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Where Life Falls by A.R. (Tas) Browning

Where Life Falls

by A.R. (Tas) Browning

Memoir

An engaging account of an Australian naval aviator's life, of lifelong friendships and dangers shared, and adventures on the high seas, in the skies, and in foreign ports.

Wouldn't be Dead for Quids by Bob Menzies

Wouldn't be Dead for Quids

by Bob Menzies

Australian Poetry and Prose

An irreverent look at surviving PTSD and depression, remembering a lost Australia and its values and a celebration of perseverance and optimism.

Benito's Gold by Bob Menzies

Benito's Gold

by Bob Menzies

Australian Fiction

This is the story of pirate treasure that people have been looking for in Australia for over 150 years.

Stranded: In Exile Vol 2 by A.L. McDonnell

Stranded: In Exile Vol 2

by A.L. McDonnell

Sci Fi

Dr Jemma Anderson is a respected Australian scientist. The idea of alien visitation, UFOs and time travel have always been, to her, a fanciful myth.

Kiya's Journal by Julie Priebbenow

Kiya's Journal

by Julie Priebbenow

Young Adult Fiction

Excited for the start of school life, Kiya was eager to make new friends. Hopeful to belong, she strived to fit in and yet she found herself an outcast, which threw her into an unlikely friendship with another outcast: a boy named Dorian.

Nobody Chews an Oyster by S. Jessie Keyssecker

Nobody Chews an Oyster

by S. Jessie Keyssecker

Memoir

A funny and sensitive memoir about growing up on the semi-rural outskirts of Brisbane in the 1960s and 1970 and living and working in the Queensland Outback. From there to the opposite end of the spectrum and to urban Japan.

No Bed of Roses - Teo's Story by Helena Bryndzej Studdert

No Bed of Roses - Teo's Story

by Helena Bryndzej Studdert

Memoir

In no bed of roses, Teo speaks his story of being taken from his Polish village and forced into labour in Germany during World War II. He recalls the hardship, longing for home and perplexity of having his life turned upside down.

Easytimes by David W. Roberts

Easytimes

by David W. Roberts

Australian Fiction

The erection of a new retirement village in suburban Adelaide is proceeding well and an eclectic mix of retirees take up residence as the well-appointed retirement units become available.

Are You Sure You Want to Know? by Alaine M. Neilson

Are You Sure You Want to Know?

by Alaine M. Neilson

Fiction

Morgan and Anton have been happy for five years in an apparently perfect marriage, but there is growing tension between them she cannot understand. While she questions her life choices she wonders why her childhood memories start so late.

Everything in its Place by Beverley Buckley

Everything in its Place

by Beverley Buckley

New Age
Self Help

Beverley Buckley did not realise that information she accessed during a meditation session held on a rainy Saturday afternoon in Sydney early in the 1990's would transform her life and the lives of hundreds of others.

Droplip: Take it or Leave It by Robyn J Keating

Droplip: Take it or Leave It

by Robyn J Keating

Self Help

Abook full of little pet loathes loves and funnies of the many different hiccups in life the everyday person may be challenged. From A-Z it can be said there's something in it for everybody. Whoever is reading this booklet, will be looking for som...

Davidia and Grandma's Memories by Ken Spargo

Davidia and Grandma's Memories

by Ken Spargo

Australian Fiction

Davidia and Slirander had the 'single' task of researching Slirander's grandma's memories for a school age based thesis. Not much was known about her history. Her memories were stored in a secret place inside the room with the waving hands wall.

The Mystery of Spotty Tree Wood by Barrie Thompson

The Mystery of Spotty Tree Wood

by Barrie Thompson

Children's

Spotty Tree Wood is home to three main families; the spotty pigs, the crocodiles and the rhinos, who all get along well together until the tranquillity of the wood is disturbed by a mystery visitor.