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  • We Do Recover

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    This book is for anyone who is impacted by addiction trauma or abuse that is ready to learn about healing and recovery * Therapists, Universities, Treatment centers, people who are new or seasoned in recovery. The purpose is to help people seek ...


  • 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 ...


  • Abnormal

    Be Kind. Dont Judge. Everyone has a Story. by

    “For years I would hide and cover up the truth of what I was, this would cause the loss of friends, and test my relationships with my family. Questioning my values, since the only thing that was on my mind was getting high. It was the only thing ...


  • The Reluctant Author

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    As a teen growing up in an impoverished dysfunctional home environment, Laurine Schaffer realizes that she must be pragmatic and pursue a sustainable professional career path. At seventeen, she enrols in a traditional three-year Registered Nurse ...


  • The Self-Searcher

    A Storybook for the Wounded Child in Each of Us by

    Healing from our wounds doesn’t mean that we were never wounded but that the wounds no longer confine or define us. The Self-Searcher: A Storybook for the Wounded Child in Each of Us is an illustrated storybook for adults about bringing the wounded ...


  • Jackson

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    Jackson’s battle to take control over his own mind and life portrays what millions of people are fighting with around the world – mental illness. His mother, desperate to free him from his demons and desperation, faces her own turmoil and anguish, ...


  • Let's Destroy Alberta's Families

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    The true story of two grandparents fighting for the return of their illegally apprehended grandson by Child and Family Services Alberta (CFSA). The story starts when the grandson was apprehended at the age of three under the pretense that the drug ...


  • Uncle Funky's a Drunk, Skunk

    A Conversation-starter for Kids about Alcohol by

    Little Skunky loves his Uncle Funky, but it unsettles him when his uncle drinks. One day, after Uncle Funky trips over Little Skunky and yells at him, Mommy Skunky holds Little Skunky on her lap and explains his uncle’s strange and unpredictable ...


  • And They Thought I Had It All

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    From her idyllic childhood and loving family to her storybook wedding. It appears that Sara Gordon has the perfect life. But as she gradually comes to grips with her husband’s deceitful ways, she must make the decision she has put off for a very ...


  • One Way Ticket

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    Headed for Germany from Denmark, nineteen-year-old Birgit had her whole life ahead of her. Independent and free, she was pursuing her dream to learn commercial fashion art, planning to work abroad before returning to Sweden to settle. Birgit met ...