Category Archives: Books

CBC Radio Information Morning interview with Jonna Brewer – April 1, 2024

I was happy to welcome CBC Information Morning Moncton host Jonna Brewer to my kitchen recently. We made potato pancakes from page 91 of Acadian Recipes and More – Volume 1. The piece aired on the Easter Monday Information Morning show for the Maritimes on Monday, April 1. The book recently hit the 1,000+ sales mark in its first month of release. 🙂 Click here to listen to the interview.

To purchase from Amazon Canada (paperback and Kindle ebook): https://amzn.to/48zfyAX. To purchase from Amazon USA (paperback and ebook): https://amzn.to/48zUN8c. To purchase the Kobo ebook version on the Kobo website: https://bit.ly/43fLNUI. (Please note that the print version is only available through Amazon.)

CBC Radio Shift interview with Brian Cormier re: Acadian Recipes and More – Volume 1

Thanks to Vanessa Vander Valk of CBC Radio’s Shift for today’s interview about my new recipe book, Acadian Recipes and More – Volume 1.

Click here to listen to the interview.

To purchase from Amazon Canada (paperback and Kindle ebook): https://amzn.to/48zfyAX. To purchase from Amazon USA (paperback and ebook): https://amzn.to/48zUN8c. To purchase the Kobo ebook version on the Kobo website: https://bit.ly/43fLNUI. (Please note that the print version is only available through Amazon.)

ANNOUNCEMENT: The next two editions of Acadian Recipes and More will be released in June and September.

The next two editions of Acadian Recipes and More will be released in June and September! Volume 2 comes out in June and the collection of recipes has begun. (YES – poutine râpée will be in that one.) A special holiday edition featuring your family-favourite celebration recipes will be out in September (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, birthdays, potlucks, etc.)

If you want to preserve your family recipes, I would love to include them in the book. If one of your recipes is chosen, you get a free book when it’s released!

• Recipes can be submitted via email to brian@briancormier.com.
• Recipes can be in the text of the email (typed), scanned or photos of handwritten recipes.
• No recipes under copyright are admissable (i.e. No, you can’t copy something from Martha Stewart’s cookbook and send it in, even if it’s a family favourite of yours.)
• You can also mail in recipes. Just message me for my mailing address.
• The recipes don’t have to be specifically “Acadian” but can reflect your own traditions.

Be part of this #1 bestselling series and share your delicious family recipes for others to enjoy!

Acadian Recipes and More – Volume 1: Available now!

I’m thrilled to announce that my very first book is now available for purchase! Acadian Recipes and More – Volume 1 is a compilation of recipes gathered from members of the Acadian Poutine Râpée Facebook Group and elsewhere. Here, you will find more than 100 recipes – many of which are family recipes that are impossible to find! Enjoy the extra bonuses of exclusive recipes from Marven’s Biscuits and Cy’s Seafood Restaurant, too! Click on the link to buy! An ebook version will also be available in the next day or so. Click here to purchase!

Humanity at Work by Moncton author Pierre Battah wins gold at Nautilus Book Awards

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May 28, 2021
For immediate release

Humanity at Work by Moncton author Pierre Battah wins gold at Nautilus Book Awards

MONCTON, N.B. – Humanity at Work, Leading for Better Relationships and Results, published by Los Angeles-based LifeTree Media, an imprint of Wonderwell, recently won the gold medal at the prestigious U.S. Nautilus Book Awards in the Business andLeadership-Small Press category. The book is written by leadership and workplace specialist Pierre Battah of Moncton, N.B., and was released in the fall of 2020.

For the past 22 years, the Nautilus Book Awards has continued to gain prestige with authors and publishers around the world as it seeks, recognizes, honours, celebrates and promotes print books that inspire and connect our lives as individuals, families, communities and global citizens.

Dedicated to excellence and the highest literary standards, Nautilus looks for exceptional literary contributions to spiritual growth, green values and sustainability, high-level wellness, responsible leadership and positive social change and social justice, as well as to the worlds of art, creativity and inspirational reading for children, teens and young adults.

Past Nautilus winners include Jeremy Rifkin, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Barbara Kingsolver, Deepak Chopra, Judy Collins, Eckhart Tolle, Rhonda Byrne, Thich Nhat Hanh, Naomi Wolf and others representing more than 20 countries.

In the book, Mr. Battah acts as a virtual mentor, drawing on his decades-long experience as advisor to large and small organizations. Through colourful and entertaining case studies ranging from fish-packing plants to financial institutions, Battah illustrates what it means to lead with humanity. In the book, readers learn why human connection is a crucial component of the employment relationship; how to delegate responsibility, set expectations, and give and receive feedback more effectively; and how cultivating self-awareness can create safe space in which to engage staff.

“I share this prize with the many who told me their stories and lessons, with my clients and colleagues and my unwaveringly supportive entourage of friends and family,” Mr. Battah says. “Most notably, I am forever grateful to my publisher Maggie Langrick, founder and CEO of Wonderwell, my long-suffering editor Don Loney from the Loney Publishing Group, Kathryn Basham and the creative geniuses at BrainWorks, and of course Mary Belknap Ph.D. and the team of Nautilus reviewers, judging panel and staff who bring us Better Books for a Better World.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the print, e-book and soon-to-be-released Humanity at Work audiobook goes to Plan International Canada, an organization that does so much for young women and girls in underserved parts of the world.

“I’m partial to Plan International Canada’s Gifts of Hope program and gifting goats,” Mr. Battah says. “Goat’s milk means important protein for growing children, especially girls. The sale of offspring means an income to pay for essentials, such as an education. This opens up opportunities for girls. It’s only seems fitting that ‘Nautilus’ the baby goat will soon find her way to a village in Cameroon or Zambia to commemorate Humanity at Work receiving the Nautilus Book Award.”

Humanity at Work, Leading for Better Relationships and Results is available in bookstores and online retailers.

Complete list of 2020 Gold Medal Nautilus Book Award winners: bit.ly/2Rd8SHd

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Media contact:

Pierre Battah
pierre@pierrebattah.com