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Previously Published Books

Odysseya by Alexander Vassilieff

Odysseya

by Alexander Vassilieff

Memoir

An Epic Journey from Russia to Australia.
A family of Russian colonists settle and develop new extremities of Russia.

Dream Nemesis by Matthew Mason

Dream Nemesis

by Matthew Mason

Sci Fi
Thriller

Set twenty years in the future within a context of passion, action and ever present danger, the Dream Nemesis searches the depths of an arcane and mystic lode to inspire the creation of a dazzling future.

One Lady, Many Lives by Helen Holgar

One Lady, Many Lives

by Helen Holgar

Biographic
Memoir

Born in Poland, Helen Holgar was sixteen when WWII broke out. The brutality and restrictions that followed the 1939 German invasion had tragic consequences, yet through the turmoil she persevered with her studies and joined the Resistance.

To Hell and Back by Carolyn Pethick

To Hell and Back

by Carolyn Pethick

Memoir

The author self published this story and then reneged on payment for the service.

The Wilmont Chronicles by Paul Harrison

The Wilmont Chronicles

by Paul Harrison

Horror
Satire

Raised in a sheltered Christian family, sixteen year old schoolboy, Milton Taylor, is the 'perfect' son. In his final year at Wilmont Senior High, nothing could make his parents more proud than to see their son graduate.

Doing Us Slowly by Deb Campbell

Doing Us Slowly

by Deb Campbell

Ethics
Political Science

You might have thought there is a debate about voluntary euthanasia going on in Australia  — but you'd be wrong. 

The Apostles: A Personal Biography by Shontara

The Apostles: A Personal Biography

by Shontara

Spirituality

This is a snapshot biography of the Twelve and others, who wish to speak of their personal life as opposed to their religious affiliations with the man Jesus.

Love and the Fall of Rome by Devon Minchin

Love and the Fall of Rome

by Devon Minchin

Historical
Romance

The love stories in this book are woven into the politics of the Roman Empire at a time when its very life depended upon the calibre of the men in power.

Come In Spinner by Barry Wilkes

Come In Spinner

by Barry Wilkes

Memoir
Australian History

With the memories of heavy German Air raids over England, a traumatic and troubled family background, with virtually no fatherly guidance, an eleven year old migrant boy leaves for Australia to start a new life.

Michaela Rootes by Sharon D?Elboux

Michaela Rootes

by Sharon D?Elboux

Michaela Rootes is twenty-nine and still looking for her calling. So far she has bumped around from job to job, happily searching for the meaning of life. Micky’s life used to be rubbish, but not any more.

The Breeze by Felix

The Breeze

by Felix

Fiction

On the surface, the author was living a carefree life when along came several life challenges that would transform her entire way of life.

The Sunny Side of the Street by Maria Stefanidis

The Sunny Side of the Street

by Maria Stefanidis

Australian Fiction

'I hope I'm not interrupting. You were at the river today. My name is Ruth Dempster, or Ruthie if you like.
You haven't lived here long.' She then turned and pointed across the road. 'I live over there.'

Pic n' Mix Travel by S. P. Kwan

Pic n' Mix Travel

by S. P. Kwan

Travel
Educational

Hungary, Croatia and Italy
(Stopover Hong Kong, Munich and Bangkok)
For the Independent Traveller.

Wallaby Stew: Inspiring Stories from Down Under by Di Perkins

Wallaby Stew: Inspiring Stories from Down Under

by Di Perkins

Inspirational Stories

Di Perkins, influenced by the ABC television program Australian Story, has collected equally inspirational stories as told to her by young adults...

Patient Fortitude by Christine Perrott

Patient Fortitude

by Christine Perrott

Memoir

This moving true story is an example of the power of self-belief, support, persistence and courage; gives insight into the interior of a public hospital and the emotions of two people experiencing an extended stay there;

Counting Our Blessings 69 Days in Europe by Di and Bill Perkins

Counting Our Blessings 69 Days in Europe

by Di and Bill Perkins

Travel
Memoir

Di, an historian, and Bill Perkins, a geologist, are possibly on their last trip overseas and are determined to make it a memorable experience.

When Cane Was King by Mary Murray

When Cane Was King

by Mary Murray

Historical Fiction

When Came Was King is the story of the Reynolds brothers, Joshua and Robert, their lives, loves and their family, and a wide and varied cast of characters who helped establish, settle and expand the tropical sugar fields of North Queensland.

Webs of Deception by Robert Menzies

Webs of Deception

by Robert Menzies

Fiction
Thriller

Dr James Ulrich, Headmaster of Sydney Boys? Christian College, has been harbouring a terrible secret for twenty-eight years and he has lived with the guilt and shame for all of his adult life.

Encounter by Ronelle Smith

Encounter

by Ronelle Smith

Fiction

A lonely but gifted thirteen year old schoolboy is drawn into a web of international intrigue and espionage.

Flower Power Energetics by Sana Turnock

Flower Power Energetics

by Sana Turnock

Self Help
New Age

You are invited to delve into the mysterious world of aromatic plants ? specifically essential oils and bush flower essences.

Sweet on the Dark Side by Katie Louise

Sweet on the Dark Side

by Katie Louise

Australian Fiction

Have you ever thought about how a coincidence can change the life of a family? Or perhaps why an accidental insult leaves you feeling perplexed and bewildered ...

I Can See Angels by Koo Metcalf

I Can See Angels

by Koo Metcalf

Children's

This is a previously published book.

Music of the Soul by Stephen Chong M.Ed.

Music of the Soul

by Stephen Chong M.Ed.

Spirituality
Self Help

This is a life-changing book. The Music of the Soul is a journey of change to realise your highest potential in this lifetime.

For the Moment by Deborah Hyland

For the Moment

by Deborah Hyland

A seed it was planted
Inside my heart
And as it started to grow
I was filled with joy
And overwhelmed

Far Out Fauna by Billy Munro

Far Out Fauna

by Billy Munro

General

Beat around the BUSH? Being a freckly-faced, bare footed 'sandy' haired little Aussie roughie who spent a lot of my early life as a kid in the 'scrub', animals were a big part of my life, and were looked upon as an extension of the family.

Journey of a Lifetime Volume II by Martin Kari

Journey of a Lifetime Volume II

by Martin Kari

Biographic

Journey of a Lifetime,Volume Two is the second chapter in the author's life, offering reflections of his life with a family of eight.

Journey of a Lifetime Volume I by Martin Kari

Journey of a Lifetime Volume I

by Martin Kari

Biographic

We are all on a journey. In life we are given a humble start and travel then individually.

