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  • Unapologetic Truths

    The Realities of Postpartum We Don't Talk About by

    YOU CAN BE YOURSELF AGAIN. Part memoir and part survival guide, this warm, unapologetic and honest account of a mother’s battle and ultimate victory with postpartum mental illness breaks stigmas around motherhood, anxiety, depression, and psychosis ...


  • Wedding Wisdom

    A Practical Guide to Personalizing Your Wedding by

    From “Red Shag Carpet” to “Love During COVID-19", 26 surprising, tense, tear jerking or quirky anecdotes are found throughout this informative practical guide on personalizing, planning and performing weddings. Doreen Wuckert offers thorough step ...


  • Stories of My Mother and the General's Cookbook

    Stories from the life of former Louisiana Attorney General and Mrs. William J. Guste, Jr. and family, and "the General's" cookbook by

    While assisting in the care of an aging and yet very active parent, the author recounts many of the stories that were often told to her by her mother of some of the most memorable and vivid scenes in her long life of more than ninety years. As the ...


  • Digital Executor®

    Unraveling the New Path for Estate Planning by

    The world has gone digital and so have our clients’ estates. Digital assets may simply be electronic records, but they are the digital gateway to our lives. They are our memories, our money, and our records, making technology the new player at the ...


  • Unlimited Revisions

    Exposing the Glitch:  Confronting Female Complicity in Recovery from Toxic Relationships by

    By age fifty, Lorelie Friesen considered herself an educated woman who should have been living the good life. Instead, she found herself with a serious problem: how to justify staying in an abusive marriage. She realized it was time to look inward. ...


  • Our Babies are Crying for Justice

    by

    Our babies are crying for Justice is a heart-wrenching true story of one of the eight children, a ten year old little girl, who made her horrific disclosure of her father's sexual and physical abuse towards her. And the mother of the eight children ...


  • She Called Her Joy

    A sister lost and found by

    "Who are you?" The mystery relative couldn't tell her. She was adopted. Tami had just discovered that she was a DNA match to a complete stranger. They were related. But how? Tami's mother, the family historian, couldn't help, either. She had ...


  • Storm Orphan

    A Memoir by

    When Marsha Barrett is six years old, her mother dies of cancer. The youngest of three sisters in a Jewish family, she goes through a turbulent youth during the 1960s and 1970s, rebelling against her demanding and often absent father. Barrett ...


  • Always by My Side

    A family's journey with their beloved dog by

    Always by My Side is a feel-good story of a young couple, Lianne and Paul, and their journey through life with their dog, Paisley. After getting their puppy as a wedding gift to each other, they experience the challenges of following career ...


  • Lost - 7 hours to Live

    The Paul Kerr story and his 2nd chance at life. by

    It was a beautiful early summer day on the Kootaney's one to remember. I was home, My town that I knew well and the people knew me. Carbon Compound helmet on I headed out for a bike ride up Grey Creek Pass. On my return that afternoon something ...