New Nonfiction

new bookwormBig Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert: Encourages readers to embrace curiosity and let go of needless suffering, tackle what we most love, and face down what we most fear. She discusses the attitudes, approaches, and habits we need in order to live our most creative lives.

Killing Reagan by Bill O’Reilly: Just two months into his presidency, Ronald Reagan lay near death after a gunman’s bullet came within inches of his heart. His recovery was nothing short of remarkable — but Reagan was grievously injured, forcing him to encounter a challenge that few men ever face.

I Brake for Yard Sales by Lara Spencer: Spencer explains how to rescue, recycle, and reinvent secondhand items and details the simple fixes that turn someone else’s trash into your instant heirloom.

Zero Belly Diet by David Zinczenko: Shows how to deactivate your fat genes, rev up your metabolism, banish bloat, and balance your digestive health, allowing you to easily lean, strong stomach muscle and strip away unwanted belly fat without sacrificing calories or spending hours at the gym.

Saving Capitalism: for the many, not the few by Robert Reich: Outlines how the American economic system is failing, with increasing income inequality and a shrinking middle class, and reveals how a market designed for broad prosperity can reverse the trend toward diminished opportunity.  Outlines how the American economic system is failing, with increasing income inequality and a shrinking middle class, and reveals how a market designed for broad prosperity can reverse the trend toward diminished opportunity. Outlines how the American economic system is failing, with increasing income inequality and a shrinking middle class, and reveals how a market designed for broad prosperity can reverse the trend toward diminished opportunity. Outlines how the American economic system is failing, with increasing income inequality and a shrinking middle class, and reveals how a market designed for broad prosperity can reverse the trend toward diminished opportunity.

Tough Choices by Carly Fiorina: A memoir of Carly Fiorina’s unprecedented rise through the corporate ranks of companies such as HP and AT&T. Finally, fired by a dysfunctional board of directors, she became a face on the nightly news.

The Speech by Bernard Sanders: Presents the Vermont Senator’s speech in which he spoke for eight and a half hours to call to action the middle class in an effort to save themselves by becoming informed, organized, and prepared to take on the special interests in Washington.

Never enough: Donald Trump and the pursuit of success by Michael D’Antonio: Takes a look at the career of Donald Trump and how, despite a number of setbacks, he is able to continue on with success despite his glaring personality flaws.

It is about Islam by Glenn Beck: From the barbarians of ISIS to the terror tactics of Al-Qaeda and its offshoots, to the impending threat of a nuclear Iran, the conflict with Muslim terrorists will not end until we face the truth about those who find their inspiration and justification in the religion itself.

Man of Destiny by Alonzo Hamby: Presents a biography of FDR with special focus on his political decisions that are still having an impact on us to this day.

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