The inspiring transformation and heart-warming stories told in Stories Inked are almost all inextricably linked to the transformative work of ORT. The stories tell much about the human spirit, how given an opportunity it can soar above a past that tried to obliterate it.Read More
Two Holocaust survivors that cross paths, fall in love and start a family together.Read More
Family Ties: Memories, Poetry, and Good Food is a perfect gift for any family member, young or old. It is a moving collection of short stories, poems and recipes about family ties. It is truly a loving tribute to family and good times. Read this warm and inviting book aloud at the dining room table with the whole family. It will make young and old laugh and cry.Read More
Destination Cuba is a wonderful Cuba memoir by world traveller Richard M. Grove. It is a socially enlightening, sometimes funny, always interesting. President of the Canada Cuba Literary Alliance, Richard has travelled and taught in Cuba for 20 years.Read More
Title – Trapped In Paradise: Views of My Cuba Author – Richard M. Grove Genre – Short Stories / Memoir / Canadian ISBN – 978-1-897475-57-7 Pages – 150 Retail Price – $15.95 Distributors – CND – Hidden Brook Distribution Free Shipping http://www.hiddenbrookpress.com/hidden-brook-distribution/ – USA – Ingram – To set up an...Read More
Bitches With Problems interrogates with wisdom, joy, and a true sense of how to create self-preservation within a poetic memoir form. Ranging from engaging poetry to direct tell-all memories of past escapades, Bridget Ryan takes her reader on a ride they will never forget.Read More
‘Window Fishing: The Night we caught Beatlemania’ is so populare it is now in the third edition with new stories, poems and essays. It will be cherished by anyone that lived in the Beatles eara or wants to understand the significance of the pop fanomenon called Beatlemania.Read More
Like a semi-autobiographical novel in over forty chapters, the stories that make up ‘A Mad Bent Diva’ range from intimate portraits of a queer childhood, to lengthy narratives about a group of friends who engage in annual holidays at a favourite beach property where ‘bitchiness’ prevails, carnal knowledge raises its frequently campy head, and life affirming camaraderie reigns supreme.Read More
The mystique of the Antarctic enthralls everyone, but few dare venture to its icy shores. But for those who do, a myriad of questions arise – what do I wear? What will I do? What will I see? How do I prepare? Geoff Carpentier, a veteran expedition guide, brings you his knowledge and experience through the pages of this fun and informative guide.Read More
A marvellous family friendly book that will lift your spirits. Once Upon a Sandbox, by C. R. Wilker, is a warm and gentle memoir about family life on a farm. It is about the farm and the individuals, the personalities, and the ties that bind them to each other.Read More
Grandfather, Father and Me:
Memories, Poetry, and Good Food
is a perfect gift for any father or grandfather, in fact any family member.
It is a moving collection of short stories, poems and recipes about
grandfathers and fathers and men of influence. It is truly a loving tribute.
Read this warm and inviting book aloud at the dining room table with the whole family.
It will make young and old laugh and cry.
It will make a fine gift that will give joy for years to come.
It is a loving tribute to our Grandfathers and fathers for their fostering, nurturing, cherishing, for their encouragement.Read More
Grandmother, Mother and Me
Memories, Poetry, and Good Food
is a perfect gift for any mother or grandmother. It is a touching collection of short stories, poems and recipes about grandmothers and mothers. It is truly a loving tribute.
Read this warm and inviting book aloud at the dining room table with the whole family. It will make young and old laugh and cry.
It will make a fine Christmas gift that will give joy
for years to come.Read More
Celebrating Christmas with… Memories, Poetry, and Good Food is a tradition-filled book of memories in prose, poetry and recipes. Read this book aloud at the dining room table with the whole family. It will make young and old laugh and cry.Read More
I like books that open new worlds for me. This is one. It will take you on a tour of the weird and wonderful world of hippies—not as seen by an outsider or imagined by us ordinary people, but as remembered by a genuine draft-resisting, love-making, pot-smoking 1960s hippie.
Things like that couldn’t happen today. The world has changed. I remember going to a love-in on a California beach in 1966, where the security was provided by the Hells Angels and everything went swimmingly. Even with the brutality of the Vietnam War in the background, in some ways our society was more innocent then.Read More