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By Laura Di Battista
It is 1986 and sex is everywhere, even in the workplace. Cara Angeli has just landed her first full-time job working in a local newsroom. Although it is only an entry-level position, Cara is confident that hard work and diligence will help her achieve her dream of being a television reporter. Unfortunately, Cara does not realize the lengths she will have to go to in order to reach her goal. As she begins her job as a production assistant in a newsroom full of lecherous bosses and motley co-workers, Cara soon discovers the television news business is not as glamorous as she once envisioned. Amid the shortcomings of a womanizing news director, an insecure anchorman, and colleagues determined to stop at nothing to get the lead story, Cara doggedly climbs an unsteady career ladder. As she attempts to balance her quest for true love with her desire for professional success, only time will tell if she will be able to attain everything she has ever wanted despite a violent act and a heartbreaking loss. If It Bleeds, It Leads shares the compelling tale of a young woman’s journey through the cutthroat world of television news as she explores friendship, love, and the power of her own perseverance.
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By Laura Di Battista
It is 1986 and sex is everywhere, even in the workplace. Cara Angeli has just landed her first full-time job working in a local newsroom. Although it is only an entry-level position, Cara is confident that hard work and diligence will help her achieve her dream of being a television reporter. Unfortunately, Cara does not realize the lengths she will have to go to in order to reach her goal. As she begins her job as a production assistant in a newsroom full of lecherous bosses and motley co-workers, Cara soon discovers the television news business is not as glamorous as she once envisioned. Amid the shortcomings of a womanizing news director, an insecure anchorman, and colleagues determined to stop at nothing to get the lead story, Cara doggedly climbs an unsteady career ladder. As she attempts to balance her quest for true love with her desire for professional success, only time will tell if she will be able to attain everything she has ever wanted despite a violent act and a heartbreaking loss. If It Bleeds, It Leads shares the compelling tale of a young woman’s journey through the cutthroat world of television news as she explores friendship, love, and the power of her own perseverance.
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By Nadia Thornton
To her friends and family, Joy Wildman-McInnis had it all: a handsome, ambitious husband, a fulfilling career, loving friends and family and a beautiful home in the suburbs of Ottawa. In public, Joy works tirelessly to maintain the façade of the happy suburbanite, but in private, she is miserable. Her friends have all moved on in their relationships, but Joy feels that her marriage to James has stagnated. To make matters worse, she knows that he is less than truthful about his habits. She yearns to start a family, but the convoluted circumstances of her life have all but killed that dream. With her biological clock ticking, she must now find the strength to put on another brave face as societal pressure builds around her. As her desires and her worries threaten to consume her, Joy finds herself caught on a roller coaster of emotions, fears and despair. To Joy, the worst thing about being lied to is knowing that she’s not worth the truth. She knows that something must change—but wonders if she is strong enough to make the biggest decision of her life. Just how much is she willing to sacrifice to regain her dignity, her true happiness and her dreams of motherhood?
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By Nadia Thornton
To her friends and family, Joy Wildman-McInnis had it all: a handsome, ambitious husband, a fulfilling career, loving friends and family and a beautiful home in the suburbs of Ottawa. In public, Joy works tirelessly to maintain the façade of the happy suburbanite, but in private, she is miserable. Her friends have all moved on in their relationships, but Joy feels that her marriage to James has stagnated. To make matters worse, she knows that he is less than truthful about his habits. She yearns to start a family, but the convoluted circumstances of her life have all but killed that dream. With her biological clock ticking, she must now find the strength to put on another brave face as societal pressure builds around her. As her desires and her worries threaten to consume her, Joy finds herself caught on a roller coaster of emotions, fears and despair. To Joy, the worst thing about being lied to is knowing that she’s not worth the truth. She knows that something must change—but wonders if she is strong enough to make the biggest decision of her life. Just how much is she willing to sacrifice to regain her dignity, her true happiness and her dreams of motherhood?
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By Rebecca Marie
Abuse knows no boundaries. It doesn’t care if you are rich or poor, old or young. It can enter your life at any time and stay as long as you let it. In One Month Week Day Hour Minute Second, author Rebecca Marie discusses that the key is to release the secrets, talk about the abuse, and take the power away from the abusers. In this memoir, she shares her personal journey surviving sexual and physical abuse, describing how abusive patterns started at a young age, how negative self-esteem continued to grow, and how it ended in her falling in love with a psychopath. One Month Week Day Hour Minute Second narrates how Marie was victimized and lived in daily fear and despair, but discusses how she chose not to remain a victim and took power over her own life. Hoping to break the cycle of domestic abuse one victim at a time, Marie tells her emotional story to call attention to the problem of domestic violence. Her story shows there is hope for others.
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By Rebecca Marie
Abuse knows no boundaries. It doesn’t care if you are rich or poor, old or young. It can enter your life at any time and stay as long as you let it. In One Month Week Day Hour Minute Second, author Rebecca Marie discusses that the key is to release the secrets, talk about the abuse, and take the power away from the abusers. In this memoir, she shares her personal journey surviving sexual and physical abuse, describing how abusive patterns started at a young age, how negative self-esteem continued to grow, and how it ended in her falling in love with a psychopath. One Month Week Day Hour Minute Second narrates how Marie was victimized and lived in daily fear and despair, but discusses how she chose not to remain a victim and took power over her own life. Hoping to break the cycle of domestic abuse one victim at a time, Marie tells her emotional story to call attention to the problem of domestic violence. Her story shows there is hope for others.
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By Julie M.
Arthur and Joyce Richardson, a couple who had it all, thanks to a lifetime of unswerving control over every aspect of their lives, were stunned when Joyce became pregnant in her forties. Once the shock wore off, they swore to control—and keep control over—their child for as long as they could.

