Figs Beneath the Snow - Unearthing the Poetry Within by Silvia Fiorita Smith
What do you do when you want to make sense of all the uncertainty in the world around you? How do you capture the moments in your life that have made you who you are? You sit in the early morning light, reflect, and paint your stories of memories that evoke words and elicit hope. Like a fig tree out of its element that lies buried beneath the earth during winter, you come back and flourish, bearing fruit for all to enjoy.
If You Love Them Leave Them Lists: A guide to navigate difficult conversations and organize your affairs by Catherine Rahal
We all like to imagine that our affairs are in order, that our families will have in hand necessary information in the event of our incapacity or passing. Feel secure in the knowledge that your family will be guided by your wishes during challenging times, as much as can be, with this legacy notebook in hand. Well organized and accessible to even those most reluctant to face facts. Ready-to-use lists are there for those who don’t want to invent their own methods. If one wants to feel reassured that all is in order, this is the book to follow.
Whiteout by Kathleen Lee
Nikka and Maggie Phillips have grown up in a volatile household, where their mentally unstable mother has a particular animosity for Maggie. She moves away to college where she thrives while remaining close with her sister. She wishes that Nikka could join her and the sisters could live a normal life. Nikka, however, continues to reside with their parents out of a sense of obligation and loyalty. Maggie’s life is turned upside down by a catastrophic event that threatens her hard-won independence and love for her sister. She struggles to cope with her new reality at the cost of all the things she holds dear in her life.
Emily and Lovey – A Friendship story by Anna Humphrey
Life is always better when you share it with a friend. That’s what sweet Emily learns when she makes her first-ever friend, Lovey the Llama.
From the very first day, Emily and Lovey do everything together from morning to night, learning how to read and cook, and even learning to drive Emily’s very first toy car. Follow this pair, and learn how embarking on exciting adventures is much more fun when you share it with a friend. Emily & Lovey: A Friendship Story is the first in the Emily & Lovey series that follows this sweet girl and her loving llama. So, grab a friend and read this story together!
Living Nightmare by D. M. Dore
Night after night Tobin Blake awakens screaming from nightmares of gruesome deaths. Therapy isn’t helping, the drugs aren’t helping, and lately the nightmares are getting worse. A new doctor arrives promising break-throughs but Tobin senses something deeper is amiss. A riveting thriller leaving you wondering where nightmares end, & reality begins.
Soul Thieves by Jeanne Souders
A Story of Love, Lust, Manipulation and Betrayal. Elizabeth Lewis is an independent and dynamic woman.When she meets the powerful, charismatic and prolific architect, Grant Bradford, the attraction between them is electric. But behind his slick façade is the darkness of evil; an abusive manipulator with a secret sexual obsession.
Elvis and Tiger by Myles Goodwyn
In April 1997, a man watches the coverage of a young golfer named Tiger Woods winning the Masters. He is so impressed that a “man of colour” could win at such an infamously segregated private club, he is inspired. He wants to meet Tiger for conversation and eighteen holes of golf. The game is on and an untold story unfolds.
Whiteout by Kathleen Lee
She owes her sister everything… Nikka and Maggie Phillips have grown up in a volatile household, where their mentally unstable mother has a particular animosity for Maggie. Maggie moves away to college where she thrives.Then Maggie’s life is turned upside down by a catastrophic event that threatens her independence and love for her sister.
Rocket Fuel by Mike Ciorrocco
Past hardships can be a powerful gravitational force keeping you down and forcing you to think small. Mike “C-Roc” Ciorrocco shows how to convert past adversity into ROCKET FUEL to break free from the negative pull of pain and despair. C-Roc offers life-changing lessons in transformation by asking What Are You Made Of? This powerful question will ignite within you a thrust to greatness! “Thrust is a must!”
Do You Have The Guts To Be Healthy? by Frances Michaelson
The adage of food as medicine has been a powerful naturopathic approach to health and healing for over a century. Doctors treat the effects of disease, but what if we more closely examined the cause? Why do more and more people suffer from digestive issues, intolerances, and food allergies? By using Michaelson’s Six Pillars of Health as a guide, you’ll develop a deeper understanding and gain strength and vitality naturally to motivate and move you toward the world of wellness. It’s time to get gutsy!
Killing Complacency by Paul J Huber
Why do some people succeed while others don’t? What elevates the greats from the average? How can you leverage their secrets to maximize your life? The answer is not some X-factor from God, the universe, or luck. The successful have learned contentment without complacency. The Killing Complacency philosophy demonstrates how to become extraordinary by using definiteness of purpose and deliberate practice. By eliminating complacency thinking, you shift your mindset from limited and scarcity to growth and prosperity.
