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Take it Off

by Corey Laine Hilton

Take It Off: Revelations of a Male Exotic Dancer is a unique and colourful biography of Corey Laine Hilton’s 25-year journey in the male exotic dance industry which brought him to the top of his industry in Canada and merges into his transition to a new world of dancing in the US. He reveals unknown truths about what it took to be an entertainer in Canada and the reality under the spotlight in the Southern US at one of the largest nightclubs in North America without political correctness or ideology. This is his raw truth based on his 10 core values and how he was able to overcome his self- worth struggle through introspection and authenticity which liberated him by taking off the layers long after he chose to put his clothes back on.

Coming January 18, 2022

Take it Off

Hungry To Be Me:

A Quest To Be My Own Hero

by Julie Gauthier

Ms. Gauthier vulnerably takes her reader through the brutal process of conquering her decades-long battle with eating disorders-this memoir is extraordinarily honest and real. Her imagery of a white horse continuously escaping a pack of wolves determined to eat her as prey is nothing short of brilliant. Along with these poetic mini-fables, she strategically imbeds past journal entries in each chapter eloquently emphasizing her struggle within a decades-long quest of becoming her own hero.

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She Changed Me: 

One Ordeal;

Two Perspectives

by Candace & Mike Chisholm

This book chronicles the lessons the two learned while helping to support their then 18 month old granddaughter, Elara, and her parents during her life threatening bout with cancer. Don't worry, the story has a happy ending, but the journey that took the couple away from their home for nearly 5 months in 2020 contained many events that would change how they would live their lives forever.

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She Changed Me

I Almost Lost My Marbles ...

Until I Didn't

by Dorri Warga

I Almost Lost My Marbles…Until I Didn’t

is a story of a mother and wife who walked

through the open doors

the universe provided and accepted the grace

of all the angels

who appeared before her,

beating all the odds that came her way.

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I Almost Lost My Marbles 

In Repair:

From Existing

to Living

by Sarah Lynn

This collection of poetry is divided into three parts taking Sarah Lynn from Existing to Living. Each volume works through the author's various struggles, thoughts, and victories while sharing her deep, meaningful emotions. This book is about growth, about blooming into a human fully capable of experiencing all of what life brings.

Sarah Lynn has a poetry disorder. She used to have a rather strange personality disorder but through therapy and a strong affection for her cat she’s been able to create this reflective and provocative collection. Her acknowledgement of the power of the printed word has driven her to capture and paint scenes of emotional landscapes that are very familiar places for many young women. Sarah has documented her journey in a courageous and honest style that beckons you to take a breath and read on! It is said that great poetry is able to unlock the door. Sarah’s poetry knocks on the door, works the key in the lock, and turns on the light.

~Dave Crowe

In Repair:

Creative Healing

Through Transformation: Conversations With My Soul

by Donna Fitzgerald & Tana Heminsley

Donna Fitzgerald and Tana Heminsley combine their expertise and experience to create a compassionate step-by-step process utilizing the empowering tools of self-awareness and journaling. This self-guide workbook supports caregivers seeking authentic self-discovery and ease before, during, and after caring for their loved one.

I applaud the authors for this beautiful healing book that could only have been written by someone who has successfully navigated the lived experience of major loss and change in life direction. The frameworks and exercises in this book provide really practical stepping stones for the reader through this difficult and uncharted territory – a route that enables the reader to realize the power of emotional intelligence, spirituality and authenticity to successfully transcend the most profoundly difficult life experiences. I urge anyone who has suffered such a life changing loss to use this highly empowering and insightful guide to navigate towards a place of healing for the mind and soul.

~Mike Fitzpatrick,

Physician and Chief of Staff, KHSC Kingston, Ontario, Canada

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Creative Healing Through Transformation:

A Child's Nightcap:

My Soul's Survival Story

by Maureen Rooney

A Child's Nightcap is a story of resilience through addiction,

survival of violence, healing from trauma, and

forgiveness for those who created secrets well-hidden

behind closed doors.

Maureen debuts her work as a non-fiction writer by providing a disturbingly intimate insight into the frightful world of domestic child abuse that

no court transcript, Crown brief or police testimony could

possibly describe or give justice to.

~Robert Thomas,

Detective, Toronto Police Service

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Stranger in the Mirror:

The Search for Me

by Erin LeBlanc

This memoir provides amplified inspiration of resilience for anyone moving through adversity. Erin LeBlanc describes the highs and lows of her journey of self-discovery, putting the pieces of the puzzle that is her life together to form her authentic self. She shares knowledge, tools, and practices as an emotional survival guide based on her experience for those living with Gender Dysphoria, their family and friends, supporters and allies, and the transgender and LGBTQ+ community. As a human advocate, Erin shows the world how to take the stigma out of transitioning while showing up committing to living life as her authentic self.

A portion of all books sales will be donated to

TransFamily Kingston

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