Black-owned bookstores fight to survive + more in this week’s round-up
I was looking for a way out. Overcome with chronic depression and drinking myself into an early grave – I found I was on the verge of ending my life through alcohol and loneliness.
BE YOUR SPIRIT is a clear, straightforward guidebook for “the other side” and a wonderful set of mileposts for the spiritual seeker.
Authors James Manning and Nicola Ridgeway, both clinical psychologists, have created this helpful tool for young adults battling social anxiety.
Placing Literature launches two new interactive lit maps allowing readers to visit the sites of famous scenes from the Dickens and Arthur Conan Doyle canons.
A PILGRIM FOR FREEDOM chronicles the author’s arduous trek down multiple paths in his lifetime, which serve to significantly and profoundly influence his dynamic evolution from an adventurous, mischievous child to a courageous, and decorated heroic soldier.
THE LINES OF THE UNION hits close to home and flips American politics on its back to expose the unsightly underbelly of capitalism.
From working as a counselor for adults with mental health issues, to teaching schoolchildren about organic farming, Susan Kapatoes brings a wealth of life experience to this guide for self-improvement and spiritual growth.
God’s Love We Deliver, NYC’s leading provider of meals to people who are too sick to cook for themselves, recently launched their first-ever (indie-pubbed) cookbook.
Arabella “Aria” Mason recently got her heart broken by a man named Nate Gregor, with whom she had a one-night stand.