"Furious Cool" is a wonderful, wonderful book. But I was wrung out when I finished it, as if I had watched a car accident in excruciatingly slow motion. That's a testament to authors David Henry and Joe Henry, both of ...
There are times when even the unstoppable is halted in its tracks. And in the new book "His Third Wife" by Grace Octavia, the octagonal red sign is up ahead.
In the new novel "Losing to Win" by Michele Grant, a loss might result in a bigger gain.
Realizing a dream might mean going through nightmares first.
You need a leader. So why can’t it be you? In the new book "The Rejected Stone" by Reverend Al Sharpton, you'll see how it could happen.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Harlem Nocturne: Women Artists & Progressive Politics During World War II' by Farah Jasmine Griffin
When the music starts, your feet do, too.
Ayana Mathis said she’s been writing since childhood, but she never imagined she could earn a living as an author.
Everybody loves a good wedding, but in the new novel "Sister Betty Says I Do," there were lots of obstacles littering the aisle.
You know what you'd do in a crisis — or do you? Could you ignore your inner voice and do something wrongly right?
BOOK REVIEW: 'High Price: A Neuroscientist's Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and Society' by Dr. Carl Hart
What do you know about drugs and the causes of addiction? In the new book "High Price" by Dr. Carl Hart, you'll be surprised at recent revelations.
Sometimes in life, a small decision that seems insignificant — or even wrong — turns out to be the best thing that can happen. And in the new book "The Speech" by Gary Younge, you'll see how an off-the-cuff choice ...
Many would ask, how did a Catholic girl from a loving family get involved in the drug trade? Read the book and find out!
Do you know yourself well enough?
In the new book "The Sweetest Hallelujah," a friendship that starts with a secret ends with a forever bond.
Though it's a little predictable, "A Family Affair" isn't too bad. Author ReShonda Tate Billingsley offers readers a bit of scandalous drama mixed in a story of forgiveness that spans over time.