“The Memorandum: A True Story of Justice Forged from Fire” by Robert W. Kelley

“The Memorandum” features the legal side of one of the legal battles General Motors (GM) faced for one of the tragic events that happened with some of their vehicles. It starts off with showing what happened to the Murphy family and ends with the conclusion of their lawsuit against General Motors. In between, it shows what lawyer Robert W. Kelley faced, both in his personal life and in the legal system. A truly tragic story ending with some justice. … More “The Memorandum: A True Story of Justice Forged from Fire” by Robert W. Kelley

“The Future of Buildings, Transportation and Power by Roger Duncan and Michael W. Webber

If you happen to be (like me) a “Back to the Future” fan who definitely wants to see into the coming decades, to spy what you know will be incredibly fun things, then this is the book for you. In “The Future of Buildings, Transportation and Power,” two professionals not only battle with each other over certain issues that could be good or bad for the world, but they also provide data on everything from how a building will be “smart” to a robot delivery system taking over and doing work for us. … More “The Future of Buildings, Transportation and Power by Roger Duncan and Michael W. Webber

“Mending America’s Political Divide: People Over Partisan Politics” by Rene H. Levy

René H. Levy’s book, “Mending America’s Political Divide: People Over Partisan Politics,” is a great book to read if you are interested in understanding why politics in the US have become so polarized, regardless of your political affiliation or lack of. … More “Mending America’s Political Divide: People Over Partisan Politics” by Rene H. Levy

“Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers” by Carolyn Howard-Johnson

In “Great Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers,” Carolyn Howard-Johnson provides writers with a concise reference manual to perfect their writing skills. This book is ideal for anyone looking to develop a book proposal that will bypass the pickiest editors. With an easy to digest format, this manual is a fine resource for browsing quick editing suggestions and corrections. … More “Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers” by Carolyn Howard-Johnson

“Our Immigrants’ Son” by John Francis Patrick Murphy

“Our Immigrants’ Son” by John Francis Patrick Murphy is an epic poem which explores the author’s family history, dating back to his ancestors’ arrival in America in the 19th century. The narrative chronicles the events of the family through generation after generation, ultimately ending up with recollections from the author’s own life. … More “Our Immigrants’ Son” by John Francis Patrick Murphy

“Weekly Soul” by Frederic C. Craigie Jr.

Within “Weekly Soul,” Dr. Craigie wishes to get his audience thinking about topics such as how to live a good life, what is sacred/matters, suffering and woundedness, finding joy, finding hope in difficult circumstances, and how to make a difference in the world. Each of these topics will allow the reader a better chance of enjoying a joyful, meaningful, and peaceful life … More “Weekly Soul” by Frederic C. Craigie Jr.