Book of Month

September 23, 2017

Dark Skinned

"Dark Skinned" by David Spencer

Dark Skinned, provides a glimpse of the experiences that shaped who David Spencer became. Spencer shares the struggles, unfair treatment and abuse he faced because of his darker complexion. But this isn't a one sided story. The author also shares his triumphs too. Despite many negative experiences, he fought the odds to become great. Dark Skinned is a thought provoking, insightful and deeply inspiring memoir. It is a liberating resource for young, black youth who want to break free from the molds placed on them because of their skin color.

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  Reviews: Awesome peek into the life of a young man determined not to be defined by his beautiful skin, but rather by his indomitable integrity, character and abilities. Stocked full with great nuggets of wisdom for society to meditate on and incorporate into daily living. Thanks for an awesome read! Highly recommend for everyone's library! Ready for your next!

-Sheila H. Livingston

This book opens the door comfortably to an uncomfortable conversation! It is an eye opener and a necessity for all generations. I love how one is able to grow from the cards they have been dealt. Tremendous growth!

-Rebecca

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September 19, 2017

Reminiscences of A Seeker

"Reminiscences of A Seeker" by Kapil Kumar Bhaskar

Kapil takes you on his unforgettable true journey of the supernatural world of mystics and higher beings, unbelievable miracles and the parallel world of darkness and light, in his spiritual pursuit of seeking the ONE - who would show him the Ultimate Divine. A series of events catapults Kapil into the fascinating world of Dark Arts and suck him into the quagmire of drama, suspense, greed and betrayal. And just when the trials and tribulations seem to engulf Kapil completely, there emerged from the deepest darkness, a Brilliant Light of his True Master. The existence of the paranormal world is as much real and any ordinary person can get caught in that world unless one is careful. We belong to such a period of time wherein innocent seekers are lured into the trap of so-called "Masters" who fool them easily by playing onto their deepest fears and weakness.

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September 18, 2017

Who Are We

"Who Are We: Seeing Ourselves through the Eyes of One Another" by Dr. Hussam Atef Elkhatib

Understanding who we are is a concern that entails seeing ourselves through the eyes one another. It is a philosophy that involves thoughtfulness of the full picture, an empathetic vision that incorporates the nature of our awareness. That perception leads to how we react and interact with our surroundings. There, we’d utilize not only our rationale but also how we reason a variety of basics. Those fundamentals are foundations that incorporate our backgrounds, beliefs, affiliations, the level of our knowledge, and whom we believe we are, to name a few. We could accomplish an appropriate vision via a correct observation that considers all the elements. It is a foresight that requires a thorough analysis, and that’s what this book is all about. About the Author: The author of Moralities for Life: Thoughts and Behaviors Justified. Views himself as a son of this world. Lived an eventful life alongside numerous nations around the globe, which made him impartially identify with everyone. Writing to him is a mere matter of inspiration that he perceives as an immense blessing. Dr. Elkhatib is also a poet whose inspiration derives from a spiritual life of his own. Worked in several professions in a variety of fields. Academic education comprises of a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education, MBA, and Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus in Management.

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September 16, 2017

Half my Age Plus Seven

"Half my Age Plus Seven: A British Romance" by Cristina G.

This contemporary, literary romance tells the story of Tara, a 38-year-old East European woman who falls in love with Adrian, a 25-year-old English boy. A psychological tale of mind and heart in a catastrophic collision. Struggles, pain, doubts, desire, guilt, shame, torment, you name it. All human emotions described in detail. But there is more, way more. A novel for soulful people only. 

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