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  • Not a Fairy Tale

    A Story of Surviving the First Three Years of Being a Stepmom by

    The inspiring and hilarious story of Maddie Laberge’s journey from a carefree, childless life to becoming a stepmom of three. Nothing could have prepared Maddie for what was about to happen to her quiet, simple life once all three of her husband’s ...


  • Just a Wink

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    Samantha is coming up on middle age and has been married twice, but she has not given up on true love. She thinks she had seen and heard it all, no longer in the bars and clubs scene, but being a successful independent woman where would she find a ...


  • The All-for-Nothing Marriage

    Why your Marriage Will Kill You Before Death Do You Part by

    Rather than being a source of joy, your marriage can destroy your quality of life, causing silent frustration and catastrophic disappointment. But every couple is entitled to a meaningful marriage filled with passion, intimacy, and shared purpose. ...


  • 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. ...


  • All Up in My Kitchen

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    Cooking a healthy, non-time-consuming, delicious meal that pleases everyone is not as hard as it seems! Here’s a cookbook that offers practical, healthy, and impressive meal solutions to help you feed your family and friends. All Up in My Kitchen ...


  • Thank GOD He's Not a B.I.T.C.H.

    Finding Your Right Man by

    Her first self-published piece Thank God He is NOT a B.I.T.C.H. - Finding Your Right Man is a personal narrative that is a brashly entertaining and useful volume whose themes of personal empowerment, freedom from manipulation and respect are ...


  • In the Shade

    Friendship, Loss, and the Bruce Trail by

    An 885-kilometre trail, 53 hiking days over 4 years. Think mild, not wild. Reflections on the walking, the talking and, ultimately, the losing of friends. Pam and Marg stepped away from their "to do" lists and onto the Bruce Trail. Read their tips ...


  • The Abbotts

    A Devonshire Immigrant Family in Canada. by

    The Abbotts: a Devonshire immigrant family in Canada explores the history of a large middle class family who made the decision to emigrate from Devon, England to settle in south western Ontario in the 19th century. The choice to emigrate was not ...


  • Rebel Dad

    Triumphing Over Bureaucracy to Adopt Two Orphans Born Worlds Apart by

    As a child, David McKinstry always knew one thing: he wanted to be a father. However, as a single—and secretly gay—man, David's only option was to adopt. Lying about his sexuality on adoption applications, David was consistently met with a ...


  • What the Living Do

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    Until the age of twelve, Georgia Lee Kay-Stern believed she was Jewish — the story of her Cree birth family had been kept secret. Now she’s living on her own and attending first year university, and with her adoptive parents on sabbatical in Costa ...