Author Expounds on Labor of Love

Peter Brav, 331 Innings, Interview, bullying, war, life, Lincoln, Nebraska, Princeton, NJ

  Peter Brav The “331 Innings” Interview with Kam Williams Author Expounds on Labor of Love Peter Brav is not much of a baseball player but he’s written three novels where the diamond provides a setting for triumph over adversity in one way or another. Sneaking In (set during the 1999 Yankees championship season), The […]

331 Innings

Jack Schram, inspirational, Peter Brav, Nebraska, bullying, book review, physical disability, powerful tale

  331 Innings by Peter Brav Zappyness Media Paperback, $7.25 164 pages ISBN: 978-1-544237947 Book Review by Kam Williams “331 Innings is a powerful tale narrated by elderly, Nebraska native Jack Schram, a lifelong witness to the folly of war and hypocrisy. Jack tells of the bullying encountered by his nephew’s teenage son, John, born […]

Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama

David J. Garrow, Barack Obama, Book Review by Kam Williams, Genevieve Cook, Pulitzer Prize-winner

  Rising Star The Making of Barack Obama  by David J. Garrow William Morrow Hardcover, $45.00 1472 pages ISBN: 978-0-06-264183-0 Book Review by Kam Williams “Barack Obama’s speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention instantly catapulted him into the national spotlight and led to his election four years later as America’s first African-American president. In […]

Cop under Fire

David Clarke, political correctness, controversial, Cop under Fire: Moving Beyond Hashtags of Race, Crime and Politics for a Better America

  Cop under Fire Moving Beyond Hashtags of Race, Crime and Politics for a Better America by Sheriff David Clarke, Jr. with Nancy French Foreword by Sean Hannity Worthy Publishing Hardcover, $21.99 272 pages ISBN: 978-1-617-95857-1 Book Review by Kam Williams “David Clarke refuses to bow a knee to political correctness, and he refuses to […]

The President’s Kitchen Cabinet

Adrian Miller, book review, African-Americans, treasury of information, Presidents kitchen cabinet, cooking techniques and equipment, recipes

  The President’s Kitchen Cabinet The Story of the African-Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas by Adrian Miller University of North Carolina Press Hardcover, $30.00 292 pages, Illustrated ISBN: 978-1-4696-3253-7 Book Review by Kam Williams “[This opus] vividly tells the stories of the African-Americans who worked in the […]

The Meaning of Michelle

Michelle Obama, First Lady, 16 essays by a variety of admirers, priceless keepsake, role model, book review by Kam Williams

  The Meaning of Michelle 16 Writers on the Iconic First Lady and How Her Journey Inspires Our Own Edited by Veronica Chambers St. Martin’s Press Hardcover, $24.99 236 pages ISBN: 978-1-250-11496-9 Book Review by Kam Williams “Michelle Obama is unlike any other First Lady in American History. From her first moment on the public […]

Tears We Cannot Stop

Tears We Cannot Stop, A Sermon to White America, by Michael Eric Dyson, history, race, Donald Trump

  Tears We Cannot Stop A Sermon to White America by Michael Eric Dyson St. Martin’s Press Hardcover, $24.99 202 pages ISBN: 978-1-250-13599-5 Book Review by Kam Williams “America is in trouble, and a lot of that trouble–perhaps most of it–has to do with race. Everywhere we turn, there is discord, division, death and destruction. […]

Concerned Father Creates Children’s Book Series To Help Make Learning About Valuable Black History Information Fun Again

books for kids, Christopher OluFela, heritage, American history, freedom, African American, ancestry, young readers

  Concerned Father Creates Children’s Book Series To Help Make Learning About Valuable Black History Information Fun Again   Orlando, FL (January 16, 2017) – EOTO Books & Publishing announced today the immediate release of “The Christopher OluFela Series of Books for Kids” written by father and creative children’s picture book author Lee Chavous. The […]

In the World of Fiction: The Oldies but Goodies Are Back

2017, trends, Dean Koontz, oldies but goodies, Anne Rice, good reads, fiction

  In the World of Fiction: The Oldies but Goodies Are Back by Amy Lignor   Readers, 2017 has arrived. And the one thing that rises above all the other so-called ‘trends’ that publishers and book lovers are looking forward to seeing this year is one, undeniable and exciting fact: Beloved authors will step back […]

Volume 2 of Yes Sir, Yes Sir, 3 Bags Full! – You Do NOT Want to Miss This

Jerry Hall, Viet Nam War, moral dilemmas, learning lessons, personal heartbreak, war, book review

  Volume 2 of Yes Sir, Yes Sir, 3 Bags Full! – You Do NOT Want to Miss This Book Review by Amy Lignor What began in an unforgettable Volume 1—living Jerry Hall’s story and dealing with the heart-wrenching issues of the Viet Nam* War—continues here. The action of battle, fraught with the unending horrors […]