Gravitate 2 Gratitude by Carolyn Flower
Are you ready to begin your journey towards transforming your life? With a willingness to change old thought patterns and habits, a new mindset will develop propelling you forward as your awareness of your limitless potential expands. What if you could see your circumstances through a different lens? Be prepared to be amazed as you inspire yourself forward. Gratitude is the memory of the heart. Gratitude is contagious.
Solving the Post Traumatic Stress Brain Injury Puzzle by Linda Green
I was blindsided.A perfect storm of forces was brewing, never before experienced, and descended its wrath that day, changing everything. Linda Green was the Incident Commander on the devastating Valley Fire where structures were destroyed and lives lost. But in the months that followed this life-altering traumatic event she refers to as “her fire”, she knew something was very wrong, even though life seemed to be marching on as always…until it wasn’t..
Don't let Fear Paralyze You by Michael Challenger
Have you ever felt weakened by fear? Do you sometimes feel misunderstood and wonder what steps you could take to meet life’s challenges head-on and regain control of your life? If you’re ready to embrace change with enlightened courage and discover your unlimited potential and ultimate freedom, this powerful and inspiring book has been written just for you. Michael will help you uncover the many disguises of fear and embark on a step-by-step transformational journey of hope, self-discovery, and appreciation as you dare yourself to do the things that once felt impossible.
Soul Shaker: A Whirlwind Awakening by Catherine Kontos
The Piñata Theory: What's In Your Stuffing? by Charlene Renaud
Charlene Renaud is the trailblazing thought leader behind The Piñata Theory™, a witty metaphor she’s created to demonstrate the powerful influence of life experiences, stored within the subconscious mind. This captivating concept examines the stability, diversity, and social outcomes of Human-Made-Stuffing…such as cultural beliefs, community influences, oppression, racism, abuse, addiction, trauma, religion, family dynamics, and education. With the guidance of the techniques taught in The Piñata Theory™, detach from social patterns, belief systems, and behaviors that create disharmony and dis-ease.
Becoming One by Connie Rotella
When faced with simultaneous unexpected life-threatening family illnesses, Connie felt like she was drowning – as if she was losing her family, her foundation, and herself. How does one navigate so much uncertainty at once? Connie shares how she transformed her emotional vulnerability by accessing a new awareness that connected and harmonized with her life-long passion for dance.She gained a new understanding of how easy it would be to allow fear to lead and her self-belief to fade and disappear. By listening carefully, she discovered the guidance she had sought was within her all along.
Birdlight: Freeing Your Authentic Creativity by Robin Blackburn McBride
Birdlight is a beacon for readers yearning to live lives of heart-centered, empowered creativity. It’s for those seeking greater alignment with an expanding vision, and a core sense of purpose and authenticity. McBride released a “secure,” successful, and conventional twenty-year teaching career in order to fulfill a long-held dream of writing full time. Living her dream has brought obstacles and discoveries. It’s also brought gifts that she shares with you.
STRESS LESS! Your 15-Step Blueprint to Healthier Living by Camila Pearl
Most of us wonder how much toll stress takes on our health. The good news is that you are in control of how much you allow stress to infiltrate your life andby incorporating the prevention principles in this enlightening book, you will learn how to manage and perhaps eliminate stress entirely. This book delivers an eye-opening blueprint inviting you to change your mindset and daily routines with a new awareness of the choices available anytime to detoxify your mind and body from the widespread dis-ease of stress. Learn the insights and tools you’ll need to improve your health today and live a more harmonious life.
The Little Golden Secrets to Get Anything You F***in' Want: How I Moneyfe$ted A Million At The Speed Of Light & You Can Too by Pazit Perez
Hey Achievers, Creators, Dreamers, and Builders! Imagine being part of a growing circle of game-changers who create and live their lives the way they envision them to be? If you think it’s a lack of time, money, or resources that’s stopping you, think again. What’s really lacking is the knowledge of how to get what you want by doing things in a certain way. Your thoughts create your reality and once you apply what you’ve learned and take action, you’ll build and live your dream life.
I Attract What I Am: Transform Failure Into An Orgasmically Joyful Life & Business by Melissa Dawn
After her second divorce, Melissa Dawn felt the world crashing down around her.She was a single mom with a demanding career and an overwhelming roster of responsibilities. The time had come for change. Her inner voice was relentless, demanding her to change the trajectory of her life. Melissa shares the story of how she navigated a difficult life journey to successfully create a meaningful life and business that is heart-led and joy-inspired. Uncover the meaning behind the messages of your inner voice so you that too can create the life you truly want to live.
