Born in Lahore in present-day Pakistan, Balwant Bhaneja grew up in the exiled Sindhi Hindu community of Delhi, before emigrating to Canada. Troubled Pilgrimage is his account of a journey to his ancestral Sindh in Pakistan. This account is at once a meditation on exile, home, and identity, and on being a modern Canadian, as it is a journey into the enchanting, mystical land that was lost to his people at the Partition. #ebook #memoir #travel
Cease by Lynette Loeppky - LOVE IN A TIME OF CRISIS "It would be one thing for me to leave, another entirely for her to be taken away." Cease, the tough-and-tender debut memoir from Alberta writer Lynette Loeppky tells the story of a young woman who has decided to leave an eight-year relationship.
The past sits uneasily on the characters of these stories, whether on their native Isabella Island or in Montreal, where some of them now live. Life is ultimately lived according to the choices that were made, and retribution does not always go where it belongs. In his quiet and subtle way, Thomas continues to bring alive a Caribbean island, giving depth and complexity to its characters. #ebook #shortstories
This Location of Unknown Possibilities, by Brett Grubisic (Now or Never Publishing) http://www.amazon.ca/Location-Possibilities-Brett-Josef-Grubisic/dp/1926942604/?keywords=this+location+of+unknown+possibilities+grubisicqid=1402413481ref=sr_1_1ie=UTF8sr=8-1