The narrative poetry takes you on a nostalgic ride of childhood innocence with When Kids fall in Love and walks you through teenage love with Be with me, stay with me. You try to walk a little further but you can’t Escape the Silent Story and the Guilt that reminds you of your past. Chances that you failed to take and a question that always prevailed in your head - What if I had? Every day struggles with your inner-self and the reality of being stuck as a Corporate Slave. But what if that is not what you want, not something you planned and one final day you decide to change your path? It is a journey of listening to your heart, finding yourself an inspiration and how important it is to keep fighting a little longer every time.
Mike Filey’s "The Way We Were" column in the Toronto Sun continues to be one of the paper’s most popular features. In Toronto Sketches Filey brings together some of the best of his columns. Each column looks at Toronto as it was, and contributes to our understanding of how Toronto became what it is. Illustrated with photographs of the city’s people and places of the past, Toronto Sketches is a nostalgic journey for the long-time Torontonian, and a voyage of discovery for the newcomer.
A beautiful romance about fate and finding happiness, from the Number One bestseller What if you had a second chance at first love? Susannah and Rob were childhood sweethearts. But as with most early love affairs, they broke up, moved on and now find themselves in very different places. And not entirely happy - who is? A chance meeting between them sends shockwaves through their lives. What happens when your first love makes a surprise reappearance? Is fate telling you it's time for a second chance . . . or should you simply walk away and let the past become ancient history? But Susannah and Rob just aren't able to forget the way they were . . . and the world is about to discover the consequences of their reunion. 'Impossible to finish without tears streaming down your face' Daily Express **Elizabeth Noble's gloriously uplifting new novel, Letters to Iris, is out now!**
Release on 2001-02-22 | by Mark Kozub,Janice Kozub
Glimpses of the Way We Were
Author: Mark Kozub,Janice Kozub
Before becoming the oil capital of the nation, Calgary was a nineteenth-century boomtown in the heart of Alberta. The roots of great prosperity were growing, despite the fact that politicians and the general public believed the West was best left to the trapper and trader. Nurtured by a sense of vision and the sweat of good old-fashioned hard work, Calgary grew, and has now blossomed into a world-class cosmopolitan city noted for its burgeoning oil and gas industry, its famed Calgary Zoo, and of course, the Stampede.A Calgary Album is a sentimental journey into a cattle town that grew to be so much more. Through sixty-five glorious black and white photographs and engaging storytelling, the authors take the reader back to the time of the "real" cowboys, to the days when the streetcar seemed like science fiction, through the Depression, the great wars, the times of boom, bust, and recovery. We revisit the movers, the shakers, and the honourable everyday people who turned this "cow town" into a city worth bragging about.
Paul Burrell served Diana, Princess of Wales, as her faithful butler from 1987 until her death in 1997. He was much more than an employee: he was her right-hand man, confidant, and friend whom Diana herself described as "the only man she ever trusted." Featuring previously unseen interior photographs and remarkably intimate details, The Way We Were flings open the doors to Kensington Palace, leading readers deep inside the private world of Princess Diana—room by room, memory by memory. Marking the tenth anniversary of the princess’s death, Burrell has penned a faithful and poignant tribute to "the boss"—capturing as never before her vivacity and love of life, her style, her fashion, and her heart. Some images that appeared in the print edition of this book are unavailable in the electronic edition due to rights reasons.
In The Way We Were, Maeve Haran shows that we don't have to always do what's expected of us, no matter what age we are. Love can be full of surprises. Rachel is a promising A-level student - until she falls for sexy, dangerous Marko; Mr Darcy with a nose stud. Her mother, Catherine, is trying to be a good parent and work colleague - but wishes the attentions of her attractive boss didn't suddenly seeming so alluring. Grandmother Lavinia is certain of her values, protecting the country village she loves from change - until the return of a long-lost love reminds her that life moves on, for people as well as places. Is it too late for Lavinia to embrace change and find happiness? After all these years - and a lifetime divided by convention - could they really throw other people's expectations to the wind and be the way they were?