"Telegraph, when I joined it in 1941, was a technology that was simple, efficient, easily maintained, and fully capable of meeting its responsibilities; therefore, highly respected by the public it served. It was a world-wide service that did exactly what it said it would do, and was cheap enough most people could afford to use it."
Follow the continuing journey of Aaslan and his sister, Aisha, as they settle into life at home after their big adventures. Will they return to a normal life? Will their journey include doing as they are expected - or will hidden dangers forever linger?
Soon to be available on Amazon and in E-Book.
Get the whole series: A Journey of Brothers, Book I, and A Journey of Truth, Book II
Follow the continuing journey of Aaslan and his sister, Aisha, as they return to home life in the village of Bursa with their mother and father, and new friends. Will the aftermath of their Istanbul adventures have unforeseen consequences as they try to resume what was, all the while dreaming of what could have been? Is it possible to return to that normal life? Is it possible to let go of the fear?
Sean’s amazing invention could change the world, but limitations to what they can do with it leave them at a loss as to how they are able to right a wrong. Will they be able to use anything they find to convince anyone of the truth?
Available on Amazon
Soon to be released on E-Book
The struggle is not always about power... Martin Wells Jr.’s signature on a document signifies that it has undergone the rigorous scrutiny of research and public inquiry, and only then passing through the evidentiary hearing before the Power Commission. To some, his signature is synonymous with not only wealth, but power, too.
The Nakaka family arrives in Southern Alberta from the intern camps of Slocan BC to work for an Alberta sugar beet farmer, John Vilna. This is a play about hate and discrimination directed toward Japanese Canadian citizens during a time of fear and unknowing. The year is 1942.
ATTENTION: Some scenes contain blatant and offensive acts of discrimination.
I am Edmonton...
"We are Edmonton. We are strong. We are able and advanced. We have mastered much of the physical … now we have the opportunity to avail ourselves to a spiritual power source. Wisdom dictates that we utilize all of the energies available to us in order to maximize our continued influential existence.
Barbie-Jo Smith is a story teller who paints exquisite pictures with her words.
Whether it be through raw emotion that tugs at your heartstrings
or hilarious humor about the lighter side of life,
she leaves you wanting more.
Because she writes about experiences we have all had,
you come away with a feeling
BJ has a great day on the fishing boat, Cee-Jay, but after reeling in a few fish of his own, he wonders why Grandpa hasn't caught any fish. He decides his Grandpa needs fishing lessons, which is one way to get a second day on the boat when they were only supposed to have one! Tom Dirsa shares tales of his grandson's life growing up through simple adventures and heartwarming true stories. This full color book is sure to be a hit with any grandfather, father, or son who loves fishing.