Born into a perfectionist marriage with no room for the chaos of a child, Kate Richardson wants for nothing except love. She is a beautiful child, but her beauty fails to inspire the natural affection that children need.

But from Ginny, her great aunt, Kate finally knows what it is to be wanted. At Ginny’s, Kate discovers a world far greater than what she knew. Summers spent with her aunt are the happiest times of her childhood, but even there Kate finds it hard to escape her father’s domineering ways. When Ginny dies, Kate mourns not only the loss of her beloved aunt but the loss of her only safe and supportive relationship. Once again under her father’s control, a miserable Kate pursues the career he approves and marries the man he chooses.

When Arthur dies, however, Kate flees to the only place she’s ever loved—only to realize that unless she can escape the obsessive love that threatens her future, she will always be his to control.

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By Peter Finch

In his youth, Peter Finch wove his way through a series of exploits and adventures. Travels took him to Canada, where a fateful encounter in the Rocky Mountains opened up new horizons. In midlife he and his wife Gundi made the shift to country living, ushering in a new phase in their life, as they set down roots in the hills and settled into a deliberately simplified lifestyle.

Peter relates how he and Gundi immersed themselves in ways guided by nature. As she created and sold glass sculptures, he sunk his hands and tools into pure glacial-till soils, sowing, planting, and growing culinary and medicinal herbs, heirloom vegetables and salad greens to take to farmers markets and restaurants in and around Toronto. Invigorated by the pleasures and health benefits of growing, selling, and eating fresh organic food, Peter reveals how he became a passionate advocate of traditional, small-scale, chemical-free farming.

High Up in the Rolling Hills shares the personal journey of an independent couple as they explore the vital role of nature, creativity, and healthy food in life.


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By Peter Finch

In his youth, Peter Finch wove his way through a series of exploits and adventures. Travels took him to Canada, where a fateful encounter in the Rocky Mountains opened up new horizons. In midlife he and his wife Gundi made the shift to country living, ushering in a new phase in their life, as they set down roots in the hills and settled into a deliberately simplified lifestyle.

Peter relates how he and Gundi immersed themselves in ways guided by nature. As she created and sold glass sculptures, he sunk his hands and tools into pure glacial-till soils, sowing, planting, and growing culinary and medicinal herbs, heirloom vegetables and salad greens to take to farmers markets and restaurants in and around Toronto. Invigorated by the pleasures and health benefits of growing, selling, and eating fresh organic food, Peter reveals how he became a passionate advocate of traditional, small-scale, chemical-free farming.

High Up in the Rolling Hills shares the personal journey of an independent couple as they explore the vital role of nature, creativity, and healthy food in life.


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By Peter Finch

In his youth, Peter Finch wove his way through a series of exploits and adventures. Travels took him to Canada, where a fateful encounter in the Rocky Mountains opened up new horizons. In midlife he and his wife Gundi made the shift to country living, ushering in a new phase in their life, as they set down roots in the hills and settled into a deliberately simplified lifestyle.

Peter relates how he and Gundi immersed themselves in ways guided by nature. As she created and sold glass sculptures, he sunk his hands and tools into pure glacial-till soils, sowing, planting, and growing culinary and medicinal herbs, heirloom vegetables and salad greens to take to farmers markets and restaurants in and around Toronto. Invigorated by the pleasures and health benefits of growing, selling, and eating fresh organic food, Peter reveals how he became a passionate advocate of traditional, small-scale, chemical-free farming.

