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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. 

Cyrus by Kiri Tsitouridis

Cyrus

by Kiri Tsitouridis

Historical Fiction

In late Antiquity, two men—father and son—are living reclusively on Mount Pelion, in central Greece, away from the ever troublesome world.

The Air Between by B.K. McDonald

The Air Between

by B.K. McDonald

Australian Fiction

Go away. Even if it's only for a few days, get away.

Against the Wind by James O'Brien

Against the Wind

by James O'Brien

Memoir

Set in Dublin during the years of the Second World War and in England during the postwar years of the 1950s and 1960s Against the Wind is a lively and compelling memoir.

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.

Earth Reborn by Michael Morel

Earth Reborn

by Michael Morel

Sci Fi

Two advanced souls are sent to Earth by the elders of the Golden Realm on a challenging and momentous mission: to create peace

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.

Emily's Destiny by Allan Pritt

Emily's Destiny

by Allan Pritt

General

Set in Cumberland, before the start of the Second World War, the story moves from industrial Workington to picturesque Keswick in the heart of the English Lake district and tells of Emily Wilsonís journey to escape from a life of fear and poverty.

Competitions The Book by Craig Seitam

Competitions The Book

by Craig Seitam

General

Craig Seitam doesn't enter competitions, he creates them!

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.

Tivoli King by Gae Anderson

Tivoli King

by Gae Anderson

Biographic

Harry Rickards is recognised as one of the most colourful and dynamic showmen to appear on the Australian variety theatre stage.

Love and Other Noxious Needs by Sandra Clough

Love and Other Noxious Needs

by Sandra Clough

Self Help

This book is about finding love and peace, through an understanding of our individual self responding to others.

Glimpses of Purgatory by Robert Menzies

Glimpses of Purgatory

by Robert Menzies

General

It is the 1960s and the world is changing rapidly, socially, morally and politically.

Letters from Holman's Find by Ian Hummerston

Letters from Holman's Find

by Ian Hummerston

Australian Fiction

Holman's Find hit its peak in the early 1900s. A thriving gold-mining town in the middle of nowhere, it was bursting with energy with a bank on every corner, a town hall, post office, pubs and bar brawls. Then things changed

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.'

Taekwondo Bongsul by Yong Dai Cho

Taekwondo Bongsul

by Yong Dai Cho

Sport

Taekwondo Bongsul is easy to learn for women, men and children of all ages.

Shadows and Light - Journeying Through Cancer by Sandra Slatter

Shadows and Light - Journeying Through Cancer

by Sandra Slatter

Memoir

'Cancer' is a word that frightens most of us, but for some it can also take them on a personal and spiritual journey where they are able to once again find the joy in life and a passion to experience it to the fullest.

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.

Pearls of Wisedom Book Two by Glenda Wise

Pearls of Wisedom Book Two

by Glenda Wise

Children's

Scattered amongst these Pearls of 'Wisedom' volumes are sixty Pearl Fairies who stand proudly amongst quotes, sayings and various random writings, both profound and nonsensical.

Pearls of Wisedom Book One by Glenda Wise

Pearls of Wisedom Book One

by Glenda Wise

Children's

Scattered amongst these Pearls of 'Wisedom' volumes are sixty Pearl Fairies who stand proudly amongst quotes, sayings and various random writings, both profound and nonsensical.

The Magic Bracelet by Glenda Wise

The Magic Bracelet

by Glenda Wise

Children's

The Royal Kingdom of Fairy Green gets through a lot of food — special fairy food— and special Bee Tea.
Today was the day to collect their food supplies from the forest.

Return to Middle Castle by Glenda Wise

Return to Middle Castle

by Glenda Wise

Children's

The Royal Kingdom of Fairy Green is in trouble.
The magic fairy dust might disappear.
And all fairy food — and Bee Tea — might vanish.

The Fairy Who Couldn't Fly by Glenda Wise

The Fairy Who Couldn't Fly

by Glenda Wise

Children's

Fairy Green's power could be lost.
Fairy Green would be no more.
It's time for Fairy Bels to find her parents and save Fairy Green, and help the little Earth children to dream again.

The Circle of Stars by Glenda Wise

The Circle of Stars

by Glenda Wise

Children's

Fairy Bels is living in her own house near the Great Hall of Dreams and she can now fly with the other fairies.
But she knows that her story has really only just begun.

Lions and Lilies Book 3: The Gilded Crown by Catherine A Wilson

Lions and Lilies Book 3: The Gilded Crown

by Catherine A Wilson

Historical Fiction

Simon and Catherine Marshall travel to Edinburgh, determined to see the safe return of The Lady of Scotland, but they inadvertently uncover a royal deception.

Abigail and the Terror by Jacqui L. Rennie

Abigail and the Terror

by Jacqui L. Rennie

Historical Fiction

In the seventeenth century colonial town of Salem, Pastor Parris household grows larger with the coming of his niece, the young Abigail, cousin of his daughter, Betty.

Broken by Gail Jensz

Broken

by Gail Jensz

Australian Fiction

Two years ago, Jessie Wyre died, but to Meredith Reed it feels like only yesterday. 'I remember Jessie holding me close to him on those days we sought refuge in his bedroom together,' ...

Lions and Lilies Book 2: The Order of the Lily by Catherine A Wilson

Lions and Lilies Book 2: The Order of the Lily

by Catherine A Wilson

Historical Fiction

When valour and duty stand above a heart's desire ...

The Blood Forest by Kevin McGrath

The Blood Forest

by Kevin McGrath

Thriller

Errol Davis is both cunning and vicious.
When he walks, he crouches like a wild dog.
He is also supremely patient, prepared to wait long hours to prey upon the young women he encounters hitchhiking, bushwalking and camping.

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...

Second Thoughts by Leslie Roberts

Second Thoughts

by Leslie Roberts

Poetry

In this latest collection of Leslie Roberts' poetry, several of the themes and ideas presented in an earlier volume, Leadlights and Lanterns, are extended and developed, but there is much that is new and original.

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.

Merlin's School for Ordinary Children - The Ring of Curses by Margaret Rose Blake

Merlin's School for Ordinary Children - The Ring of Curses

by Margaret Rose Blake

Children's
Fantasy

A reclusive old man had to die before something of major proportions happened in the small seaside town of Calder Cove.

The Arochmuir by Wyndam Kane

The Arochmuir

by Wyndam Kane

Historical Fiction

Disguised as her twin brother, Rebecca finds happiness and fulfilment as a navy cadet aboard the man o?\' war ship the Arochmuir.

