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  • 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 ...


  • You Can't See My Scars

    A Story of Thriving During the Impossible and Living Life to the Fullest by

    At thirty-seven years old, Darren Cosentino is fit and healthy, with a busy social life and a successful career. Returning from a holiday in Mexico with his wife, Sara, he develops stomach pains and heads to the hospital with what seems to be a case ...


  • Brilliant Bob - My Husband with Alzheimer's Disease

    Our Love Story by

    This book is about our life before and after Alzheimer's Disease invaded and how, over the subsequent ten years, we did our best to fight, learn, adjust and live with this heinous disease as it progressed. Using the Seven Stages of Alzheimer's ...


  • Donna's Story

    A Journey Through Alzheimer's Disease by

    Donna is on a long journey through Alzheimer’s disease. It is like a mountain road with many twists and turns, heading steadily downhill. There are no places to make a U-turn; no rest stops. As Donna’s caregiver, I too am on this road, but I am ...


  • One Day at a Time

    My journey through leukemia and a stem cell transplant by

    Marge was initially surprised when diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia. However, her continued healthy wellbeing allowed Marge to put the news behind her and carry on with her everyday life. But then, five years later, her illness suddenly ...


  • The Psychopath Machine

    A Story of Resistance and Survival by

    When Steve Smith set out to hitchhike from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario to Canada’s west coast back in 1968, he was just an eighteen-year-old hippie with an appetite for adventure. But a short way into his journey, a reckless decision to steal a car ...


  • And The Day Came

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    This revealing and heartfelt memoir explores the lives of the early Russian Doukhobor women and men who worked and farmed in Canada, and saw their children forcibly removed and sent to residential schools in hopes of assimilating them. It also tells ...


  • Dancing with Rejection: A Beginner's Guide to Immortality

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    In 1979, at age 19, Michael Gaudet was diagnosed with end-stage renal failure. Thanks to a kidney transplant from his brother, Michael survived and later rose to prominence as a Canadian painter of monumental murals. Dancing With Rejection: A ...


  • Side Effects

    A Nurse's Journey Through Secondary Traumatic Stress by

    Side Effects is a memoir of a nurse’s journey through Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) toward a renewed sense of physical, mental and spiritual well being. It provides an insider perspective on how STS can accumulate over time affecting both ...


  • The Cancer Olympics

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    National Indie Excellence Award Finalist (2016) for Cancer. Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winner (2016) for Best Inspirational. Feathered Quill Book Awards Silver Medal for Best Inspirational (2016). International Book Award Finalist (2015) ...