The life of WWII soldier and POW Joseph Kearney is honoured in a new and painstakingly researched work.
For authors Frank Galgay and Donna Adams, their latest project has been a long time coming.
A culmination of years of research, Joseph Kearney and the Hunt for Rommel is now available
Retired RCMP Superintendent William C. Malone recalls his year in Afghanistan in his 2018 tell-all book
In his 2018 book Cops in Kabul: A Newfoundland Peacekeeper in Afghanistan, retired RCMP Superintendent William C. Malone gives a thrilling personal account of his time in Kabul, Afghanistan, where he was stationed
Local culinary nutrition expert and holistic nutritional consultant Jessica Mitton gets creative with NL eats in Some Good: Nutritious Newfoundland Dishes
Have you ever found yourself dying for a plate for jiggs? Some toutons or maybe some of nans seafood chowder? Have you ever worried of the guilt of
Author Helen Cleary Escott shares the dark, yet touching, motivation behind her latest creation, Operation Wormwood
Helen Cleary Escott is known for her Blog I’m Funny Like That. Later turned into a book of the same name, Escott seemed to take her light-hearted thoughts on the mundane and captured them
Karen Silver entertains and educates with her Newfoundland centered children’s series, Come On We Goes
When avid writer and journalist Karen Silver decided to write a children’s book, she knew she wanted to do something different. Not the carbon copied, parodied Doctor Seuss knockoff or paint-by-numbers toddler 10 pager,
By: Danette Dooley
Author, professor and historian, Gerhard Bassler aims to show Newfoundlanders and Labradorians a forgotten, but significant part of their history with his new works.
People who bought Gerhard Bassler’s book Escape Hatch will want to pick up his latest release Develop or Perish (Flanker Press 2017).