Biography and Memoir

Jeff Buckley: From Hallelujah to the Last Goodbye

Publication Date: 05/29/2018

For the first time since Jeff Buckley’s untimely death on May 29, 1997, his manager Dave Lory reveals what it was like to work with one of rock’s most celebrated and influential artists. Go on the road and behind the scenes with Jeff, from the release of his debut EP…

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Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations

Publication Date: 05/15/2018

I am Barbara from Harlem and my God, my Country, and my Conscience are my guides. I was a liberal by default. I asked no questions. I had no answers. I just pulled the lever to vote for Democrats as was expected of me. Most of my fellow Black Americans…

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We Have Overcome: An Immigrant’s Letter to the American People

Publication Date: 04/24/2018

It has been more than fifty years since the Civil Rights Act enshrined equality under the law for all Americans. Since that time, America has enjoyed an era of unprecedented prosperity, domestic and international peace, and technological advancement. It’s almost as if removing the shackles of enforced racial discrimination has…

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All Rise – The Aaron Judge Story

Publication Date: 04/03/2018

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge burst onto the baseball scene in 2017 like a shooting star of the first magnitude. Standing six feet, seven inches tall and weighing 282 pounds, Judge won the right field job in spring training and proceeded to set the baseball world on fire during…

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Guardian Angel: My Journey from Leftism to Sanity

Publication Date: 01/30/2018

Guardian Angel is that rare memoir that grabs you by the shoulders with an urgency that screams, “PAY ATTENTION!” It leaps off the page with an immediacy and relevance that few books achieve. Beginning with her solitary childhood in London, it took years for Melanie Phillips to understand her parents’…

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Borders, Bandits, and Baby Wipes: A Big Adventure in a Tiny Car

Publication Date: 01/09/2018

Inspired and challenged by his quests of “getting there,” Bassam Tarazi and two friends signed on for the infamous Mongol Rally, a nearly 10,000-mile road trip from London to Mongolia through terrain that would make a mountain goat’s knees buckle, in a vehicle that was little more than a go-kart.…

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We Were Yahoo!: From Internet Pioneer to the Trillion Dollar Loss of Google and Facebook

Publication Date: 12/05/2017

For anyone paying attention, the beginning of the end for Yahoo! began with decisions made by the first team of executives while the company was on its way up, which set the stage for horrific decisions made by subsequent generations of Yahoo! leadership. Most decisions were either pure incompetence or…

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The Lost Kingdom: Memoir of an Afghan Prince

Publication Date: 11/21/2017

His Royal Highness Prince Ali Seraj, a member of the royal family of Afghanistan, brings four decades of history to life—from the Cold War era when his famed nightclub in Kabul was a hotspot for global celebrities, jetsetters, and spies, to the communist Soviet takeover that killed members of his…

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The Uninvited: How I Crashed My Way into Finding Myself

Publication Date: 11/14/2017

Singing on stage at the Grammys, getting high inside the Kremlin, driving in a U.S. president’s motorcade—Craig Schmell has a world-class talent for talking his way into places he does not belong. But when his self-absorbed life crashes down around him, he finally learns how to be a better man.…

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Man Up: It’s Hard to Resist a Bad Boy…Even More So a Good Man!

Publication Date: 11/14/2017

I’ve watched men change from confident, decisive, and action-oriented lions to second-guessing, scared-of-their-shadows, don’t-rock-the-boat mice. They don’t feel confident in relationships, work environments—or anywhere. Men are either looking for something or running from something; maybe a bit of both. Well, it’s time to stop running. It’s time to man up…

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