Filled with relatable yet unique stories of sibling rivalry, community, and coming-of-age lessons, Nut Bags and Num-Nums tells the story of a girl growing up on a Canadian cattle ranch in the 1970s and 1980s. With a mix of humour and poignancy, the author enlightens readers on how to dispatch a gopher, gut a chicken, and clean and cook prairie oysters. The book also pays homage to teachers and to Alberta's farmers and ranchers.
#1 Bestseller in "New Releases: Japan Travel" on Amazon.com February 2022
In March 1992, Lorna Stuber stepped off an Air Canada plane in Tokyo, and embarked on a three-year adventure in a country she had never even thought about visiting until six months prior. Teaching ESL in a suburb of Tokyo—sometimes charging her way ahead, at other times stepping meekly forward—she fumbled through linguistic and cultural hiccups such as eating sushi so fresh it was still twitching and getting attacked by a high-tech toilet.
Lorna Stuber outlines the strategies and tricks she has used for more than 30 years to become and remain debt-free and to make money management a rewarding challenge. She supplements these tips with personal anecdotes and examples, including how to maximize a Las Vegas jackpot win!
Starting your own business can be daunting and scary. It can also be exciting and rewarding. In this how-to book, freelance editor, writer, and ghostwriter Lorna Stuber draws on her experience of starting her successful business and advises new freelance editors, or those thinking of venturing down that path, on how to set up their own editing business.
Published in Boldface, the official blog of Editors Toronto, September 12, 2023
Published in The Hanna Sentinel, newspaper, September 6, 2023
Published in Canadian Running, magazine, May-June 2023
Published in WestWord, Volume 43 Number 1, January - March 2023 (Writers' Guild of Alberta)
Published in Gay Calgary, September 2016 Online
Published by the Alberta Teacher's Association in Alberta Voices, Volume 6, Number 2, 2007, Journal of the English Language Arts Council of the Alberta Teachers' Association — Darlene Turnbull, Editor
A contemporary novel about a professional mediator
A book about health for horses
YA fantasy/romance novel
Coming in 2024: a travel book/memoir about my ancestral connection to and the time I have spent in Germany
Coming in 2025: a book about my travels in Iceland