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My Name Is Saul recounts the last days of St. Paul the Apostle. Known as Saul of Tarsus during his earlier years, St. Paul openly discusses with the help of Aurelius, jailer and follower, the specifics of his life as he sits in Mamertine Prison in Rome. My Name Is Saul is a combination of artistic representation and historical data. Author Lin Wilder takes the reader back in time, detailing St. Paul the Apostle's tale of loss, love, and transformation.
Women of Color in Tech: A Blueprint for Inspiring and Mentoring the Next Generation of Technology Innovators delves into the importance of women of color entering into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) careers. The author provides her personal experience of what it takes to gain entry into this field and sustain a lasting career. She stresses the significance of what it means to have women in tech positions, especially women of color, when men now predominantly govern this field.
It’s 1986, and Freja O’Connell has moved to Denver from Las Vegas. She’s rid herself of unwanted baggage and is looking to start life anew. Part of her rebuilding involves reconnecting with her family, some new love interests, and an old Victorian home given to her by her father. Although it’s not in an excellent living area, Freja is immediately captivated by this home and decides to restore it as best she can to showcase all the beauty and immaculate curb appeal it has to offer.
Twine is a poignant memoir centered around Dorriah Rogers as she shares the most honest and eye-opening moments in her life. She gives the readers her soul, inviting them into a world filled with dysfunction, abuse, and as puzzling as it may seem, love. Rogers unpacks her baggage and states, “It was the telling of this story that allowed me to remove that backpack of horrors from my shoulders. It was the writing of the words, the release of the shame, that was ultimately cathartic and healing.”