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  • Scar Tissue

    My Fight to Survive Multiple Intense Compound Traumas by

    A true story detailing a lifetime of toxic relationships and shocking abuses of every sort, which started in early childhood, Scar Tissue illustrates exactly how damaging unchecked anger, untreated mental illness, and familial disfunction can be to ...


  • Keep Your Chin Up

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    The year is 2020—the onset of a global pandemic. As officials around the world begin imposing lockdown protocols, billions of people are finding themselves locked in their homes, isolated from their communities and the connections that sustain their ...


  • Circling the Edge

    Listening to the Whispers of the Wild Soul by

    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 ...


  • What Scissors Taught Me

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    Hairstylists make cutting hair look easy. So easy that many of us have tried to do it—on ourselves or someone else—and failed miserably. Forget about bangs, how do they create layers, the right shade of lilac, or balayage? What even is balayage? ...


  • The Beatles, Babies and Broken Bodies

    My Memoir Navigating Canada's Healthcare System by

    What does it take to be a frontline healthcare worker? Dedication, perseverance, strength, passion: the standard superlatives of a hero. Add being a nurse in Canada’s northern region and practising medicine as a woman, and the backstory gets more ...


  • Joanie

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    In 1942, a bewildered six-year-old Joan Crabb and her siblings find themselves wards of the Loyal True Blue and Orange Orphanage in Richmond Hill, Ontario. For seven challenging years, they support one another through the strong bonds of familial ...


  • Ein geöfftnetes Tor

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    Hoffnung. Vertrauen. Ausdauer. Ein geöffnetes Tor lädt die Leser ein, Gott zu vertrauen, niemals aufzugeben und nach dem zu greifen, was jenseits liegt, aber noch nicht gesehen werden kann. Elizabeth Janzen schreibt über das Leben in der Nähe der ...


  • From Coal Oil Lanterns to FaceTime

    A Memoir by

    From Coal Oil Lanterns to FaceTime spans over 95 years of family life in rural northern New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Montreal, Ottawa, and Halifax. In this thought-provoking, emotional and compelling story, the author details her mother’s ...


  • Insatiable Annie

    Reckless and Loose on the Streets of Toronto by

    Do you remember a time before computers? AIDS? smartphones? social media? Can you recall when disco reigned supreme? smoking was common? young women hung out in hip-hugger, bell-bottom bluejeans and halter tops? you made calls on a payphone? Can ...


  • Mommy's Little Monster

    My Journey with the Narcissist by

    When 14-year-old Anne meets Brian, 19, she’s captivated by his good looks, guitar-playing skills, and bad-boy persona. Despite their age gap, what starts as a slow-burn friendship ignites into a sexual relationship and then marriage—all overshadowed ...