Defining Sexism, Escaping Vietnam, and Prioritizing Fun: Discounted Nonfiction eBooks

Prioritize Fun on Kindle

Prioritize Fun ($0.99) by Nanci Bergman: Prioritize Fun is a simple but powerful idea. I believe that by having more fun – deliberately, purposefully, and with prejudice – you become happier by default. I think fun is the fundamental catalyst we’re missing in our lives that makes happiness seem so elusive. And by actually prioritizing fun, you’ll finally find the happiness you crave.

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

Kindle


Sexism Ed: Essays on Gender and Labor in Academia on Kindle

Sexism Ed ($0.99) by Kelly J. Baker: In these sharp and thoughtful essays, Baker examines how sexism and patriarchy define our work and our lives, within and outside of academia. Sexism Ed looks at gender inequity, precarious labor, misogyny, and structural oppression—but through it all Baker never gives up hope that we can change higher ed—and the world—if only we continue to try.

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

Kindle


Waratah on Kindle

Waratah ($0.99) by Ha-Le Thai: Ha-Le Thai knew that escaping Vietnam for freedom in a cramped, leaking boat would not be easy. She imagined that building a new life in Australia, from little more than a hope and a dream, would stretch her courage and strength to its limits. But the warrior and refugee never guessed that her biggest challenge of all would be motherhood.

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

Kindle


Four Years With Morgan And Forrest on Kindle

Four Years With Morgan And Forrest ($0.99) by Col. Thomas F. Berry: Berry’s memoir is full of daring escapades, blood-thirsty skirmishes, and near-death experiences. It is a thrilling account of life on the front-line during the American Civil War and will be of interest to historians and enthusiasts of the period alike.

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

Kindle

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