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  • I Should Have Written A Book

    A Sailor’s Journey from Omaha Beach to Japan during World War II by

    William Grannetino served in the US navy during World War II. From the day he landed on Omaha Beach to the morning he sailed out of the Pacific theatre for the last time, he was surrounded by violence, trauma, death, and a comradery unparalleled in ...


  • Under the Old Sycamore Tree

    The Story of a Slave in Ancient Egypt by

    Around 33 centuries, in Ancient Egypt, an Israeli village called Goshen was enslaved by the Egyptians for many centuries. The people of Goshen suffered greatly under the tyranny of their Egyptian masters and had given up hope trying to be rid of ...


  • A Quest of the Heart

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    “IF YOU COULD HAVE THE ANSWER, THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH TO ANY QUESTION … WHAT WOULD YOU ASK?” The answers Olivia receives reveal that an 19th century crime still echoes into her life. Yet, how to make sense of the nonsense? Masks will have to be lifted ...


  • The History Teacher: Adventure in Estonia

    Unearthing Divine Love by

    In this third instalment of The History Teacher trilogy, John Stevens, the history teacher, takes a trip to Estonia where he is drawn into an extraordinary adventure of hope and intrigue! Intent on changing the course of human history, an ...


  • Golden Ribbons

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    In the late 1800s of Scotland, a deadly coal mine explosion leaves seven children orphaned. Adolescents, Rachael and Todd, set out to find their individual paths in middle and upper class environments. Along the way they are met with jealousy, ...


  • Shtetl on the Grand

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    These stories describe aspects of Jewish life in Brantford from the 1940's; they are centred on fictional characters and events. Although 'small town', or shtetl communities like Brantford have faded away, the memory of them continues to fascinate ...


  • Under A September Moon

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    Ominous news from a phone call unites Bobby, Randy, Gerry and Art who are now in their early thirties. At this time of life family and careers are their main responsibilities, although Randy is still single, however he is in a relationship. They ...


  • Eat Honey, My Son

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    Imagine that you’re Nancy Holdeman, and the year is 1829. You’re traveling by wagon train from Pennsylvania to join a small Mennonite farm settlement in Ohio with your husband, Amos, and Liza, the first of your nine babies. Still nursing, you’re ...


  • Prinz David's Castle

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    Germany, 1939. While Europe braces for the inevitable advancement of the Nazi war machine, Hitler turns his hate-filled agenda on his own people, specifically the portion of the German population least able to defend itself—the mentally and ...


  • Spies, Espionage & Explosions

    A Tale of the North American German Invasion by

    The largest human-made explosion in history happened on December 6, 1917, levelling the cities of Halifax and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. But was it truly an accident? Spies, Espionage, and Explosions follow the scheming plans of Germany’s war-time ...