“Trauma’s Labyrinth” by Laura K. Kerr

Laura Kerr is a former psychotherapist who specializes in sensorimotor psychotherapy. She is a woman who has experienced trauma in her life. Her degrees, professional work, and life experiences led to a conviction to write “Trauma’s Labyrinth.” … More “Trauma’s Labyrinth” by Laura K. Kerr

“Black, White, and Gray All Over: A Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement” by Frederick Douglass Reynolds

“Black, White, and Gray All Over,” is a story about the life of Frederick Douglass Reynolds. Going from a confused child to a teenager whose life could have gone in the wrong direction to a man whose past led him to a career in law enforcement in one of the roughest places there is, Compton, California. It is a compelling and attention-grabbing story that is very relevant in the world today and I was completely riveted and impressed. … More “Black, White, and Gray All Over: A Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement” by Frederick Douglass Reynolds

“Isn’t It Kind of Funny That…” by Jerry Schaefer

The best way to describe this small book is that you stumble across various questions asked by the author; then, you’re presented with short chapters to offer information, answers, and a way to laugh while learning that even if life isn’t perfect, that doesn’t mean you cannot try for perfection. After all, it would be nice to live in paradise…wouldn’t it? Why settle for less? … More “Isn’t It Kind of Funny That…” by Jerry Schaefer

“Boys’ Secrets and Men’s Love” by David A.J. Richards

This is a powerful, moving memoir that shines a light on the history of patriarchy and its impact on gay men, boys, women, and girls. Although the focus of this memoir is a personal story of a gay law professor, it’s also an education on how a male-dominated society has affected principal and influential forces in our world, from culture to literature, art, family relations, psychology, and much more. Besides being a compelling life story, it stands as a support system and resource for gay rights and feminism.  … More “Boys’ Secrets and Men’s Love” by David A.J. Richards

“Voices from the Fallen” by Michael K. Tourville

“Voices from the Fallen” is a collection of stories by Michael K. Tourville introducing readers to 8 different individuals who have struggled with substance abuse. Each story shows how the individual got into their substance abuse, what they lost, what they gained, and, if they recovered, how they were able to find a clearer head. Note: Some of these stories are very emotional and could be hard for some readers. … More “Voices from the Fallen” by Michael K. Tourville

Interview with Britt East – Author of “A Gay Man’s Guide to Life”

Today, Reader Views talks with Britt East about his book, A Gay Man’s Guide to Life – “A personal growth and development manual that combines memoir with practical and pragmatic advice to challenge and inspire gay men to live their best lives.” … More Interview with Britt East – Author of “A Gay Man’s Guide to Life”

“Marx’s Sophistries: The Fractured Logic of Das Kapital” by Lawrence Eubank

Between 1867- 1883 Karl Marx, the famous philosopher and socialist revolutionist wrote a three-volume book called Das Kapital (The Capital). “Marx’s Sophistries: The Fractured Logic Of Das Kapital” written by Lawrence Eubanks, is an intellectual rebuke of Marx’s book. … More “Marx’s Sophistries: The Fractured Logic of Das Kapital” by Lawrence Eubank

“The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia” by Paul Kiritsis

A work of non-fiction that studies the connection between schizophrenia (and other mental health diagnoses) and creativity. It’s widely held that some people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia display great capacity and drive for creativity, but why? What does science, research, and observation have to say about it? … More “The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia” by Paul Kiritsis