|February 7, 2018||Posted by admin under Animals, Autobiography, Biography, Memoir|
A dog whose resilience and determination prove that no matter the odds you should never give up
|September 5, 2017||Posted by admin under Autobiography, Memoir|
A mother chronicles her family’s journey through loss and healing
|February 7, 2017||Posted by admin under Autobiography, Biography, Memoir|
A nurse’s adventures in remote Newfoundland
|June 17, 2016||Posted by admin under Autobiography, Biography, History, Memoir|
Learn about the human side of life as a Mountie
|September 16, 2015||Posted by admin under Autobiography, Biography, Memoir, Women|
An honest testament to a truth that many women and men tend to fear
|April 23, 2015||Posted by admin under Autobiography, Biography, Family, Memoir|
A heartwarming story about how a garden helped a family grow.
|March 11, 2014||Posted by Michael Wade under Autobiography, Biography, History, Memoir|
There is no place like home no matter where you travel.
|May 27, 2013||Posted by Andrea Scott under Health, Memoir, Non-fiction|
A memoir that provides a very raw and honest look at a young mother who is struggling with alcoholism.
|November 21, 2010||Posted by Stephanie Price Evans under Canadian, Memoir, Non-fiction|
What My Father Gave Me is a compilation of personal stories composed by real women sharing the true grit of their own father-daughter relationships. Seven women share their remarkable experiences with their fathers during their formative teenage years.
|November 21, 2010||Posted by Roger Gordon under History, Memoir, Non-fiction|
This is a story that has much to tell. It is a story of a family’s never ending tragedy, a nation’s inability to escape from oppressive rule and of a child who was caught up in all of this. It is a story that needed to be told and is worth reading.
Sippy Cups Are Not For Chardonnay: And Other Things I Had to Learn As A New Mom & Naptime is the New Happy Hour: And Other Ways Toddlers Turn Your Life Upside Down by Stefanie Wilder-Taylor
|September 12, 2010||Posted by Christine Gordon Manley under Memoir, Non-fiction|
Not only does Wilder-Taylor offer practical, no-nonsense advice for new moms and moms of toddlers in these books, but she does so with such comedic grace and flare that I found myself laughing out loud through most of these books.