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  • If This House Could Talk....

    The story of a woman returning to her historic, empty house with very few possessions. by

    When a middle-aged, retired, trying-to-keep-it-together, ex-wife, widow, kinda-sorta grandma, and sometimes-achiever is thrown into a life of pandemic-mandated isolation, the best solution is to record the day-to-day antics. The biggest problem? ...


  • A Lucky Prairie Boy

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    Resilience. Persistence. Determination. Ingenuity. These are qualities farmers possess, and they were required to be a successful pioneer. They also happened to be some of the founding characteristics of the Brewster family. Douglas K. Brewster ...


  • I Forgot to Stay Sober

    How I Nearly Died Kicking My Addiction to Alcohol by

    After two decades of mental, emotional, and physical afflictions, J. T. Wahlberg had had enough, and he was all set to end his twenty-year addiction to alcohol. There was just one problem: he “forgot” to research the potential risks of detoxing on ...


  • In the Bowels of Bureaucracy

    Thirty Years in the Developing World's Bureaucratic Machinery by

    An outsider’s romp through our developing world – countries in transition from planned to market economies, failed states, post-conflict states and the bureaucrats caught in the middle of stagnation, rapid change and chaos. The book is a memoir of ...


  • Rockin' On The Rideau

    Ottawa's Golden Age of Rock and Roll by

    The music world exploded into Technicolor on February 9, 1964, when the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and ignited the music phenomenon dubbed “The British Invasion”. In the weeks and months to come, hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Ottawa ...


  • My Name Is Dale

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    This semi-autobiographical memoir by Dale A recounts his forty-one year flying career, his descent into alcohol addiction and most importantly, his thirty-two years in recovery. It is directed primarily towards individuals recovering from ...


  • Three Minutes for a Dog

    My Life in an Iron Lung by

    Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1946 and has been profoundly shaped ...


  • Caregiver's Survival Toolkit

    Go from Surviving to Thriving by

    Don’t struggle! Ease and Tranquility are your Caregiving Rights. Insight! Impact! Results! INSIGHT: Discover the impact of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease on the family unit. Gain insight into what the patient experiences. IMPACT: Learn ...


  • Finding The Perfect Person

    The Journey to Finally Getting It Right by

    Finding the person to live a fulfilling life with is not easy. Relationships, like life, have their ups and downs, and sometimes you need to make mistakes before you can find the right path. Finding the Perfect Person presents the dual memoirs of ...


  • Taking Chances

    On a New Life in Canada by

    In 1955, Otto Schmalz had been a single German immigrant in Canada for four years. It was time for him to go back to Europe and find a wife. In this, Schmalz’s fourth book of memoir, he takes us on an adventure that takes us from his return to ...