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Blake “Crash” Priddle describes his experiences growing up as a young autistic man in Canada, from early childhood to his success as a radio host.
Irish-born Alan Corcoran challenges himself to running thirty-five marathons in thirty-five consecutive days in honor of his father who has suffered a debilitating stroke.
A detailed, autobiographical account of one woman’s weight-loss transformation complete with meal guides and recipes.
A candid career retrospective that just so happens to reveal the twenty-two ‘ingredients’ to a renowned stylist’s secret formula for success.
THE OTTAWA WAY: Guilty by Gender in Canada’s Capital by Demetrios (Jim) Angelis explores the traumatic results of remaining with unhealthy partners and suffering domestic...
First-time author Glen Riddick shares stories from his time riding an e-bike to work through the Australian countryside in THREE MONTHS ON AN E-BIKE.