The Fertility Cave

We pulled into a makeshift parking lot in the middle of a huge herd of sheep. There were two or three cars, but not a cave or another person in sight. We watched the sheep for a...

Out of Zion Meeting Jesus in the Shadow of the Mormon Temple

Imagine what might happen if the solid foundation of what you believe suddenly begins to shake . . .That's exactly what happened to Lisa Brockman, a six-generation Mormon with...

Steam Trains Today Riding the Heritage Railways of Britain

After the Beeching cuts of the 1960s, many railways were 'rationalised' and gradually shut down. Rural communities were isolated without ready access to the main lines and steam...

Gypsy Boy One Boy's Struggle to Escape from a Secret World

Mikey’s family were Gypsies. They live in a closed community and little is known about their way of life. As he didn’t go to school, the caravan became his world. But although...

Clubbie A Minor League Baseball Memoir

Greg Larson was a starry-eyed fan when he hurtled headfirst into professional baseball. As the new clubhouse attendant for the Aberdeen IronBirds, a Minor League affiliate of the...

Time to Heal Tales of a Country Doctor

Time to Heal tells the story of the colourful life of a country doctor towards the end of his career. In turn shocking, sad and funny, they describe a doctor who feels poorly...

Warning This is Not a Motivational Story

Warning: This book is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any of your problems.In actuality, this book expresses all of the problems I've encountered in my life...

The Luminous Solution

From the Stella Prize-winning author of The Natural Way of Things and The Weekend.In this essential, illuminating book, award-winning writer Charlotte Wood shares the insights she...

Holy Water in my Scotch

If you are looking for hope in the midst of life on life's terms today, this is the book for you. You will identify... no matter your gender, age, culture or stage of life, as...

A Class Act

‘Pacy, witty and affectionate’ GuardianRob Beckett never seems to fit in. At work, in the middle-class world of television and comedy, he’s the laddie, cockney geezer, but...

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