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  • Sun Down

    Grief Diaries of an Ordinary Father by

    When Jackson Wright was killed in a freak accident on the front lawn of his house, just shy of his ninth birthday, his close-knit and loving family found themselves utterly devastated and adrift, unsure of how to even go about the process of moving ...


  • She Who Wears Moccasins and Carries A Big Stick

    If I I Told You Would You Believe Me by

    My father calls and tells me I have a name for you—"She Who Wears Moccasins and Carries a Big Stick" to which I reply what does that mean and he replies—"the moccasins represents your traditional spiritual walk and the big stick is symbolized by ...


  • A Tremor Through Time

    Recollections from a Northern Ontario Childhood by

    Tragic Coincidence A baby dies in a car accident on the way to a memorial mass, fifteen years to the day after the mining accident that took the life of his grandfather. This tragic coincidence set the stage for the author’s birth a year later. A ...


  • Fred Lodge's Diaries

    A Quiet Man's Journey Through Hell by

    The wartime diaries of Fred Lodge underscore his perilous passage through World War 2 including the Dieppe Raid and three years as a POW in Germany. Fred was a quiet, kind, considerate and courageous young Canadian who trained in Canada as an ...


  • Live Well Between Your Ears

    Get Your Head Around The Craziness by

    Do you struggle to maintain good health? Are you tired of the onslaught of new technology invading your life? Do you long for the simplicity of the good old days? Are you troubled by social unrest in the world? And, perhaps most importantly, has the ...


  • "Silently Weeping"

    A story of burn survival, rape and abuse by

    “YOUR PAST CAN CONTROL YOUR FUTURE IF YOU LET IT. OR YOU CAN MOVE AWAY FROM IT.” On May 23, 1961, seven-year-old Deborah Blaney Ward stood on a chair in front of her stove to retrieve some sugar from the shelf – she didn’t know the stove was on, ...


  • Farmwives in Profile

    17 Women: 17 candid questions about their lives Photos & Recipes by

    When Billi married her husband, a 4th generation Canadian farmer, she quickly discovered there were very little photographs of their rich, 100-year farming heritage. As a writer + photographer, she felt called to do something about it. Since ...


  • An Abnormally Normal Childhood

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    First in a multivolume memoir, An Abnormally Normal Childhood follows John Case from birth to the age of eighteen, regaling readers with the details of his deeds and misadventures. While he grew up in a time of depression and war, John was largely ...


  • Unwinding Graves

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    At just over four pounds at birth, and hovering near a hundred pounds as a young adult, all her life Laurie was tiny yet fierce. Growing up in a large family, often without a fixed address, childhood was an adventure for Laurie. With no choice but ...


  • Russia

    A Journey to the Arctic by

    In 1994 Larry Ritco was given the opportunity to travel to northern Russia just inside the Arctic Circle on an engineering assignment for a Gazprom gas pipeline project. On the shores of Baydaratskaya Bay at a remote Siberian weather station, Larry ...