Alan Frew from Glass Tiger, broadcast hall of fame recipient Bill Brady and celebrated motivational speaker John Davidson have each turned to Binea Press for their publishing needs. In addition to publishing, we offer complete online and bookstore sales and fulfillment services, as well as E-Publishing and audio books.

motivational Portfolio

The Action Sandwich – Lessons from a Tour Bus

Photography by Alan Frew

Softcover | 210 Pages

Motivational, autobiographical, hilarious! Five time Juno award winner and Grammy nominee, Alan Frew of Glass Tiger, gives a Lesson From the Tour Bus as he shares his view that abundance is for everyone in this practical, witty, street-savvy story, The Action Sandwich – a six step recipe for success by doing exactly what you are already doing.

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The Action Sandwich - Lessons from a Tour Bus - By Alan Frew

And Then I Wrote

Photography by Bill Brady
Foreword by Victor Garber

Softcover | 302 Pages
ISBN 978-0-98129993-2-7

This is a brilliant collection of Bill Brady’s London Free Press Columns, with proceeds going to The Alzheimer Society of London and Middlesex.

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The Right Road

Photography by John Davidson

Softcover | 230 Pages
ISBN 978-0-9812993-5-8

The Right Road is an adventure story, a story of courage and determination, the story of a dream and how to make it come true. What makes a 52-year old man so committed to a dream that he would decide to try to walk across Canada? The answer is love for his son. John Davidson was no stranger to long-distance walking. In 1995, he pushed his 15-year-old son Jesse in a wheelchair more than 3,300 kilometres across Ontario, an arduous trek they called Jesse’s Journey. Their goal was to raise money for research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a fatal disorder Jesse was diagnosed with when he was six. In 1998, with the same goal in mind, John took on an even greater challenge – a solo walk from one side of Canada to the other. In The Right Road you will read how he took the first steps of this 8,300-kilometre journey exactly 50 years from the day he arrived in Canada when he was two years old.

The Right Road