Where the Land Meets the Sea (a novel)
Sometimes blood isn’t always thicker than saltwater.
Remi Randell is trying to suffer through her last year of high school without causing too much trouble, enjoying what little time she has left on The Rock with her friends. Keeping her head down as to try to not draw the attention of her eldest brother, she struggles with old family wounds outside of her control and being the family outcast.
Alex Randell spends every waking moment trying to punish his sister for a
decision that tore his family apart when he was just twelve years old, tossing their father and brothers in the middle of their fights and interfering in her everyday life. Despite the hate he harbours for his sister, something keeps nagging him to keep a close eye on her.
In a place where everyone is considered “your buddy” and your best friends are family, why can’t Remi and Alex learn to love each other when family is supposed to be everything? And with Remi harbouring dark secrets and Alex too blinded by anger to notice, can a family filled with hurt, secrets, and lies finally remember who knitted them before it’s too late?
Lemonade Stand (The i’Mpossible Project)
Storytelling is one of our oldest and greatest human achievements. Stories can enchant, empower, inspire, motivate, and even change the course of humankind. The i’Mpossible Project’s Lemonade Stand, offers another 20 life-changing stories.
These stories and storytellers in Lemonade Stand are full of heart and are the definition of courage. Inside you’ll find a transforming look at a young woman who was assaulted by her best friend, a father navigating raising newborn triplets, and a man who lost his eyesight in a tragic accident and proved that you don’t need eyes to truly see. When life gives you lemons, squeeze, add sugar and pick up a copy of The i’Mpossible Project’s Lemonade Stand.