She Couldn't Say Goodbye by Peter Russell

She Couldn't Say Goodbye

by Peter Russell

Biographic

Emma was your normal kid - a kid full of energy who loved to hang out with her friends.
Her passion was dancing and singing and her teenage world was innocent and exciting.This is the true story that will break any parent's heart.

Qbits The Perseids Adventure by Peter Fitzgerald

Qbits The Perseids Adventure

by Peter Fitzgerald

Sci Fi

This is the story of two young scientists Tom Jackson and Scott 'Mad Dog' Maddocks.

The Lily and the Lion by Catherine A Wilson

The Lily and the Lion

by Catherine A Wilson

Romance

Separated in infancy, rediscovered by chance, can they unravel a mystery and find a way to reunite? Wistful and passionate, the wayward Cécile d'Armagnac has enjoyed the indulgent childhood of a French noble...

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.

Double Deception by Stephen May

Double Deception

by Stephen May

Fiction
Thriller

When establishing the identity of the victim of a near fatal automobile accident proves puzzling, determining the motives behind his strange activities is even harder.

Dickheads & Witches by Michael Morel

Dickheads & Witches

by Michael Morel

General

Men! Do you really understand women?
Women! Do you truly believe that you understand your male counterparts?

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.

Vanishing Point by Alan Moore

Vanishing Point

by Alan Moore

General

The Australian Outback is a vast and empty place, hiding many secrets.

Goulburn's Deliverance by Grant Rodwell

Goulburn's Deliverance

by Grant Rodwell

Fiction

Young Aussie, Michael Fitzpatrick, is an intelligent lad with a promising future at the Sydney General Post Office.

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.

Ghost Whisperer by Caterina Ligato

Ghost Whisperer

by Caterina Ligato

Spirituality
Biographic

An intriguing journey into the world of Spirit. The impact of the Spirit Realm on the physical world comes alive with the documenting of psychic attacks and demonic interference.

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.

Dark Side of the Mind by Frances O'Brien

Dark Side of the Mind

by Frances O'Brien

Psychology

This true story of John, a young schizophrenic man, the eldest of four boys, who grew up in Canberra at the time Walter Burley Griffin was designing the lake, in a happy home where he had fun, got up to mischief with his brothers and was regarded...

Facing the Music by Brian Smith

Facing the Music

by Brian Smith

Thriller

When a crane failure on the CityView high-rise development puts two of his men in hospital project manager Mike Georgiou knows he has a serious problem on his hands.

Secrets of Happy People by Carlo Fraiia

Secrets of Happy People

by Carlo Fraiia

Self Help

Carlo Fraiia has suffered from depression and loneliness and has survived. He has gathered many wisdoms along the way and he has realised that he wants to share his strategies.

Careering into Corrections by Cleo Lynch

Careering into Corrections

by Cleo Lynch

Memoir
Relationships

The disintegration of a marriage and a plummeting in financial and social status when in her late forties, leaves the author stranded with a limited income...

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 Changed My Mind - How I Became a Clinical Hypnotherapist by Ron Bentick

I Changed My Mind - How I Became a Clinical Hypnotherapist

by Ron Bentick

Self Help

After an accident dating back to World War II causes Ron Bentick, years later, to be virtually paralysed for months he turns to hypnotherapy which changes his life.

I Can See Angels by Koo Metcalf

I Can See Angels

by Koo Metcalf

Children's

This is a previously published book.

The Scent of Belonging by Rosie Abbott

The Scent of Belonging

by Rosie Abbott

Australian Fiction

The dominating physical presence of the countryside makes her feel small ? a hill country landscape scarred with dark-green fissures of hidden valleys, suffused with cloying smells lurking in the heat.

The Bambino Book Numbers and Animals by Rita Aiello Martiniello

The Bambino Book Numbers and Animals

by Rita Aiello Martiniello

Children's

The first of a series of the Bambino Book, Numeri e Animali is written and spoken in Italian and is the perfect start to learning the Italian language. Beautifully illustrated, young readers will enjoy learning as they listen and read along.

The Bambino Book Numeri e Animali by Rita Aiello Martiniello

The Bambino Book Numeri e Animali

by Rita Aiello Martiniello

Children's

The first of a series of the Bambino Book, Numeri e Animali is written and spoken in Italian and is the perfect start to learning the Italian language. Beautifully illustrated, young readers will enjoy learning as they listen and read along.

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.

An Unquiet State by Ruth Carson

An Unquiet State

by Ruth Carson

Australian Fiction

An atmosphere of drought and fire dominates parts of the state of Victoria and intrudes itself inexorably into the everyday life of the people living there.

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.

Top to Toe Pamper Guide by Carmel Veronica Locaso

Top to Toe Pamper Guide

by Carmel Veronica Locaso

General

What does a woman do when she has a few hours to herself and needs to unwind? She pampers herself with beauty treatments from this Top-To-Toe Pamper Guide. The instructions are easy to follow and the procedures are simple, yet effective.

The Light of the World by Win Wise

The Light of the World

by Win Wise

Religion

After teaching religious education in Sunday schools and public schools for forty years, Win and Tom Wise had an idea.

Tight in the Bud by Cassandra Jose

Tight in the Bud

by Cassandra Jose

Australian Fiction

When Katrina's daughters travel overseas, she is overwhelmed by a deluge of loneliness. To revive her ailing social life, she joins a scrapbooking class.

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.

Labyrinth in the Snow by Lindsay B. Rochcouste

Labyrinth in the Snow

by Lindsay B. Rochcouste

Fiction

Two human babies from the village of Cluney are abducted by the female Wizard Mirabel.

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.

Into Your Dreams by Bradley Marshall

Into Your Dreams

by Bradley Marshall

Thriller
Fiction

Sam's dreams are somehow linked to reality. Although he cannot explain it, his dreams actually play out around him to the exact minute detail.

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

...regards, some girl with words by Elizabeth Ryan

...regards, some girl with words

by Elizabeth Ryan

Biographic

Articulate, perceptive, sensitive, quirky, and often hauntingly beautiful, Genevieve Ryan's writing explores the innermost experiences of a young woman growing up in an exhilarating and confusing world.

Escape to Van Diemen's Land by Bob Mainwaring

Escape to Van Diemen's Land

by Bob Mainwaring

Historical
Australian Fiction

Martin Maynard is born into an English country family in the “hungry twenties” of the 1800's, a period of depression, unrest and hopelessness.Fortunate to have a secure life because of his father's position as bailiff of t...

Beside the River by Sally Graham

Beside the River

by Sally Graham

Fiction
Thriller

Celia, a young English immigrant, finds life in a remote Australian township lonely and dull. Then she becomes caught up in local affairs and finds that beneath the surface, things are not all what they seem.

