“Miracles through Hell: A True Story of Holocaust Survival and Intergenerational Healing” by Jerry M. Elman

“Miracles Through Hell: A True Story of Holocaust Survival and Intergenerational Healing,” is a necessary read for all, especially during our current times where there are people who want us to believe that the Holocaust never happened. We also need to make sure that history does not repeat itself. The author also dispels some misperceptions and misunderstandings that were associated with what happened during this time. … More “Miracles through Hell: A True Story of Holocaust Survival and Intergenerational Healing” by Jerry M. Elman

“Vietnam Was a Just War” by Joe Abodeely

Mr. (Colonel) Abodeely has written a very compelling and authoritative memoir of his Vietnam combat experience. It is a wide-ranging appeal to public opinion and history, asserting that the Vietnam War was not a mistake. Abodeely contends the war was really a United States victory that was stolen by Communist sympathizers, liberal Democrats, the media, (particularly Walter Cronkite) and idealistic students who lacked a “keen sense of geopolitical understanding.” … More “Vietnam Was a Just War” by Joe Abodeely

“We the Presidents” by Ronald Gruner

“We the Presidents: How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century,” by author Ronald Gruner, explores the fascinating line of the Presidents of the United States of America. The author goes into great detail, starting with Presidents Warren G. Harding all the way to Donald H. Trump, from the year 1921 to the present date; over 100 years of this country’s leadership! … More “We the Presidents” by Ronald Gruner

“Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future

In “Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future,” Syl Tang has asked readers to considering a thought provoking and highly overlooked question: “What do my clothing choices say about my individual identity, the culture I belong to, or the future I want to make for myself?” … More “Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future

“Plus-Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia and Social Change” by Mekdela

“Plus-Size” is a series of essays that deal with Mekdela’s personal experience of dealing with body image and how different media outlets add to the positive or negative body image for women, especially Black women. Media outlets, such as movies, television shows, and books are discussed with Mekdela using specific examples from each. Most of these examples should be recognizable by most readers. … More “Plus-Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia and Social Change” by Mekdela

“No Peace with Hitler: Why Churchill Chose to Fight WWII Alone Rather than Negotiate with Germany”

“No Peace with Hitler” is a 700 page survey of Churchill’s life. It attempts to explain why Churchill rejected what seemed at the time like common sense and reason, and refused to parley with Hitler in the spring of 1940, and instead rallied Britain to fight Germany. … More “No Peace with Hitler: Why Churchill Chose to Fight WWII Alone Rather than Negotiate with Germany”

“Earthrise: Leadership Lessons from the Apollo Space Missions” by Jeff Appelquist

In “Earthrise: Leadership Lessons from the Apollo Space Missions,” Jeff Appelquist uses an amazing time in our country’s history to show how leaders and teams can and must work together in order to fulfill a dream. Setting foot on the moon was a victory not only for the people who lead the program to get there but for every American, and the world beyond, that sat in front of their television and watched it happen. … More “Earthrise: Leadership Lessons from the Apollo Space Missions” by Jeff Appelquist

“Illegimate Sun” by Kenneth Earl

Getting out of an impoverished neighborhood is tough enough, but getting out and achieving something is another thing altogether. Born and raised in what was essentially a ghetto in South Carolina, the author, Kenneth Earl, did just that and never looked back. Raised by his unwed mother, who obviously guided and developed his character, a young Kenneth was on a mission. Not any mission to work or choose any vocation, but to achieve the highest of professions, an intelligence officer in the United States Navy. … More “Illegimate Sun” by Kenneth Earl

“Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl” by Daniel Fallon

Daniel Fallon is professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Maryland and author of articles and books dealing with public policy, education, and cultural reforms. In his book “Love’s Legacy” he takes a step back from the world issues to take an up-close look into his family heritage. … More “Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl” by Daniel Fallon