Biography & Autobiography, Literary
You Don't Fall Out of the Universe
Surviving the loss of our son by B. J. Jewett
A hybrid of memoir and poetry, You Don’t Fall Out of the Universe navigates what one family endures before and after the unimaginable loss of a son. With quiet moments of heartache and resilience, Jewett shows the strength in being vulnerable. If ...
Circling the Edge
Listening to the Whispers of the Wild Soul by Wilma G Rubens
Growing up in a Scottish Presbyterian family in the nineteen fifties, Wilma is completely at odds with her inner world. Craving something she could not name and defying cultural expectations, she leaves Scotland. Her search takes her all over the ...
A Dementia Caregiver's Journey by Rosella M. Leslie
Losing Us: A Dementia Caregiver’s Journey, is a candid, compassionate and sometimes humorous memoir of Author Rosella Leslie’s heartbreaking struggles and triumphs during her twelve years as her husband’s primary caregiver. It is also an informal ...
The Music In Me
by Fred G. Parry
Fred Parry lives in Southern Ontario. He is a lover of people and a collector of stories, music, wisdom, and grandchildren. His newspaper column, Music in Me, can be found in 'The New Hamburg Independent' Metroland Media.
Love and Kisses Paul Hiebert
by Noreen Olson
Believing that “literary icons don't answer letters from ordinary people,” Noreen Olson nonetheless contacted iconic Canadian writer and humourist Paul Hiebert after reading his book Sarah Binks. To her surprise, Hiebert wrote back. Thus began a ...
If This House Could Talk....
The story of a woman returning to her historic, empty house with very few possessions. by HL Dahmer
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? ...
by Brent Drew Townsend
Within these pages, I offer an account of a once strong herd of wild horses that ran fast, and ran free, until various concerned entities deemed their existence as non-essential. In light of their environmental impact, the herds were removed as a ...
My Search for Meaning
A True Story of An Orphan’s Journey by Viola M. Jaynes
My Search for Meaning is an intimate collection of memories of a child growing up first in an orphanage in Germany, then in Middle America. Abandoned by her mother – who escaped East Germany just as the Berlin Wall was being erected – the child ...
Trauma and the Golden Lady
The Life and Death of Sylvia Plath by Bob Fournier, Ph.D.
While Sylvia Plath’s life was short-lived, her accomplishments were immense, and two college archives now house her writings and valued possessions. Raised in an era when women were taught and expected to be subservient to men, Sylvia wanted more. ...