60 NonFiction Books
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Things Are Going Great by Lola Jones
This is not an ordinary book. It’s an astonishing, mind-blowing, life-changing experience. It’s beyond Law of Attraction, because it attunes you to the highly organized field of resonance that orchestrates the universe, so you get in the flow of life rather than struggling against it. Things Are Going Great In My Absence spread to over 139 countries by word of mouth, before it was in bookstores or on Amazon, because it works.
They Killed Our President by Jesse Ventura
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past fifty years, you’re aware of the many hypotheses that the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was not done by one man. Whether you’ve read one or a dozen of the books on this topic, there’s no way to fully grasp the depth of this conspiracy.
The Triassic Period by Charles River Editors
*Includes pictures *Includes a bibliography for further reading Scientists have long attempted to understand Earth’s past, and in service to that effort, they have divided the world’s history into eons, eras, periods, epochs and ages. For example, the current eon is called the Phanerozoic, which means “visible life.” This is the eon in which multi-cellular life has evolved and thrived. Before this, life was microscopic (single cell).
The Super Cool Science of Harry Potter by Mark Brake
Discover the scientific secrets of Harry, Hermione, Ron, Dumbledore, and more in J.K. Rowling’s universe. Movie-goers and young readers the world over have been spellbound by the tales of “the boy who lived.” J.K. Rowling’s stories have conjured ideas of magic and sorcery into our minds like no other book series before. But nature is its own magic.
The Super Cool Science of Star Wars by Mark Brake
Learn about the science used by Luke Skywalker, Kylo Ren, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, and more in the Star Wars galaxy. Star Wars has captured the hearts and imaginations of sci-fi fans worldwide. We all marvel at its dazzling variety of aliens, spaceships, and planets. That’s because there’s something revolutionary about the actual science in Star Wars.
The Roman Way by Edith Hamilton
Drawing on the greatest writers of its civilization, Hamilton vividly depicts the life and spirit of Rome. In this informal history of Roman civilization, Edith Hamilton vividly depicts the Roman life and spirit as they are revealed in the greatest writers of the time.
The Physics of Brand by Aaron Keller
The Physics of Brand is an exploration of how brands evolve in time and space. Drawing on experience working with companies such as Patagonia, General Mills, Target, and more, this book provides an exciting new systems approach to branding. By focusing on how brands and people actually interrelate, you’ll gain a new perspective on brand growth and interaction.
The Medieval Monastery by Roger Rosewell
Monasteries are among the most intriguing and enduring symbols of England’s medieval heritage. Simultaneously places of prayer and spirituality, power and charity, learning and invention, illusion and superstition, they survive today as haunting ruins, great houses and as some of our most important cathedrals and churches.
The New Vichy Syndrome by Theodore Dalrymple
Western Europe is in a strangely neurotic condition of being smug and terrified at the same time. On the one hand, Europeans believe they have at last created an ideal social and political system in which man can live comfortably. In many ways, things have never been better on the old continent. On the other hand, there is growing anxiety that Europe is quickly falling behind in an aggressive, globalized world.
The Love Jihadis by Mihir Srivastava
More infamous than famous these days, western Uttar Pradesh provided the necessary respite to two disillusioned journalists from the Capital looking for an escape. Over a year, journalist Mihir Srivastava and photojournalist Raul Irani travelled in and around Meerut, Agra, Deoband, Kairana and Mathura, all cities that have lately been in the news for all the wrong reasons, exploring the region in all its shades of grey.
The Longest Kiss by Kishwar Desai
She was India’s first international superstar in the 1930s and 1940s. Astonishingly beautiful, prodigiously talented, and a great-grand-niece of Rabindranath Tagore, Devika Rani earned rave reviews for her first film, Karma. Shortly afterwards, she married Himansu Rai, and together, they set up India’s first truly professional studio, Bombay Talkies.
The Life of William Faulkner by Carl Rollyson
By the end of volume 1 of The Life of William Faulkner (“A filling, satisfying feast for Faulkner aficianados”— Kirkus), the young Faulkner had gone from an unpromising, self-mythologizing bohemian to the author of some of the most innovative and enduring literature of the century, including The Sound and the Fury and Light in August. The second and concluding volume of Carl Rollyson’s ambitious biography finds Faulkner lamenting the many threats to his creative existence.