A Migrant Experience by Martin Kari

A Migrant Experience

by Martin Kari

Biographic

Migration is a way to self-determine the lives of individuals. The process generally begins with a dislike of individuals to accept certain conditions.

Ivory to Australia by Jim Landells

Ivory to Australia

by Jim Landells

Thriller

Jason Conway, a Kenyan born Australian resident now lives in Western Australia?s Kimberley region. He is fantatical about wildlife preservation ? particularly that of his native Kenya. When a game conservation idea, simmering in his mind for many yea

Nonno's violin by Frank Manitta

Nonno's violin

by Frank Manitta

Biographic

This is a beautiful story of what it means to be born into a Sicilian family — a young family that left everything they knew and loved to migrate to the other side of the world with nothing more than wooden suitcases and trunks.

Whats next God? by Vijai Lakshmi

Whats next God?

by Vijai Lakshmi

New Age
General

This book explores the author's journey from poverty in one of the poorest countries in the world and she self-powered her energies ignoring conventions. This book is intended as an insightful reference to inspire.

The Lifting of the Mask by Maryse Ledru

The Lifting of the Mask

by Maryse Ledru

Biographic
Memoir

Endowed with beauty, charm and intelligence, Australian born Margaret Burton was a free spirit ...

Flower of Fortune by Glenda Bahy

Flower of Fortune

by Glenda Bahy

Romance

The Flower of Fortune flourishes in even the most ravaged of landscapes. But can Mick and Eva's blossoming romance survive the pain of separation and the uncertainty of war?

I Do Recall by Jeff Carr

I Do Recall

by Jeff Carr

Biographic

The controversial Western Australian Governments of the 1980s are again in the spotlight with the former Premier, Brian Burke, accused of seeking to influence the Carpenter State Government.

Shaking the Tree by Lindsay Gordon

Shaking the Tree

by Lindsay Gordon

Religion
Philosophy

Not all true things are the Truth; nor should that truth which seems true according to human opinions be preferred to the true Truth – that according to the faith.

A Country Life by Rondah Dam

A Country Life

by Rondah Dam

General

A Country Life is a grimly ironic title. The images it conjures—of a genteel provincial lifestyle; quiet strolls in leafy gardens; a healthy, nature filled existence—are completely shattered within the pages of this book.

Home on the Frontline by Ruth Thomas

Home on the Frontline

by Ruth Thomas

Biographic
Memoir

Nineteen forty-four was the worst year of my life. It exploded into my world with meteoric force, bringing with it a series of events which rewrote my destiny.

Hostage: How safe is Australia? by Colin Mason

Hostage: How safe is Australia?

by Colin Mason

Political Thriller
Fact-based Fiction

Insurgents kill the Israeli prime minister in Tel Aviv, and the repercussions signal disaster. A fanatical Israeli group retaliates by exploding three American nuclear bombs in Cairo, devastating the city.

An Australian Odyssey by Werner Viertmann

An Australian Odyssey

by Werner Viertmann

Biographic
Travel

?I was running scared ? running to anywhere, and it was the Outback, the Never-Never, the Back of Beyond ? call it whatever you will ? which fascinated me, and I wanted to find out more about it..."

The Small Miner and Native Title by Ralph De Lacey

The Small Miner and Native Title

by Ralph De Lacey

Biographic
Historical

This is the true story of a modern day small-scale miner trying to make a living on an alluvial gold mining lease on the Palmer River in central Cape York Peninsula, North Queensland.

Lose? No Way! by Ronald Prehn Palmer

Lose? No Way!

by Ronald Prehn Palmer

Biographic

Although we put much energy into controlling events in our lives by working hard, seeking financial security and stable supportive relationships, many things remain unpredictable.

They Move Among Us by James Hall

They Move Among Us

by James Hall

Fiction

"They" do move among us, always have and always will.

One Weekend at Granny?s Pet House by Martin Kari

One Weekend at Granny?s Pet House

by Martin Kari

Children's

Tim, nine years old and his sister Tara, seven live in a country town with their parents. They regularly spend the weekend away from home at their grandparents? house in the bush nearby.

Super Harry's Rotten Luck by Nina Lim

Super Harry's Rotten Luck

by Nina Lim

Children's

Harry can't believe how one boy could have so much rotten luck. So he decides to do something about it with surprising results.

Can We Choose Ourselves? by George Wood

Can We Choose Ourselves?

by George Wood

Philosophy
Ethics

Are those values and beliefs, which are central to the way we live, determined by our biology? Wittgenstein thought that they were forced on us by life experiences. On the other hand, Jean-Paul Sartre saw them as a matter of choice.

Black Mischief by Carl Hancock

Black Mischief

by Carl Hancock

Thriller

Big boss, Abel Rubai, has made himself very wealthy by honest dealing in the international money markets, but he is a man much feared in the country. Upset him and your life could be in danger. He expects to get away with every outrage he sets in mot

Hearts of Stone by Roger Crook

Hearts of Stone

by Roger Crook

Action
Fiction

Hearts of Stone is a love story that starts before WWII. It is also a story about terrorism and religious fanaticism

Gouda Town Mice Cronicles Book 2 Tilly Nibbles, Lilly Squeak and the Trojan by Lainey Sheldon

Gouda Town Mice Cronicles Book 2 Tilly Nibbles, Lilly Squeak and the Trojan

by Lainey Sheldon

Children's

Tilly and Lizzy are away on their holidays when they once again find themselves  in a spot of bother with  the Gouda Town Rats, including Snowbell, their old enemy from school.

The Other Shore by Inga Martinow

The Other Shore

by Inga Martinow

Memoir

Where is one to begin when the pictures of the past are crowding in on one’s mind? When one relives an event as if it were yesterday?

I Love You So, Danny Boy by Doreen Francis

I Love You So, Danny Boy

by Doreen Francis

Biographic
Action

This book is not available as it was only previously published to the galley stage.

A Wild Ride by David Penrose

A Wild Ride

by David Penrose

Sex, Love, Hate, and Violent Death; on the tropical coast of Australia, where girls are prettier and every summer is long and hot.

The Wasted Years by Rhonda Scott

The Wasted Years

by Rhonda Scott

Australian Fiction
Fiction

Jane Breckener, from Sydney, receives her first teaching appointment at a high school in a small town on the north coast of NSW. Here she falls in love with Mark McMillan, an ambitious young dairy farmer who shows no interest in her except as a fr

Griffin's Prophecy by Sue Guillou

Griffin's Prophecy

by Sue Guillou

Fiction
Fantasy

Isolated from the world shortly after his birth, twelve year-old Griffin is the last hope in stopping the collective memories of past Wizards from falling into evil hands.

