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  • Wash Behind Your Ears, Billy

    The Greatest Story Ever Told About Me by Me by

    Have you ever fantasized about pursuing a new career? Do you feel that a career change would be impossible given your personal responsibilities? Author Bill Cox has done it numerous times. Wash Behind Your Ears, Billy: The Greatest Story Ever Told ...


  • Confessions of a Coyote

    As told by Stella Coyote by

    After the death of her parents, Stella is separated from her community and her siblings and placed into a system that is set up to break her. Realizing that she can only rely on herself to survive in the world, Stella uses her natural instincts to ...


  • Losing Us

    A Dementia Caregiver's Journey by

    Losing Us: A Dementia Caregiver’s Journey, is a candid, compassionate and sometimes humorous memoir of Author Rosella Leslie’s heartbreaking struggles and triumphs during her twelve years as her husband’s primary caregiver. It is also an informal ...


  • On Constance

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    In April 2013, Karin Konoval travelled by train to New Orleans for a four-month film shoot. While this story isn’t about the film, the fact that she was portraying an orangutan in it laid the path, in a unique way, for her personal journey beyond ...


  • A Conversation With a Friend

    Concerning Justice, Peace and Joy by

    Read of the journey of an infant as he matures through his birth, foster family living, normal schooling and entrance into the Air Force at eighteen. Follow through in his military activities during 20 years of wartime service involved in numerous ...


  • Kirkland Lake Remembers

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    “Kirkland Lake Remembers” is a long overdue book, documenting the lives of 202 hometown war heroes. The core 157 soldiers, sailors and airmen are listed on the Kirkland Lake cenotaph where no man is left behind. Meet each of these war heroes; their ...


  • Carpe Data: CONNECT

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    Have you ever had the feeling you were being guided down a specific path in life? A real, deep in your guts, crap in your pants inclination? What if you came to believe you were placed on this earth to do something that would change everything? What ...


  • Ikpiarjuk

    My Challenges Teaching in a Land of Inuit by

    We travel to India to see the Taj Mahal, Egypt to see Pyramids, Turkey to see Blue Mosque, Italy to see Colosseum, South America in quest of Inca civilization, and so on. But very few travel to Nunavut – A Land of Inuit. Md Abdus Salam – the ...


  • From The Shadows

    Surviving the Depths of Mental Illness by

    After a joyful early childhood, E. Pauline Spurrell suffered trauma that led to unhinged teenage years and a turbulent adult life. She was diagnosed, and misdiagnosed, with numerous mental illnesses. She endured a seemingly endless cycle of ...


  • Only the Strong Survive

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    For many of us, the dream of starting a family is the hope we hold most dear. Sometimes, though, things don’t go as easy as we planned. There are few who will admit the hardship this brings—from struggling with infertility to the daunting process of ...