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  • Taking Chances

    On a New Life in Canada by

    In 1955, Otto Schmalz had been a single German immigrant in Canada for four years. It was time for him to go back to Europe and find a wife. In this, Schmalz’s fourth book of memoir, he takes us on an adventure that takes us from his return to ...


  • Spirited Oasis

    Tales from a Tanzanian Village by

    When two curious biologists seek a new home in a remote part of Tanzania called Mangola, they find adventures in abundance. They are greeted with dramatic scenery, red-dust whirlwinds, a lush oasis, bad roads, and a striking cast of colorful ...


  • Jambos With James

    A Mother’s View of Loss — Blessed to Broken to Blessed Memoirs of a Young Adult Son through the Eyes of His Mom by

    While on a weekend vacation to see their beloved LSU Tigers play, Jim and Mary T deBrueys get a call that would stop any parent’s heart. “We’re calling to let you know that a boat transporting your son, James, and others has gone missing.” From that ...


  • Tales from the Trail

    Adventure Stories by

    A collection of non-fiction short stories, Tales from the Trail details Dawson Smith’s many hunting expeditions with hunting partner Bill Cash and others. Filled with close calls and lots of luck, these stories are cast upon the wild backdrop of ...


  • A Firefighter's Story

    30 Years On The Front Lines by

    A Firefighter’s Story is a powerful memoir of a man’s thirty-year career in a couple of exceptional and selfless professions. Richard A. Ehrlich spent three decades as a professional Firefighter and paramedic with the Philadelphia Fire Department, ...


  • 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 ...


  • Suffering Up Manaslu

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    Above 8,000 metres in the death zone, life begins to die. Step by arduous step, mountaineer David B Bethell is determined to summit the Himalayan peak, Mt Manaslu, known as the Mountain of the Soul. He’s driven not only by his love of mountains, but ...


  • Who Goes Canoeing With Their Mother-in-Law?

    The Misguided Tales of an Avid Paddler by

    Swirling rapids and daring rescues. Forgotten maps and stolen canoes. Bigfoot encounters and yes, even canoeing with his mother-in-law. Gather round the campfire and let your imagination be captivated by these canoeing stories. Laugh at the things ...


  • Scatter my Ashes in the Fields Up Top

    Remembering Mabel Brewster, an amazing lady as wild and true as Canada’s North by

    Restless with wanderlust and anxious for adventure, a big-city Frankfurt woman’s life is forever changed when she encounters a completely different world—one of teeming nature, landscaped vistas, communion with animals, and the free human spirit—in ...


  • From Climbing Peaks to Saving Our Planet

    Outdoor Adventures that Shaped My Life by

    With a light, often humorous hand, Bill Dunmire traces his fascinating experiences during the outdoor adventures that shaped his life. He began as a serious climber of mountains throughout the world before spending twenty-seven years with the ...