Jimmy's Magical Christmas by Bennie Lee

Jimmy's Magical Christmas

by Bennie Lee

Children's
Fantasy

How will he get him back to Santa before he finishes his Australian run with only the help of a grumpy sugar glider and his mate, a couple of koalas and a mob of kangaroos?

The Paper Cutter by Michael Bray

The Paper Cutter

by Michael Bray

Fiction

When Wall Street tycoon Joseph Egan enters the lobby of an elegant Manhattan hotel to celebrate his daughter’s birthday, he is faced with the panic and confusion of a shocking crime. Angry and deeply concerned, he realizes that the safety of hi

One Circle by Wim de Meer

One Circle

by Wim de Meer

Creative Non-Fiction
Fact-based Fiction

A Dutch boy grows into a troubled youth after innocently overstepping the mark with his beautiful stepmother. He is there when Hitler attacks Holland, and lives through the long occupation of his country till starvation forces him to work in Nazi Ger

The Devil and Maximillian Grey by Dave Hildebrand

The Devil and Maximillian Grey

by Dave Hildebrand

Fiction
Action

After a sudden family tragedy, James Wise is forced by his miserly uncle to forsake his studies in medicine. He is directed to take up an innkeeper?s position at the isolated and apparently quiet village of Harmers on the wild South Gippsland coast.

The House That Was Never Built by Harijs Upenieks

The House That Was Never Built

by Harijs Upenieks

Fiction
General

A lone stranger walked briskly on the dusty road that never ends. His distant image shimmered, distorted in the heat of the morning sun.

Fighting Fit by Dr Surendra Bordia

Fighting Fit

by Dr Surendra Bordia

Health

Fighting Fit is a concise, crisp everyday guide to living longer, healthier and happier.

Gouda Town Mice Cronicles Book 3 The Gouda Town Wedding by Lainey Sheldon

Gouda Town Mice Cronicles Book 3 The Gouda Town Wedding

by Lainey Sheldon

Children's

The girls are getting married in a double wedding on June 1st to their childhood pals Marty and his brother Flynn. Guess who wants to come uninvited to the wedding?...

The Three Minds of Focus by Manny Fiteni

The Three Minds of Focus

by Manny Fiteni

General

Peter is an investment banker who spent his adult life climbing the corporate ladder but now finds his life lacks real purpose or direction.

The Laughing Vet by Dr Dion Danalis

The Laughing Vet

by Dr Dion Danalis

Memoir
Biographic

This book is a collection of anecdotes about various incidents that happened to or were observed by the author over a forty-year period of Veterinary practice.

Leadlights and Lanterns by Leslie Roberts

Leadlights and Lanterns

by Leslie Roberts

Poetry

This collection of verse ranges widely from the lyrical, through items of personal belief and feeling, to sharp social comment, with an unexpected section of whimsical drolleries...

Horse Grows Horns by Ken Sly

Horse Grows Horns

by Ken Sly

Biographic
Memoir

I eventually opened the throttle and gathered speed and suddenly I soared into the air and the feeling was magical.

The Hunt for M.V. Moroccan Star by Ian McLaren

The Hunt for M.V. Moroccan Star

by Ian McLaren

British & Australian Fiction
Thriller

A cargo ship vanishes off the New South Wales coast, baffling authorities ashore.

Graves in the Wilderness by J.R. Gordon

Graves in the Wilderness

by J.R. Gordon

Fiction
Action

Piper Campbell, the son of Ulster-Scott migrants befriends N?Kawa, the only survivor of the East Texas black Indian Karankawa tribe. As brothers, the two become inseparable.

Hi I'm Your Brain by John Hopkins

Hi I'm Your Brain

by John Hopkins

Children's
Educational

Hi I?m your brain Imagine meeting your brain, hearing what it?s thinking, finding out what it does and how to look after it.

Almagest Vol 1: The Journey by Tegan Norman

Almagest Vol 1: The Journey

by Tegan Norman

Sci Fi
Fiction

2210 was to be a year to remember as the Affiliated Space Association (ASA) was experimenting with a new propulsion system.

Weathercock Black by M.J. Bruty

Weathercock Black

by M.J. Bruty

Thriller
Asian Fiction

When ASIS agents are found murdered in Indonesia, AUSEC agent, David Garis, is as surprised as any to find himself assigned to an operation meant to seek out those responsible.

Genesis of Memory by Joyce P Johnson

Genesis of Memory

by Joyce P Johnson

Sci Fi

Imagine realising you are not who you thought you were, you do not even originate from the planet you are on? This is the dilemma that Nareena must face and come to terms with, coupled with the responsibility of saving her race and her planet.

Tale of a Birdman by Mischa Kobelnek

Tale of a Birdman

by Mischa Kobelnek

Children's

High in the mountains where the cherry blossoms bloom; a mysterious creature eats and slumbers. He is a birdman. He had no intention of leaving his home, until one day a wandering pirate enticed him to embark on a magnificent journey - a journey to t

Titan and his Troupes by Katherine Suardana

Titan and his Troupes

by Katherine Suardana

Children's

Meet Titan: A very dizzy baton-twirling turtle in red spangled shorts.

Twinkle and Sprinkle: Two sugar plum fairies with oversized feet and a desire for fame that couldn’t be beat.

Home of Tortured Souls by Bette Shiels

Home of Tortured Souls

by Bette Shiels

Thriller

When Lee Bray?s love of old buildings led her to the abandoned Colonial Orphanage, little did she imagine that her life would be flung into a world of the Supernatural...

Flight to Australia by Roger Crook

Flight to Australia

by Roger Crook

British & Australian Fiction
Fact-based Fiction

David shoots and kills a demented Catholic fanatic as he attempts to assassinate his mother, the famous Dr Phyllis McGonigal, a world leader in birth control and female reproduction.

Catastroscopes by Max Sollitt

Catastroscopes

by Max Sollitt

Memoir
Medical

A creative and adventurous Australian bloke’s battle with clinical depression and Anno Domini.

Jail 4 Beginners by Rex Donald

Jail 4 Beginners

by Rex Donald

Memoir
Biographic

How many times have you seen a person fall from grace and thought, ‘Wow, I never would have thought he would do that.’?

