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  • Lost Souls of Lakewood

    The History and Mystery of Blaylock Mansion by

    GHOSTS HAUNT LAKEWOOD LANDS AND BLAYLOCK’S MANSION. WHO ARE THEY? WHY ARE THEY THERE? Straight out of a fairy tale or thriller movie, Blaylock's Mansion leaps into stunning view as one traverses a gentle curve in the road. Surrounded by ...


  • Anna's Tree

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    It’s 1941, near the town of Southampton, Ontario, and five young sisters are reeling from an accident that killed their mother and severely injured their father. With help from their aunt, the sisters strive to keep the family farm operating as ...


  • A Place By The River

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    A Place by the River is a collection of historical fiction stories inspired by those who lived in and around the lost riverside villages of the St. Lawrence River before and after the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Development Project of the 1950s. ...


  • FanGong Seawall

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    THIS STORY RECEIVED YANGTZE RIVER NETWORK LITERATURE COMPETITION AWARD FOR 2020. Set 1,000 years ago (AD 1021-1026) during China’s Song Dynasty, it centres on the life and times of Fan Zhongyan, a real historical figure in ancient China. “Fan” is ...


  • The Secret of Bell Island

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    When Matt McCarty travels five thousand miles to Newfoundland, his only intention is to put the ghosts of his past to rest along with his estranged, recently deceased alcoholic father. Instead, he will be drawn into danger and the adventure of a ...


  • Love, Loss, and Honor

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    This is a tale of two women, separated by over four hundred years, whose lives are inexorably intertwined. Karen is a goal-driven pre-med student pursued by two men. Well-bred and wealthy, Martin aligns with her upward ambitions. Peter, her ...


  • Nine Lives of Kaz

    An extraordinary survival story of two Polish families’ deadly journey from Siberia to freedom, during World War II by

    An extraordinary survival story of two families’ journey to freedom during World War II. When you hear about how Stalin tormented hundreds of thousands of people and the devastating stories throughout his overwhelming existence, you wonder how any ...


  • Anything for Mirabelle

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    Lord Lionel Nickelson was a happy man. He was blessed with four beautiful sisters, his friends, and his betrothed, the woman he loved, the beautiful Mirabelle Andrews. But then, just when his dreams were about to come true, an unforgivable night ...


  • Through Woods on Water

    Étienne Brûlé in New France by

    “Through Woods on Water” is a novel, an historic fiction: the life of Étienne Brûlé “as it might have been.” Set in the first decades of the 17th century, it is a coming of age story, a clash of cultures, a saga of exploration and adventure that ...


  • The Summer of the Train

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    Welcome to Spring Cove, a picturesque village with New England charm, rambling farms, sheds, front porches, gardens, clothes lines, flocks of chickens, and party lines. This story transports the reader to the MacWilliams farm and allows the reader ...