“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

“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

“What is Cultural Factor: Biology Beyond Darwin” by Vipin Gupta

“What is Cultural Factor” by Vipin Gupta is the 10th book of the Project Vipin series. In this book, Vipin presents readers the idea that by developing ourselves within the social context, we are conditioning our well-being to the well-being of others, thus limiting our own development as creators to the capacity of our social context. … More “What is Cultural Factor: Biology Beyond Darwin” by Vipin Gupta

“A Second Reckoning: Race, Injustice, and the Last Hanging in Annapolis” by Scott D. Seligman

Scott D. Seligman’s “A Second Reckoning: Race, Injustice, and the Last Hanging in Annapolis” recounts the brutal murder of Lottie Mae Brandon in the summer of 1917, and the controversial investigation, trial, and conviction that remained present in the minds of Maryland citizens for decades afterward. … More “A Second Reckoning: Race, Injustice, and the Last Hanging in Annapolis” by Scott D. Seligman

“Elmer and Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters” by John Odell

“Elmer & Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters” is a strong and beautiful embroidery of epistolary letters edited and compiled by John Odell. The book contains hundreds of letters exchanged between Elmer Odell and Virginia Schills during the bleak and uncertain period of the Second World War. … More “Elmer and Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters” by John Odell

“Midnight Flight to Nuremberg” by Marcus A. Nannini

I was riveted by the C-47 pilot and instructor, First Lieutenant Harry E. Watson, Jr, USAAF. And I mean, riveted! Not only does the author talk about this heroic man’s rich history of being a pilot during WWII, he also delves into Watson’s life in the U.S. Army, and even includes a more personal look into his home life and all the challenges, pride, and emotions that came from it all. … More “Midnight Flight to Nuremberg” by Marcus A. Nannini

“Newburyport Clipper Heritage Trail Volume 1” by Ghlee E. Woodworth

Readers of “Newburyport Clipper Heritage Trail Volume 1” may never have heard of Newburyport, Massachusetts, but after reading this thorough volume of nine self-guided tours through history, they will quickly add it to their next travel destination. … More “Newburyport Clipper Heritage Trail Volume 1” by Ghlee E. Woodworth

“The Accidental Plague Diaries” by Andrew Duxbury

Everyone has a story to tell about how the Covid-19 pandemic affected them. Author Duxbury delivers a raw, unfiltered, and entirely honest real life commentary from the eyes of the sometimes forgotten caregivers. Duxbury struggles to come to grips with the effects of the pandemic on his own personal life, even as he attempted to save lives. … More “The Accidental Plague Diaries” by Andrew Duxbury