My Father, My Friend by Roy Douglas

My Father, My Friend

by Roy Douglas

Biographic
Memoir

To the locals, Harry is an unknown entity who simply drives into town from somewhere and buys a derelict trucking business when prices are low and times are hard.

The Poppy Crop by Bill Hornadge

The Poppy Crop

by Bill Hornadge

Fiction
Action

The Poppy Crop involves the adventures of an unusual farmer and two female lawyers with the story moving at a lively pace to and fro between Sydney and the Bush.

Hi, I'm Your Breath by John Hopkins

Hi, I'm Your Breath

by John Hopkins

Children's
Educational

Hi I?m your breath Here?s your opportunity to meet your breath ? to actually see your breath at work.

God, Man & Money by Phillip Mollard

God, Man & Money

by Phillip Mollard

This book will unlock the secrets of health, wealth and wisdom. Bulging with empowering information, it offers the reader a genuine plan towards financial freedom and personal fulfilment.

The Burning of the Rice by Don W. Puckridge

The Burning of the Rice

by Don W. Puckridge

Historical
Biographic

In April 1975 Ngak Chhay Heng and his family loaded their car with their personal possessions, pushed it 20 kilometres from Phnom Penh, discarded anything that differentiated them from peasant farmers ...

Uncertain Beginnings by Jim Bain

Uncertain Beginnings

by Jim Bain

Australian History

In the late 1400s, under the leadership of Prince Henry the Navigator, Portugal developed into a leader in the discovery of new oceans and islands. However, in 1580, the Spanish invaded Portugal and the country became subservient to the Spanish Crown

Four Days of Fear by William Wakeling

Four Days of Fear

by William Wakeling

Thriller

Australia’s Prime Minister assassinated, and on the same day, Indonesia’s President shares his grim fate.

Tiny Office Great Views by Ross Isaacson

Tiny Office Great Views

by Ross Isaacson

Biographic
Australian History

Crash landings, faulty engines, lightning strikes, drunken passengers, shonky owners, heroic pilots ' Ross Isaacson has seen them all; and from what he reckons is the best seat in the house.

Tower of Power by Billy Munro

Tower of Power

by Billy Munro

Memoir
Biographic

Disc jockey, male stripper, comedian and artist Billy Munro provides a lively thirty-year history of pop chart music from the early hit parades to the birth of the Top 40, the Top 50 and the Top 100 and everything in between.

Terror: A Disease by Martin Kari

Terror: A Disease

by Martin Kari

General

We should not spare any effort avoiding conflict. Widest possible experiences only teaches us to do the right thing for ourselves and others—dialogue helps us to share experiences.

To Travel Hopefully by Charles Bridges Webb

To Travel Hopefully

by Charles Bridges Webb

Biographic

This is an account of the personal and professional life of a quiet, perceptive general practitioner and academic with a wide range of interests.

The Cherry Picker by June Cookson

The Cherry Picker

by June Cookson

Fiction
Thriller

During six precarious weeks as an undercover cherry picker, Detective Brogden hunts a ruthless wanted criminal, enjoys the company of young Scandinavian backpackers and becomes involved in a torrid affair.

Hi, I'm Your Heart by John Hopkins

Hi, I'm Your Heart

by John Hopkins

Children's
Educational

Hi I?m your heart In this book you?ll fall in love with your very own heart!

Not Like My Father by Nancy Lacey

Not Like My Father

by Nancy Lacey

Creative Non-Fiction
Biographic

Together they rushed to the back steps where they could see over the dividing fence of corrugated iron. Joe was playing the whip like a man gone mad while Pat lay writhing on the ground, his Sunday shirt covered in dust and blood.

Collin's Street Whores by Peter Ralph

Collin's Street Whores

by Peter Ralph

Action
Fiction

After years of study and hard work, the strikingly beautiful Carmen Minelli finally achieves her dream ...

More than Life by Brett Stuart Cowan

More than Life

by Brett Stuart Cowan

Philosophy
General

We are born and then die, we perspire in summer and freeze in winter; we celebrate the beginning of a new year at the completion of our earth, encircling "our" sun.

Granny's House by Dawn Barr

Granny's House

by Dawn Barr

Children's

The real life adventures of Rohan between the ages of twelve months and three years will amuse and delight children, parents and grandparents.

A Matter of Perspective by Bill McGeever

A Matter of Perspective

by Bill McGeever

Biographic
General

Starting in his teenage years, Bill McGeever gradually developed a knowledge of the structure of society and its governance, and the economical framework in which it functioned in most countries of the world.

Keep the Table Laughing by Meredith Flynn & Susan Whelan

Keep the Table Laughing

by Meredith Flynn & Susan Whelan

Cookbook
Humour

"The heart of the dinner party is not the dinner, but the party."

Hi, I'm Your Skin by John Hopkins

Hi, I'm Your Skin

by John Hopkins

Children's
Educational

This brilliant little book not only makes all skin colours the same, but also helps us laugh at all the funny things skin can do.

Second Hand Porridge by Michael Morgan

Second Hand Porridge

by Michael Morgan

Humour
British & Australian Fiction

Driven by the sound of his mother's mouldy foot stomping from the other side of her grave, Gavin Troop steps out to rid the world of sewage.

A Tormented Soul by L.K. Clavell

A Tormented Soul

by L.K. Clavell

Biographic

This is the true story of Glen Sabre Valance, the last man to be hanged in South Australia in 1964. Dead at age twenty one, this young man was my stepbrother.

The Honeyguide by David Lawrence Hancock

The Honeyguide

by David Lawrence Hancock

Thriller
Action

During the last years of colonial rule in pre-independent Zimbabwe, a bitter struggle for power raged within the country.

Going Walkabout Through The Suburbs by Robbie Lloyd

Going Walkabout Through The Suburbs

by Robbie Lloyd

Educational
Biographic

Increasingly, people in westernised societies are seeking connection with meaning beyond the shopping mall and stockmarket reports.

Friend and Philosopher by Noel Braun

Friend and Philosopher

by Noel Braun

Creative Non-Fiction
Philosophy

Inspired by this message from his college lecturers, the idealistic and zealous 19 year old Doug O'Connor takes up his first appointment ...

Almagest Vol 2: The Reunion by Tegan Norman

Almagest Vol 2: The Reunion

by Tegan Norman

Sci Fi
Fiction

When I signed up for this mission, I knew the risks involved. But it was alright, because we had the IPC to cover us, right?

