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  • Squirrel At My Throat

    Living and Dying Unconventionally in a Conventional World by

    Tanja and Matt, two high school teachers, have full and wildly unconventional lives. They travel a lot with their two boys and, as the kids get older and take up heavy metal music, their house is rocking with crazy, wild bands almost all the time. ...


  • Emerging

    A Prairie Girl's Journey of Faith by

    Hailing from the Canadian prairies, Rita Springer has lived a remarkable life. Now thriving on Thetis Island, Rita and her dear friend, trudy chiswell, bare the truth of Rita’s inspiring journey with family and faith. Coming from a long line of ...


  • 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 ...


  • Hey Mum, It's Me

    A Story of Connection and the Lessons Learned by

    Death. It happens every day. It's not an unusual event. It takes place in other people's lives. Then one day it knocks on your door and your world is smashed into a thousand tiny pieces in an instant. - Has this happened to you? - Do you feel lost ...


  • If This House Could Talk....

    The story of a woman returning to her historic, empty house with very few possessions. by

    When a middle-aged, retired, trying-to-keep-it-together, ex-wife, widow, kinda-sorta grandma, and sometimes-achiever is thrown into a life of pandemic-mandated isolation, the best solution is to record the day-to-day antics. The biggest problem? ...


  • A Lucky Prairie Boy

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    Resilience. Persistence. Determination. Ingenuity. These are qualities farmers possess, and they were required to be a successful pioneer. They also happened to be some of the founding characteristics of the Brewster family. Douglas K. Brewster ...


  • I Forgot to Stay Sober

    How I Nearly Died Kicking My Addiction to Alcohol by

    After two decades of mental, emotional, and physical afflictions, J. T. Wahlberg had had enough, and he was all set to end his twenty-year addiction to alcohol. There was just one problem: he “forgot” to research the potential risks of detoxing on ...


  • In the Bowels of Bureaucracy

    Thirty Years in the Developing World's Bureaucratic Machinery by

    An outsider’s romp through our developing world – countries in transition from planned to market economies, failed states, post-conflict states and the bureaucrats caught in the middle of stagnation, rapid change and chaos. The book is a memoir of ...


  • 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 ...


  • My Name Is Dale

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    This semi-autobiographical memoir by Dale A recounts his forty-one year flying career, his descent into alcohol addiction and most importantly, his thirty-two years in recovery. It is directed primarily towards individuals recovering from ...