Rhetta Akamatsu is an author and online journalist who writes about music, books, movies, and more. She is the author of The Irish Slaves: Slavery, Indentured Servitude and Contract Labor Among Irish Immigrants, Haunted Marietta, T'ain't Nobody's Business If I Do: Blues Women Past and Present, and several other books, available at Amazon and other fine online and offline bookstores.
Sex Politics Religion is a superficial look at many important issues, offering little more than the opinions of the author.
Carly's Voice is an opportunity to learn about the experiences of this nonverbal autistic individual through her own story.
The Jungle Bunch is about a penguin who lives in the jungle and thinks he is a tiger. Be warned.
A riveting memoir of more than six decades as a news reporter.
Medleys from Broadway provides smooth and professional-sounding medleys from six well-known and beloved Broadway shows for intermediate pianists.
Hellfire fuses blues, rock, and gospel to create a cornucopia of amazing guitar solos and soulful vocals.
The Me Generation... By Me is a funny, realistic memoir of growing up in the '60s
Little Seed is Elizabeth Mitchell's perfect interpretation of Woody Guthrie's wonderful children's songs and great music for children and adults.
Reverend Horton Heat's 25 to Life is a rousing celebration of this unique band's long rockabilly/psychobilly career.
A fascinating look at Japan's extreme fans of manga and anime and their influence on the national culture.