Hi, Series by John Hopkins

Hi, Series

by John Hopkins

Children's
Educational

Australian author champions child health in a fun way. There are four books in the series ? Hi I?m your brain, Hi I?m your heart, Hi I?m skin and Hi I?m your breath. The series helps children become actively involved in their bodies. (set of 4)

Anatomy of a Country Parish by Brian Meade

Anatomy of a Country Parish

by Brian Meade

Creative Non-Fiction
Biographic

The stories in this book are a reflection of the colourful people the author has been involved with and the small communities of which they have been a part.

Icing The Cake by Don Ebert

Icing The Cake

by Don Ebert

Fiction
British & Australian Fiction

In one afternoon Sam Scott loses his bride, his dignity and his wedding cake.

The Pyjama Boy by Steve Murphy

The Pyjama Boy

by Steve Murphy

Biographic
Memoir

FOURTH PRINT RUN! Steven Murphy, the Pyjama Boy, has been a police officer for more than ten years.These days he speaks to the youth of Australia, illustrating to them how he overcame phenomenal hurdles to reach his ultimate goal.

The Mysterious Coat by Nicholas Walsh

The Mysterious Coat

by Nicholas Walsh

Crime

Tyler Brown is an average guy who works at the Duke Of York Hotel in St Kilda. When he sees somebody whisk by in a mysterious-looking coat, he initially thinks nothing of it. Little is he to know that this coat will change his life.

A Mushroom of Glass by David R Cole

A Mushroom of Glass

by David R Cole

Fiction
Romance

I was drawn to her effortless smile. One could say that her smile is like the moon, and that when you are close to her, she has the sensuous feel of a cat. She could give you a look that suddenly chills to the bone;

Cyril & Desmond's How-to-use Manual by George Lake

Cyril & Desmond's How-to-use Manual

by George Lake

Fiction
Humour

It really is quite an incredible achievement. Cyril and Desmond take us on a larrikins' guide to birth, death and everything in between as well as throwing in the hereafter and pre-existence just for good measure.

Footsteps to Nowhere by David Hortle

Footsteps to Nowhere

by David Hortle

Fiction
Action

It?s 1980 and, in the shadow of better known political dictatorships, the isolated island state of St Christopher is in the uncompromising grip of lawyer Dean and his cohorts who have stepped over the line that separates duty from personal gain.

Letters of Love, Light and Laughter by Gena Alston

Letters of Love, Light and Laughter

by Gena Alston

Spirituality
Self Help

To receive channelling in the form of messages, it is very beneficial to be ?completely out of your mind?!

The Queen, Rupert & Me by Desmond Zwar

The Queen, Rupert & Me

by Desmond Zwar

Biographic
Memoir

"A riveting memoir and a fascinating tale, encapsulating the heart and soul of journalism in a thoroughly entertaining way."

The Serpent Rising by Mary Garden

The Serpent Rising

by Mary Garden

Memoir
Biographic

The Serpent Rising is a journey of spiritual seduction is based on my experiences in India during the 70's. It is essentially a memoir.

Edwina Pilkington's School of Magic by Elizabeth Barber

Edwina Pilkington's School of Magic

by Elizabeth Barber

Children's

Something strange and mysterious is about to happen in Rainbow City . It's Halloween and the Pilkington family are celebrating with their annual fancy dress party. Everyone in Rainbow City is invited, even the not so popular Mrs Whatmore.

The Edge by Bryan Clark

The Edge

by Bryan Clark

Thriller
Asian Fiction

For six months, Alex lives on the edge. A twist of fate results in him failing to take his own life, and his desperation becomes a fight for survival as he first runs from then confronts others who are determined that his life should end.

Codename Dredge by Tony May

Codename Dredge

by Tony May

Action
Fact-based Fiction

Staying alive in a strange land isn't always easy...

Wilbur the Weird by Aydan Turco

Wilbur the Weird

by Aydan Turco

Children's
Fantasy

Join Wilbur the Weird and his friends on their mystical journey into the unknown. One night, this adventurous strong-minded little elf has a dream and is visited by Fang, the God of the Sky.

Sacred Quest by Danny Kinane

Sacred Quest

by Danny Kinane

Religion
Philosophy

Have two millennia of spiritual leadership by the Christian Churches come to an end? Are the Churches so compromised today by sexual scandals that such moral leadership is no longer possible? To where or to whom then, in this secular materialistic...

From Horse & Cart to Rolls Royce by John Carlshausen

From Horse & Cart to Rolls Royce

by John Carlshausen

Biographic

John Carlshausen's 200 years of family history- 100 years in Germany, and 100 years in Australia, is peppered with highs and lows,great joys and tragedies.Untimely deaths,accidents,murder, and much more.
Available from Amazon online

The Santa Files by Linda Smith

The Santa Files

by Linda Smith

Fiction
General

Dash surprised his leader by bowing low, before rising poker-faced and performing a little two step dance.

The Rain Tree by Andrew Mudie

The Rain Tree

by Andrew Mudie

Fact-based Fiction
British & Australian Fiction

1817, Feejee sees the birth of Ratu Seru Cakobau, heir to the Island position of Paramount Chief.

A Matter of Course by Coleen Grundy

A Matter of Course

by Coleen Grundy

Romance
General

A Matter of Course is the narration of a time gone by as the dreamtime encompasses the listener of another era.

Late Entry by Judy Bierwirth

Late Entry

by Judy Bierwirth

Biographic

There was a cardboard carton filled with notes, pages, scraps of paper . . . the bits and pieces of life.

Hidden Footprints of Unity by Arasa (Raja) Ratnam

Hidden Footprints of Unity

by Arasa (Raja) Ratnam

Memoir
Biographic

What a beautiful mind! Hidden Footprints of Unity is a substantial work from an intelligent and spiritually perceptive man. Arasa has skillfully navigated his way through a vast array of subjects.

The Strong, the Wise and the Weak by Sylvia Taseski Vrondou

The Strong, the Wise and the Weak

by Sylvia Taseski Vrondou

Philosophy
Poetry

An abundant amount of lines,
for an abundant amount of tales.

Boss Takes All by Carl Hancock

Boss Takes All

by Carl Hancock

Thriller

Rebecca Kamau has married her Tom. Her golden voice has brought her wealth and fame and she has become the most loved woman in the country. Abel Rubai has at last realised that she is his true nemesis.

