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  • One Step at a Time

    Reflections on a Battle with Leukemia by

    One Step At A Time is a firsthand account of a young man’s battle with leukemia. In the first half of the book, Brian Fraser describes, with the utmost honesty, what it is like to fight a relentless, punishing disease. He reflects on the horror of ...


  • A Bar on Adly Street

    An Egyptian Memoir by

    It's 1971. Egypt is still reeling from the sudden death of its “benevolent” tyrant Nasser and teeters on the precipice of Sadat’s era of unrelenting Islamization. Ghabrial is an engineering graduate student and a TA, moonlighting in an office that ...


  • Surviving the System

    Nine Siblings tell their Stories in Foster Care by

    Surviving the System: Nine Siblings Tell Their Foster Care Stories is an important and necessary memoir that leads the reader through the harrowing—and often horrific—experiences of these siblings who were removed from their home in northern New ...


  • The Pack

    Perils and Peace of Nature - Lake of the Woods by

    The Pack tells the true story of Connie Larson, who, along with her partner Jim and their Alaskan malamute Sekima, leave behind an unfulfilling urban life and painful past to pioneer a remote island in the beautiful, harsh climate of the Canadian ...


  • Two Minutes for Talking to Myself

    by

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like behind the scenes of the NHL? Are you an avid hockey fan looking for untold stories? 2 Minutes for Talking to Myself shares 200 anecdotes spanning the twenty-seven years NHL broadcaster Curt Keilback traveled ...


  • Music Saved My Life

    How I Survived My Parents, A Difficult Marriage, Crazy Religion, and Being Gay by

    Coming from a painful childhood steeped in the teachings of Christian Science, Grant Reynolds struggled throughout his life with anxiety and self-esteem issues. In his memoir, Music Saved My Life, he recounts how his music helped him overcome his ...


  • You Don't Fall Out of the Universe

    Surviving the Loss of our Son by

    A hybrid of memoir and poetry, You Don’t Fall Out of the Universe navigates what one family endures before and after the unimaginable loss of a son. With quiet moments of heartache and resilience, Jewett shows the strength in being vulnerable. If ...


  • The Beatles, Babies and Broken Bodies

    My Memoir Navigating Canada's Healthcare System by

    What does it take to be a frontline healthcare worker? Dedication, perseverance, strength, passion: the standard superlatives of a hero. Add being a nurse in Canada’s northern region and practising medicine as a woman, and the backstory gets more ...


  • All In With Love

    my journey to the hero within by

    Imagine stepping into the spotlight of New York and Hollywood, a lifestyle where stardom, celebrity life, and a Chippendale bow tie were the everyday norm? Fame was the dream of an innocent young boy that played out in the heart of a man who in turn ...


  • Fresh Voices from the Periphery

    Youthful Perspectives of Minorities 100 Years After Trianon by

    Fresh Voices from the Periphery is evidence that history matters — not only the study of the past — but also by shedding light on how events of the past have impacted lives in the present. You are holding in your hands a collection of ...