Your Book Should Be Your Startup

Book Publishing

Attention authors…did you know that your book should be your startup?! As the lines continue to blur between writing skills and business skills, so to do the pretexts of creating a book. Continue reading

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Religion Trumps Science?

World religions

Science trumps religion? Which comes first, science or religion? Which will outlast the other? Many- if not most – literate moderns would say that religion was just  the product of a certain stage of human evolution, and that we have outgrown it in this “New Age” of reason and digitization. Continue reading

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Ethiopian Foods and Drinks For Your Taste, Pleasure and Good Health

Ethiopian DishesThe author of the acclaimed young adult fiction series of Desta books (a fourth installment in the series is underway) and of Four Pillars for Your Health, Longevity and Good Looks introduces us to the richness, splendor and goodness of the cuisine of his native Ethiopia in this latest addition to his library of books about nutrition Continue reading

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The New Jim Crow

The New Jim Crow

In 2012, Stanford University scholar Michelle Alexander gave us a book that is as important as it is well written. The thesis of The New Jim Crow is clear and describes a problem that will not go away on its own – the race-based explosion of the American prison population.  Continue reading

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Interview With Author Getty Ambau About Health in America

The Four Pillars For Your Health, Good Looks and LongevityInterview With Author Getty Ambau About Health in America
Booksandmocha.com is pleased and proud to interview Getty Ambau,
author of Four Pillars for Your Health, Good Looks and Longevity –
an important work about the sweet science of safeguarding your
health through proper diet. Get ready to be inspired! Continue reading

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Birth of Race-Based Slavery in the American Colonies

Slave Ship Diagram

The Birth of Race-Based Slavery in the American colonies…by the 17th century, America’s slave economy had eliminated the obstacle of morality. During the second half of the 17th century, a terrible transformation, the enslavement of people solely on the basis of race, occurred in the lives of African Americans living in North America. Continue reading

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