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Christmas at Sandy Point:: Ghosts of My Christmases Past
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A collage of childhood Christmas memories from a small village along the south shore of Nova Scotia.
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A short story inspired by inexplicably precious times as a backpacker in south-east Asia. A tale of two nomads who meet amongst the tropical blur of the Asian metropolis. An account of how it feels... More > to find that ever elusive 'something' and then lose it. If you like temples and tuk tuks, love and loss, you'll like this.< Less
Pink Elephants: Escape from the Loony Bin, Series 3
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This is the third series of a true story that opens in the mid 60’s. The main character, Lloyd, had already been in many hospitals for various reasons, but his self-determination begins with... More > his admission to The Crippled Children’s Hospital in Elizabethtown, Penna. The reader enters a world heretofore unknown to average people. Lloyd is apprehensive, but excited to finally take control of his life. Slowly and methodically he claws his way to the top of a very hardened boys ward hierarchy. We follow Lloyd and his cohorts in an institutional setting that would make “One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest” look like a church social. Lloyd soon finds that separation from family and the emotional turmoil of a daily dog-eat-dog existence far outweigh enduring numerous surgeries and severe infections. Entertaining while providing a detailed peak into the medical system of the 60's, this book is a tribute to anyone suffering physical and mental anguish.< Less
Smile When You Feel Like Dying
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SMILE WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE DYING is a true story about the life of the author. You will take a journey through a divorce as it unfolds, the dreams that were shared and shattered. The feelings good and... More > bad of a woman tormented within herself. May each reader feel part of the life of the author as she experienced the turmoil in her home and the struggle to finally make a decision to rid her mind, body and soul of a life she had lived for 18 years. **This is the 6x9 version**< Less
All I've Got To Say Is...
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She was an orphan at eight and a child of the Great Depression. During World War Two she scraped the hull of ships in Atlantic Canada and she was a bride following the war. She was a mother to five... More > baby boomers and then at the age of 60 she returned to High School alongside regular students to get her graduation! The Autobiography of Ethel Davidson is the story of a family set against the spine of the 20th Century. A woman who proved that you're never too old to learn and remains a testament to the life of a person who not only persevered but continually improved herself. And following her remarkable life story is every poem, short story and children's tale she wrote. All in one volume for the very first time.< Less
MAEXIE's FAMILY CHRONICLES
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PAPERBACK: Translation of Mexie's handwritten booklets: "The Illich – Katalinić Family"," The Regenstreif – Ortlieb Family", and "Blessings of... More > Christmastime". With original illustrations and thumbnails of some pictures from the companion book to "Maexie's Collection pf Family Photographs".< Less
Focus on Family Creative Writing Group
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From a creative writing group with a difference in Northern Ireland
ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE
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I HAVE MANY PATHS TO PICK FROM, WILL I CHOOSE THE RIGHT ONE???
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This book is a collection of stories about my life with my best friend, Patricia (Patti) Moede. As you read, I hope you come to learn or appreciate more deeply what a wonderfully unique person and... More > rare friend Patti was and continues to be. For those of you who were lucky enough to know her, I hope these stories bring you closer to her and make you even more grateful for knowing her. For those of you not privileged to have known Patti, I hope you come to learn two things. First, that there is a fine line between friendship and kinship and when those two worlds merge something magical happens. Second, we are all capable of giving more, doing more, and being our best selves by unconditionally loving the life we were given.< Less
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