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Celebrating Women’s HERstory Month!

It’s International Women’s History Month, and we’re raising a toast to our incredible women and their herstories!

Let’s take a moment to shine the spotlight to the remarkable achievements of our talented women authors who continue to inspire us with their incredible stories.

Blaise Hunter

Blaise is a writer, multi-award-winning humanitarian, international speaker, fertility expert, certified human rights advocate, Mother of Purpose, and Breaker of Chains. Her mission is to heal with her humanity.

Every day we experience assumptions, conflict, triggers, and disconnect, but we never really hone our communication skills. Blaise Hunter, the author of Heroine: Embrace Your Flaws & Own Your Awesome, takes you on a journey of becoming a Captain Communicator.

Rita Kakati-Shah

Rita is a three-time winner of the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and the recipient of multiple international awards in recognition of advancing gender equality, diversity, and inclusion, and empowering women, girls, and youth around the world.

The Goddess of Go-Getting tells the compelling story of Rita’s journey with candor and authority as she calls for policy and societal changes that support the backbone of the economy.

Elaine Alec

Elaine served a three-year term as the Union of BC Indian Chief’s Women’s Representative. She is an advocate for women and girls, facilitator of healing circles and mediator for highly sensitive issues that occur as a result of multigenerational trauma.

Elaine penned the book Calling My Spirit Back. These stories are teachings, prophecies and protocols shared throughout the years by Elders, language speakers, medicine people and helpers. They have been the foundation to individual healing and learning self-love.

Angela Campagnoni

Angela has been honoured with a prestigious award as one of Atlantic Canada’s 25 Most Powerful Women in Business, 2023!

I Want to See my Papa is a heartfelt story to help children deal with loss and grief through healing, love and, most of all, learning that our loved ones are carried with us always in our hearts.

Karen Harmon

Karen Hamon is a wife, mother, fitness instructor, and special-needs teaching assistant in the city of North Vancouver.

Karen is the author of three award-winning memoirs, Looking for Normal, Where is My Happy Ending? A Journey of No Regrets, and Fat and Beautiful: A Story of Love, Pain, and Courage. Class of ’78 is Karen’s fourth book and her first novel.

Karen Cumming

Karen is one of six Canadians who have made the shortlist for a chance to hitch a one-way ride to Mars as part of the Mars One mission.

Karen’s career in education took her to a dozen secondary schools in Ontario, Canada. Thanks to her work on the frontlines, she learned a lot about what we aren’t teaching our children. That experience gave birth to this book, her second non-fiction title. Her first, The Indispensable Survival Guide to Ontario’s Long-term Care System (created with her sister, Patricia Milne) debuted in 2019.

Neena Paul

The author is the founder and director of a global platform for mental health and wellness called ONELIVELOVELIFE. Her endeavor is to leave a legacy of teaching people how to live and love their lives.

She authored the books DIL: Deeply in Love, attempting to help all people in the entire world, irrespective of age, to connect with their own self, and LIV: Life in Virtue, which attempts to help people connect with themselves first, in order to connect with the world they live in.

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