The Undesirable Immigrant by Ian Marshall

The Undesirable Immigrant

by Ian Marshall

Fiction
Historical

Georgina Lock's only apparent sin was that she wanted to marry an Australian who already had a wife.

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.

Roman Zenith by Karl Franz

Roman Zenith

by Karl Franz

Historical
Fiction

As a self-conscious, proud and democratic Rome defeated, subjugated, dominated and taxed, could she herself guard against foreign Gods? cunning, drugs, computers and prophecies?

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 ...

Big Days, Whoppers and Oh My Gods by J.P. Mayfred

Big Days, Whoppers and Oh My Gods

by J.P. Mayfred

Australian Fiction

My friend always said that there were only three types of days in this world: Big ones, Whoppers and Oh, my Gods.

From Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing to 3M Australia Pty Ltd 3M by Colin Rimington

From Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing to 3M Australia Pty Ltd 3M

by Colin Rimington

Australian History

Anyone who has worked at 3M Australia for any length of time soon feels as though they are part of a big family.

Small, Sweet, Bitter: the psyche of the pastry chef by Duncan Campbell

Small, Sweet, Bitter: the psyche of the pastry chef

by Duncan Campbell

Food
Cookbook

What really goes through the minds of pastry chefs? Are they like kitchen chefs? Are they of the same temperament? Do they get the same recognition?

Harmony Horizon by Kerry Allinson

Harmony Horizon

by Kerry Allinson

Relationships

When families break down, it can often be difficult for parents to effectively communicate to each other about their children.

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?

Faith, Hope and Prayer by Rita Megale

Faith, Hope and Prayer

by Rita Megale

Spirituality

Most of my married life I took it for granted that I had found a special someone out there for me, no questions asked

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.

Far Way from the Brewery by Isolde Martin

Far Way from the Brewery

by Isolde Martin

Travel

This book is not fiction. This is the story of the author's life as an expatriate, and takes the reader on a journey through five continents and seven countries.

To Russia for Love by Tina Morris

To Russia for Love

by Tina Morris

Memoir
Biographic

Tina Morris dreamt a handsome prince would come and take her away to live happily ever after, but the reality was that her father was an alcoholic and her siblings called her 'the little bitch'.

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.

Despite Pain by Peta Price

Despite Pain

by Peta Price

Medical
Biographic

This book is written for people who are living with chronic pain, their family and their friends.

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.

Absolute Power by Marika Woods

Absolute Power

by Marika Woods

Feminism
Spirituality

Last century the Sleeping Giant stirred and this century it will rise and take the world in directions undreamed of and the name of this Sleeping Giant is FEMINISM.

Little Bit Different by Rick Anderson

Little Bit Different

by Rick Anderson

Memoir

This story is an inspirational account of a young boy growing up in Melbourne during the 1950s… It tells how he escaped from a traumatic home life with a limited education, how he rode a bicycle 33 km a day to and from his first job and how...

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.

Severed Past by Anthony R. Jansen

Severed Past

by Anthony R. Jansen

Thriller

Since that fateful day, computer expert David Hayes has been consumed by his need to learn more about his past. Frustrated at every turn, his search seems destined to fail until the sudden arrival of a photograph from his past

For the Love of Rhupert by Rhonda Schwab

For the Love of Rhupert

by Rhonda Schwab

Australian Fiction

Eight year-old Emmaline and her best friend Rosemary empathise with and support the older, much-bullied, but highly musically gifted Rhupert.

My Very Own Alphabet Book by Wendy Coyle

My Very Own Alphabet Book

by Wendy Coyle

Educational
Children's

Pictures of familiar people and objects will work best when using this book to teach the alphabet. Our illustrations mainly begin with short sounds.

The Tobacco Barons by Chrisoula Feros

The Tobacco Barons

by Chrisoula Feros

Historical Drama
Historical Fiction

The Tobacco Barons is Chrisse Feros? account of the unforgiving and barbarous pursuit for power between two dynasties of entrepreneurs for control of tobacco in the islands of Sumatra and Singapore in the 1930s.

Acrobats of Reason by Graham Butchart

Acrobats of Reason

by Graham Butchart

Thriller

Acrobats of Reason is the compelling story of Martin Wilson-Jones, his struggle to survive Indonesia's corporate world and the steady erosion of his own principles.

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.

Letting Go: How to Survive Life and Keep a Smile on Your Face by Marty Doyle

Letting Go: How to Survive Life and Keep a Smile on Your Face

by Marty Doyle

Memoir

The world today is demanding ' of our time, our attention and our resources. Keeping up with multiple demands can be physically exhausting, even debilitating. It can make you sick ' very sick.

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 Triumph of Tragedy by Vakkina Panagiotidis

The Triumph of Tragedy

by Vakkina Panagiotidis

Biographic

The Triumph of Tragedy is the story of Vakkina and her struggle to achieve her dreams to be a painter and to own her own business.

Sex is for Sinners by Michael Morel

Sex is for Sinners

by Michael Morel

Fiction

Mick Malone has inherited the naivety and wit of the Irish along with a dash of French spice, a portion of English prudishness and a generous Germanic love of good beer.

A Wee Bit O' Tartan by Thomas George Jnr

A Wee Bit O' Tartan

by Thomas George Jnr

Biographic

I sincerely hope you will gain some knowledge into people like myself. We can live and love and enjoy a full, deserving life in spite of all the diverse obstacles we learn to overcome and, keep in mind, genuine true love knows no barriers.

The Arms of Compassion Hold the Truth by Sue Osborne

The Arms of Compassion Hold the Truth

by Sue Osborne

Spirituality

The arms of compassion hold the truth is a compelling book about how man-kind has disconnected from the spirit of Nature's matter and all she has to teach us.

Managers Behaving Badly by Harro Drexler

Managers Behaving Badly

by Harro Drexler

Self Help
Educational

This book demonstrates there is scope for educational institutions to research the link between workplace stress and organizational performance.

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.

The Morutau Affair by Vernon H. Baker

The Morutau Affair

by Vernon H. Baker

Thriller
Action

In the steamy jungle of Southern Papua in the early 1950s, a white plantation owner is murdered. An exciting and compelling story from start to finish.

Behind The Pub Door by Dorothy Dickhart Clarke

Behind The Pub Door

by Dorothy Dickhart Clarke

Biographic
Historical

From growing up after the Second World War in Western Australia where the chooks were psychotic and the dunny was dangerous, to serving beers to the miners from the Kalgoorlie goldfields,

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

Escape to Death by Richard Le Normand

Escape to Death

by Richard Le Normand

Thriller
Action

In 1947 Marcel, Peter and Gerda, working for a special branch of the secret service, run an escape route from Germany, through France and Spain, to their castle on the Portuguese coast.

