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  • Cape Bretoner at Large

    From New Waterford to Tokyo and Beyond by

    Although this book, written for his grandchildren, is one man's chronicle of his life and his 38 year career in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Cold War, it is also a compelling story about pride in one's cultural roots, the pursuit of adventure, ...


  • Unauthorized Acts

    Risky Tales from a Vietnam Medic by

    Medic Criss Hinson had been in Vietnam for only four days when unauthorized, he joined a flight in need of a medic to help transport wounded back to Da Nang. The plane was hit by machine gun rounds and forced to land in nearby rice paddies. Its ...


  • Life of a Hand

    by

    It’s not an easy life, being on the road, traveling from east coast to west coast, chasing jobs and the all-mighty dollar—but it’s a compelling one. There’s satisfaction in creating something of beauty, precision, and craftsmanship—things built with ...


  • Bi

    A Bisexual Man's Transformational Journey by

    On the outside he seemed to have it all: a happy marriage and family life, a successful career as an educational school psychologist, respect in his community, but on the inside he was slowly falling apart: he was gay. After 25 years of living a ...


  • Mastership

    The Journey From Bankruptcy to a New Life by

    In 1996 at the age of 48, Lorne Davidson declared bankruptcy and was forced to take a hard look at his life as a touring musician. With debts racking up and no answers in sight, he felt he had hit rock bottom. After a suggestion from his wife to try ...


  • Defining Pearl

    ...a precious difference by

    Written with uncommon candor ‘Defining Pearl’ ignites emotions making this a compelling, deeply moving memoir. More than a decade in the making this powerful publication presents how since childhood Pearl Matibe lived a prosperous lifestyle. Her ...


  • Unchagah

    Life by the Upper Peace River before the Dams, 1928 – 1932” by

    In 1928 Henry Stott, accompanied by his younger brother Tom, set sail from England to Canada. He left behind a comfortable life in England and an education in classics to spend five years living in the remote Upper Peace River country of British ...


  • Mohamed's Mission

    An Oromo boy, dedicating his life to the struggle for a free Oromiyaa, becomes a warrior for peace and justice in the Ethio-Somali War. by

    Mohamed’s Mission spans the fall of Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, the rise of Mengistu Haile Mariam and the Soviet Derg, and the attempt by the Somalian dictatorial president, Ziad Barre, to reconquer Ethiopian territory that was once considered ...


  • Dad's Best Memories and Recollections

    by

    DAD’S BEST MEMORIES AND RECOLLECTIONS is Chazzz Humber’s epithaph casting a very long and sentimental shadow across North America and beyond. This 230-page volume is his granite monument, well-polished! It lavishly records 125 of his best memories ...


  • Hot Tub Spaceship

    Irradiated Thoughts on God, Life, and $#*! like that by

    This is the story of a guy trying to find his way through some tough years, one page at a time. These are the irradiated thoughts of a doubter trying to find some humour and meaning in the midst of a health crisis, a spiritual crisis, and an ...