Category: Non- Fiction

Who’s your daddy by Arisa white (Book review #797)

  Who’s your daddy is a lyrical genre-bending coming-of-age tale featuring a young, queer, black Guyanese American woman who, while seeking to define her own place in the world, negotiates an estranged relationship with her father.

Unchecked Capitalism is Killing us! By Earl Rynerson (Book Review #822)

Unchecked Capitalism is killing us, has been written to educate the reader about the direct harm that unrestrained Capitalism has on the Americans. The author takes his time to make sure nothing is left unsaid. The validation of the spoken words are highly referenced… Continue Reading “Unchecked Capitalism is Killing us! By Earl Rynerson (Book Review #822)”

Walk your path by Jessica Marie Baumgartner (Book Review #756)

Walk your path is a self-help book about Jessica’s journey leading her on a spiritual adventure of self-awareness and healing. With the help of her Pagan routes, she writes about her beliefs, offering relief, achieving an understanding, power and guidance.

14 Steps to Happiness: A Program for Overcoming Depression by Kristian Hall (Book Review #753)

14 steps to happiness is a self-help book geared for people with depression. It is mostly science-based and provides a comprehensive program to overcome this feeling of hopelessness. The author uses his own experience and his success in battling the illness after a very… Continue Reading “14 Steps to Happiness: A Program for Overcoming Depression by Kristian Hall (Book Review #753)”

Plantains and the Seven Plagues Paz Ellis (Book Review #742)

Plantains and the seven plagues is a memoir written about the author’s life, her struggles from childhood and living at her bi-cultural home. The book begins with Paz living in New Jersey and how many times she moves from one home to another. Paz’s… Continue Reading “Plantains and the Seven Plagues Paz Ellis (Book Review #742)”

Suicidal to Superhuman by Mike Dayem (Book Review #794)

Suicidal to superhuman is a self-help book that challenges the ways we currently approach mental health, depression, and suicide. The work borderlines a tool kid and takes a closer look at how people struggle with mental health or mask their emotions. It then provides… Continue Reading “Suicidal to Superhuman by Mike Dayem (Book Review #794)”

Santander: Rambling on Borrowed Time by David Ellison (Book Review #740)

Santander is a memoir written about the author’s astonishing life as a gay teacher. He is 36 and has been a mentor, school admin, columnist and has had other important roles. His autobiography comprises his educational background, life experience, schools and the world. His… Continue Reading “Santander: Rambling on Borrowed Time by David Ellison (Book Review #740)”

To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence by Robert Uttaro (Book Review #737)

To the survivors is a book written about sexual abuse for young adults. The self-help book’s narrative is told by a rape crisis counsellor, retelling the survivors’ true stories. The stories are uncensored and authentic to the word. They contain a sensitive and descriptive… Continue Reading “To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence by Robert Uttaro (Book Review #737)”

Awakening to a New Reality by Janice Dolley (Book Review #734)

Awakening to a new reality is a spiritual self-help book about after-death conversations the author has with her best friend. The discussions cover subjects like dealing with grief and living to the fullest potential.