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You Again By Mary Burns
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The third in a trilogy that began with Shinny's Girls (Talon, 1989), and continued with Flashing Yellow (Turnstone, 2001), You Again brings to a crescendo the eccentric family saga of a single mother... More > and her three daughters by three different fathers. What makes us who we are? This question thrums in the background as grandson Matthew tries to escape an identity theft scam, and daughter Elfie's pregnancy forces Shinny to reveal a long held secret. Praise for the Shinny's Girls novels: "I really liked Shinny. I was absorbed. You get a wonderful sense of the reality of these people." Peter Gzowski, CBC Radio "Superb... The whole life of an uncommon woman." Books in Canada "Elegantly captures the remarkable way in which Family has been redefined in the 21st century in North America." Julie Cruikshank, author of Do Glaciers Listen?< Less
The Golden Avenue: The History and People of Ocean Avenue, Amityville, NY By Doug Robinson
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The Golden Avenue tells the history of Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York and the famous, infamous and interesting folks associated with the street. These include Lawrence B. Sperry, aviation... More > pioneer, Walter O'Malley, owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Annie Oakley, Lebert Lombardo of the Royal Canadians, Bruce Parker, Mr. Water Skiing, John B. Gambling of WOR Radio, Ed Nezbeda and Grumman Aircraft, Phil Brice and Republic Aviation, Christine Riley, actress and Ronald DeFeo, mass murderer.< Less
Opening Night By Richard Mousseau
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A Fire Side Old Time Radio Show An old-time radio show featuring skits, cowboy poetry and songs. Suitable for radio presentation or on-stage radio presentation. A Hockey Night in Canada A Theatre... More > play. On a blustery Canadian night in 1886, a gathering of men and women create the rules of the game of ice hockey. Father A screen play, or theatre play. A man who is suspicious of dying embarks on leaving a multitude of offspring with accommodating women. Ho…Ho…Hold On Screen play, or theatre play. An out of work writer mingles with stranded people one winter and discovers the true meaning of Christmas. Just the Kind Of Man I Need A screen play, or theatre play. A man suffering amnesia becomes the butler, nanny and love interest of a single mother.< Less
Opening Night By Richard Mousseau
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A Fire Side Old Time Radio Show An old-time radio show featuring skits, cowboy poetry and songs. Suitable for radio presentation or on-stage radio presentation. A Hockey Night in Canada A Theatre... More > play. On a blustery Canadian night in 1886, a gathering of men and women create the rules of the game of ice hockey. Father A screen play, or theatre play. A man who is suspicious of dying embarks on leaving a multitude of offspring with accommodating women. Ho…Ho…Hold On Screen play, or theatre play. An out of work writer mingles with stranded people one winter and discovers the true meaning of Christmas. Just the Kind Of Man I Need A screen play, or theatre play. A man suffering amnesia becomes the butler, nanny and love interest of a single mother.< Less
Short on Paper By Leanne Dyck
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The idea for this book came from a CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) radio program. On the program they announced that the shortest story had been found. The story was about unused baby shoes... More > and was six words long. You may have caught the program? Well, hearing this announcement got me thinking; could I write a very short story? The idea became a passion and the result is Short on Paper. A collection of 15 very short stories (from 5 to 286 words).< Less
Don't Quit - Don't Cry By Jacques R. Roy
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Don’t Quit - Don’t Cry is a Canadian’s gripping life story. 1967: Jacques R. Roy studies African history in Montréal. With a deep sense of justice, freedom, and liberty,... More > Jacques joins CUSO as a teacher and leaves for Tanzania. Jacques meets Dr. Neto, President of the MPLA. Dr. Neto needs radio links. Jacques can solve this problem under complete secrecy. • 1968: Neto invites Jacques to the eastern Angolan front. He likes the radio results and sends Roy to mobilize Canadian public opinion. • 1970: South Africas ANC external leaders ask Jacques to create a spy unit. Cover: a love story with missions worthy of James Bond and Indiana Jones. • 1974: Jacques brings Dr. Neto to Ottawa’s parliamentary committee. • 1975: Independence. CIA steps in. • 1998: Roy goes back to Angola. Mission: Stop the civil war. The plan: Follow the blood diamonds. • Results: Canada’s UN Ambassador Fowler visits Africa, writes the Fowler Report. The UN imposes sanctions and blood diamond funds dry up.< Less
