Category: books

Why? (An Excerpt), by Tony Lewis

Blog: This Book’s Synopsis: Tony Tremayne Lewis was nineteen, and handsome. He had the potential of flourishing in the branch of military, but after mulitiple charges of several sexual assualts came crashing down, many who knew him looked in, from the outside, wondering one thing…WHY? This book, will […]

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Food for Thought, by Sean Brown

Paulo Freire wrote an intriguing book titled, “Education for Critical Consciousness” which is so appropriate to this day & time that I’ll just share a few quotes here (I recommend reading the whole book though): “Become transforming agents of our own social reality in order to become subjects, […]

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SATI, by John Salyers

My personal views regarding questions (a) & (b), in relation to a storied assignment in one of my Sociology classes here at Sinclair Community College, (Spring 2020 semester). Before I conducted a bit of research on this practice, I was vaguely familiar with this practice of Sati, through […]

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Son of a goon 1, by Rico Comer

Prologue (pt. 1) Quiet to normal people, free people, people outside the confines of prison walls, is normally the absolute absence of sound, or the absence of loud disturbing noises, complimented by peaceful sounds like soft music, or the chirping of birds outside a cracked window, or soft […]

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Book Review, by Wayne Snitzky

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn Books tend to come in bunches around here, and to paraphrase the characters on the cable show American Pickers; The time to read a book is when you see it. A buddy clearly has a thing for the writings of Gillian Flynn, so […]

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