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  • Only One Way

    Cleave To Jesus Christ by

    This is a gritty story; faith that submerges into hellish existence and where it all implodes. Joy is a naive girl, curiously lured in by forbidden temptations. Being enticed, she is vividly engulfed, entrenched by foolish desires. Crystal meth and ...


  • Unfortunate Sons

    The Beginning of Marine Corps Tanks In The Vietnam War and how I survived Vietnam as a marine tanker by

    Unfortunate Sons is a compelling story It will draw you into Joe Tyson's world as a young Marine Tanker, full of fun and enthusiasm. You will share the daily routines of patrols and combat situations as if you were right there with him. You will ...


  • True Sea Stories On The BC Coast

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    A devastating typhoon; a mysterious rescue mission; an encounter between a black bear and a moose; a deadly near-collision on the Homathko River; the hunting of a sea lion by two orcas. These are just a few of the experiences author Len Helsing ...


  • Boondoggles

    Travels of a Restless Professor by

    One of Jerry’s greatest talents was creating research pretexts to travel to the far corners of the globe. He explored England and continental Europe, first as a student and later when he returned regularly for research. Once he had settled into his ...


  • Roman Jacobson's Prism

    Learning the language of Faith by

    Roman Jacobson’s Prism: Learning the Language of Faith is a dissertation that examines the common elements found in the catechetical documents of the three mainline Canadian churches—the Anglican, Roman Catholic, and United Church. Dr. Hunt employs ...


  • Soldier of the Sixties

    Part Three: Middle East and the Jungle by

    Soldier of the Sixties is an account of a very ordinary soldier serving in extraordinary circumstances - a historical record of what it was like to serve in the British Army more than fifty years ago. This story will be of great interest to anyone ...


  • They Came

    Pioneer Women of the Canadian West A Sampler of Stories and Recipes by

    European settlement of Western Canada was both rapid and dramatic. People came from all over the world to take advantage of cheap land ($10 for 160 acres/64.7 hectares). Women most often came with parents, or followed husbands and brothers. They ...


  • Mind Works

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    Upon diving into this unique collection of poetry, the reader will be taken on a journey through the innermost workings of a burgeoning young mind. Written by a teenager in love with music and girls and trying to find himself, the author recorded ...


  • 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 ...


  • Life is a Dance, Step One

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    Life leaves a mark-a limp-a scar... in exchange for a song-a kiss-a star... Author, GreenBranch, aka Dorothy Phyllis Miller, writes this historical novel based on a true story in moving scenes depicting the life of a young woman born to an ...