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  • The Tales of Doctor Harry

    Retired Rural Family Doctor by

    How do you live life to the fullest and funniest? Harry Hall and his family know the secret. In his 57 years of medical practice, Dr. Hall worked in rural and remote areas around the world, from the Arctic to Oceania. He became a parent, then a ...


  • My One Extraordinary Life

    The Memories of Leona King by

    After being diagnosed with a potentially fatal disease I began journaling. It became a healing process. In between relapses I began writing stories of my youth and continued to what could now be called the last third of my life. Reflections of happy ...


  • I'm the Bob and Cathy's Kid

    Emotions - Love and Fury by

    This is a story about Suzanna Bailey, who at the age of fourteen months began experiencing epileptic seizures. Consequently, these seizures led to countless appointments with medical professionals. Six successive brain surgeries left her with ...


  • Remembering You

    Until God Whispers My Name by

    As Canada’s population continues to age and lifespans lengthen, the incidence of dementia is also on the increase, with Alzheimer’s being the most common. For twelve years, author Marilyn Duncan cared for her beloved mother after she developed ...


  • Sorrows Can Swim

    by

    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 ...


  • The Bipolar Doctor

    by

    Despite battling depression in his mid-teens, Rohit Kumar fulfilled his beloved parents’ dream of becoming a doctor in 1990. He was one of Canada’s first hospitalists before setting up a highly successful private practice, and acquired specialized ...


  • Follow Your Bliss

    The Life and Times of a Family Doctor by

    Dr. Donald Hodder has woven tales of joy and sorrow, humour and fulfillment into this interesting memoir. He practised family medicine for over forty-five years, all of it in his native Newfoundland. During his career, he kept many notebooks ...


  • Parallel Journeys

    A Mother and Daughter's Struggle through Alzheimer's Disease by

    During the years of progressive struggle and decline, Wanda kept journals of her experience as a means of coping with the frustration and heartache. These documents served as the raw material for Parallel Journeys, a memoir that is not only about ...


  • A Late Encounter

    by

    Every family has in its kinship history an elderly hanger-on. He was the one who came for Thanksgiving dinner, built the fire at Hallowe'en, shared stories of derring-do with the children and who helped with the wood-pile, roto-tilling and snow ...


  • Kazoonie

    by

    This book is the story of a young man who lived in Victoria which is the capital city of British Columbia Can. He was a member of a family of five children the brood of English immigrants and the only one who turned out to be a hooligan and all ...