Co-Parenting in Harmony: The Art of Putting Your Child's Soul First by Anna Giannone
Anna shares her personal journey from being a child of divorce to being a “bonus parent” in a loving blended family. Anna candidly shares her experiences that led her to discover and develop 10 powerful practice principles that drive the worthy quest for harmonious co-parenting. The compelling truth contained in this book: that co-parenting in harmony and having an outstanding blended family life is possible when you focus on what truly matters. Is it also possible for you? Let this book be the roadmap for your journey to an amicable life you all truly deserve. Because Co-parenting in Harmony is Possible!
My Journey. My Truth.: A Story of Hope, Courage… and Transformation by John Alan Powell
My Journey, My Truth is the compelling story of transformation – one man’s remarkable determination to overcome a debilitating and chaotic past. A child who survived unconscionable abuse; a victimized youth engulfed by self-defeating lifestyle patterns and “prescribed” mental health disorders causing him to give up on himself and others. He spiraled into the cold darkness of despair until one day, the only person who would ever believe in him showed up to light his way to empowerment and possibility. That person was John himself.
The ATHENA Prodigies: Empowering Women Empowering Girls by Danielle Joworski
At 40, Danielle Joworski had come to a crossroads. Feeling like she had to choose between her career and living a fulfilled life, she decided to leave everything that she had once used to define success. What was dubbed as a ‘courageous’ and ‘brave’ decision became an awakening journey for Danielle of re-discovering herself, and her teenage dreams, while learning how to define what success truly meant. Danielle shares her stories of how she moved beyond the chaos and unhappiness she had created in her life.
Caregiving: A Journey of the Heart by Irene Andrejczuk
In her inspirational book, Naturopath and Energy Healer Irene Andrejczuk shares her journey of caregiving for her mother, and how this has enriched her life in so many ways and has taught her to live in the present moment. Irene and her co-authors open their heart and Self to the wisdom each has gained from their experience and provide guidance and comfort to feed the Spirit and nourish the Soul to those who are or ever will be feel at the precipice of change and awakening as a Caregiver.
Stop the Denial: A Case for Embracing the Truth about Fitness by Richard Tardif
Investigative journalist Richard Tardif asks the tough questions and holds nutrition researchers, big business and government policies accountable for more than 70 years of half truths, deceptions, and deliberate public policies fostering industry growth and creating obesity in one-third of the planet’s population. Richard digs deep into the freedom of information archives, often his requests denied or delayed, and stacks an immense amount of academic and science research, to write Stop The Denial.
Still in Denial: Five Reasons for Embracing the Truth About Fitness by Richard Tardif
Where obesity is gaining in everyone, this is for anyone looking for a healthier lifestyle. Learn of why… 1: We’ve Been Conned by health media, science and research: 2: The Calorie Deception! Calories in, Calories out is a myth: 3: We Don’t Know Anything about nutrition, health or fitness: 4: Business, Government, Media did more to harm than help, and 5: The Media’s Perception on Obesity is intolerance. Get a closer to understanding of what is our true fitness.
My Side of the Kaniá:tara: A Non-Indigenous Perspective on Reporting in Indigenous Communities by Richard Tardif
Have you wondered what it’s like to be a white Canadian reporter in one of Canada’s indigenous Communities? This book is a one-of-a-kind peek into the problem of how non-local media treat indigenous news when it comes to indigenous communities and their challenges. Conversely, how does indigenous media handle the news that influences them from the outside? How does the non-indigenous reporter walk that tightrope?
George and Mildred: Life's A Beach by Linda Erskine
George the Boxer is always scared of something – the town bullies, big noises and water – especially the ocean, where his big head and chest and long dangly legs will sink like a stone. And the beach is exactly where his best pal, Mildred the Yorkie, wants to go. Will Mildred conquer the sea and become the world‛s greatest swimmer? Or will George‛s biggest fear come true?
George and Mildred: Life‛s a Beach is a tale of how two friends learn that being cautious is important, but being too safe can hold you back from being the hero you‛re meant to be.
George and Mildred: The Attack of the Meanie Girls by Linda Erskine
Can George stand up to the bullying of the Meanie Girls, or will he run away and hide as usual, only to be taunted by all the other dogs at the park? George the Boxer and Mildred the Yorkie are the unlikeliest of friends. One is big and fearful, the other is small and feisty, but together they can take down the town bullies and embark on new, exciting adventures. George and Mildred: The Attack of the Meanie Girls is a story of a friendship that blossoms in the face of fear, bites and barks, and gives George the confidence to stand up for himself.
