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  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • Madge Watt and the Power of Women Working Together

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    Married at 25, widowed at 45, head of an international organization at 65! Madge Watt led an eventful life and a successful career working with women. She had the skills and attitude that would have made her a success anywhere but she chose to ...


  • Don’t Park on the Poodle

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    Women truck drivers have been hitting the highway for decades, but few embark on a professional driving career at the ripe age of 50, like Pat Minnick. Her memoir, Don’t Park on the Poodle, is fully loaded full with humorous and poignant snapshots ...


  • Resilience

    The Journey of Self-Discovery by

    In 1992, two hours after she gave birth to her first daughter in Juba, Sudan, bombs began falling on the city. Like thousands of her fellow citizens, author Kiden Jonathan was forced to flee. Kiden, her husband, and their growing family spent the ...


  • Anna

    A Grace Filled Life by

    Anna: A Grace Filled Life portrays a moving tribute to Anna Giesbrecht—daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, friend and widow—roles which barely skim the surface of what her life has really meant. Following Anna’s life from ...


  • Annie

    Where Did The Sunshine Go? by

    Addiction, abuse, and evenings spent working on the street characterize Annie’s Story: Where Did the Sunshine Go? Based on real-life events, this fictionalized account is told from the perspective of the author, who volunteers as a street outreach ...


  • Our Family Had Big Dreams

    From English Schoolgirl to Canadian Scientist, and Expanding Horizons in Retirement by

    Our Family Had Big Dreams is a multi-generational story about working towards goals while living and learning along the way. Written with honesty, humility, and humour, author Jennifer Murphy’s memoir starts with the story of her parents in England ...