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

One Man's Journey by Guy Sigley

One Man's Journey

by Guy Sigley

Historical
Biographic

Running from the agony of betrayal, John McDouall Stuart sails across the globe to search for solace in the arms of a foreign, undiscovered land.

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.

Dreamboat by Bonita Gail

Dreamboat

by Bonita Gail

Australian Fiction
Romance

The first time she laid eyes on him, Justine Kendall knew Bradley Lawrence was the one for her ? Brad, hair dark as Cadbury Old Gold and eyes like the Tasman Sea midafternoon on a clear blue day.

Thinking in Fragments by Joachim Matschoss

Thinking in Fragments

by Joachim Matschoss

Poetry

I wanted to be somewhere else from a young age. In fact, when I was nine or ten I decided to run away.

Under the Linden Tree by Margaret Reid

Under the Linden Tree

by Margaret Reid

Memoir
WWII History

Under the Linden Tree is the true story of Rudolf as he relates his life experiences in therapy sessions over a period of years.

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.

Thunderbang by Iris Foster

Thunderbang

by Iris Foster

British & Australian Fiction

Jack and Paul sought the cool shade under the gum trees, the cattle rested around the waterhole, recovering from their trip across the hot, treeless plain.

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...

The Tinderbox by Mark Whitelaw

The Tinderbox

by Mark Whitelaw

Fiction
Action

The mysterious Tinderbox Penisula harbours a terrible secret… The evidence from the press clippings is indisputable ? a pattern of crime spanning more than a decade and not a single arrest.

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 Calvanni by Chris McMahon

The Calvanni

by Chris McMahon

Sci Fi
Fantasy

The time is Storm Season on the world of Yos, when the twin suns eclipse and the planet is plunged into bitter cold.

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.

Will's Boat People by Howard Young

Will's Boat People

by Howard Young

Action
General

Will Harrison, grader driver and bushman, is a compassionate man.
Upon finding a group of newly arrived boat people — two women,

Leathers by Donna Gardner

Leathers

by Donna Gardner

British & Australian Fiction
Action

Leathers is a story of deceit, lust and revenge, set in the glamorous high-octane world of Grand Prix motorcycle racing.

The Wrong Fence by Ian Bradshaw

The Wrong Fence

by Ian Bradshaw

Thriller

Disgruntled investors who participated in class actions against the promoters of two failed dot-com companies are left stunned when they lose both cases in court.

Vint-age Life by John McDermott

Vint-age Life

by John McDermott

Health

This book is about you. The younger you are, the more it is about you.

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.

Transgression by Geraldine Wooller

Transgression

by Geraldine Wooller

Australian Fiction

Eleanor is returning to Italy after a fifteen-year absence. She is out to lay old ghosts to rest and to examine at a distance the grief that stalks her.

All of Us by Mary Rawson

All of Us

by Mary Rawson

Australian Fiction

This story, All of Us, follows Jenny and Witi and their friends and lovers from Kaikoura, New Zealand to Melbourne, Australia.

Matters of Life and Death by W.E. Mickleburgh

Matters of Life and Death

by W.E. Mickleburgh

Philosophy

Many people are troubled by philosophical worries about the nature of the universe, their personal place within it, and significant life roles within their niche.

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.

The Berggeist Letters by Jeff Lynch

The Berggeist Letters

by Jeff Lynch

Relationships
Philosophy

This book is written in the form of a series of letters to a six-year-old grandson named Angus.

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.

Celebrating Life by Sandra Slatter

Celebrating Life

by Sandra Slatter

Medical

The year 2006 commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, but marks 20 years of triumph, friendship and even sorrow in the lives of those involved with this world renowned treatment cure.

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.

Crushed Classics: novels in a nutshell by Aileen Levy

Crushed Classics: novels in a nutshell

by Aileen Levy

Creative Non-Fiction

The idea for this work dawned as I toiled through yet another weighty volume packed with misery and mayhem.

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 ...

Honour Code Of Greed by Michael Jones

Honour Code Of Greed

by Michael Jones

Fiction
Action

Enter a world of glamour and high finance, where mistakes mean death, and crime is a way of life.

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

Melissa Cross and the Rhythm of Murder by BD Sheidow

Melissa Cross and the Rhythm of Murder

by BD Sheidow

Crime
Fiction

When Melissa Cross opens her own practice straight out of law school, little did she realise how easy it is to cross professional boundaries, and little did she realise, how dangerous would be her first client.

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.

The Last Druid by Michael Lawrence

The Last Druid

by Michael Lawrence

Fantasy

As a group of student archeologists is uncovering an ancient castle in Cornwall, so a professor of information technology is uncovering an ancient Truth in Brisbane, Australia.

Silences and Empty Spaces by Barbara Fitzgibbon

Silences and Empty Spaces

by Barbara Fitzgibbon

Biographic
Memoir

Silences and Empty Spaces is the story of a maverick redhead who refuses to do the socially expected and chooses to run with the feeling that something special waits for those willing to chase will-o'-the-wisps.

Towards Spiritual Aliveness by Arnold Gilchrist

Towards Spiritual Aliveness

by Arnold Gilchrist

Spirituality
Philosophy

Towards Spiritual Aliveness defines 'aliveness' as a quality which can make life worth living - ultimately, to live a life that brings us peace and a deep sense of satisfaction that we have lived life with a sense of purpose and energy.

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.

A Killer at Large by Richard Le Normand

A Killer at Large

by Richard Le Normand

Thriller
Action

A sixteen-year old boy is brutally raped by German soldiers and deported to France where he escapes, and becomes obsessed with revenge.

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!

Child of the Universe by Robyn Robins

Child of the Universe

by Robyn Robins

Biographic
Memoir

Child of the Universe dares you to walk a mile in the shoes of those who care for a family member experiencing addiction and mental health issues.

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.

Dido The Phoenician Coup by Beverley Morley

Dido The Phoenician Coup

by Beverley Morley

European Fiction
Fact-based Fiction

A vengeful brother, Phoenician councillors, scheming rival Greek traders, the overall pervading power of the Temple...in her fight for the throne of Tyre

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.

Phoebe Leader and the Time Lockers by M.G. Hooper

Phoebe Leader and the Time Lockers

by M.G. Hooper

Sci Fi

Poised to start a new school year, Phoebe watches her world dismantle before her eyes. A future, hundreds of years beyond her time, has come to throw her fragile life into turmoil.

