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  • No Such Thing as Normal

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    “Some of us never fit in… some of us were never meant to...” Life is miserable when you don’t know who you are. Nicole Robertson might appear to have everything: a loving family, a solid education, scholarships to prestigious schools and a bright ...


  • T-Bone

    A Rancher's Story by

    Tim Brewin was born at Lethbridge in 1940, the youngest of 6 brothers and 3 sisters. He grew up on the family farm at Purple Springs, Alberta. He received his schooling at Hudson, Deer Park and Grassy Lakes Schools. He went to College at Olds, ...


  • Overcoming Adversity

    Resetting Goals by

    OVERCOMING ADVERSITY IS A LIFE STORY of a highly educated military veteran and health executive who overcame an unusual childhood, inter-city life and challenges circumstances. Before the passage of Civil Rights, 1964, He, like many others, ...


  • Inside the Chisolm Trail

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    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 ...


  • 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 Return To The Family Farm

    Still Learning Life Lessons by

    After her marriage in 1976, Mary Kay Schippers left the family farm to move to the city, embark on a career and raise a family with her high school sweetheart. In 1995, after her aging parents moved to town and decided to sell some land that had ...


  • China Mishkid

    My Life as a Missionary Kid in China (1938–1955) by

    This true story of growing up under the turmoil of war in the Far East raises important questions. How far is it justified to risk the life and wellbeing of a child so that parents can fulfil their calling? How helpful is it to be called a “third ...


  • China Mishkid

    My Life as a Missionary Kid in China (1938–1955) by

    This true story of growing up under the turmoil of war in the Far East raises important questions. How far is it justified to risk the life and wellbeing of a child so that parents can fulfil their calling? How helpful is it to be called a “third ...


  • Dream Catcher and Reconciliation

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    Wally du Temple, who was a social worker during the Sixties Scoop of aboriginal children, presents a convincing case for the need of reconciliation with First Nations and also with Mother Earth.


  • True Sea Stories on the BC Coast

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    A devastating typhoon; a mysterious rescue mission; an encounter between a black bear and a moose; a deadly near-collision on the Homathko River; the hunting of a sea lion by two orcas. These are just a few of the experiences author Len Helsing ...