Margaret Budd served as a Methodist Missionary in China from 1947 to 1949 during the Communist takeover and then in India from 1949 to 1971. One Woman’s Pilgrimage is her memoir of life as a Missionary. She chronicles the day to day experiences of Miss... show more
“I wrote Welcome to the Jungle because it's the book I should have been given when I was diagnosed." Bipolar disorder is one of the most commonly diagnosed psychiatric conditions among teens and twentysomethings, yet there are few books out there writt... show more
On St Stephen’s Day 1960 Dónal Donnelly made his dramatic escape from the prison known as 'Europe’s Alcatraz’. Three years earlier, the teenage Dónal had been convicted of membership of the IRA in the first year of 'Operation Harvest’. He was sentenced... show more
Ten years after her heartwarming book, Natasha's Joy, Terri Godwin reflects on how the ultimate sacrifice to save her sister Natasha's life by donating a kidney to her transformed both their lives.
This new book shares stories about living with, "Joy... show more
One hundred years ago, a young doctor from Cleveland by the name of Robert Newcomb, travelled north to a place called Temagami. It was as far north as one could travel by any modern means. Beautiful beyond any simple expletive, the Temagami wilderness ... show more
A human story of a marriage and a family coming to terms with frailty and loss, this memoir gives friends and others who want to help a caregiver what they have long wished for: a place to start. Barbara Roy writes, "Every caregiver's story is highly p... show more