Philosophy is Life Life is Philosophy by Sreng Ngo

Philosophy is Life Life is Philosophy

by Sreng Ngo

Philosophy

Some people live their lives to the end and they do not know and realise what life is all about. There are so many opinions and competing theories to the meaning of life but what is actually the meaning of life?

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.

Ibu Maluku by Ron Heynneman

Ibu Maluku

by Ron Heynneman

Biographic
Historical

IBU MALUKU is the unique story of a resolute woman, Jeanne van Diejen-Roemen, who survives the hardships of remote jungles, the horrors of two world wars, and the life-threatening political up

Trapped Beneath the Ice by Mary Wicks

Trapped Beneath the Ice

by Mary Wicks

Children's
Fiction

Crossbeak, Bonnet and Bone, a family of three Grey Whales, are trapped beneath the ice with no means of escape. In order to survive they must have air and they can find no breaks in the ice through which they can breathe

Lament for the Dead by Margaret M. Ford

Lament for the Dead

by Margaret M. Ford

Crime
Fiction

“Now then. Let's get started.” Monster Man scrapes the chair a little further forward and settles himself. “I'm going to tell you a story. Are you sitting comfortably? Good. Then I'll begin. Once upon a time …”

Beneath the Stone by Margaret M. Ford

Beneath the Stone

by Margaret M. Ford

Thriller

-Southern Italy, 1943: The German army is quickly losing ground to the Allied assault and retreating towards Rome. The quiet town of Vietri sul Mare has been spared from the ravages of war — until the arrival of an SS officer amidst the conf...

A Lifetime in Verses 1952-2010 by Anastasia Gessa-Liveriadis

A Lifetime in Verses 1952-2010

by Anastasia Gessa-Liveriadis

Poetry

A Lifetime in Verses is a collection of bi-lingual poems written by Anastasia Gessa-Liveriadis, over a period of sixty years.

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.

And I all Undressed by Elvira Davis

And I all Undressed

by Elvira Davis

Poetry

Sonnets, a pantoum and triolets are some of the forms of poetry in this collection that tell about lost love, war and the beauty of the sunrise.

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.

Jackanapes by T. John Ward

Jackanapes

by T. John Ward

British & Australian Fiction
General

The future looks bleak for the 'Artful Dodger' as he languishes in Newgate Prison awaiting transportation.

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.

Riding the Rough Road by Heyward Mcleod Robertson

Riding the Rough Road

by Heyward Mcleod Robertson

Memoir

'I choose to live!'
These were the words Heyward Robertson spoke at his lowest point after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis ? a debilitating and incurable disease of the nervous system.

Dandelion in the Wind by Geraldine Fennell

Dandelion in the Wind

by Geraldine Fennell

Biographic

Sometimes the wind pushes us along paths we don't expect to take, yet Nature appears to understand human frailty.

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.

The Lighthouse Keeper by Sonia F. Stevens

The Lighthouse Keeper

by Sonia F. Stevens

Poetry

My Imagination My Words of Wisdom Sharing a part of my Life with you.
Just Words put together by my Feeling Read them, Enjoy them.

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."

Five Golden Rings and a Diamond by Marie Seltenrych

Five Golden Rings and a Diamond

by Marie Seltenrych

Fiction
Romance

Niamh Murphy is sixteen, bubbling over with youth and dreams of finding true love. She is envied by women and adored by men for her innocence and beauty. However, Niamh has a habit of making seriously bad decisions, which eventually cost her dearly.

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.

Friendship on Fire by Danielle Weiler

Friendship on Fire

by Danielle Weiler

Young Adult Fiction

The first few days of year 12 are disastrous for school captain Daisy Brooks.

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...

Arrest the Silent Killer by Marion Seferth

Arrest the Silent Killer

by Marion Seferth

Medical
Biographic

Arrest the Silent Killer is the author's personal account of her courageous battle with ovarian cancer, from the frustrating search to final diagnosis in 1997, then up to the present day.

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...

The Little Digger's Minions by Graham Fricke

The Little Digger's Minions

by Graham Fricke

Australian Fiction

Billy Hughes was diminutive in stature but gargantuan in achievements. He bestrode the world's stage during and after the Great War, alienating and irritating renowned figures.

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.

Rig Pigs by Tony May

Rig Pigs

by Tony May

Fact-based Fiction
Biographic

Life on the oil rigs is tough. Aside from the constant danger of explosions, accidents and sub-standard safety procedures, there are the other workers to contend with.

North Queensland Fishing Eldorado by Ralph De Lacey

North Queensland Fishing Eldorado

by Ralph De Lacey

Memoir
Biographic

The North Queensland Fishing Eldorado began when a dramatic change came over the commercial fishing industry in North Queensland during the late 1960's.

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.

Thats Anarchy by Chrissie MacDonald

Thats Anarchy

by Chrissie MacDonald

Humour
General

Some called it 'alternative comedy';. Others called it 'the new rock 'n' roll'. Whatever it was, it spawned 'The Young Ones'.

Recovery; Towards a New Future by Peter J. Dwyer

Recovery; Towards a New Future

by Peter J. Dwyer

Philosophy
Educational

“Ours is proving to be one of those decisive periods of history in which a fundamental transformation of the human prospect is taking place”.

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.

Nuclear Islam and Other Stories by Tom Law

Nuclear Islam and Other Stories

by Tom Law

General
Historical

The threat of nuclear war or serious nuclear accident remains with us. Tom Law argues that these risks are increasing to a chilling degree with the continued proliferation of nuclear facilities, particularly in the emerging economies of Asia.

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.

Where There's Light There's Shadow by Chris Jones

Where There's Light There's Shadow

by Chris Jones

Poetry

Where there's light, there's shadow could be compared to a carnival freak show, and is bound to attract people with a taste for the bizarre and a certain darkness in their hearts.

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.

Catch a Falling Star by Peter Haywood

Catch a Falling Star

by Peter Haywood

Australian Fiction

When asked what it is about fame and celebrity that draws people so desperately to it, the record producer and songwriter Kim Fowley replied, "Inadequacy ... it's over-compensation for a crummy life, and you decide to have a fantasy life."

In Disgrace with Fortune by R. Casey

In Disgrace with Fortune

by R. Casey

Australian Fiction

lan is just a dreamy, well-meaning young office clerk, but things are going horribly wrong for him.

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.

Direct Selling by John McAndrew

Direct Selling

by John McAndrew

Self Help
General

Dynamic Strategies, Stories and Techniques for Creating High Income through the Profession of Direct Selling

Beyond Indigo by Allan Skerman

Beyond Indigo

by Allan Skerman

Australian Fiction

Everyone at The Ridge knew that Old Andy had come up with a big black. Everyone knew that he was cutting it himself, with his shaky hands and failing eyesight.

