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  • Queen Of the Cinder Track

    The Life and Times of Rosa Margueretta Grosse by

    When Rosa Grosse first ran at the Canadian National Exhibition's Athletic Day in 1923 she never imagined the heights she would reach in the sport of sprinting. Already known as a fine basketball player, she became a world record holder and arguably ...


  • Suitcases, Schools, and Survival

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    Join the impulsive and adventurous Stacy once again in this sequel to The Girl with Nine Lives. Stephanie Kauffman’s second book, Suitcases, Schools, and Survival shows Stacy as an eighteen-year-old heading off to teach in small, private Christian ...


  • Coming to Terms

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    Addiction is a beast that weaves through generations, wounding innocent children despite their parents’ love. Victoria’s parents’ alcoholism affected her throughout her childhood, and she perpetuated many of the same experiences and patterns in her ...


  • Cow, Sow, and Sheila

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    Sheila Harris and I have been friends for a long time. And the most amazing thing she ever did was marry a farmer. No one was more unsuited for farm life than this girl. And in the dead of night she would think. "What have I got myself into?" You ...


  • Ice Cream

    A SURVIVOR Memoir by

    “I am not a movie star or a professional singer or a dancer, nor am l an intellect. I am a SURIVOR.” At the age of four years old, author Mary Therese Rhodes was told she would be going for ice cream, but little did she know, she would not be ...


  • Heavenly Seas

    A Memoir by

    One in four. These are the odds for pregnancy and infant loss. In the weeks and months following her daughter Kailani’s death, LaCara Biddles encountered multiple layers of grief that had to be navigated to facilitate her healing. Many of these ...


  • Faith, Romance, and Creations Through Psychosis

    God-Given Gifts to a Tortured Soul! Book 2 by

    Megan Jackson Hall has struggled with her mental health for decades. Faith, Romance, and Creations through Psychosis is her powerful memoir that delves into a range of personal topics, including the author's continued distrust of her ex-husband and ...


  • War Tourist

    Memoirs of a Foreign Correspondent by

    Hilary Brown has filed television reports from every continent except Antarctica. She was once profiled on TVO’s ‘The Agenda’ as ‘Canada’s best-ever female foreign correspondent.’ This embarrasses her. She was one of the last journalists to be ...


  • One Summer at the Cabin

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    What do you do when you are "a little tattered, a little worn around the edges?" Forty years of marriage, caregiver for the last few–dementia is a cruel disease– and when your husband dies and there is big hole in your life what do you do? You pack ...


  • Women Unsilenced

    Our Refusal to Let Torturer-Traffickers Win by

    Women Unsilenced explores the impact of unthinkable violence committed against women and girls through multiple perspectives—women’s recall of life-threatening ordeals of torture, human trafficking, and organized crime, society’s failure to ...