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  • Takes More Than Heart

    Changing the Journey's Challenges into Opportunities by

    In life, you will encounter many obstacles, if you have not already. How you deal with these challenges will define your character. All about a driven heart and pure grit, Takes More Than Heart: Change the Journey’s Challenges into Opportunities is ...


  • Circumstance

    How One Woman Defied Convention to Succeed in Business and Life by

    This memoir is the journey of a girl who found the public library and the Baptist Church in the railway town in Northern Ontario at the age of eight. The library books gave her the knowledge she needed and Jesus gave her the strength to endure the ...


  • Hometown Asylum

    A History and Memoir of Institutional Care by

    Starting in 1911, and for many years, the Alberta Hospital Ponoka, or AHP, was the largest and highest-population psychiatric institution in the Western Canadian Province of Alberta. It was also located on the outskirts of Jack Martin’s hometown, ...


  • A Voice in the Stillness

    Slowing Down and Listening Up by

    The fact that you were born, that you were created, is enough. Terri-Lynn Ledger seemed to have it all—a husband and two children, a strong faith, and a successful career—but, after almost two decades in the demanding corporate world, her job was ...


  • 1% Hatred

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    In this gripping memoir, retired Ontario Provincial Police officer Dan Rocheleau shares highlights from his early life and his many years working for various departments in Ontario and Quebec. After his training at police college in Brampton and ...


  • Booze and the Badge

    A Cop's Battle with the Bottle by

    THIS MEMOIR is an examination of the author’s lifelong battle with alcoholism, how it affected his lengthy policing career, and his efforts to help others battle addiction once he was in recovery and had retired from policing. Along the way, this ...


  • Butter Side Up

    How I Survived My Most Terrible Year and Created My Super Awesome Life by

    How often have you heard someone say “I hate change’? That’s because most people do. The reality is life puts us all through change: a series of events some challenging, and many joyful—that shape our day-to-day experiences. Sometimes though, in ...


  • Pioneers of the Caribbean

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    Pioneers of the Caribbean invites readers to share the journey of two modern pioneers from the Caribbean Dolvis and Veronica. The story takes you on their voyage to the land of opportunities and their vision of goals and dreams for their family. ...


  • Buharism

    Nigeria's Death Knell by

    This book poses the question: When does a President lose the moral authority to lead? • Is it when he steals an election and usurps the presidential mandate the people had given his primary challenger? • Is it when he orchestrates ...


  • Side Lake City

    A Memoir of a Mennonite Boy Coming of Age in a Sawmill Bush Camp in the 1950’s and 60’s by

    Side Lake City tells the true story of a Mennonite family’s sawmill camp in northern Alberta. Set in the 1950s and ’60s, it is the memoir of Cameron Esau’s early life. As a young boy, Cameron’s father and uncles form a lumber business. But ...