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  • The Principal Chronicles

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    The Principal Chronicles is a collection of funny and poignant short stories that follow the arc of one man’s life and career in education. These works of creative non-fiction—or, to be precise, of semi-autobiographical, pseudo-non-fictional ...


  • Judique On The Job

    The Long Road to My Career by

    Judique on the Job: The Long Road to My Career is a lighthearted memoir detailing the author’s experiences growing up on Cape Breton Island, travelling, partying, and his never-ending trials and tribulations trying to find a career that would be ...


  • Tales, Topics, Trivia and Travel

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    Part fiction, part memoir, this comprehensive collection of short works showcases decades of writing by Lynn Gold. Comprising over two hundred individual pieces, Tales, Topics, Trivia, and Travel is wide-ranging, touching on topics such as marriage, ...


  • Cow, Sow, and Sheila

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    Sheila Harris and I have been friends for a long time. And the most amazing thing she ever did was marry a farmer. No one was more unsuited for farm life than this girl. And in the dead of night she would think. "What have I got myself into?" You ...


  • That Dog Don't Hunt

    Tales from The Hunt Camp Porch by

    Jim Newman, a natural born story-teller, takes the reader through joyful and humorous stories about life at the hunt camp, hunting culture, and the joys of nature and wildlife. The stories are a mix of childhood memories, folklore, facts, fiction, ...


  • You and Me

    Travel, Misadventures, and Love Around the World by

    You and Me is a laugh-out-loud compilation of travel stories by husband and wife creatives, Michael S. Ryan and Kristen Herrington. From the textured rainforest of Costa Rica to the streets of Bangkok, this book is about the journey of falling in ...


  • Before I Knew

    A Village Boyhood on Vancouver Island by

    Stuey Moore is in trouble—again. When he’s not carving his initials on the family piano or stealing his mother’s prized curling gloves for dubious winter “sports,” the somewhat impulsive youngster is likely buying candy at Mr. Beck’s store, or ...


  • What a Coincidence!

    It's The Stories We Tell That Define Us by

    “What a Coincidence!” is a collection of life stories, some of which are the author’s own and others that were shared with him. Some are coincidences. Others are simple experiences that shaped those who lived them. Some come in the form of letters ...


  • Don’t Park on the Poodle

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    Women truck drivers have been hitting the highway for decades, but few embark on a professional driving career at the ripe age of 50, like Pat Minnick. Her memoir, Don’t Park on the Poodle, is fully loaded full with humorous and poignant snapshots ...


  • Rhymes for a Reason

    The Power of People, Positivity, and Playfulness by

    No matter our age, the world changes and challenges us every day. Life is a voyage of discovery; we learn as we go. As love grows in our hearts, we see the ironies and the coincidences, the struggles and the pitfalls, and we also see the silver ...