Non-Fiction

Pop Magick: A Simple Guide to Bending Your Reality

Publication Date: 02/18/2020

“Alex Kazemi has his finger on the pulse of magick and all its wonders." —George Noory, Host of Coast to Coast AM “Alex Kazemi is a boy wonder.” —Shirley Manson “My favorite millennial provocateur.” —Bret Easton Ellis FROM STRUGGLING ARTIST TO ILLUMINATI PRINCE How did counter-culture pop artist Alex Kazemi,…

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Japan’s Secret War: How Japan’s Race to Build its Own Atomic Bomb Provided the Groundwork for North Korea’s Nuclear Program Third Edition: Revised and Updated

Publication Date: 12/10/2019

How Japan’s World War II race to build an atomic bomb fathered North Korea’s nuclear threat. This revised and greatly updated third edition of Japan’s Secret War is a groundbreaking, thoroughly sourced investigation into one of the least-known, yet highly significant episodes of World War II: Japan’s frantic race to…

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The ABCs of Metallica

Publication Date: 11/26/2019

An alphabetical history of one of rock's heaviest bands...Metallica! Featuring hard-rocking rhymes and bold illustrations, The ABCs of Metallica looks back at the remarkable history of one of rock 'n' roll's most celebrated groups. Each letter of the alphabet highlights a significant moment along the band's journey, from their humble Garage Days,…

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Business Is Dead: Resurrecting Entrepreneurship Through the Fan-Focused Venture

Publication Date: 10/01/2019

A guide for fans of all genres of pop culture on pursuing their first entrepreneurial venture in business, philanthropy, or the arts.   “Pop culture is a very broad realm and approaching the subject of entrepreneurship within this area could be overwhelming. I really appreciate the way author Neil A. Cohen…

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50 Weapons That Changed Warfare

Publication Date: 08/27/2019

From the spear to the nuclear bomb, this is a reckoning of the most significant weapons throughout history. William Weir, author of 50 Battles That Changed the World, takes another look at the history of warfare by focusing on the hardware that served those famous battles. In this text, you’ll uncover:…

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Tortured Cardboard: How Great Board Games Arise from Chaos, Survive by Chance, Impart Wisdom, and Gain Immortality

Publication Date: 07/23/2019

Be enlightened and entertained. Be prepared for irreverence. Come on this journey through time and witness how these games came to be, why they flourish, and what you can gain by applying their “secrets.” The term “tortured cardboard” sums up what happens to cardboard when making a board game (bound,…

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Hip-Hop Alphabet

Publication Date: 04/23/2019

Yo Gabba Gabba! meets Yo! MTV Raps in this lively and educational book for young children learning the alphabet—and their hip-hop–loving parents. Take a wondrous alphabetical journey through the glorious history of hip-hop in this kid-friendly introduction to the music that defined a generation. Featuring clever rhymes and graffiti-style drawings by legendary artist…

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The Airplane Graveyard: The Forgotten WWII Warbirds of Kwajalein Atoll

Publication Date: 12/04/2018

Extraordinary images, never before published in book form, of the forgotten American WWII Airplanes at the bottom of the Kwajalein Atoll lagoon, from award-winning underwater photographer Brandi Mueller. At the end of WWII, around 150 American airplanes, all veterans of the Pacific war, were dumped in the lagoon of Kwajalein…

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Stephen King, American Master: A Creepy Corpus of Facts About Stephen King & His Work

Publication Date: 10/30/2018

A fun and informative compendium for Stephen King fans—interviews, essays, and loads of facts and details about all of his work. Fascinating facts, trivia, and little-known details about the Master of the Macabre’s life and work, plus interviews, essays, and insights for King fans, from the casual to the fanatical!…

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The 30 Most Influential People of World War II: A Ranking

Publication Date: 06/05/2018

Here are the true stories of the thirty people who shaped, conducted, won, and lost the biggest, most complex, and most destructive armed conflict the world has ever known. General Patton said, “The soldier is the army.” This book says, “People are the war.” And even World War II –…

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