From Barren Slagheaps to the Majestic Barron Falls by Kevin P. Leggett

From Barren Slagheaps to the Majestic Barron Falls

by Kevin P. Leggett

Biographic
Memoir

Traverse the world's oceans, wrestle man-eating pythons in tropical Australia, trek through the jungles of Africa, wend through the Canadian Rockies, swelter in the piercing heat of the Arabian Desert and confront a Sumatran Tiger.

Journey Around My Family by Jan Gross

Journey Around My Family

by Jan Gross

Memoir

The story encompasses two journeys undertaken by the author. Firstly, the narrator travels in Tasmania by car shortly after the death of her husband.

Without Heroes by Francis Robert Dudman

Without Heroes

by Francis Robert Dudman

Fiction
General

When Ken Cameron, school teacher, meets ‘Sonny’ King, a talented young Aboriginal footballer, on the long train journey to Buraweena, he little realises that this chance encounter will lead him into a labyrinth of racial politics and i

Senses of Being by Annette Hansen

Senses of Being

by Annette Hansen

Poetry
Philosophy

The mind can be a frightening or comforting place. Some people may be scared of what they may find there;

Project Integrens by John Biggs

Project Integrens

by John Biggs

Sci Fi

Why do intelligent people indulge in high-risk sexual behaviour? That is the question John Ashley and his research student and lover, Liz Brown, set themselves to answer

Inkonkoni by Barry Abley

Inkonkoni

by Barry Abley

British & Australian Fiction
Action

An exciting tale of comradeship, revenge and war

Another Kind of Gold by Douglas Hoile

Another Kind of Gold

by Douglas Hoile

Fiction
Action

Thomas Coburn is running away from his past. A disastrous marriage and a ruined career as a surgeon have poisoned his taste for city life.

Dolores by Barry Wilkes

Dolores

by Barry Wilkes

Historical Fiction

Dolores ranges from the vineyards of the De Lanquez family in Catalonia, Spain in 1853 through to the gold fields of Australia to the present time.

Dancing for an Angel by Simon Klapish

Dancing for an Angel

by Simon Klapish

Fiction

Cassy is eleven when her mother dies suddenly in an accident. Her father decides that they need to get away, in order to heal, and they set off around the world for a year to wild and wonderful places.

Diary of a Poetic Journey by Joy Beaudette Cripps

Diary of a Poetic Journey

by Joy Beaudette Cripps

Travel

Wherever you travel, be it by ship, train, bus, tram or on foot as I often do, you need money. It all started with my booking a berth on a ship ?Galileo?.

Verses of Awakening by Catherine Berriman

Verses of Awakening

by Catherine Berriman

A compilation of inspirational poetry and teachings about how one can live a more life.

Scream No Evil by Patricia Mesiti

Scream No Evil

by Patricia Mesiti

British & Australian Fiction
Horror

Twelve year old Lizzy fights to survive a horror-filled existence, with a psychopathic elder brother, Jason.

Ramblin Rose by Kellie Lacy

Ramblin Rose

by Kellie Lacy

Australian Fiction

We ask the young, what do you want to do with your life? Following the death of Josh, a painter, those touched by his life will epitomise this question as they continue on the adventure of their own journey. Rose, his estranged wife and fellow d...

Jam Dreaming by Jan Gross

Jam Dreaming

by Jan Gross

Australian Fiction

From St Kilda to Naples, a tale of food and self-discovery.
When fifteen year old Eileen meets Mama Jocsdi, the owner of a specialty food shop, she realises she wants to learn more about her own culture and to find a purpose in life.

Mt Kilimanjaro & Me by Annette Freeman

Mt Kilimanjaro & Me

by Annette Freeman

Travel
Memoir

Ever wondered if you could climb a mountain? Maybe one of the Seven Summits? What if you are a middle-aged, unfit, inexperienced business woman with a sedentary job?

Benito's Bangle by Alan Duncan

Benito's Bangle

by Alan Duncan

Fact-based Fiction

Men commit terrible crimes in war. When four Allied soldiers, drawn together in conflict against German General Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps, are captured in the Western Desert during World War II, their experience changes them forever.

Goodbye Crackernight by Justin Sheedy

Goodbye Crackernight

by Justin Sheedy

General

One night a year, the infinite normality of the suburbs is shot with utter magic.

Why Have Babies by Helen Davis

Why Have Babies

by Helen Davis

General
Philosophy

Being a parent is a lifetime event and there are few guarantees. Nobody can foretell the future. We can only do our best and try to be optimistic about the outcome.

Letters from Aceh by Children of Aceh

Letters from Aceh

by Children of Aceh

Biographic
Historical

A collection of letters and photographs exchanged between students from the tsunami devastated Aceh province, and children from international destinations.
The foreword has been written by the Indonesian President, Dr Susilo Bambang Yu...

Pawn Of War by Rudi Stiebritz

Pawn Of War

by Rudi Stiebritz

Biographic
Historical

An idealistic young engineering graduate, torn from his dream career before it could begin to join the German army, finds himself assigned to the Russian front where he becomes aware of a stra

The Fruit of Her Womb by Patti Smith

The Fruit of Her Womb

by Patti Smith

Thriller
Australian Fiction

Molly Sullivan, Australia's National Security Chief, is looking forward to some time-off to spend with her daughter, Maggie, an overseas investigative journalist who's coming home for the holidays.

The Key of C by Susan Benedict

The Key of C

by Susan Benedict

Fiction
General

The Key of 'C' is a drama set in a background of the classical music world and its intrigues, moving between Sydney, Australia and England.
Available also directly from the author should you wish to phone [07] 5473 0958

Deceit by Mark Hibberd

Deceit

by Mark Hibberd

What became of O'Farrell's millions? When Irish con-man Patrick O?Farrell was sent to prison, the secret to his stolen millions went with him. Now O?Farrell is back, apparently terminally ill, and offering to reveal that secret ? but only if the m

The Ultimate Self-help Guide for Men by Joe Novella

The Ultimate Self-help Guide for Men

by Joe Novella

Humour
Self Help

A lot of men are crying into their beers out there. Why?

The Magic of Life by Jim Vickers-Willis

The Magic of Life

by Jim Vickers-Willis

Biographic
Self Help

Ex-journalist former entertainer Jim Vickers-Willis opens by taking us to Kenya and the filming of little girls held down by their loved ones to be mutilated for life.

Incident at Varanasi by Y.A. Booker

Incident at Varanasi

by Y.A. Booker

Creative Non-Fiction

I had come through many victories, tests in which I lay fallen, trumped by my better instincts, to negotiate the beauty of India, and remember it the way I did.

