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  • Life Goes On

    Journey of a Liver Transplant Recipient by

    It is a reality that someone in Canada dies every three days waiting for an organ transplant; for some patients, they are lying in their hospital beds, waiting to be given a second chance at life. Some are fortunate to receive that organ or gift of ...


  • Journey on Parallel Roads

    Autobiography and Memoir by

    The Journey on Parallel Roads reflects the couple's journey on parallel roads of profession, community leadership, and broad family responsibility. They looked after all in exemplary manner giving priority to each that each deserved without any ...


  • The Girl Next Door Meets Cancer

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    “I hope that my experience can encourage other women to pay attention to their bodies and trust their instincts.” These are the brave words of the late Hayleigh Noel O’Brien, who, shortly before her 31st birthday, was diagnosed with a form of ...


  • A Knapsack Full of Dreams

    Memoirs of a Street Nurse by

    "My nurse hands once did more useful things. They immunized the fat, healthy thighs of infants, they carefully measured cardiac drugs to administer to young heart patients, they bathed both the elderly lady after her surgery and the 24-year-old ...


  • An Abnormally Normal Childhood

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    First in a multivolume memoir, An Abnormally Normal Childhood follows John Case from birth to the age of eighteen, regaling readers with the details of his deeds and misadventures. While he grew up in a time of depression and war, John was largely ...


  • Unwinding Graves

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    At just over four pounds at birth, and hovering near a hundred pounds as a young adult, all her life Laurie was tiny yet fierce. Growing up in a large family, often without a fixed address, childhood was an adventure for Laurie. With no choice but ...


  • Hopeful

    A Story of African Childhood Dreams and the Relentless love and sacrifice of Poor Parents to give their children an Education. by

    Hopeful describes the real life stories of children who were born in a rural poor village in an African country-Uganda. One of them, overcomes the challenges of poverty and cultural barriers with the help of his uneducated parents, who decided to do ...


  • Restored

    A Journey Towards Forgiving and Healing by

    At the heart of RESTORED - A journey towards Forgiving and Healing lies a twofold. A personal journey of lived experiences and a Mental health self-help resource for anyone, who is confronted with life’s greatest challenges; and seeking to ...


  • Medicine The Dirty Profession

    A Life Long Struggle of A Medical Doctor by

    Don’t Trust Your Doctor! Do you know what to do when a loved one gets sick? Or, do you know how to handle medical information that a doctor gives you? And furthermore, can you trust what your doctor tells you? Medicine the Dirty Profession is a ...


  • Sorrows Can Swim

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    This raw and powerful autobiography follows the life of a registered nurse who turns to alcohol to help chase away her demons brought on by persistent physical and mental domestic abuse, rape, workplace bullying, and deteriorating mental health. At ...