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  • Angels in Swollen Crises

    Stepmother by

    In November of 1991, with the Nile in flood, a breakaway faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) led by Riek Machar killed approximately 2,000 Dinka civilians in the southern Sudanese state of Jonglei in what would become known as the ...


  • Misfits of Medicine

    Physicians Who "First Do Harm" by

    When we think of a misfit, we often who willfully engages in the kind of behavior or attitude that sets them apart from others in an uncomfortable way. There are times when misfit behavior can turn out good, such as when a member of a football team ...


  • Don't Take Any Wooden Nickels

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    A childhood memory of life on the farm in the 1920's through the 1960's--- Kerosene lamps, wood burning stove and furnace and dugout water. Dad's English roots and Mom's French roots, a family of eight children including the Friday child. The farm ...


  • Red Robinson: The Last Broadcast

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    Red Robinson: The Last Broadcast is the sequel to the best-selling Red Robinson: The Last Deejay. It details the legendary Canadian deejay’s last radio broadcast in the summer of 2017, and provides an in-depth look at the careers of his equally ...


  • Once Upon a Red Eye

    Life on the Road with Gordon Lightfoot by

    Once Upon a Red Eye is a compelling memoir that offers rare insight into the behind-the-scenes life of a Canadian musical icon. Here are the colourful recountings of Richard Harison, who spent a dozen years serving as Gordon Lightfoot’s road/stage ...


  • The Surgeon's Apprentice

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    Second in a multivolume memoir, The Surgeon’s Apprentice follows a young John Case through his medical and then surgical training in an era when penicillin was a new wonder drug. John’s experience training at two universities and eight hospitals ...


  • Not a Fairy Tale

    A Story of Surviving the First Three Years of Being a Stepmom by

    The inspiring and hilarious story of Maddie Laberge’s journey from a carefree, childless life to becoming a stepmom of three. Nothing could have prepared Maddie for what was about to happen to her quiet, simple life once all three of her husband’s ...


  • Just a Wink

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    Samantha is coming up on middle age and has been married twice, but she has not given up on true love. She thinks she had seen and heard it all, no longer in the bars and clubs scene, but being a successful independent woman where would she find a ...


  • The Reward

    A Unique Memoir of a Scottish Immigrant to British Columbia by

    Dave McLean’s life has been one of trials, triumphs, and uncommon adventures. Beginning in the interwar years in Glasgow, Scotland, we learn first of his family’s history in World War I, then his own experience as a boy during World War II—with air ...


  • To Walk in Their Footsteps

    Coming to Canada by

    Back in the 1960's tracing your Family Tree was just becoming an interesting hobby. Now, like a lazy little babbling stream merrily following the course of time, that stream has metamorphosed into a huge, directed waterfall and on to an almost out ...