Grunge Days by Kenny Pisani

Grunge Days

by Kenny Pisani

Fiction
General

Ryan, Dave and Andrew are three disaffected teenagers from a middle class suburb of western Sydney.

Revenge by Barry James

Revenge

by Barry James

Thriller
European Fiction

When Detective Inspector Vince Schuster investigates his brother?s disappearance the last thing he expects is to be tossed into the maelstrom of international terrorism.

Nero Shadows, Dark Eclissi by Hayley Payton

Nero Shadows, Dark Eclissi

by Hayley Payton

Sci Fi
Fiction

Is there somebody with you? Are you alone? Is there a bug in your system?

Such Is Life by Julie Haskins

Such Is Life

by Julie Haskins

Biographic
Memoir

For hundreds of years philosophers have said that the meaning of life only comes to us when we pass away. But let it be said that through struggle, hardship and acceptance, the meaning of life can come much earlier.

Above Help: The Intercessions by Tom Hobbins

Above Help: The Intercessions

by Tom Hobbins

Australian History

Most early Australians sought a life in coastal towns where only the wealthy indulged in business operations. The larger towns became havens for criminals and large numbers took to drink and reckless behaviour abounded in the community.

White Shadows by Michael E. Hoban

White Shadows

by Michael E. Hoban

Fiction

Worn down and cynical, university lecturer Tony has a jaundiced view of life, politics and religion. His friend Sam, is a lecturer and a perpetual playboy.

A Necklace of Memories Strand Two: Sheba's Story, Plus by M.J. Mathews

A Necklace of Memories Strand Two: Sheba's Story, Plus

by M.J. Mathews

Biographic
Memoir

As a sequel to Strand One, The Way Things Were, this gentle Memoir continues to string together anecdotes in which non-humans have most of the spotlight and the humans...

A Necklace of Memories: strand one, the way things were by M.J. Mathews

A Necklace of Memories: strand one, the way things were

by M.J. Mathews

Memoir
Biographic

An original and genuinely Australian memoir that brings the non-human world to the fore.

The Kevin Kevinson Story by The Hill Brothers

The Kevin Kevinson Story

by The Hill Brothers

Fiction
Sport

A comic, mock-inspirational tale of one man tortuously overcoming impossibly ridiculous odds to realise a lifelong dream: Kevin Kevinson wants to play rugby for the Wallabies.

Tea or Coffee by Rex Kinder

Tea or Coffee

by Rex Kinder

British & Australian Fiction
Humour

Inspired by a lecture she has attended, Regina Stanton, a young journalist, embarks upon a journey ...

Girl with the Golden Voice by Carl Hancock

Girl with the Golden Voice

by Carl Hancock

Thriller

In the early years of the twentieth century, the rich English aristocrat, Lord Delamere, led a group of well-off pioneers out of the northern deserts into the Great Rift Valley in Kenya.

When the Gates open for Casey Vallen by Leigh van den Broeke

When the Gates open for Casey Vallen

by Leigh van den Broeke

Young Adult Fiction

Casey is a twelve-year-old boy living in the secluded suburb of Lily Hills, but there is something about his family that has always made him different to the other students at his local primary school.

White Amah by Ann Massey

White Amah

by Ann Massey

Thriller

Crystal, a seventeen year old schoolgirl in suburban Australia, is disenchanted with life and itching for adventure. On a whim she bluffs her way into an audition with the White Diamonds, a dancing troupe touring South-East Asia. Available only via

The Man In The Dress by Francesca

The Man In The Dress

by Francesca

General

The Man In The Dress is Leonardo from Vinci.

Behind the Rock by Jon Hayton and Leon Isackson

Behind the Rock

by Jon Hayton and Leon Isackson

Memoir
Australian History

Teen Time, Bandstand, Dig Richards, Johnny O?Keefe, Sing, Sing, Sing, Col Joye & The Joy Boys, The Delltones, Sydney Stadium, Saigon?

The Wong Way to Marry by C A Poulter

The Wong Way to Marry

by C A Poulter

Biographic
General

The 70s ? an era when V8s ruled, motorbikes were naked, hair was long, Led Zeppelin and the Eagles soared the airwaves ?

In and Out of Step by Christine M Knight

In and Out of Step

by Christine M Knight

Fiction
Australian Fiction

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The Wisdom of Snowy Dalton by Reg Mounsey

The Wisdom of Snowy Dalton

by Reg Mounsey

Memoir

Reg Mounsey's life story is one of courage and determination in a seemingly heartless world. Reg is an optimist despite the rough roads which he has travelled.

Never Upstaged: Babette Stephens, her life and times by Jay McKee

Never Upstaged: Babette Stephens, her life and times

by Jay McKee

Memoir
Biographic

For 70 years Babette Stephens’ stellar talents lit up several facets of the entertainment business in Queensland:

Thirteen, Unlucky for Some by Christine Duncan aka T.J. Arryn

Thirteen, Unlucky for Some

by Christine Duncan aka T.J. Arryn

Fantasy
Horror

Thirteen... Unlucky for Some invites you into the lives of creatures so much like ourselves, where the opportunity for expressing many of the absurdities and qualities of the human personality within the parall

The Shadows of Six Flags Upon My Tracks Volume 1 by Harijs Upenieks

The Shadows of Six Flags Upon My Tracks Volume 1

by Harijs Upenieks

Memoir

This book is not meant for historians nor literati. It is an account which someone, who might be less demanding on correctness of one sort or another, would like to read and know of one's experiences of events 'over there'

The Hunted by Kristy Berridge

The Hunted

by Kristy Berridge

Horror

Elena Manory is by no means an ordinary teenage girl. Being born with the ability to heal herself from any injury, and with the knowledge that on her eighteenth birthday she will become a vampire, Elena is aware that she is more than a little dif...

The Shadows of Six Flags Upon My Tracks Volume 2 by Harijs Upenieks

The Shadows of Six Flags Upon My Tracks Volume 2

by Harijs Upenieks

Memoir

This book is not meant for historians nor literati. It is an account which someone, who might be less demanding on correctness of one sort or another, would like to read and know of one’s experiences of events ‘over there’

The Shadows of Six Flags Upon My Tracks Volume 3 by Harijs Upenieks

The Shadows of Six Flags Upon My Tracks Volume 3

by Harijs Upenieks

Memoir

This book is not meant for historians nor literati. It is an account which someone, who might be less demanding on correctness of one sort or another, would like to read and know of one’s experiences of events ‘over there’

The Warp by Rex Kinder

The Warp

by Rex Kinder

Humour
Travel

Apart from frequent mention of aeroplanes and airlines, this collection of short stories is eclectic and diverse.

