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  • Trapped in a Painting

    Listen to the Universe, She has All the Answers by

    I always knew I was magnificent and that there was something more for me!” With that conviction pounding in her heart, Emily P. Zalott puts pen to paper and chronicles her journey, hoping to encourage women everywhere to trust their intuition, ...


  • Kismet

    And the Universe Unfolds as it Should by

    Edith, the only child of a Dutch military man and his young, German-born wife, is born in the Dutch colony of Indonesia. A happy childhood gets interrupted by WWII, during which her parents are captured and interned in separate camps. Little Edie is ...


  • It's Odd, The Things One Remembers

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    'It's Odd, The Thing's One Remembers' traces the life of Nina Ann Bentley (later Nina Ann Smith) from an idyllic childhood in 1920s England, through her service in the Royal Air Force during World War II, and on into the far more challenging decades ...


  • Somebody Shot Your Boat

    Memories of eleven years living with and working for First Nations and Metis people by

    Somebody Shot Your Boat is a rare first-hand account of living and working in Indigenous Canadian communities as part of a minority Caucasian population. Doreen Guilloux, and her husband, Jim, first began their journey with First Nations and Metis ...


  • Escaping Iraq

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    “Escaping Iraq” is a true story exactly as Evelyn Shizodin Lewis lived it. As an Assyrian girl born in Iraq her story will keep readers gripped in her story of living through three wars, all under Ṣaddām Hussein’s rein. Her story takes the reader ...


  • Jottings By Jane

    A Collection of Wisdom, Musings and Poems by

    What is the best advice your mother ever gave you? What snippets of wisdom and insight has she shared with you and the other people in her life? Wouldn’t it be a shame if those were lost or forgotten? Jottings by Jane is one woman’s endeavor to ...


  • My Colour-Coded Life

    Living with Schizoaffective Disorder by

    My Colour-Coded Life is an autobiography of one brave woman’s life weighed down with mental illness. Using a pseudonym and changed names for legal reasons, the author shares her fascinating experiences. The story begins with her distrust of her ...


  • Finding "Me"

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    WE ARE EACH PRESENTED WITH OPPORTUNITIES IN LIFE, how we respond to them can make a world of difference in both our material circumstances and our overall well-being. Finding “Me” proves just that. This autobiography traces the life of Inocencia ...


  • The Things I've Left Unsaid

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    Here’s the diary of a soul who finally found courage to express the truths that must be told. Conveying the ways in which filth trickled by and eroded every piece of humanity left inside. Here’s a challenge to the world in all the atrocities it must ...


  • What Made My Family Ill?

    And Healing Through Self Love by

    With searing simplicity, What Made My Family Ill? explores what mental health professionals are increasingly coming to describe as Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD). As the youngest in a farming family of ten children, Sarah ...