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.

Superfund The Dodgy Investment by Peter Jans

Superfund The Dodgy Investment

by Peter Jans

General
Biographic

The story of “a country lad who was foolishly willing to believe that the information supplied on a tax invoice was going to be true and correct.”

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

Morgans Ridge by Robena June Schaerf

Morgans Ridge

by Robena June Schaerf

Romance
Fiction

Set in the lush vineyard areas of the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Australia, and Sonoma County, California, explores a bungled matchmaking scheme devised by the elders of both vineyards to unite their young offspring.

Lockie Meets Wiroo by Robyn Robins

Lockie Meets Wiroo

by Robyn Robins

Children's

Lockie was recovering from the steep climb to the forbidden cave when he fell into the crevice of the rock. Far below, his dad and brother, Bray, were building a campfire. The green tent, their home for the weekend, flapped in the gentle breeze.

Capitalism by Max Gregory

Capitalism

by Max Gregory

General
Self Help

It  has been previously noted that “so many people live lives of quiet desperation”. Stress occasioned by money troubles, such as caused by inflation and unemployment, is a major factor in such desperation.

Hunters and Gatherers by Joe Deriu

Hunters and Gatherers

by Joe Deriu

Fiction
Fantasy

The hatred between two brothers, Huyuk and Krot, leads to a split among the people in Uro's village. Along with a group of other hunters and gatherers,

The Alpha and the Omega by Stephanie Giannis

The Alpha and the Omega

by Stephanie Giannis

Self Help
Spirituality

I begin to write this book knowing that life is about keeping true to your inner light. The alpha is the chance to begin and the omega is the legacy you were born to leave behind. First the dream and then the persistence to see that dream be real...

Inkonkoni by Barry Abley

Inkonkoni

by Barry Abley

British & Australian Fiction
Action

An exciting tale of comradeship, revenge and war

Pepe And Poppy by Joe Novella

Pepe And Poppy

by Joe Novella

Humour
Fact-based Fiction

It's nineteen eighty-three and in Melbourne the worlds of Avondale Heights and Coburg are about to collide. Giuseppe Allevoni, from good Italian stock, has fallen in love with Kaliopi Papadolp

Echo Of Evil by Sally Graham

Echo Of Evil

by Sally Graham

British & Australian Fiction
Romance

A straightforward investigation becomes increasingly threatening when a historian unearths a number of strange events from the past which begin, disturbingly, to affect her own life.

Truth in Masquerade by Cedric Hampson

Truth in Masquerade

by Cedric Hampson

Thriller
Crime

A boy who struggles with being caught between two cultures grows up to become a doctor to keep his beloved mother happy.

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.

The Red Witch by Sylvia Story

The Red Witch

by Sylvia Story

British & Australian Fiction

The Extraordinary Tale of Georgiana Lensdale. She was a woman in a man's world, fighting for her own identity.

Sighting of a Dolphin by Rosslyn Thomas

Sighting of a Dolphin

by Rosslyn Thomas

Fiction
Fantasy

Matthew's mother disappears one night, but leaves behind Fluke, a plastic dolphin, who becomes Matthew's constant companion.

Legacy by Jeff Edwards

Legacy

by Jeff Edwards

Fiction
Political Thriller

Jade Green has done what she had previously thought impossible. The infamous madam has emerged from obscurity and dared to use her legendary videos to sway Toby Brown's court case in his favour

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?.

Merino Murder by R. Casey

Merino Murder

by R. Casey

Fiction
Thriller

In an outback area of Australia, Merino rams are dying, suddenly, violently and unaccountably, and a nearby agricultural research station is called upon to study the problem. The investigation is barely underway before a technician is found dead in a

The Flight of the Raven - Vol 1 The Star Fire Saga by SK Ashley

The Flight of the Raven - Vol 1 The Star Fire Saga

by SK Ashley

Sci Fi

In the new millennium 3001, humans have adjusted to a huge change of living conditions after the devastating nuclear wars of 2902.

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.

Blokes & Dunnies by Jeff Self

Blokes & Dunnies

by Jeff Self

Psychology

On his regular travels across and around Australia a retired psychiatrist notes the mental processes and attitudes of his fellow males while using public toilets.

Soul Timeless of All Reveals by Ostaria H. Selir

Soul Timeless of All Reveals

by Ostaria H. Selir

Cosmology

The forty-two prints of Ostaria Selir's oil paintings and their accompanying texts depict the origin of the universe, the stars and their Gods, the planet's, their inhabitants, and Earth's evolution and place in the universe.

With a Smile and a Song by Paul Ruse

With a Smile and a Song

by Paul Ruse

Poetry

This book contains mostly light rhyming verse, but there is also some equally lighthearted prose. The prose consists mostly of comments on what the author feels is a misuse of the English language.

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?

Upon  the Sheep's Back by S.J. Jordan

Upon the Sheep's Back

by S.J. Jordan

Australian Fiction

One by one, all the little lambs must die '

The Wings of Leo Spencer by Jerome Parisse

The Wings of Leo Spencer

by Jerome Parisse

Fantasy

Fourteen year old Leo has found the most amazing present for his mum's birthday. Unfortunately, someone has decided that he will not live to see it…

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.

Pemberley Through the Ages -- A Grand Reinvention of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice by Norma Jean Moseley

Pemberley Through the Ages -- A Grand Reinvention of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

by Norma Jean Moseley

Romance
British & Australian Fiction

In the 1400s, the Duke of York rewarded his steward, George Darcy, with a parcel of land in Derbyshire. This parcel of land came to be known as 'Pemberley'.

Dream Raider by KC Webb

Dream Raider

by KC Webb

Sci Fi

Johnny Marsh is different. For John the mysterious and unknown is not something to be afraid of. When he was a child he wasnít afraid of the monster under the bed; he would go looking for it.

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.

The Long Road Back by H. T. Sargeant

The Long Road Back

by H. T. Sargeant

Biographic

It is a little-known fact that during the Second World War some Bomber Command aircrews had a second wireless operator, one who could speak fluent German.

Raging Hormones by Masao Usui

Raging Hormones

by Masao Usui

Fiction
Self Help

Beauty, wealth and the right sense of occasion have long been considered as the building blocks of love and relationships.

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

Mr Jones' Men by Henry Blyth

Mr Jones' Men

by Henry Blyth

Thriller

After leaving Melbourne to head up a medical service in South East Asia, Lloyd Prentice vanishes without trace.

