Books coming soon
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As each book becomes available for pre-order, we move it over to the catalog.
Check back regularly, as we add titles and covers as soon as they are available..
Enslavers of the Maritimes - Brenda J. Thompson's latest exploration into a darker part of Maritime history.
#JourneysEnd - Darryl Whetter's collection of poetry on getting there, and getting home again.
Tight Lines - Bill Curry's memoir of a life as a fly fisherman, replete with colour photos and guidance.
The Light of Day - Trena Christie-MacEachern's novel about a Maggie MacDonald's quest to find her place in the world.
Joy of Looking: tracking down Nova Scotia's wildflowers - Bruce Partridge writes about the flora of Nova Scotia, and how we know what we know about it. Profusely illustrated.
We Have a Child for You - Kay Foster-Alfred's memoir of fostering children in rural Nova Scotia.
Moose Country Doggerel: the tale of a blockade - Nina Newington's Seussian retelling of how an intrepid band tried to block the clear-cutting of forest essential to moose and other species. Illustrated by Rebekah Wetmore.
Doctor Dee - Jeremy Akerman's spooky tale of a connection between a modern actor and an ancient alchemist.
5ive: the Collective - a celebration of the art of The Artists Way Collective.
The Best of the Kings Shorts - The full scripts of more than twenty prize-winning scripts from the King's Shorts Festival of One-Act Plays, to celebrate more than two decades of short, punchy theatre.
The Wish Doctor - a fantastical adventure from Mark Shupe.
Traitors, Cannibals, Highlanders, and Vikings - Carolyn Nicholson, author of William Forsyth: land of hopes and dreams, delves further into family history.
Seven Crows a Secret Never to be Told - Vernon Oickle's "Crows" series keeps on growing.
Tough All Over - Book Two in Rhoda C. Hill's romance series, The Love Shack.
The Farmer, the Squire, the Doctor and the Deacon - D. S. M. Rogers tells a story set among the "Betsey" people, the first European settlers in the Pictou region, in the 18th century.
Take the Long Way Home - Gen X-er Larry Peach's memoir of a meandering journey to find himself at anchor on the Clare Acadian Shore.
Birchtown: the lost settlement - Micha Cromwell and Brenda Thompson explore the history of the African-Nova Scotian settlement of Birchtown.
The Rising Villages - Brenda J. Thompson's history of Perotte Settlement and Lake LaRose.
Our first large-print edition will be of Laura Churchill Duke's Two Crows Sorrow.
Our first audio book will be Angel Flanagan's Lost and Found.