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  • Buharism

    Nigeria's Death Knell by

    This book poses the question: When does a President lose the moral authority to lead? • Is it when he steals an election and usurps the presidential mandate the people had given his primary challenger? • Is it when he orchestrates ...


  • Garnish

    My Hometown, My Story by

    I was born in Garnish where I received my early education. I went on to study Naval Architecture at the Marine Institute in St. John’s, which led to a forty year career as a designer at Marystown Shipyard in Marystown, NL; but my life was about much ...


  • Spirited Oasis

    Tales from a Tanzanian Village by

    When two curious biologists seek a new home in a remote part of Tanzania called Mangola, they find adventures in abundance. They are greeted with dramatic scenery, red-dust whirlwinds, a lush oasis, bad roads, and a striking cast of colorful ...


  • From Dean to Dand

    The Wanderings of One Branch of the Hathaway Family from England to the Canadian Prairies by

    From Dean to Dand follows the Hathaway patronymic from its inception in the Forest of Dean in Wales, when it was recorded in the Domesday Book. The family spread across England before crossing the Atlantic to the American colonies. One branch of the ...


  • When Three Roads Collide

    A Memoir of God's Grace by

    No matter how difficult the situations you have faced or are facing, you can still overcome them. The things we go through are only shaping us to be able to receive the greater things that God has in store for us later in life. These situations ...


  • The Murphys of Rathcore Rectory

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    A complex character, angry and aggressive, James Murphy was not an easy husband or father. But all his children said "He made a God out of education." He had found education to be his gateway out of poverty, his way to leave a countryside still ...


  • Jim Crow Also Lived Here

    Structural Racism And Generational Poverty - Growing Up Black in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia by

    Many people believe that racism and discrimination against those of African descent was primarily an American experience. However, this book dispels that myth by recounting Leonard Albert Paris’s first eighteen years (1948–1966), growing up as a ...


  • Overcoming Adversity

    Resetting Goals by

    What would you do to rise above unfavorable circumstances? This intriguing question is at the essence of the inspiring book, Overcoming Adversity. Rejections, setbacks and obstacles may occur in employment, social interactions or cultural ...


  • Came To Canada, Eh?

    Adventures of a Scottish Nomad by

    Having emigrated from Scotland to Canada in his early thirties, Ian Moore-Morrans was a Scotsman to the core―despite his love for his adopted homeland―adventurous, humorous, and determined to provide a better life for himself, his wife and two young ...


  • 18 Napier Street

    by

    In the mid-1950s, close to a decade after the end of WWII, a mother and her six sons step off a boat that has transported them from a small village in Greece to a new home in Canada. Gus, the youngest, is four. In a tough working-class Toronto ...