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  • Chef Eats

    Recipes and Techniques by

    There is something so satisfying about cooking from scratch, especially making staples like mustard, hot sauce, and smoked bacon elevated by the subtle sweetness of maple syrup. Or exploring unconventional ingredients, whether decadent wagyu ...


  • Tales and Torts

    Stories of a Country Lawyer by

    “The newspaper headline declared in large bold letters: “Shoot Out At High Noon.” Reading the first paragraph of the article disclosed the truth of the old saying, “don’t take a knife to a gun fight.” The man with the knife lay dead on the ground, ...


  • Whatever Comes, Eat It

    Living and working as an expat in Russia, Bangladesh, Thailand, UAE and South Korea by

    In 2004, Canadian Kathy Binns was offered a job teaching middle school in Moscow. Thus began an incredible overseas adventure that lasted seventeen years. With humour, candour, and a keen observational eye, Kathy recounts her memorable experiences ...


  • Talented Miramichiers in the Gilded Age

    Irish Miramichiers who Made a Difference at Home, New York, Leadville and Bathurst by

    “The family which Samuel and Mary Ann (Daley) Adams raised at Miramichi, New Brunswick in the 19th. century was truly a remarkable one, as their great-grandson Tom Creaghan reveals in this work. ” — Willis D. Hamilton, author of the Dictionary of ...


  • From Prairie Roots to Lake Erie Shores

    My Story in My Words by

    Born in a tiny prairie hamlet in depression era Alberta, Joan Harder’s evocative writing reveals her vivid memories of growing up, moving, losing loved ones and the happiness and joy one can find in every moment. Through the everyday stumbles and ...


  • Standing in Possibility

    A Memoir of Resilience and Hope by

    Standing in Possibility: A Memoir of Resilience and Hope is a book about the author’s secrets and their emotional impact on both her personal and working life. Janet Smith was a pioneer in many areas of her life, a woman who found herself in ...


  • From Fear To Faith

    Surviving Cancer Six Times by

    “You have cancer.” When your doctor says these words, how do you react? Fear often overwhelms any other response to a cancer diagnosis. What if the treatments don’t work? What does the future look like? Will I die? Questions like these can lead to ...


  • On Constance

    by

    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 ...


  • Contagion Chaser

    The Story of an Infectious Disease Detective by

    Picking up where his previous book, Rescues from the Sky, left off, Contagion Chaser details Dr. Lee F. Walters’ transition from saving lives at sea as part of an air medical rescue team with the US Coast Guard to becoming an infectious disease ...


  • Beautiful Humans, There's Nothing Wrong With You

    Encouragement for the Soul by

    This book began, when, as a certified yoga instructor for many years, author Marcy Barbaro noticed that many of her students revealed that they believed they were broken in some way, or not enough. Beautiful Humans, There’s Nothing Wrong with You: ...