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  • Up From The Streets

    The Many Lives of Hank Garrett by

    Hank Garrett was raised in a multi-cultural neighborhood. In the 1950s, poverty was a way of life. Survival was the goal and violence was the means. By age 12, Hank was carrying a .25 caliber handgun. He would either end up dead or in prison. But a ...


  • A Flawless Mistake

    Tales From a Beautiful Life of Colossal F*ckups by

    We all make mistakes―some small and insignificant and others mortifying, self-destructive, and life-altering. But we don’t have to let those mistakes define us. We don’t have to settle into the pits we inadvertently dig for ourselves. We don’t need ...


  • Perseverance

    One Month Canoeing the Mackenzie River by

    In the summer of 2006, four old men began an adventure that took them from the suburbs of Washington State through British Columbia and Alberta to Great Slave Lake in Canada’s Northwest Territories. In two canoes, they began a 900-mile (1,500 km) ...


  • Life Actually

    My Memoirs by

    Who knew the eyes of a young girl from the East coast of Africa would see the far corners of the world? Indian-African Nargis Gercke was born in the Kenyan town of Mombasa before her family moved to Dar-es-Salaam (“the haven of peace) in ...


  • The Truth About Suicide

    by

    Take an enticing and raw look into the reality of mental health illnesses and the care system put in place. Follow a young woman on her adventure to finding her self. Full of emotion and personal experience. Showing an in depth look to mental health ...


  • Escaping Iraq

    by

    “Escaping Iraq” is a true story exactly as Evelyn Shizodin Lewis lived it. As an Assyrian girl born in Iraq her story will keep readers gripped in her story of living through three wars, all under Ṣaddām Hussein’s rein. Her story takes the reader ...


  • Rescues from the Sky

    True Stories of the Air Medical Rescue Teams of the US Coast Guard who risk their lives to save others as seen through the eyes of a newly trained flight surgeon 1971-1973 by

    Rescues from the Sky features the true stories of the US Coast Guard Aviation Medical Rescue Service as seen through the eyes of a wet-behind-the-ears flight surgeon fresh out of training. The events it recounts took place during the author’s ...


  • The Unsung Heroes of Paediatric Medicine

    The History of the Department of Pathology, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto (1888-2018) by

    Within the world of medicine, the work the pathologist does is integral to positive patient outcomes, but it is rare for the pathologist to actually have any interaction with their patients. Thus, their work can often go unrecognized and ...


  • Jottings By Jane

    A Collection of Wisdom, Musings and Poems by

    What is the best advice your mother ever gave you? What snippets of wisdom and insight has she shared with you and the other people in her life? Wouldn’t it be a shame if those were lost or forgotten? Jottings by Jane is one woman’s endeavor to ...


  • Three Minutes for a Dog

    My Life in an Iron Lung by

    Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1946 and has been profoundly shaped ...