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  • A Boy on the Alcan

    Up and Down the Alaska Highway by

    A boy on the Alcan is an intriguing story of seven year old Eddie Byskal. He was born in a small Missions Hospital on the shore of Wakaw Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. When Eddie’s mother passed away his father signed up as a carpenter on the ...


  • My Story

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    The Traumas I went through as a child meeting the love of my life, and losing him at no fault of mind. Who I have been and who I am now, the lessons life taught me and the path it has lead me on to be Who I am today. I believe that without these ...


  • "Drop the Baby; put a Veil on the Broad!"

    Marisa Pavan's story by

    THIS IS THE FIRST biography ever written about Italian-born French actress, dancer, singer, and producer Marisa Pavan, who acquired fame during the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1950s and in American television in the 1960s and 1970s. Pavan is the ...


  • We Are All Immigrants

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    The immigrant journey is often complex. Every person who came to Canada for a better life faced hardships and paid a price to be here. In We Are All Immigrants, author Douglas Arch, the son of immigrants, explores the untold stories of diverse ...


  • Us and Them

    Canada, Canadians and The Beatles by

    Us and Them chronicles the depth to which Canada and Canadians were part of The Beatles’ story—their formation, growth and break up. Entertaining and well researched, Us and Them places John, Paul, George and Ringo as a band and as solo artists in ...


  • Life's Purpose

    Scaling the Ravine: Overcoming Cancer Divorce and Adversity by

    Told first in illustration then in real-life pictures, Life’s Purpose shares author Masood Osmani’s experiences struggling with cancer, divorce, a failing business, and deep depression. Doctors, priests, and psychologists don’t offer him any ...


  • War Tourist

    Memoirs of a Foreign Correspondent by

    Hilary Brown has filed television reports from every continent except Antarctica. She was once profiled on TVO’s ‘The Agenda’ as ‘Canada’s best-ever female foreign correspondent.’ This embarrasses her. She was one of the last journalists to be ...


  • Before I Knew

    A Village Boyhood on Vancouver Island by

    Stuey Moore is in trouble—again. When he’s not carving his initials on the family piano or stealing his mother’s prized curling gloves for dubious winter “sports,” the somewhat impulsive youngster is likely buying candy at Mr. Beck’s store, or ...


  • Sophia's Return

    A Guide to Creating A Goddess-Inspired Sacred Circle by

    Sophia's Return is an exploration of Goddess spirituality and an instructional book. It encourages women to lead their own sacred circle using the Celtic Wheel of the Year and shows them how to run a sacred or spirituality circle. This book includes ...


  • One Summer at the Cabin

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    What do you do when you are "a little tattered, a little worn around the edges?" Forty years of marriage, caregiver for the last few–dementia is a cruel disease– and when your husband dies and there is big hole in your life what do you do? You pack ...