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  • Vancouver Rashomon

    Redress Stories by

    This book is about the Japanese Canadian Redress Movement in Vancouver B.C. between 1947–1988, the controversies that damaged it between 1989-1994, and some adverse consequences that remain even today in 2022. Many of these stories are untold in ...


  • Lost & Found

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    How does childhood abuse and trauma continue to resonate through one’s life? How can one find the road to healing? These are the difficult questions explored in Lost & Found, the moving debut memoir of author Frank H. McLean. As he grew up in the ...


  • The Arcade Absurdity

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    When a social media star named Lux claims the Mega Vortex ride is actually an alien spaceship, people believe him and stop riding it. He also says the aliens gave him superpowers to use in the Waldameer arcade. Seth and Julia are doubtful, but Lux ...


  • The Tales Of Rithanon

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    With friends gathered around, the travelling minstrel Valdevo Baudelaire shares some of his most adventurous tales, tales of gallantry, great courage, strife, and woe, of tricks and mischief, heroes and villains, and light and darkness. Dragons, ...


  • Nature Nurture Nourish

    Immense Suffering; Tremendous Love; Persistent Presence by

    I will share the inspirations that shape this story as a cosmology into a deeper reflection of what it is to choose our way, and evolve continuously, in nature, nurture and nourishment, moving from immense suffering, through tremendous love and ...


  • Long Time Dead

    My Investigation into the Unsolved Murder of Ralph Wilson Snair by

    How did a conservative, simple-living, retired church custodian come to die from a gunshot wound to the head? Was it murder or suicide? On April 19, 1957, Ralph Wilson Snair was found dead in a rented vehicle at the side of Highway 50, two miles ...


  • Escape from Cat City 2

    Secret of Zoltar by

    Pepper has been having some amazing adventures. First, while at an outdoor celebration with his favourite little girl, the small puppy was carried off by balloons and dropped down smack in the middle of Cat City, where puppies are anything but ...


  • Beating the Impossible

    A Life of Comebacks, Extreme Sports and PTSD by

    Extreme athlete Don Schwartz has achieved, overcome, and somehow survived the impossible…repeatedly. A pioneer in the snowboarding world, Schwartz was horrifically burned in a tragic helicopter crash at the age of twenty which left him permanently ...


  • WTF are Boundaries

    Good times, Bad times, and Narcissistic Abuse by

    WTF ARE BOUNDARIES? is author Fraser Johnson’s firsthand account of his path to understanding the Narcissistic Abuse Cycle entrapping him, his past trauma, and learning when he needs to say NO, rather than saying yes to everything. It’s also the ...


  • The Art of Carol Janeway

    A Tile & Ceramics Career with Georg Jensen Inc. and Ossip Zadkine in 1940s Manhattan by

    The Art of Carol Janeway portrays the exotic life and artistic career of a woman whose commercial success as a tile decorator and ceramist in New York in the 1940s and later retirement due to lead poisoning offer a fascinating study. Victoria ...