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  • Never at Ease

    Memoir of a Mountie by

    Follow the journey of a young woman as she fulfills her dream of becoming an RCMP officer and enters a world of excitement and honour serving the Canadian public. This is Paulette’s story of survival, loneliness, and the will to constantly push ...


  • Jaggy Nettles

    An Immigrant's Memoir by

    The Scots refer to thistles and other stinging plants as “jaggy nettles:” things we can’t help but step on or brush up against sometimes, even when we’re watching where we’re going. Fay (Hawson) Copland has had her fair share of stings over the ...


  • Dad, God, and Me

    Remembering a Mennonite Pastor and His Wayward Son by

    In a compelling, honest, and transparent account, Ralph Friesen tells the story of his father, Reverend Peter D. Friesen of Steinbach, Manitoba. He also tells his own story, of the search for his father and a crisis of faith. Growing up in a ...


  • Walking Through Madness

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    A mysterious, years-old skull fracture. Ever-changing stories and excuses. A volatile mother. At the age of 57, Emily Knew discovered she had broken bones but had no memory of how she got them. She’d always known she was different from others but ...


  • A Religious Journey

    The Sun of God by

    Have you ever thought about the meaning of life and the role of religion? Professor Worrell presents his agnostic journey as a cultural Christian to answer both aspects of this important question beginning with his early college days. This ...


  • Young Love

    An Adoptee's Memoir by

    Young Love: An Adoptee’s Memoir describes the author’s lifelong, innate curiosity about her adoption. She was born in Catherine Booth Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and relinquished into foster care by her birth mother at six weeks. Adopted ...


  • A Knapsack Full of Dreams

    Memoirs of a Street Nurse by

    "My nurse hands once did more useful things. They immunized the fat, healthy thighs of infants, they carefully measured cardiac drugs to administer to young heart patients, they bathed both the elderly lady after her surgery and the 24-year-old ...


  • Motocross Saved My Life

    From Its Darkness by

    In 2011, former Canadian national champion motocross racer Brent (Airmail) Worrall, who had recently returned to the sport after a lengthy absence due to struggles with alcohol, gambling, and depression, was again in a fight to save his own life. ...


  • Anchorless

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    IN 1985, A MAN BOARDED A BOAT with his wife and three youngest children. He was hoping to follow his six older children in escaping a Vietnam he no longer recognized. His six older children had already fled to freedom, and it was time to join them ...


  • 'Happy' Norman, Volume IV (1989-1998)

    Retail Treachery; U-Boats; Capers in Russia, China and the Caucasus; India Revisited; Two Beautiful Ladies; and Nyumbani by

    Volume IV of Keith Norman’s expansive and absorbing life story takes readers through the period 1989 –1998. Keith is already in his sixties, an age when most of us are thinking about slowing down, but Keith, if anything, is speeding up! This period ...