The History of Medicine by William Bynum
Against the backdrop of unprecedented concern for the future of health care, this Very Short Introduction surveys the history of medicine from classical times, through the scholastic medieval tradition and the Enlightenment to the present day.
The Brain Fitness Book by Rita Carter
Discover brain training activities, scientific revelations, and tips to help unlock your mind’s potential! Packed with cognitive exercises, logic puzzles and mind maps, this brain activity book offers a balanced, clear, colourful and practical guide to keeping your brain fit.
The Complete Grimoire by Lidia Pradas
A grimoire is a witch’s handbook filled with all the magickal information, rituals, and practices that a witch uses during their lifetime—a key tool of their craft. Written by Lidia Pradas, the creator of the beloved Instagram handle Wiccan Tips, The Complete Grimoire is a magickal beginner’s guide to witchcraft practices and knowledge.
The Avatar of What Is by Carolyn Lee
In the depth of every being lies the inherent heart-impulse to be completely and utterly free. In this book, you will be introduced to the life and teaching of Adi Da Samraj, who not only speaks to this impulse, but who is that freedom, communicating itself to you in every possible way, through his person, his teaching, and his art. To find him is to find the very heart of Reality tangibly known by you, at heart, as the deepest truth of existence. This is the great mystery that you are invited to discover.
The Art of Alignment by Art Johnson
Leading organizations worldwide are evolving from the idea of employee engagement to that of organizational alignment. More important in today’s virtual work environment, The Art of Alignment provides a roadmap to creating alignment to your mission and vision to distributed teams. Readers will discover the answers to: How bought in to the mission and vision are your employees? Are leaders across your organization aligned? How are your KPIs integrated into the organizational alignment? The Art of Alignment takes a data-driven approach to organizational alignment.
The Apple Cider Vinegar Cure by Madeline Given
Your all-in-one guide to discovering the practical and versatile uses of apple cider vinegar For centuries, apple cider vinegar has served as an indispensable health and beauty elixir. In The Apple Cider Vinegar Cure, holistic nutrition consultant Madeline Given shares some of the history and the science behind this superfood.
Teen Pregnancy by Paul Quinn
Pregnant teens have three options—abortion, adoption, or keeping the baby—and each comes with its own challenges and issues. Teen pregnancy can have an enormous impact on adolescents, their families, and society. What options are available to teens?
Talent Makers by Daniel Chait
Powerful ideas to transform hiring into a massive competitive advantage for your business Talent Makers: The Science of Smart and Inclusive Hiring is essential reading for every leader who knows that hiring is crucial to their organization and wants to compete for top talent, diversify their organization, and build winning teams.
Starting A New Vegetable Garden by Demetrius Sheffey
Growing your own vegetables is a rewarding venture that’s both affordable and appetizing, but the beginning gardener may find it difficult to weed through an overwhelming landscape of resources. Whether you’re new to gardening or interested in saving costs, Vegetable Gardening offers easy-to-follow steps for starting and sustaining your very own vegetable garden.
Skull and Bones by Conrad Bauer
Skulls and Bones, a secret society that could easily be the most powerful in America Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited! Nobody likes the idea that there are hugely influential powers operating behind closed doors. For centuries, there have been stories about secret societies that control everything we do and dominate the highest echelons of politics and business.
Smart Assisted Living by Demetrius Sheffey
A smart home or smart home system is a house / apartment equipped with an advanced automated system for controlling lighting, temperature, multimedia, security, curtains, doors and Many other features aim to make life more comfortable, safe and contribute to the rational use of resources. This book will equip you with a complete knowledge of what is required in your smart home. You can also look for new and useful devices in this book.
Skinwalker Ranch by Conrad Bauer
There are some places where so many seemingly unexplainable things happen that it is really hard to believe that there’s not some kind of explanation to make sense of it all. The Skinwalker ranch is such a place. Unbelievable and still unexplained paranormal activities set the Skinwalker ranch apart.
