a small community of scattered house, each with their own little croft. Blackfold and this is the place I was brought up in. A mystical place,...


Thunder on Bays Mountain

by Dale E. Gilbert

The voice of the Lord is over the waters;

the God of glory thunders,

the Lord thunders over the mighty waters.

-Psalm 29:3 NIV

Thunder on Bays Mountain is a compelling story of love for family and love for the Lord....


Reaching Reality East of Mobile Bay

by Willie Taylor

This book reveals, through the observations and experiences of and historical education of an African American female, how some truisms, referencing the influences and controls of systemic racism operatives,...


A Promise of Sweet Tea

by Pinchas Eliyahu Blitt

In A Promise of Sweet Tea, a Jewish community comes alive in this vividly told story of a childhood interrupted by the Holocaust. In his wry and evocative prose, Pinchas Blitt conjures Kortelisy — a humble,...


Moody's Tale

by James Bell Moody

James Moody of the 2/1st Machine Gun Battalion found an Egyptian dog in 1940, who became Horrie, the Battalion's mascot. He wrote it first as a simple tale, augmented by his own photographs of Horrie and his...


The Last Nahdawi

by Hussam R. Ahmed

Taha Hussein (1889–1973) is one of Egypt's most iconic figures. A graduate of al-Azhar, Egypt's oldest university, a civil servant and public intellectual, and ultimately Egyptian Minister of Public Instruction,...


Elizabeth Fox-Genovese

by Deborah A. Symonds

In her provocative politics, which confront us still with the complexities of left and right, and her constant search for her place in the world, Fox-Genovese’s story resonates more strongly than ever.


Rough Diamond

by A. K. Fielding

Solider, politician, miner, pioneer, scion of a Founding Father, William Stephen Hamilton led a prolific life. Rough Diamond: The Life of Colonel William Stephen Hamilton examines the tumultuous early Republic...


We Suffer For a Reason

by Williams,Larry Z.

These lessons and stories of truths take root in Eli, and as he grows into a young adult, he begins to place his thoughts onto paper in the form of controversial poems and creative writings. Many tales given...


Zapel Esayan. Among the ruins/ Զապէլ Եսայեան: Աւերակներուն մէջ

by Zapel Esayan/ Զապէլ Եսայեան

The following volume of Diaspora series presents the famous work of Zabel Yesayan ‘’Among the ruins’’. It is one of the most unique real stories that present the horrors waiting for Armenians. Her...


Comrade Editor

by Gwen Lister

Comrade Editor is the story of Gwen Lister, the activist journalist who achieved global renown for opposing South Africa’s occupation of Namibia. Lister cut her journalistic teeth with Hannes Smith at the Windhoek...


Connecting with My African Roots

by Carmen Barclay Subryan Ph.D.

This book is not only about connection but also about discovery. As an adult, through my years or reading and research, I became aware of the theories revolving around Pangea (Pangaea), the super continent existing...


Wildlife and Wild Life

by Bryan Robinson

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The Narrative of Sojourner Truth

by Sorjourner Truth & Mint Editions

Sojourner Truth, one of the most revered figures in American history, explains her road to liberation, spiritual enlightenment and the development of her feminist values. It’s a critical view of her enduring...


Goebbels And Der Angriff

by Russel Lemmons

The Berlin newspaper Der Angriff (The Attack), founded by Joseph Goebbels in 1927, was a significant instrument for arousing support for Nazi ideas. Berlin was the center of the political life of the Weimar...


Time on Target

by William R. Buster

William R. Buster, born in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, knew a soldier's combat experience and left a first hand account of it. He graduated from West Point in 1939, just in time to serve through one of the most crucial...


Memories, Just Memories

by Joseph W. Bushell

This book is exactly what it says. Remembering the birthday parties over the years there were some 20 parties every year. Plenty of Doctors appointments. Many vocations to the Island of Barbados and Jamaica....