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  • Scatter my Ashes in the Fields Up Top

    Remembering Mabel Brewster, an amazing lady as wild and true as Canada’s North by

    Restless with wanderlust and anxious for adventure, a big-city Frankfurt woman’s life is forever changed when she encounters a completely different world—one of teeming nature, landscaped vistas, communion with animals, and the free human spirit—in ...


  • Not My Own

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    “Other people’s actions can leave you picking up the pieces, years after they occur.” In Not My Own, Gail Steeves shares a raw perspective of what it’s like to become one of the “other people.” You know, those good people that bad things happen to. ...


  • When Life Starts in the Middle

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    A motivational memoir of God’s redemptive work in one woman’s life, When Life Starts in the Middle will inspire and energize readers who feel stuck, discouraged, or purposeless. Trudy Chiswell shares her journey from struggling with a poor ...


  • African Journey

    A Voyage on the Sea of Humanity by

    Fresh out of university in 1968, Tony Gaston set out to explore for birds in the Ahaggar Mountains of the central Sahara. Without a map or compass, he continued south to Niger and westwards to Liberia and Sierra Leone, traveling on trucks and buses ...


  • Evolution of an Educator

    From Nigerian Student to American College Administrator by

    How does education shape a person’s worldview and ultimate success? How does the traditional British education system that was imposed on many African territories compare to the education system in the United States? What role did Historically Black ...


  • Recovering From Sexual Abuse

    How I Survived Deep Suicidal Thoughts And Found A Connection To PTSD by

    This is a true story about the physiological hurdles that followed me through my journey in life and how the abuse from an Uncle that took advantage of the family inner circle changed my life. How I met the challenges I encountered after the abuse ...


  • From Climbing Peaks to Saving Our Planet

    Outdoor Adventures that Shaped My Life by

    With a light, often humorous hand, Bill Dunmire traces his fascinating experiences during the outdoor adventures that shaped his life. He began as a serious climber of mountains throughout the world before spending twenty-seven years with the ...


  • I, Atsu

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    I was born in 1931 with cerebral palsy. At that time people with my condition did not live for long, or were institutionalized. Thanks to the loving kindness of my parents and family I have lived a long time. This book is a tribute to all parents ...


  • Murmurings

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    Living was not lost on us for the island’s millennia spoke, its nooks and crags murmuring… There are stories being whispered around us, if we but listen. Murmurings is a collection of poetry that draws upon the experiences of a lifetime spent ...


  • Arcade of Memory

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    “The passing of years seems a ruse of the gods, for only yesterday I was playing in the sand.” Memory is a strange thing. A fragile patchwork of recollection. A dream that fades after waking. Arcade of Memory is a beautiful collection of essays, ...