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  • Happily Ever After

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    Become the best version of YOU that you can be. Rain had a lot of boyfriends. None of them felt like The One. That is, until she met MJ. He was everything she thought she desired—finally, someone who really saw her, who doted on her, who was in her ...


  • Abnormal

    Be Kind. Dont Judge. Everyone has a Story. by

    “For years I would hide and cover up the truth of what I was, this would cause the loss of friends, and test my relationships with my family. Questioning my values, since the only thing that was on my mind was getting high. It was the only thing ...


  • Michael

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    “MOM…Come down here…FAST!” With those five words, everything in Nelly Branson’s life changed. Not only did they mark the beginning of her 57-year-old husband’s health crisis with brain cancer, they began her journey as his caregiver. With brutal ...


  • From A Question 2 An Answer

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    This book will be an interest to anyone who experienced the loss of a parent at a young age and who went out on their own. It will also be an interest to anyone who has served or worked in the armed forces, the electrical power industry, training ...


  • Fly Home, Little Bird

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    Fly Home, Little Bird is Beverly's memoir, which focuses on the unexpected consequences of her parents becoming evangelical missionaries. The story arc includes living in a residential school spanning ten years where she was abused by the school ...


  • All Eyes On Me

    A True Story of Addiction, Recovery, and Hope by

    Drugs, gangs, crime, doing time. Vincent Lillie desperately wanted to escape the cycle that was slowly killing him, and the first step was leaving the very gang he had depended on for love and acceptance. The price for escape? A beating so brutal, ...


  • No Doctor! You're Wrong.

    I Don't Have... How My Husband Saved My Life When I Was Misdiagnosed Over and Over and Over..... by

    We have been brought up to believe that, when we become sick, we can trust our medical system and (more specifically) our doctors to fix us. It’s their calling and their duty. We hope that when they don’t know or understand what is wrong, they will ...


  • I Never Got To Ride A Horse

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    Ron Allen spent thirty-five years with the RCMP, during which he progressed through the ranks from rookie drug enforcement investigator to commander of the largest drug enforcement team in Canada. His career took him from the streets of Toronto to ...


  • Memories of A Country Boy

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    You are the creator of your destiny. With these words, Victor Allman sums up his life story. This book tells of the many challenges he encountered and how he dealt with them. Allman proceeds from the view that all challenges are surmountable if ...


  • The Black Suitcase

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    Growing up poor in mid-century Limerick is a nightmare of eviction, food deprivation, flea-bites, and never enough heat. An orange at Christmas is a massive treat. And yet Seanie Morrisey, despite having to beg, scavenge, and steal to help his ...