Don't Quit—Don't Cry By Jacques R. Roy
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Don’t Quit - Don’t Cry is a Canadian’s gripping life story. 1967: Jacques R. Roy studies African history in Montréal. With a deep sense of justice, freedom, and liberty,... More > Jacques joins CUSO as a teacher and leaves for Tanzania. Jacques meets Dr. Neto, President of the MPLA. Dr. Neto needs radio links. Jacques can solve this problem under complete secrecy. • 1968: Neto invites Jacques to the eastern Angolan front. He likes the radio results and sends Roy to mobilize Canadian public opinion. • 1970: South Africas ANC external leaders ask Jacques to create a spy unit. Cover: a love story with missions worthy of James Bond and Indiana Jones. • 1974: Jacques brings Dr. Neto to Ottawa’s parliamentary committee. • 1975: Independence. CIA steps in. • 1998: Roy goes back to Angola. Mission: Stop the civil war. The plan: Follow the blood diamonds. • Results: Canada’s UN Ambassador Fowler visits Africa, writes the Fowler Report. The UN imposes sanctions and blood diamond funds dry up.< Less
Frozen Hoops: A History A to B By Curtis J. Phillips
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Back in 1967 as a 11 year-old kid in Winnipeg, Manitoba I used to listen to NBA and ABA games on short-wave radio while lining up my basketball sport cards on a basketball court diagrammed out on a... More > piece of cardboard Now 45 years later, be it announcing, coaching, cheering, collecting, fundraising, officiating, organizing, writing or just even shooting around on two gimpy knees, the passion for this great game remains. I believe strongly that we must take a look at our past to succeed in our future. Frozen Hoops will highlight some of the top male basketball players in Canadian history...with the ultimate goal to select and profile 125 notable players of the last 100 years or so. There will also be plenty of Fact or Fiction information pertaining to Canadian hoops, lots of trivia and history plus exclusive interviews. In this the inaugural issue - December 2012 Issue 1 - we will look at players with the Surnames A – B with a total of 21 cagers profiled. Catch you on the rebound.< Less
Store #1 By Jason farr
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Jason Farr is the host of a popular Hamilton Ontario morning radio program called the Legendary Morning Show. The show, heard weekday mornings from 5:30a.m. to 9a.m., is on 820 CHAM, the Legend.... More > This book is a true account of Jason's latest radio stunt. On January 27th, 2006, Jason and his on-air colleagues, Mike Nabuurs and Tom Park, along with Spectator writer Lesley Simpson spent 48 hours in the original Tim Hortons Donut Shop (Store #1) on Ottawa Street in Hamilton's east end. The event was dubbed the Battle of the Books. Each writer went in with the goal of coming out with their own great Canadian novel. Jason, who grew up in the neighborhood, humorously tells of how the Battle began, and shares his memories related to the Battlegrounds of Store #1. All sales of this book and two of three others, will help build a Library at Camp Maple Leaf.< Less
CHIEF OF STAFF: Your Guide to Running My Bankrupt Government By Owen Ferguson
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Owen Ferguson is the mild-mannered marketing wizard at a socialized government theatre company in London. His person has occupied various professions; naval officer, legislative page, computer... More > programmer, Toronto Star journalist, hardware tester, technical writer, Ontario Provincial Police officer, fry cook, Radio Shack salesman, Ontario Justice (pre-trial custody) inmate, corporate director, vice president, Health Alberta (psychiatric) inmate, bodyguard, campaign manager, municipal candidate, regional director of the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation, state/provincial candidate, butcher, drug dealer, arms dealer, co-operative grocery owner, psychonaut and unlicensed portfolio manager are just a sampling of his business undertakings. His online proifile describes his political views as "Angry."< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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