Trippin the Wright Way by C A Poulter

Trippin the Wright Way

by C A Poulter

Comedy
Satire

From the author of The Wong Way to Marry comes a tale of tripping in a beat-up old Kombi, on a hippie trail, heads full of zombie!

Three Small Suspects by Nicholas James Horgan

Three Small Suspects

by Nicholas James Horgan

Biographic
Memoir

No concrete evidence was ever found as to who lit the match but I overheard Dad tell Mum, ?I?ve got it narrowed down to three small suspects.?

Occasions of Sin by Cedric Hampson

Occasions of Sin

by Cedric Hampson

Crime
Thriller

At a young age, Gawain is left by his parents with a community of hippies who live on old Tom Slipper's farm in the hills inland from the Gold Coast

The Second Beginning by Tony Green

The Second Beginning

by Tony Green

Sci Fi

The planet Zula is reeling from the effects of global warming and burning amid the flames of a worldwide war over resources.

Whatever Happened to Ishtar? by Anne Frandi-Coory

Whatever Happened to Ishtar?

by Anne Frandi-Coory

Biographic
Memoir

A passionate quest to find answers for generations of defeated mothers.

Shallow Water by Stuart Black

Shallow Water

by Stuart Black

Thriller
Crime

A lifeless body by the side of the road in Notting Hill. A gorgeous but high maintenance wife self-destructing because she's been denied access to the family fortune' Another death' this time in the shallows of the stunning Great Barrier R

Slick Sisters Motorcycle Club by Michael Joseph Stanton

Slick Sisters Motorcycle Club

by Michael Joseph Stanton

Action
Fiction

During the year of Our Lord, 1484, Pope Innocent VIII issued a Papal Bull declaring 'that members of both sexes do not avoid to have sexual intercourse with evil angels, incubi and succubi '.

The Janus Illusion by Christine McCaffrie

The Janus Illusion

by Christine McCaffrie

Fantasy
Romance

This kind of thing couldn't happen ' or could it? Matt Martin, an Australian soldier, is killed at Gallipoli in 1915, but ninety years later finds himself inhabiting the body of a drug dealer, Damien Hunter.

Homeland Lost by Ale Liubinas

Homeland Lost

by Ale Liubinas

Biographic
Memoir

As Russian tanks roared past Ale’s parents’ farm in Lithuania, her happy childhood turned into a nightmare.

Solly's Way by Ron Thomas

Solly's Way

by Ron Thomas

Australian Fiction
Fact-based Fiction

It is the 1890's and the prosperous years are gone. Drought and depression are biting hard across the outback. The falling price of wool triggers violent confrontation between the pastoralists and the shearers' union.

Thylacine Man by Noel Tuckey

Thylacine Man

by Noel Tuckey

Fiction
Australian Fiction

A brilliant, fast action novel from the prolific pen of freelance author N.G.Tuckey, which explores the hidden world of the elusive Tasmanian tiger, presumed extinct since 1936.

Seventh Time Lucky by Harry Giesen

Seventh Time Lucky

by Harry Giesen

Memoir

A man stepped out from behind a rock. He looked decidedly friendly and identified himself without having to say a word ? the Partisans? red star on his cap said it all. ?Jesus Christ!? I blurted out. ?We?ve made it

Inside the Ropes by Professor G Douglas Tracy AO

Inside the Ropes

by Professor G Douglas Tracy AO

Biographic
Medical

Humour outweighs dignity in this autobiography by a leading Australian surgeon, foundation Professor of Surgery at St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, and past President of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Crab pots, warthogs, kids and Magic Things by Lizi French

Crab pots, warthogs, kids and Magic Things

by Lizi French

Children's

"Hi, I'm Porkoni. See if you can spot me in all the pictures inside the book. Please join Mad, Seanie, Wigs, Fungai and me in an African Adventure."

Against The Odds by Sarah Cook

Against The Odds

by Sarah Cook

Fact-based Fiction
British & Australian Fiction

Kymberly lost her parents when she was only seventeen, and life took a dramatic turn.

ADHD to the Power of Three by Carolyn Angelin

ADHD to the Power of Three

by Carolyn Angelin

Biographic
Medical

A mother's story of raising triplets Carolyn Angelin wants a quiet life, a husband, couple of kids, a house in the 'burbs, and a dog. Is that too much to ask?

River Dance by June Cookson

River Dance

by June Cookson

Fiction

What had driven teenage grape-picker Sasha Cantrelle to commit suicide? Or was it murder? Only six days remain before B&S Ball revellers and grape-pickers depart the outback river town of Kickabutt.

Your Sustainable Garden by Robin Johnson

Your Sustainable Garden

by Robin Johnson

General

An invaluable and practical guide to those many home owners and keen gardeners as they struggle to cope with the challenge of continuing water restrictions in finding ways to maintain viable gardens.

From the Land Beyond the Forest by John Irtel

From the Land Beyond the Forest

by John Irtel

Memoir

John Irtel was born in Transylvania, a land rich in traditions and populated by resilient people. Somewhat naively, John absconds in 1947 to escape the ravages of change in postwar Eastern Europe.

Pietro's Daughter by Trish Francese Hunt

Pietro's Daughter

by Trish Francese Hunt

Fact-based historical novel

Escaping the crushing rural poverty of southern Italy, Pietro finds further challenges in his adopted country and experiences great personal hardship.

Crocodile Coast Crash by Howard Young

Crocodile Coast Crash

by Howard Young

British & Australian Fiction
Action

A 747 airliner is lost on the wild and trackless north coast of Australia. Rescuers are helpless in the face of a massive cyclone...

The Sand Symbols by Nola Turner-Jensen

The Sand Symbols

by Nola Turner-Jensen

Children's

Sarah Gibson sat in her faded but comfortable old chair and looked fondly down at her 6 beautiful grandchildren seated on the ground in front of her.

Hicky Knocky by Glenn Cannon

Hicky Knocky

by Glenn Cannon

Fiction

A man cuts down a tree. Another decapitates a child. Which image should affect us most? A falling tree is the more disturbing image, as Mother Earth is dying through human actions, a reality that must transcend our usual sympathy.

Tea in the Library by Annette Freeman

Tea in the Library

by Annette Freeman

General
Memoir

Fulfilling the dream of many a book-lover, Annette Freeman bravely stepped outside her mid-life comfort zone and opened a bookshop café in the heart of Sydney.