YA/Historical/Biographical Fiction

Rise! A Girl's Struggle for More by Diann Floyd Boehm

ISBN: 978-1-989833-11-7

and

ISBN: 978-1-989833-13-1 (dyslexia-friendly version)

October 20, 2021


"You will fall in love with Ruby and her dream to be educated and have a career in the 1920s. Boehm beautifully captures the changing times of a horse and buggy town, with the arrival of automobiles, new dress styles, and courtships."

Kathy Dupee, Curator and Founder, Oilton Historical Society

Memoir

By the Light of the Crescent Moon by Ailsa Keppie

ISBN: 978-1-989833-09-4

August 26, 2021


"In her lyrical memoir, Ailsa takes us on a sensual, transcultural journey as she weaves the call of Islam with the sultry heat of Morocco, infusing it with deep personal insight and compassion."

Barry Carl, CCEP, EMM, CSB, CSSE



Memoir (Spanish)

Dando voz a mi silencio (Giving Voice to My Silence

by Montaha Hidefi

ISBN: 978-1989833-18-6 (paperback)

ISBN: 978-1-989833-20-9 (ebook)

December 17, 2021


“Este libro se lee maravillosamente. Me encanta el tono. La profundidad de los detalles es rica y evocadora. El ritmo avanza, pero se detiene donde es necesario, cuando la autora explora el pasado. La emoción es tan fuerte y palpable que la autora lleva al lector con ella a través de su historia”.
Levin Chin, diseñador, investigador, Basilea, Suiza


Children's Picture Book

Timothy Titus Terrance O'Toole and the Dragon

by Jackie Arnason

ISBN: 978-1-989833-14-8 (paperback)

ISBN: 978-1-989833-15-5 (hard cover)

December 1, 2021


"This book will spark imagination and creativity in children. This is a great book for teachers to read to their students when encouraging them to come up with ideas for writing their own short stories."

Chelsea Sneep, Preschool & Early Learning Teacher

Titles Released in 2021 

Women's Fiction

The Healing by Lynda Faye Schmidt

ISBN: 978-1-989833-06-3

April 23, 2001


"One woman's powerful journey of transformation. A  lesson to us all to set anchor, to rise again and again, and not to be swallowed into the belly of profound trauma."

Anne Pybus, MSc, Registered Psychologist