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  • My Oyster

    A life of traveling, exploring and becoming by

    What takes a Depression Era New Jersey girl to an Indian Ashram, a Neolithic village on the edge of the North Sea, an Italian nunnery, to stand in the grotto of an ancient Greek Oracle and walk with Chaucer's bawdy pilgrims on their way to ...

  • Inside the Chisolm Trail


    Janie [Mason] Chisolm…a descendant of a royal family who ruled Scotland between 1200 and the mid-1700s. No longer in power, the ruling family and ancestors (the Chisolm Clan) migrated to the Americas. Some of the “Clan” leaders, after settling near ...

  • The Tales of Doctor Harry

    Retired Rural Family Doctor by

    How do you live life to the fullest and funniest? Harry Hall and his family know the secret. In his 57 years of medical practice, Dr. Hall worked in rural and remote areas around the world, from the Arctic to Oceania. He became a parent, then a ...

  • 10 Days in February... Limitations & 10 Days in March... Possibilities

    A Memoir by

    As a child in the 1960s, my biggest and happiest influences were: • living in the mountains of Colorado • experiencing Brownies and Girl Scouts • Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ‘Little House’ books • Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan • caring ...

  • Rebel Dad

    Triumphing Over Bureaucracy to Adopt Two Orphans Born Worlds Apart by

    As a child, David McKinstry always knew one thing: he wanted to be a father. However, as a single—and secretly gay—man, David's only option was to adopt. Lying about his sexuality on adoption applications, David was consistently met with a ...

  • 334 Duckworth St.


    A filthy alleyway, a run down cold water flat, a determination for a better life and the adventures of a dreamer are what this story is all about. Neighbors and eccentric friends combine to make this a very interesting and humorous read. Even though ...

  • Losing My Country, Keeping My Soul


    It was 1967, and life in America was the best. I lived and surfed in Miami, Florida, where the waves were as big as the bikinis were small, and every day was another party. The war in Vietnam was an abstract thing. We all knew it would be over soon. ...

  • Sketches From Siberia

    The Life of Jacob D.Sudermann by

    A poignant biography of Jacob Davidovitch Sudermann, a teacher and artist from a Russian Mennonite community who, like so many others, fell victim to the bloodthirsty paranoia of the Stalinist purges and died in a Siberian gulag in 1937. Sketches ...

  • The Storyteller's Son

    A Memoir of Loss and Hope in the Storm by

    A storyteller, upon realizing his life is short, begins to prepare his seven-year-old son Wesley for a dark, fatherless future. Using Bible stories, he tries to convince his son to be a lifetime follower of the God who loves him and longs to be his ...