Politicians at War by Henry Buckton
A fascinating collection of wartime memories from major political figures, many who are still household names today. Drawn from a political cross section, representing all major parties, these delightfully evocative accounts cover experiences in all three of the British armed services and across the ranks. This work is full of surprises with former prime ministers and other senior figures telling their stories with great modesty, and humility.
Operation Enduring Freedom by Tim Ripley
The first six months of the war in Afghanistan were incredibly confused. Few journalists or civilians had access to the main events and the result was the creation of many urban myths that persist to this day. This book reveals the truth behind Operation Enduring Freedom, its objectives, successes, failures and consequences.
Phantom from the Cockpit by Peter Caygill
The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom was the outstanding aircraft in many of the Western World’s air forces during the 1960s and 70s. It played a key role in the ‘Cold War’ and saw action in Vietnam. It first flew in 1958 and went into operation with the US Navy in 1960.
New Principles of War by Marvin Pokrant
Influenced in part by the writings of Sun Tzu, Carl von Clausewitz, Henri Jomini, and other strategists, most major militaries have adopted principles of war that are widely promulgated. Marvin Pokrant argues that these commonly accepted principles fail to reflect the ideas that led to them.
Near-Earth Objects by Donald K Yeomans
An insider’s look at the science of near-Earth comets and asteroids Of all the natural disasters that could befall us, only an Earth impact by a large comet or asteroid has the potential to end civilization in a single blow.
Natural Wooden by Demetrius Sheffey
The summer is coming. It’s time for resting and playing. Your kids will have so much freetime and maybe, they want to make some DIY products. If your children are interested in some wooden products, this book is for them. It covers 6 wooden product ideas that you can make with your kids such as: mason beehouse, Spatula, Cash Box, ect. It also goes with: • Easy-to-follow instructions • Coloured illustrations of each project It’s time to have fun with your lovely children. Grab this book and let them be cute carpenters.
Mirage by Nina Burleigh
Little more than two hundred years ago, only the most reckless or eccentric Europeans had dared traverse the unmapped territory of the modern-day Middle East. Its history and peoples were the subject of much myth and speculation—and no region aroused greater interest than Egypt, where reports of mysterious monuments, inscrutable hieroglyphics, rare silks and spices, and rumors of lost magical knowledge tantalized dreamers and taunted the power-hungry.
Maybe the People Would Be the Times by Luc Sante
In his second collection (after Kill All Your Darlings, 2007), Luc Sante pays homage to Patti Smith, Rene Ricard, and Georges Simenon; traces the history of tabloids; surveys the landscape that gave birth to the Beastie Boys; explores the back alleys of vernacular photography; sounds a threnody for the forgotten dead of New York City. The glue holding the collection together is autobiography.
James Madison by Captivating History
Explore the Captivating Life of James Madison Free History BONUS Inside! James Madison earned the title “Father of the Constitution.” How did this man who was diminutive of stature with a weak constitution produce such an energetic document? Through more than 200 years, it stands like a silent sentinel to protect the freedom and independence of the American people. It was a time when the Americans were weary from the tumult of the Revolution, but Madison’s job had barely begun.
Homicide at Rough Point by Peter Lance
In the fall of 1966, Eduardo Tirella, close confidant of billionaire Doris Duke, informed the possessive and vindictive heiress that he was leaving her employ as chief designer and art curator to return to Hollywood where his career as a set designer was just catching fire.
Into The Never- Nine Inch Nails by Adam Steiner
Ushering in a new era of confessional music that spoke openly about experiences of trauma, depression, and self-loathing, Nine Inch Nails’ seminal album, The Downward Spiral, changed popular music forever—bringing transgressive themes of heresy, S&M, and body horror to the masses and taking music technology to its limits. Released in 1994, the album resonated across a generation, combining elements of metal, industrial, synth-pop, and ambient electronica, and going on to sell over four million copies.
I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was by Barbara Sher
If you suspect there could be more to life than what you’re getting…if you always knew you could do anything if you only knew what it was, this extraordinary book is about to prove you right! A life without direction is a life without passion.
Hieros Gamos by Penny Genter
Channeled messages from Mother Mary on Creating Sacred Relationships and integrating the process of Hieros Gamos or sacred union. Penny shares her experiences on using these with a beloved.
