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  • The Holy F*cks of Life

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    Life can change in an instant. While working as a model and actress in Vancouver, British Columbia, author Chantel Rose receives a desperate phone call that changes her life. In an instant, she is back in her hometown, forced into a world she tried ...


  • My Story

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    The Traumas I went through as a child meeting the love of my life, and losing him at no fault of mind. Who I have been and who I am now, the lessons life taught me and the path it has lead me on to be Who I am today. I believe that without these ...


  • The Evil Around Me

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    This is a story about a little girl that was abused mentally, verbally, physically and survived and wanted to share this story with anyone that was abused and mistreated in their lives. When you are abused by someone and you think there is no ...


  • Enough Pieces of Crazy to Go Around

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    Enough Pieces of Crazy to Go Around takes the reader on a journey through the life experiences of Melanie Mills as she struggles to identify and heal her trauma by navigating a system that dehumanizes and dismisses her at every turn. Unwinding the ...


  • Annie

    Where Did The Sunshine Go? by

    Addiction, abuse, and evenings spent working on the street characterize Annie’s Story: Where Did the Sunshine Go? Based on real-life events, this fictionalized account is told from the perspective of the author, who volunteers as a street outreach ...


  • Song Over Silence

    A Story About Finding My Voice While Healing Child Incest Abuse by

    In this gripping, unflinching, and ultimately hopeful memoir, author Jill Dyann Bittle shares her harrowing journey of recovery from incest abuse at the hands of her paternal grandfather. She brings light to a dark topic that is often shrouded in ...


  • 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

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    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 ...


  • Heal With Me & Our Journey Goes On

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    This is the third edition to the Heal With Me series. It started as Inspiration Needed…A Book of Poems in 1997; to Heal With Me, and Our Journey Goes On in 1999, and 2001. These books have been a source of inspiration in various schools, ...


  • No Such Thing as Justice

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    No Such Thing as Justice is an epistolary novel about a woman who is up against the system. Through a series of diary entries, we follow Betty Benson’s life story, one that includes her relationships, and all the trouble they deliver to her. In no ...