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Patricia St. Arnaud and Tessa St. Arnaud

Discover Authors Patricia St. Arnaud & Tessa St. Arnaud

Patricia St. Arnaud and Tessa St. Arnaud  wrote They Call Me Slim available on PageMasterPublishing.ca. It is  a captivating true story of one man’s struggles with obesity Patricia St. Arnaud is a Canadian author with a varied educational and work background. She holds not only a MBA in Community Economic Development, CMA in Certified Management […]

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audrey reid

Discover Author Audrey Weldon Reid

Audrey Weldon Reid is author of Bright Baubles, Tarnished Trickets. It’s available on PageMasterPublishing.ca Audrey Reid received her BEd in 1949 and MEd in and 1971 from the University of Alberta. Audrey taught English at Alberta College until she retired in 1989. She now devotes her time to writing stories about her life in Alberta […]

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Allan Nessel

Discover Author Allan E Nessel

Allan E Nessel is author of Biography of a Bonehead available on PageMasterPublishing.ca He said this about his book. “This is a collection of events, happenings and misfortune, which I endured over my life and which eliminated the possibility of recognition or any acclaim. I like to see the humorous side of life and by […]

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A Search for Two Quarters by Elizabeth McBain

Discover Author Elizabeth McBain

Elizabeth McBain is author of A Search for Two Quarters it is a book about one Hollander’s adventures in a young Canada. It is available on PageMasterPublishing.ca Named after Geertruida Helena Elizabeth, her maternal grandmother, Elizabeth (van der Lee) McBain was born in 1920 and raised on the family farm near Chipman, Alberta. She came […]

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those Darn Whiteside Kids by Ruth Furseth

Just Published! Those Darn Whiteside Kids

THOSE DARN WHITESIDE KIDS contains delightful snapshots into the history and experiences of life in young Alberta, before telephones and television. Canadian author Ruth Furseth, shares stories of growing up in a family of twelve children. Her stories have equal parts of laugh-out-loud humour and piercing grief as you join her at the table and […]

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