Where is my Grandpa? by Katherine MacDonald
Five-year-old Oliver sets out on a journey to find his Grandpa, who recently died. As Oliver visits all the wonderful places that remind him of his Grandpa, he is faced with unfamiliar emotions and the unsettling reality that his Grandpa is nowhere to be found. Feeling hopeless and sad, Oliver reaches out to his Mommy for help. He learns that talking about these emotions makes him feel better, and with his Mommy’s love, understanding and support, he also finds what he has been searching for the entire time: his Grandpa.
Où est mon papi ? by Katherine MacDonald
Olivier, âgé de 5 ans, part à la recherche de son papi qui vient de mourir. En parcourant tous les endroits merveilleux qui lui rappellent son papi, il est confronté à des émotions peu familières et à cette réalité troublante : il ne peut trouver son papi nulle part. Triste et désespéré, Olivier demande l’aide de sa maman. Il se rend compte qu’il se sent mieux lorsqu’il parle de ses émotions et, grâce à l’amour, au soutien et à la compréhension de sa maman, il trouve finalement ce qu’il cherchait pendant tout ce temps : son papi.
One Cabbage Lane by Joanne Cutler
Sometimes it’s the tiniest thing that can make the biggest difference! That’s what Rosie discovers when she comes face to face with a huge problem. All her life she’s been excluded and left out but…can she make a difference now? Can she prove herself? Does she have the courage? Come meet Rosie and all her neighbors who live on Cabbage Lane.
A Rainbow for Dad by Maggie Faga
When Amber found out that her dad needed help, she knew just what to do. With her mom by her side, she learned something new. With a rainbow surprise, her wish came true. Maggie wrote this book during the Coronavirus pandemic to help us all remember to care and help each other to stay safe. Amber is a clever girl who shares her clever ideas with us all.
I love that About me by Vanessa Venne
We are who we are. We have thoughts and feelings that we express by the things we do and the things we say. Lucy shows us how she loves everything about herself. What makes her unique, what makes her, HER? Whether she is exploring nature, listening to her feelings or loving her crazy curly hair, Lucy wants you to love yourself as much as she does. After all, nobody is quite like you, and you should love everything about you, too!
Sweet Treat by Jenny Kuspira
Meet Willy Wuz. A Wuddle from a place called Wuddeltom. No one knows exactly where it is, but it is somewhere between here and there and around the bend. Wuddles love all sorts of things including nature, music, playing games but most of all… their favorite thing in the whole world are stories. Willy Wuz visits a local dairy farm in search of an ice cream adventure, to discover where his favorite Sweet Treat comes from. Explore your world with Willy, find adventure, learn something new, and meet many new friends along the way
Precious Pinata Collectable Character & Guide Book: Precious Pinata What’s in Your Child’s Stuffing? by Charlene Renaud
The New Standard to Teach Young Children about Health, Safety and Life Skills. Interactive, World-Exclusive Design, based on Psychology, Prevention, Education and Connection. Precious Pinata and book are intertwined, to achieve success in ensuring children are well prepared for life situations, leadership and making healthy decisions. The success of the impact of Precious Pinata’s topics and life lessons involves an adult or mentor, presenting one chapter at a time, to the child. Highly recommended by parents, grandparents, teachers, therapists and child protection advocates. Suggested age: 5-12 years old.
I'm Not Contagious by Angela K. Pearson
Meet Grayson. He is an engaging and light-hearted six-year-old boy. The world, through his eyes, has pegged him to be contagious. When a new bill becomes law in the state where he lives, Grayson is banned from attending his public school with his friends and must homeschool with his Mom, because his parents chose a holistic health approach to vaccinations. His innocent comedic perspective serves whimsical as he describes the reluctant uncertainty some people have toward him, how he thinks through this challenge and how it feels from his young perspective.
Food for Talk - Recipes to Rave About by Anne Vézina
Everybody loves to talk about food and about the recipes that take us back to our childhood, that remind us of good times with close friends, or that we associate with important events. Anne has selected 75 easy-to-prepare recipes for everyday meals as well as more elaborate dishes and desserts for special occasions. Enjoy quick bites, hearty favorites, classic and comfort food, festive and guilty pleasures. You are sure to find a few recipes to rave about!about!
