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  • Escaping My Predator

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    Spousal abuse is all too common, and there are many—too many—families that are irreparably damaged. This book is a first-person account of what it takes to survive sexual assault, emotional abuse, and long-term harassment by an intimate partner. It ...


  • Suckerpunched

    A woman's experiences as a log scaler by

    A true account of a woman’s cherished career in forestry is graphically recalled from journals, photos and original artwork. The memoir is an account of her day-to-day log scaling duties. Her fundamental beliefs that companies would protect and ...


  • Mutti and Papa

    A Love Story by

    When Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in 1941, Stalin ordered the deportation of Russian citizens of German descent to Siberia. After his father and uncles were sent off to the Gulag, sixteen-year-old Johann Franz volunteered to join the ...


  • 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 ...


  • Rockin' On The Rideau

    Ottawa's Golden Age of Rock and Roll by

    The music world exploded into Technicolor on February 9, 1964, when the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and ignited the music phenomenon dubbed “The British Invasion”. In the weeks and months to come, hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Ottawa ...


  • Six Degrees of Freedom

    Opportunities met. Risks taken. Lessons learned. by

    Octogenarian aerospace engineer Peter Hughes identified 6 critical points in his life at which an important decision was required, and where the rest of his life could have been quite different, depending on that decision. In every case, he was ...


  • No Place to Pee

    An Alaskan Woman's Tenure on the Klondike and the Pipeline by

    No Place to Pee is an intimate collection from a woman who spent 5,000 hours in a male-dominated industry. Margaret H. Piggott, a retired physical therapist worked as a laborer in Alaska on the Klondike Highway and Alaskan Pipeline from 1975 to ...


  • Six Under After Five

    Growing Old is Mandatory; Growing Up is Optional by

    A humorous collection of short stories that will keep you turning the page Hop into the author’s DeLorean and travel back to a simpler and less complicated time. A time when the most advanced technology included vinyl records, transistor radios, ...


  • Life's Purpose

    Scaling the Ravine: Overcoming Cancer Divorce and Adversity by

    Told first in illustration then in real-life pictures, Life’s Purpose shares author Masood Osmani’s experiences struggling with cancer, divorce, a failing business, and deep depression. Doctors, priests, and psychologists don’t offer him any ...


  • Pandemic

    letters from a prairie minister by

    This book began as daily letters I wrote for my parishioners. Each day I focus on some small piece of scripture from the daily Revised Common Lectionary. I wanted to help people to see that scripture matters and it speaks to us in the 21st century. ...