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  • If I Could Live Again

    A heart wrenching, thought provoking novel that spans lifetimes by

    Sometimes dreams do come true—but not in the way we expect. Spanning three generations and nearly one hundred years, this is a heart-wrenching story about love, loss, family—both blood and the people you choose, spiritual connection, and a dream ...


  • The Summer of the Train

    by

    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 ...


  • With love, Emily

    Volume 1 by

    Sent to Saskatchewan, Canada by her over-bearing Mother-in-law, Emily and her new husband, Paul, find themselves in a hostile environment. Not only is the countryside vastly different from the soft rolling hills of middle England but the atmosphere ...


  • Hope is Triumphant

    A Collection of Short Stories by

    This book is a collection of fiction short stories about people and their lives. If you liked the stories of the first book, The Sun Will Rise Tomorrow, The second book Hope Is Triumphant will appeal to you. The prominent feature of both books is ...


  • The Beckoning Sky

    by

    llse is healing from a failed marriage as a result of her mother’s betrayal. Ziltan is the sole caregiver to his abusive father. When he dies a secret is revealed which shatters Ziltan’s entire world. Through these two very different lives coming ...


  • When Everything Falls Apart

    Book Three: The Beginning by

    After a year without power, Toronto has changed. Brian, Karen, Robin and Grace make the return journey from their house in the country to see what's left of their former home. They find a devastated city struggling to get back on its feet. When ...


  • Turnaround Destinies 1933-34

    by

    The Great Depression is at its height and people must face a massively challenging environment. From the rich, middle class, to the poor, can the devastation of 1933 turn around? The Held family of Scott City, Indiana must adjust to the near ...


  • Lis

    by

    Who would buy a seven acre peach farm in Niagara at the age of sixty-two? To the surprise of his friends, in 1958 Richard Lis did just that, and then spent the next seventeen years of his life farming and living alone in a drafty shack by the lake. ...


  • Geordie MacMurdoBides His Time

    by

    Geordie MacMurdo is a widowed lawyer living and practising in Isla, a Scottish-Canadian town located just north of Winnipeg. One of his clients, a Ukrainian rancher, apparently commits suicide, but Geordie suspects another cause, perhaps murder. The ...


  • The Last Best West

    Never Look Back by

    It was the 1880's, a time of great excitement in the world: Canada had opened the west. The Last Best West transports us to the private world of the aristocrat Lady Adela Cochrane, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Stradbroke and her husband, Thomas ...