“A Gay Man’s Guide to Life” by Britt East

Coming out isn’t always easy for men, so this guide is perfect for those that struggle with who they are, the rejection they may face, and the discrimination that exists. But more than that, this book shows gay men how to go beyond just coming out. It’s a lifestyle map that offers real-world, practical advice on how to get the most out of life, work, family, and meaningful relationships. … More “A Gay Man’s Guide to Life” by Britt East

“Never Forget Who You Are” by Rodney L. Hurst and Rudy F. Jamison, Jr.

In “Never Forget Who You Are: Conversations About Racism and Identity Development,” written by Authors Rodney L. Hurst and Rudy F. Jamison Jr. ED.D, you’ll embark on an unusual journey. Both are Black men, but one journey is through the eyes of a 50-year-old person and the other a 75-year-old. … More “Never Forget Who You Are” by Rodney L. Hurst and Rudy F. Jamison, Jr.

“Rainstorm of Tomorrow: The Ever-Flowing Banquet of Philosophy” by Renyuan Dong

“Rainstorm of Tomorrow: The Ever-Flowing Banquet of Philosophy,” by Renyuan Dong, puts a new face on philosophy. Stephen Hawking once declared philosophy dead, but all it needed was a modern approach. This author illuminates three ideas: Truth, Ethics, and Aesthetics, in a way that gives tired philosophy a face-lift, by integrating today’s science, psychology, and behavior into the equation. Renyuan Dong covers complex … More “Rainstorm of Tomorrow: The Ever-Flowing Banquet of Philosophy” by Renyuan Dong