From Left to Right by Nancy Sinkoff
From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish History is the first comprehensive biography of Dawidowicz (1915-1990), a pioneer historian in the field that is now called Holocaust studies. Dawidowicz was a household name in the postwar years, not only because of her scholarship but also due to her political views. Dawidowicz, like many other New York intellectuals, was a youthful communist, became an FDR democrat midcentury, and later championed neoconservatism.
Fiva by Gordon Stainforth
In 1969, teenage twin brothers Gordon and John Stainforth set out from their home in Hertfordshire, England, to climb the highest rock face in Europe — Norway’s Troll Wall. The route they targeted is called “Fiva” (pronounced “fever”). Poor judges of their own abilities, experience, and gear, they began the climb convinced they would return to their tent in time for afternoon tea.
Decision in Philadelphia by Christopher Collier
Decision in Philadelphia is just such a book. It is the best popular history of the Constitutional Convention available. This clear and well-written volume traces the major issues involved, dismissing sectional, economic, or class interests as dominant factors and concentrating instead on the “deeply rooted attitudes” and “emotions” of individual members. Modern readers will find the authors’ comments on the Constitution particularly interesting, casting many of the Founding Fathers in a new light.
Dark Psychology Secrets by Daniel Travis Cooper
Do you often see yourself afraid of the emotion that you are feeling? Do you think you can be able to manage these feelings without having them take over you? Do you find your emotions affecting your ability to get your job done? Can you relate to others on how they feel and empathize with them effectively? Being in the 21st century entails a lot of challenges. It is highly essential to be emotionally intelligent now more than ever. Emotional intelligence refers to one’s capacity to recognize, process as well as handle emotional information effectively.
Danse Macabre by Stephen King
From the author of dozens of #1 New York Times bestsellers and the creator of many unforgettable movies comes a vivid, intelligent, and nostalgic journey through three decades of horror as experienced through the eyes of the most popular writer in the genre. In 1981, years before he sat down to tackle On Writing, Stephen King decided to address the topic of what makes horror horrifying and what makes terror terrifying.
Cruel Sacrifice by Aphrodite Jones
Expanded Photo Gallery On a freezing January in 1992, five teenage girls crowded into a car. By the end of the night, only four of them were alive. The fifth had been tortured and mutilated nearly beyond recognition. Her name was Shanda Sharer; her age–twelve. When the people of Madison, Indiana heard that a brutal murder had been committed in their midst, they were stunned.
Conversations Every Network Marketer Needs by Dale Moreau
The spoken word matters. It matters in a single sentence. It matters in a whole conversation. The goal of this book is to get you talking in a social setting. It gets you speaking about your business, services or products in a whole conversation without embarrassment.
Conductivity Healing by Avatar Adi Da Samraj
In this remarkable book, the fully awakened Spiritual Realizer Avatar Adi Da Samraj offers unique wisdom and practical guidance for understanding and engaging in energy healing. The book presents a series of simple practices that guide you in feeling, breathing, and circulating the “etheric” energy that surrounds and pervades the body-mind, thereby enhancing well-being in yourself and others.
Commando Despatch Rider by Raymond Mitchell
After 41 Royal Marine Commando had cleared the Normandy beaches they faced a long overland campaign to reach the German border. The commandos developed an elite force of motorcycle dispatch riders as part of this effort. Raymond Mitchell’s vivid memoirs of life and war on the road will be of interest to both military and motorcycling enthusiasts.
Chess for Beginners by Michael Townes
Were you instantly hooked by the talented Beth Harmon from “The Queen’s Gambit” like the rest of us? Do you wish to learn how to play Chess but do not know where to start from? If yes, then keep reading… Chess has existed for centuries, and during this time, the sharpest minds and greatest chess players have developed theories about the game and openings and shared them with the world. As a result, everyone can now access this valuable knowledge and improve their game by learning centuries’ worth of theoretical analysis. The truth is.. there is never been a better time to learning how to play Chess! This quarantine made us rediscover and appreciate the time spent at home and the joy of playing board games together with our beloved ones.
Chess For Beginners by Leonard Taylor
Tired of Losing Your Chess Matches or You Simply Want to Win More? Check Out These Openings That are Guaranteed to Get You More Wins. Has your ambition to play chess been killed by difficult-to-understand chess literature? Buckle up, this easy-to-follow guide will help you! Chess is a game where you can express all your ingenuity and creativity.
