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  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • Six Under After Five

    Growing Old is Mandatory; Growing Up is Optional by

    A humorous collection of short stories that will keep you turning the page Hop into the author’s DeLorean and travel back to a simpler and less complicated time. A time when the most advanced technology included vinyl records, transistor radios, ...


  • Pun And Grimeish Mint

    The Lowest Form of Humor in the Highest Number of Words by

    "Pun And Grimeish Mint" is a humour book, filled with a number of long-form puns (5-6 sentences each, very roughly), playing off of pop-culture references, common idioms, and the like.. As far as a target audience, given that it is a pun book it is ...


  • Not Suitable for Government Work

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    Reluctantly she went armed only with Snake Oil, Magic Employment Fairy Dust, Flim Flam and Razzle Dazzle... We proudly present, Not Suitable for Government Work. As Told to Murgatroyd. The true Memoirs of a Superhero, dressed in her secret ...


  • I Have Nothing to Say, but I’m Going to Say It Anyway

    Thoughts, Questions, Nonsense by

    Thought provoking, lyrical, and humorous, these pages are filled with insights that range from the deep to the nonsensical and are designed to start conversations that may cause you to reach beyond the actual written words. With reflective drawings ...


  • A Play on Words

    The First 100 by

    A Play on Words is a lively, knee-slapping romp through the inherent vagaries of the English language. Readers can let the book drop open at any page and find an invitation to appreciate the absurdities with which real life is packed and to enjoy a ...


  • I'm Just Sayin'

    A Book of Sayings You May Have Heard or Even Thought by

    Children and adults will enjoy reading, relaxing, and even having a thought-provoking experience. If they are facing challenges in life this book may help to inspire them to overcome those challenges to accomplish goals they never thought ...