High Up in the Rolling Hills shares the personal journey of an independent couple as they explore the vital role of nature, creativity, and healthy food in life.


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By R. L. Greenwood

King Arthur ruled the land of Camelot with his trusted knights, including the handsome and brave Sir Lancelot. Lancelot had a brother by the name of Ellsworth who wasn’t quite as brave, but who was known for burping. When he was still a baby, his nurse decided that since Ellsworth was the brother of Lancelot, he would be known as “Sir Burpsalot.”

Sir Lancelot also had a little sister by the name of Wendy. Wendy was not like the other girls at Camelot. She did not want to learn how to sew, mend, and cook; she wanted to learn how to shoot a bow and arrow. People told her she couldn’t shoot because shooting wasn’t ladylike, but Wendy knew this was not fair.

Burpsalot and Wendy may not sound like the usual heroes, but in the land of Camelot, heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Together, this brother and sister take on dragons and stinkers. They learn the ways of poodletooters and flutterbys. They make friends and bring honor to their family, despite humble beginnings.

Cover and illustrations drawn by Alex Walton, Kelowna, British Columbia


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By Brent Douglas Dyck

When Mommy kisses her two children, Josh and Jess, goodbye and leaves for work, they think everything will be the same as always. But they could not be more wrong. Daddy is in charge and things are about to become anything but normal!

Voted Canada’s Best Bedtime Story by ParentsCanada magazine, this fun-filled tale shares what can happen when Daddy is in charge.


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By Cordelia Hare

It is the summer of 1972, and writer Rianne Tavener returns to the seaside village of Port Carlyle, Nova Scotia, her childhood home. Owen Sweeney, an eccentric museum curator and guardian of the local burying ground, hires Rianne to oversee projects for the village’s upcoming bicentennial celebrations. He shows her the damaged Victorian-era journal of the young woman who is buried beneath the graveyard’s most distinctive headstone. Alyda Teasdale was seventeen and unmarried in 1897, the year she and her newborn baby died under mystifying circumstances.

Intrigued by the journal, Rianne carefully reconstructs its entries. She traces Alyda’s history as the young woman grieves the loss of her sea captain father, struggles against the dictates of her authoritarian stepfather, and experiences the euphoria of forbidden love. Owen Sweeney, citing a secret source, provides important details that are missing in the journal, but insists on controlling the project. Rianne turns to Ben Allenby, a childhood friend, for further help in piecing together Alyda’s tragic tale. He complicates Rianne’s task, however, by awakening feelings in her that have long been buried. Overwhelmed, Rianne begins seeing visions of a young Victorian-era woman. Has Alyda returned to help her in her quest, she wonders, or are the images creations of her own imagination?

In this compelling mystery tale, as Rianne uncovers the fate of a nineteenth-century woman and her baby, she discovers that even in heartbreak, life offers two constants: love and hope.


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By Cordelia Hare

It is the summer of 1972, and writer Rianne Tavener returns to the seaside village of Port Carlyle, Nova Scotia, her childhood home. Owen Sweeney, an eccentric museum curator and guardian of the local burying ground, hires Rianne to oversee projects for the village’s upcoming bicentennial celebrations. He shows her the damaged Victorian-era journal of the young woman who is buried beneath the graveyard’s most distinctive headstone. Alyda Teasdale was seventeen and unmarried in 1897, the year she and her newborn baby died under mystifying circumstances.

Intrigued by the journal, Rianne carefully reconstructs its entries. She traces Alyda’s history as the young woman grieves the loss of her sea captain father, struggles against the dictates of her authoritarian stepfather, and experiences the euphoria of forbidden love. Owen Sweeney, citing a secret source, provides important details that are missing in the journal, but insists on controlling the project. Rianne turns to Ben Allenby, a childhood friend, for further help in piecing together Alyda’s tragic tale. He complicates Rianne’s task, however, by awakening feelings in her that have long been buried. Overwhelmed, Rianne begins seeing visions of a young Victorian-era woman. Has Alyda returned to help her in her quest, she wonders, or are the images creations of her own imagination?

In this compelling mystery tale, as Rianne uncovers the fate of a nineteenth-century woman and her baby, she discovers that even in heartbreak, life offers two constants: love and hope.


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By Brent Douglas Dyck

When Mommy kisses her two children, Josh and Jess, goodbye and leaves for work, they think everything will be the same as always. But they could not be more wrong. Daddy is in charge and things are about to become anything but normal!

Voted Canada’s Best Bedtime Story by ParentsCanada magazine, this fun-filled tale shares what can happen when Daddy is in charge.


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