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

Jump Joey Jump by Patricia Adams

Jump Joey Jump

by Patricia Adams

Children's

Aussie kids are able to enjoy a diversity of natural experiences, in some of the most unique environments in the world

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

Boobi - The Independent Cat by Alex Krestovsky

Boobi - The Independent Cat

by Alex Krestovsky

General

Thrill to the exciting adventures of Boobi a very independent young female cat who stands up for her rights.

The Naughty Kid by Wendy Coyle

The Naughty Kid

by Wendy Coyle

Children's

Jack is a fun-loving boy diagnosed with ADHD at the age of seven. The Naughty Kid gives an insight into what life is like living with ADHD and how it affects others.

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?

Time to Time by Ruth O'Reilly

Time to Time

by Ruth O'Reilly

History - New Age

As history progresses, a soul's journey through time evolves in parallel, at times advancing and at times regressing, as does the course of collective humanity.

Granton Manor by Robena June Schaerf

Granton Manor

by Robena June Schaerf

Romance
Fiction

Granton Manor, set in Scotland in 1996 amidst the Grampian Mountains, the fast flowing Spey River with excellent salmon fishing, explores the secrets and hidden agendas of the women of the estate.

Redheads by Paul Spencer Sochaczewski

Redheads

by Paul Spencer Sochaczewski

Fact-based Fiction
Asian Fiction

Sochaczewski traces the interlinked stories of Urs Gerhardt, a Swiss shepherd and Gilda Korda Brekenridge, a self-serving orangutan researcher.

Isabelle by Ann Gillespie

Isabelle

by Ann Gillespie

Historical Fiction

The year is 1851 when the feisty but unworldly 18-year-old Isabelle forsakes her comfortable and sheltered upbringing in the Cumbrian hills of northern England to go against her family's wishes and marry a dedicated young clergyman.

The Shipping Broker by Derek Berg

The Shipping Broker

by Derek Berg

Biographic
Australian History

On a winter's day in 1913, Sverre Berg left Norway to get experience in shipping offices in Glasgow and Nantes.

Frawd and Other Species of Thought by Kevin Vodden

Frawd and Other Species of Thought

by Kevin Vodden

Fantasy
Mystery

Frawd is one of thirty surreal tales which contrive to expose the psychological insecurity of the living being (not necessarily human) by leading it, her or him to question all that there could be to question:

A Single Rose by Rob Aalders

A Single Rose

by Rob Aalders

Fiction
Thriller

Tim seeks the truth behind his father's attempted murder with the help of his girlfriend, Casey, but is thwarted at every turn by hostile relatives and strangely connected events.

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.

Y2K - 70 by Wim Hassing

Y2K - 70

by Wim Hassing

General

Y2K-70 tells the story of the first seventy years of the author's life.

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.

Chasing Margaret by Simon Klapish

Chasing Margaret

by Simon Klapish

Fiction
Action

With a dream that goes beyond her number one position in the International Tennis world, Amelia Chloe Emmansard has $80 million and a determination beyond her 19 years to make that dream become a reality.

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.

A Love Unforsaken by Brenda Meister

A Love Unforsaken

by Brenda Meister

Romance
General

From mistress of the manor to servant within, this is the story of beautiful, precocious Jenna Leanne Stewart set in Charleston, South Carolina in 1838

Blood Her Maiden Sword by Grant Rodwell

Blood Her Maiden Sword

by Grant Rodwell

Historical Fiction

Set in exotic surroundings including Sydney, the Australian outback, Tahiti, London's Whitehall, and the tortuous, burning sands of the Sudan...

The Secret Of St Nicholas by Mary Anne Kamols

The Secret Of St Nicholas

by Mary Anne Kamols

Children's
General

Is Santa real?
This often asked question leaves many parents wondering what to say.
The Secret of Saint Nicholas provides an answer.

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...

Human Stock by Vaughan Whitlock

Human Stock

by Vaughan Whitlock

Sci Fi
Fantasy

How will cloning affect humanity?
HUMAN STOCK is a story of survival amidst world devastation, contrived evolution through evil ambition and impossible love.

Breaking the Mould by Freya Sundt

Breaking the Mould

by Freya Sundt

Biographic

With its roots in a violent and abusive childhood where Joy, her mother and her eight surviving siblings lived under the tyrannical reign of their alcoholic and sadistic father, the path for Joy's life seemed ...

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.

Short Short Stories by Rick Van Dam

Short Short Stories

by Rick Van Dam

General
Fiction

The reading of these short stories will keep you amused. Some of them are about cruelty, sadness, passion, jealousy, love and hate.

Hardship Posting by Stuart Lloyd

Hardship Posting

by Stuart Lloyd

Asian Fiction
Travel

For centuries, expatriates from all corners of the world have come to Asia, seeking wealth, opportunity and adventure.

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.

My Voyage around Spray by Val Wake

My Voyage around Spray

by Val Wake

Memoir

(with apologies to Captain Joshua Slocum) is not only about the author's love of boats and sailing, it is a social commentary about the return of a native son and his re-discovery of Australia after an absence of nearly 40 years.

White Ghosts Black Shadows by Ray Johnston

White Ghosts Black Shadows

by Ray Johnston

Australian Fiction

The scene?the luscious lazy tropical town of Rabaul, New Guinea. The time?January 1942.  

Some Kind of Justice by John Newman

Some Kind of Justice

by John Newman

Historical Fiction

For the poor in 18th century England, life was difficult and oftentimes brief, with pain and death a constant presence.

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 Adventures of the Super Bubbleloos -The Bubble Orb and Splat the Dragon by Janey Howe

The Adventures of the Super Bubbleloos -The Bubble Orb and Splat the Dragon

by Janey Howe

Children's

The book 'The Adventures of the Super Bubbleloos-The Bubble Orb and Splat the Dragon?, is the first in my Super Bubbleloos book series.

DemiChat and the Kent Street Mystery by Toni Brisland

DemiChat and the Kent Street Mystery

by Toni Brisland

Children's

For middle primary school readers London detectives DemiChat and Lord Flannery Beagle discover that a scientist has gone missing!  He has left behind a trail of purple powder which makes Flannery sneeze his way across France into Italy.

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?

Scorpio's Lot by Ray Smithies

Scorpio's Lot

by Ray Smithies

Thriller

Following the murder of a young, well-liked man in the small, peaceful community of Pedley, Tom Harrison's world is plunged into turmoil. Determined to protect his niece Brigit from Scorpio, a notorious drug syndicate.