Les recettes qui font jaser par Anne Vézina
On aime tous parler de nos recettes préférées, soit parce qu’elles nous plongent dans nos souvenirs d’enfance, qu’elles nous rappellent de beaux moments entre amis, ou qu’elles soulignent un événement important. Anne vous propose 75 recettes faciles à préparer pour les repas de tous les jours ainsi que des mets et desserts plus élaborés pour les occasions spéciales. Savourez des plats rapides, classiques, réconfortants, festifs et des plaisirs gourmands. Vous trouverez sans doute des recettes « coup de cœur » qui vous feront jaser!
The Boy from Cherry Hill by Garth Coffin
A Boy From Cherry Hill is a story of a lad who grew up in a warm and loving family on a small farm in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It recounts his experiences and highlights his good fortune through receiving the Eaton Agricultural Scholarship, attending university in both Canada and the U.S. and successful pursuit of a series of career opportunities leading back to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC) where his university studies began. Along the way, the memoir that spans eight decades includes international work and personal interests of the boy from Cherry Hill.
On All the Other Days by Clint Ward
This memoir of a multi-dimensional renaissance journey is a rare glimpse “behind the curtain” of a life well-lived, interwoven with epic proportions of high flying adventure, sportsmanship, and world travel. Throughout a career that spanned nearly 40 years with Trans Canada Airlines and Air Canada, Clint piloted seven different aircraft, including 12 years as a Captain on the Boeing 747. In his spare time, he embraced an innate passion for the creative: writing, storytelling, theater, and film, revealing the quest of a man who truly embodies the art of reinventing life in real-time.
Maktub A Journey Home by Naoko Nakajima
Your given name is your identity and Naoko didn’t have one. Her name was rejected at birth in Japan and was replaced by a temporary one; a name she used to live as herself. This drove her to an imperative life-long quest to discover her true identity. This is a memoir of her odyssey including her challenges in Canada, her adopted country, which deepened her healing and insight. Naoko shares how Light within, no matter how deeply confined, found its way to liberate Itself.
I want to Die with a Flag by Vartkes Nalbandian
In an unprecedented volume of memories and experiences from Ethiopia, Vartkes Nalbandian shares snapshots of living in Ethiopia through three regime changes, untold numbers of funny and painful moments, and occasionally refers to the fascinating history of Armenians in Ethiopia and their role in the development of their new motherland. The book based in Addis Ababa, but is a journey through time. The facts that seem harsh and critical are not for criticism but intend to making everyone who loves Ethiopia understand and use it for the betterment of the country.
Beautiful Disaster by Samantha Caroline Lavalee
Finally, there is a place to find refuge and feel less alone. It is here, with this unique collection of Notes and Quotes. Every passage is a sacred creation from the author’s own heart wisdom gained by rebuilding a life she loves out from under the rubble of victimhood abuse, rape, and helplessness. By sharing her own raw vulnerabilities this delicately woven tapestry brings inspiration and comfort to readers who are on their own difficult journeys back to the self.
In This Moment of Freedom by Natalie Merritt-Broderick
Through poetry, author Natalie Merritt-Broderick has been able to reflect on life in the most unique ways, inviting her heart to sing and her eyes to cry. For every crossed-out word or crumpled piece of paper, her journey has graciously landed her In This Moment of Freedom. Her love for writing is lifelong, where she has created a world to disappear for a few moments or hours, knowing when she reappears, she’ll be one step closer to understanding the true meaning of life. Whether in joy or sorrow, Natalie is grateful for every last word.
Purgee par Christine Potvin
Quatorze entrevues, quatorze portraits d’hommes et de femmes. Leurshistoires : une chasse aux sorcières, une sorte de génocide visant à éradiquerceux qui représentaient une menace présumée à la sécurité nationale, à cause,simplement, de leur être aimé. C’est toute la précarité de la liberté qui estdévoilée à travers ces comptes-rendus touchants.
School of Hard Luck by Paul Steinberg
Paul Steinberg does whatever it takes to make something of himself. In one of life’s ironies, he finds himself once again a victim of bullying, this time at the hands of a boss who humiliates him on the job.Paul Steinberg has been told by people many times he doesn’t matter but his message his book is very important. One that matters to everyone who has ever been made to feel less than they should.
Love Letters From Mother Earth by Anneloes Smitzman
The Promise of a New Beginning lives within us as an ancient seed code from the Eternal. We have been aware of this possibility for a long time, yet as a species we were not yet sufficiently engaged with the process for birthing this together. Collective engagement in the birthing of this new possibility is increasing now. These letters remind us that we are made for this process, and we are not alone.