What, exactly, can you say about tragedy? Plenty, as you'll see in the book "In Remembrance of Emmett Till" by Darryl Mace, and the strongest words come from influential places.
In the new book “Endangered” by Jean Love Cush, who’s going to save young black men?
These days, antacids are your most efficient office assistant. Aspirin is your co-worker. Sodium bicarbonate, your best friend. You need "The Biology of Beating Stress" by Jeanne Ricks.
Pick up "No Saints around Here" and you'll notice something: holding it in your hands is like grasping a half-pound of pure ache.
Even though there's some mild hair-raising here, this book isn't exactly a thriller and it's not a mystery. Author Jervey Tervalon's novel actually seems jumbled, in fact, although it's strangely addictive.
For most of her life, author Zelda la Grange held beliefs that everyone around her shared. In the new book "Good Morning, Mr. Mandela," she explains how those tenets changed, and who led her there.
In the new book “Laws of Wrath” by Eriq La Salle, what's good for the goose might kill the gander.
You've probably heard that all your life and it's true: a lot of people have come before you to smooth your path.
Studies show that, depending on several factors, hardship may be beneficial and may even strengthen you.
What you wouldn't give to spend one more day.
The Islands are calling you this summer. Sand, seas, sunshine — and plenty of drama, when you take "'Til the Well Runs Dry" with you.
Mom always liked you better.
BOOK REVIEW: 'The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women' by Edward Lewis with Audrey Edwards, foreword by Camille O. Cosby
In "The Man from Essence" by Edward Lewis, you'll see that that phenomenon crosses all industries.
BOOK REVIEW: 'All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom' by Angela Johnson, Illustrated by E.B. Lewis
Tomorrow morning, when you wake up, everything will be changed.
You work hard, you reach for your dreams, but you still can't seem to catch a break — which means you're doing it all wrong, says Dennis Kimbro in his new book "The Wealth Choice."