In this sequel to the award-winning book, Don’t Call the Office, 12-year-old Madison Reaveley and her stepmom, Megan Williams (Director at TSPA), are back with yet another imagination-filled story, that “normalizes” having a blended family.
“It happens slowly; small things that are only sort of okay that become normal. Before long, you’re going against things you once believed and jumping into a chemical waste bin. All for ‘love.'” – Aubri Black’s Did He Hit You – A memoir of secrets, survival and subtle abuse exposes being in an abusive relationship in a way not everyone is used to seeing.
Teaming with imagery and thickened with historical relevance, Oleanders in June is the compelling tale of an island’s most pivotal moment and emotionally captivating debut. If you’re into descriptive, eloquent historical fiction – Whitney Vandiver’s debut novel is for you!
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“It was the one thing I would never tell anyone. But over the years that followed, I came to understand that the only way to reclaim my life was to share my story–a story of love, loss, pain and ultimate redemption.” – Mary Hodder Ross’s memoir is a must read.
Ana’s debut book, The Soul Contract is told from a female’s perspective. In this sequel – The Soul Union, the story is told from the male counterpart. Together, these stories create a heightened meaning to the phrase, “soul mate.”
Anya Wyer’s debut memoir, Letters to the Mountain landed the #1 spot on Amazon’s Movers & Shakers list on its debut weekend.
There are only a handful of contemporary Malay-Singaporean authors out there and first-time author, Syahidah Ismail is the only one in the diaspora. The weekend it was launch, Saltwater Spirits landed in the Top 100 on Amazon’s Coming of Age category!
He’s 30, from Senegal, with two masters degrees in economics, Abdou Fall shines a light on the revolutionary attitude of women and their unique position in creating global change in his debut book, Women of All Countries Unite!
Bestselling Author of 5 Pillars of Love for self, life & others Bernadette Laxamana, shares 45 years worth of advice from a businesswoman, wife and mother in her second book, INK – I Now Know.
A YA book about friendship, liberating college experiences, and love under duress. Rania immerses readers into the complex, frustrating, and ultimately inspiring world of healing through the power of honesty.
Even for Bernadette Laxamana, a successful mortgage broker, business owner, and full-time supermom, mastering the art of self-love took time and practice. Her bestselling book, The Five Pillars of Love presents her strategy for embracing love as one’s natural state.
Raw and edgy, Jon’s first poetry book, brings his unique story of suffering and restoration in a style everyone can relate to. The poems are heart-wrenching and bring the reader on a colourful journey of self-discovery and restoration.
Poetry and prose by an inspired Edmonton-based runner who found healing and happiness in the wilderness. “Where wildness meets wonder, sensuality meets soul, and words tumble like a waterfall into inspiration.”
This book is for every Millennial feeling shortchanged by the Tinder Age should read. Written with humour, honesty, and piercing wisdom, it chronicles the author’s real-life journey from emotionally abusive relationships to enlightened self-respect.
If you liked “Go the F*ck to Sleep” this debut book by Tage Lee has one goal: to make parents laugh amidst the wild journey of raising tiny humans.
The internet’s favourite dating coach, Nikki Novo launched The Final Swipe on September 30, 2018. She can now proudly add “Bestselling Author” to her long list of accomplishments.
Bestselling Author, Linda Hollyer’s Letters to my Daughters – Business Advice for Entrepreneurs soared to the #1 spot on Amazon just six hours after it was released.
Written by Julie Flynn, Finn and the Magic Backpack, is a charming fairy tale that based on Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains. It also doubles as a survival guide for hiking!
Written by Pippa Henrichsen, The Adventures of Richard & Robert and the REALLY BIG, REALLY HAIRY, REALLY SCARY Black Bear, launched May 17, 2018.
Written by Janet Reynolds and Megan Edwards (aka “The Und8ables”), Girl, It’s Not You (it’s definitely him), launched May 7, 2018 and has garnered media attention nationwide.
Written by Priscilla Stanbury, Warriors and Heroes of a Different Kind launched May 14, 2018. It became an overnight Amazon Bestseller and sits in Amazon’s Top 100 books for Health, Fitness & Dieting category.
Written by Natasha Jeshani, launched April. 30, 2018, The HR Insider – is an Amazon bestseller that explains how to land your dream job and keep it.
Written by Irene Strong, launched April. 21, 2018, Own Your Piece of the Earth – is everything you need to know about mortgages in Canada’s major housing markets.
Written by Inga Chira, Ph.D., CFP, launched December. 7, 2017, Mastering Money is an easy read on personal finances and getting the most out of your money life.
Emily Goldsmith’s debut children’s book, Jordan And All the Favourites launched September 30, 2017 at Chapters Metrotown.
Kaite Bieksa’s debut novel, Newport Jane, launched June 24, 2017 at Indigo Granville.
It has sold thousands of copies across North America.
Megan Williams’ debut book, Our Interrupted Fairy Tale was launched February 11, 2014. It has sold thousands of copies worldwide.