Carpe Every Diem by Robie Rogge
A thoughtfully curated, cleverly-designed keepsake that distills wisdom of all those powerful commencement speeches—from Barack Obama and Gloria Steinem to Kermit the Frog—into the best advice for grads of all ages. Carpe Every Diem is a thought-provoking collection of quotes from famous commencement speakers meant to motivate and inspire the next generation of leaders.
Candor by Charles Causey
Overcome the fear of speaking truth by learning to do it with love. In a society where sensitivities take precedence over honesty, it can often feel impossible to openly speak your mind. From managing conflict resolution in the workplace to navigating differences at home, many issues remain unaddressed and unresolved when you cannot speak clearly, candidly, and truthfully for fear of negative consequences. It’s time to learn how to speak the truth in love.
Boganaire The Rise and Fall by Paddy Manning
From blue collar to billionaire … Hunter Valley mine electrician Nathan Tinkler borrowed big in 2005, made a fortune from several speculative coal plays, and by 2011 was a self-made billionaire. He had gambled and won, but his volatility and reluctance to pay his debts were making him enemies. He lived the high life as only a young man would, buying luxury homes, private jets, sports cars and football teams, and splurging massively to build a horseracing empire.
Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua
From Publishers Weekly Chua (Day of Empire) imparts the secret behind the stereotypical Asian child’s phenomenal success: the Chinese mother. Chua promotes what has traditionally worked very well in raising children: strict, Old World, uncompromising values–and the parents don’t have to be Chinese.
Awareness Is Freedom by Itai Ivtzan
Awareness Is Freedom: The Adventure of Psychology and Spirituality proposes a unique combination of spiritual and psychological concepts that together lead to greater self-awareness and wellbeing. It is structured as eight lessons, each focusing on different aspects of psychology and spirituality, to support readers in their personal journey of self-growth. The psychological and spiritual theories described in the book are backed up by scientific findings that enhance the legitimacy and power of its message. The book also includes practical exercises which allow the reader to apply the ideas in an enjoyable way that will lead to self-improvement and greater satisfaction in life.
Angel Encounters by Conrad Bauer
Have you ever felt a presence, someone watching over you from afar? Who are the angels and what and how might these celestial visitors affect us? Find out with these true stories of Angelic encounters that will make you a believer!
Aliens by Conrad Bauer
Did astronauts from other parts of the Universe visit earth before? Let’s find out and discern the facts from the myths and conspiracies surrounding the Ancient Astronauts Space is vast, but rarely do we think that time is vast, too. Are we the first to visit Earth? Are we the only ones to ever do so? Since ancient times there have been strange stories of strange visitors from the stars.
Affiliate Marketing For Beginners by Robert King
Would you like to earn a passive income while staying at home but have no idea how to do it? Are you interested in starting a business online, but think you don’t have the necessary skills? Are you tired of paying for overpriced courses, worthless software, and turn-key solutions that only seem to make your wallet lighter? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then Keep Reading because, through this book, you will discover Proven Passive Income Models that Really Work!
A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere by Todd Melby
The 1996 movie Fargo stirred widespread curiosity about snowy winters, funny accents, and bloody mayhem on the frozen tundra of Minnesota and North Dakota. The film won two Academy Awards and inspired a popular, award-winning television series.
50 Top Tools for Coaching by Gillian Jones
A complete resource for both in-house and external coaches, 50 Top Tools for Coaching presents the techniques required for every coaching situation. Full of exercises, models, checklists and templates, it covers how to assess the needs of clients, select the right tool for the circumstance and deliver effective coaching with confidence.
Alexander the Great The Story by Martin Howard
The story of Alexander the Great is one of the most amazing and enthralling that history has to offer. The reader will journey to a world of heroism, of great courage and amazing conquest as we follow Alexander from a childhood rolling in the dust with his toy army to the greatest conqueror the ancient world ever knew. Lives in Action is a series of narrative biographies that recount the lives of some of the key figures in history. Page-turning, thrilling plots that read like fiction will keep the most reluctant reader hooked.