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  • Never a Dull Moment

    A Memoir of Canadian Naval Aviation, Firebombing and Theatre by

    George Plawski was born in Gdynia, Poland, in 1934. His father, Eugene, was a senior naval officer who fought in both World Wars in the capacities of pilot, and as the commander of surface ships as well as submarines. Before the war, he lived with ...


  • My Road My Steps

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    My Road-My Steps are a valuable read to understand the subtlety of life. There is no better school to understand life, than the life lived to make a difference. The book tells the story of an ordinary boy of uneducated parents from an ordinary ...


  • A Cowboy's Life

    Memories of a Western Cowboy in an Empire Of Grass by

    “Either the whisky goes or I go.” These words were uttered by the author’s great grandmother after a harrowing trip by riverboat and stagecoach to her new husband’s ranch on the raw frontier of British Columbia’s Cariboo country. This is a memoir ...


  • The Unsung

    Memoirs of a Canadian Federal Agent by

    As a first responder and polygraph examiner, Darren Hudson was subjected to some of the most horrific scenarios imaginable. From traffic accidents to the twisted inner workings of violent criminals, he needed to stay focused and professional to do ...


  • World Without Limit

    A Journey from Unbounded Misfortune to Unlimited Possibility by

    Like most people, Alex had big plans for his life. A successful career on Wall Street, a loving family, and a beautiful home—he was living the American dream. Then, the unthinkable happened. At thirty-four years old Alex was diagnosed with ...


  • Good Luck Frenchy

    A Tale of RCMP Deception & Survival Through Thailand's Deadliest Prison by

    Being mistaken for someone else, being falsely depicted as an important international heroin importer and trafficker, and being made an unwilling accessory to murder aren’t everyday occurrences. Surely this is not how the police behave to get their ...


  • The Book of Em

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    A soul-searching, stream of consciousness narrative that is in some ways autobiographical and in others universally existential, The Book of Em will inspire and challenge readers to explore their own experiences of grief and questions about life. ...


  • Anchorless

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    IN 1985, A MAN BOARDED A BOAT with his wife and three youngest children. He was hoping to follow his six older children in escaping a Vietnam he no longer recognized. His six older children had already fled to freedom, and it was time to join them ...


  • Lessons Learned

    My Journey to the Podium by

    Life constantly changes the shots it throws at us. Do you know what to do when life’s on a breakaway to your open net? Or, do you know how to face a major roadblock in your career? Furthermore, are you looking for gold medal-winning strategies ...


  • The Storrings Brothers (In Foster Care)

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    Glen, Dennis and Murray Storrings were young children in the 1940s when they were made wards of the child welfare department in British Columbia. In the following years, the three brothers would live in over a hundred foster homes between them, ...