Family & Relationships
A Separate Branch
An Untold True Story of the Writer's Life by Lillian Driessens-Fleming
What people say about you is a reflection on them and not on you. Sometimes broken roads lead to the best destinations. Having no verbal support from the family I was born into left me alone and lost for many years. There may be many obstacles, ...
For the Love of a Mother, Grandmother, Friend
by Venrah Ali
After retiring, two months into the first COVID-19 lockdown, Venrah Ali saw how our world was immersed in negativity. Doomscrolling, isolation, and increased mental stress had become parts of everyday living. With these ongoing daily adversities, it ...
The Greatest Trick
by Madeline Speer
The Greatest Trick by Madeline Speer is a hauntingly beautiful collection of poetry and prose revealing episodes of pain, endurance, and survival in the aftermath of abuse and divorce. In this deeply raw and painful collection, Speer’s genuine ...
by Lafleur Barker
What do you do when your world is a living hell? Do you accept the hand you’ve been dealt, or do you fight for a better life? At every turn, Lafleur Barker chose the latter option. This is her story. Lafleur was born in Saint Vincent in the ...
Re-Designing Your Life
A Practical Spirituality for the Second Half of Life by Sheila Macdonald Macgregor
Re-Designing Your Life: A Practical Spirituality for the Second Half of Life is a timely and engaging book for living out the second half of your life with spiritual integrity. In this study you are invited to think about your life as a house ...
Not a Fairy Tale
by Jacalyn Lewicki
For millennia, selected juvenile dragons from the Seven Kingdoms of Saridon have been commissioned to cross the dimensional boundaries to Earth on missions to accompany gifted or unique humans through their lives to their destinies. Over the years, ...
The Things I've Left Unsaid
by Puneet Rangi
Here’s the diary of a soul who finally found courage to express the truths that must be told. Conveying the ways in which filth trickled by and eroded every piece of humanity left inside. Here’s a challenge to the world in all the atrocities it must ...
Coming Through the Darkness
A True Murder in Durham Region by Darlene Celia Graham
Darlene Celia Graham hasn’t had the easiest life. In her autobiography, My Coming through the Darkness, she breaks down the most eventful and traumatic moments of the past 67 years – from growing pains and marital problems to coping with loss and a ...
A Good Man
A Prisoner of War's True Account of Betrayal and Survival During the Second World War by Jeanie Quirt Brown
This is the story of Lorne Shetler, a distinguished Second World War veteran and former prisoner of war. Driven by a desire to preserve her father's remarkable story for generations to follow, his daughter Jeanie immersed herself in his journals, ...
Unlocking the Blue Door
Opening Up to Grief by Margaret Schweitzer
Grief is the best known conversation killer in polite society. The subject of death, whenever it arises, is either joked about or quickly discontinued in embarrassed silence. As we so often hear (and say), life is for the living. But what do you do ...