Before I Forget by Allan Stanton

Before I Forget

by Allan Stanton

Biographic
Australian History

Allan Stanton's dreams of becoming a professional golfer were cut short in June 1967 when he was called up for National Service in the Australian Army

Fine Line by Noel Harding

Fine Line

by Noel Harding

Thriller

Every now and then predictable patterns in life are broken and time as we know it can change and alter its nature.

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 ?

The Castleton Leads by Allan Skerman

The Castleton Leads

by Allan Skerman

Australian Fiction

Traumatised cop Sam Brinkley uncovers a murder when he searches for gold. Donovan was the big boss and had told Sam Brinkley that he was no good to Homicide the way he was.

Vaila's Capri by Helen Ross

Vaila's Capri

by Helen Ross

Historical
Romance

From the windswept Shetland Islands far to the north of Scotland, to the ancient ruins of Zimbabwe and then to the mystical Mediterranean Isle of Capri, young Vaila takes us on a breathtaking romantic journey of history and intrigue

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'

Rubbish by Simon Klapish

Rubbish

by Simon Klapish

Fiction
Humour

Rubbish and money are all Dave cares about, although he does have a growing desire for the local pig farmer's daughter.
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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’

Shapes of Meaning by Ann Tregenza

Shapes of Meaning

by Ann Tregenza

Poetry

Award winning poetry by South Australian, Ann Tregenza

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!

I Woke Up Feeling Thailand by D. Bruno Starrs

I Woke Up Feeling Thailand

by D. Bruno Starrs

Fiction
Asian Fiction

Thailand has many attractions. For Candy, straight from a Texas trailer park, it's the cheap drugs. For Leo, a hip-hoppin California dude, it's the cheap drugs and the cheap sex.

Child Of The Twenties by Nancye Kent Perry

Child Of The Twenties

by Nancye Kent Perry

Memoir
Biographic

Nancye Kent Perry's living biography covers the period from early childhood to early womanhood. Filled with personal remininiscences and anecdotes.

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.?

Turquoise by Ayshe Talay-Ongan

Turquoise

by Ayshe Talay-Ongan

Australian Fiction

Set against transcendent love, unrelenting hatred and loyalties to friends and family, Turquoise is the story of an enduring and passionate love affair between Yasmin and Renan, which spans two decades, two marriages and three continents

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

Dragon of the Second Moon by Christian Tamblyn

Dragon of the Second Moon

by Christian Tamblyn

Sci Fi

Finding himself resuscitated on a fertile world, exiled through the chasms of space, is only the first of many overwhelming surprises for Alex Hall.

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 '.

Bagamoyo by Dennis Nelson

Bagamoyo

by Dennis Nelson

Historical Fiction

Africa prior to the First World War. When the grandson journeys to Tanzania in order to give the deceased elephant hunter a spiritual homecoming ...

You Blokes from the City? by James Nott

You Blokes from the City?

by James Nott

Biographic

James Nott was born into a farming family in the Central West of NSW. His early schooling took place in Dubbo, followed by boarding school in Sydney.

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.

Fragments from a Forgettory by Doug Buckley

Fragments from a Forgettory

by Doug Buckley

Memoir
Religion

A tour de force of a memoir in an unmistakable Australian voice. Often humorous and with a heart for the underdog, this is also a kind of love story. Nick Greiner former Premier: "A highly personal, insightful reflection on a life of public service

The Dictates of Destiny by Royce Hall

The Dictates of Destiny

by Royce Hall

Memoir

The Dictates of Destiny is an intriguing story concerning a most unusual and complex man.View the movie trailer at http://www.dictatesofdestiny.com/

Is this Justice by John Frisina

Is this Justice

by John Frisina

Australian Fiction

Dom Onsert, a seventy-three year old man, was sitting up in bed with his back against the wall and his eyes moistened with tears.

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.

The Realm of Believe by Geoff Cain

The Realm of Believe

by Geoff Cain

Fantasy

Early one morning in South Gippsland, an average couple and their dog come face to face with a dragon. They are transported through a star gate above their home to the overlapping second realm.

Destiny by Anthony La Riccia

Destiny

by Anthony La Riccia

Fantasy

Lucas Swanson is your average everyday teenager. He is an orphan living in New York City where he goes to school, has limited friends that add up to two, is constantly bullied for no apparent reason, and has the strangest blue eyes anyone has eve...

Rainbow Bridge Home by Gary Hillier

Rainbow Bridge Home

by Gary Hillier

Fiction

That face'she was the one Tahe had seen in his dream before leaving home. She was somehow connected to his distant past

The Brotherhood by Steve Jovanoski

The Brotherhood

by Steve Jovanoski

Australian Fiction
Crime

A new job and a new life seem to have finally put him back on track after a tragedy devastated his family six months before, but soon after starting his new job he finds himself taking risks to investigate the strange events he has witnessed.

Prophecy of the Pendulum by Susan Taylor

Prophecy of the Pendulum

by Susan Taylor

Magic

Prophecy of the pendulum provides an opportunity for every person to become their own psychic!

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.

Boggo Road Prison Riots to Ruin by Stephen M. Cage

Boggo Road Prison Riots to Ruin

by Stephen M. Cage

Australian History
Biographic

Still standing and proud to have served. End of an Era in Penal Servitude and Punishment.

Blow the Wind Southerly by Vincent Smith

Blow the Wind Southerly

by Vincent Smith

General

Blow the Wind Southerly is a story of adventure and intrigue set against the background of World War 1 and a mother's attempt to see her daughter disinherited in favour of her son.

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.

Speaking With Dogs by JB Garry

Speaking With Dogs

by JB Garry

Educational

JB Garry, a successful breeder of Dobermans, has also worked as a dog trainer, providing his services to the police and the military. He has trained hundreds of dogs with great success ' admirers say he 'speaks with dogs?.

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.

Gouda Town Mice Chronicles Book 1 Tilly Nibbles, Lilly Squeak and Snowball the Bully by Lainey Sheldon

Gouda Town Mice Chronicles Book 1 Tilly Nibbles, Lilly Squeak and Snowball the Bully

by Lainey Sheldon

Children's

It's Tilly's first day at school and she's come across a bully called Snowbell who wants to steal her lunch, but Tilly's found a new friend called Lizzy.

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...

Yesterday was Warm and Sunny by Allan Skerman

Yesterday was Warm and Sunny

by Allan Skerman

Thriller
Fiction

The disc of light was a thing of incredible beauty backgrounded by the blackness of space but what Ronnie Bleek was seeing and hearing just could not be, he knew.

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.

The Evolution of Mankind by Una O'Shea

The Evolution of Mankind

by Una O'Shea

Philosophy

My gift for this life is a memory pattern of past lives, several as a writer and many as a mystic.