In The Man Who Stole Father’s Boat, Melinda Cochrane evokes the geography, history, politics, and sociology of Newfoundland and Labrador with the kind of hardy and hard-edged truthfulness that characterizes so much of the vital and unique culture of the province some call the Rock. The book launch is on November 27, 2012.
The wonderful adventure of becoming a father. Step by step through my wife’s pregnancy I learn what it means to become a father. This is an enlightening story that will inspire other people becoming parents for the first time and will welcome them into this exclusive club.
Writers often look upon outlines with fear and trembling. But when properly understood and correctly wielded, the outline is one of the most powerful weapons in a writer’s arsenal. Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success will: Help you … Read more →
All his life, Shane Lassiter had revered the man who stood in place of the father he had never known. Nathaniel Wilcock had taken Shane into his own home, loved him as a son, and placed within his grasp one of the largest ranches in the Wyoming … Read more →
In this evocative, illuminating book, Randi Fine encourages you to free yourself from the inhibiting obstacles in your life, embrace the conscious power of your intent, and awaken your unrealized potential. Travel on an introspective journey into the … Read more →
Dogs: As They Are is the first in a series of ebooks that present collected essays by author and dog trainer Eric Brad. These essays have been been put together on the theme of dogs and their nature. The book covers a range of topics from the origin of dogs to their biology, psychology, and ethology.
"Fine..ly" is a very inspiring story about the power of the human spirit. Ms. Fine's true story about hope and love builds brick by brick from the bottom up, and then screams victory from the roof-top. The story is a touching, honest, and insightful … Read more →