A distraught Daniel Williams travels from Western Australia to Scotland to identify the body of his estranged son, Ben, the victim of a brutal murder. But he is dealt an unexpected hand and embarks on a search the length and breadth of the UK and Ireland, battling the demons of his self destructive past and unknowingly dogged by tragedy at every turn.
Has he really left the building? Could this story chart circumstances that finally answer this question? A wealthy Australian media mogul provides DNA for research and development to Italian scientists. Supposedly, the material was from his late wife – who prematurely died, but given instead was hair follicles of ELVIS AARON PRESLEY. A contract is entered into producing a clone to be carried by the surrogate mother, the niece of the Cardinal of Milan.
This book has the potential to transform lives! What's Your Joy? is a comprehensive, self-exploratory course designed to guide the reader through a process of self-discovery. It uses the functions and attributes associated with each of the seven major chakras of the body as tools for creating a foundation for holistic living. Weaving together practical exercises, in-depth questionnaires, valuable insights, creative visualisations and healing techniques, the participant is guided to awaken and remember who they are, discover their [read more...]
Just Dave takes us on the remarkable true journey of an ordinary man who lives an extraordinary life. You will be taken back to some of the most shameful episodes in Australia’s modern history through the eyes of an abused child, a serviceman and adult. You will relive the self-effacing and moving story of survival, and experience the shock, pain, laughter and sadness Dave did. Just Dave develops our awareness and challenges our misunderstanding of people who suffer mental illness providing profound insight and hope. Just Dave [read more...]
Eric Scott is a published author and playwright with five books and more than 20 plays under his belt. He has been a showbiz journalist for more than 60 years - and still writes news and reviews for his webpage www.absolutetheatre.com.au In this fascinating memoir he reveals a treasure trove of stories from his climb out of the working class terraces in Nottingham UK, to a champagne and lobster lifestyle in five-star hotels. As well as hobnobbing with some of the most famous people in the world from the days when showbiz stars [read more...]
Australia, wake up! is a call to action – a challenge to readers to speak out on what concerns them and on what they believe can and should be done. Let no-one forget the men and women who gave their lives in wars so that everyone should have that freedom. Agree or disagree with this book, but have the courage to speak your mind about the issues it raises.
Fellow migrant Wendy Burger moved from South Africa to Australia in February 2009 with her husband and two children. In this easy-to-read and at times amusing book, Wendy has drawn on her extensive hands-on experience to share her learning’s for the benefit of people contemplating or making the move down under. Moving Down Under Made Easy will provide you with heaps of useful and up to date information to help you start a successful new life in Australia. It’s also a reality check. This beautifully illustrated book covers topics [read more...]
Kate Parker had always been a loner, a nobody; never one for socialising much. When her parents died in a mugging gone wrong, she had to move to her uncle’s home in another city. Her life turned upside down. Her step cousin, Gavin, would always leer at her, and made it no secret that he desired her. Then one night he made a move chasing her down an alley way. It was a dead end. There was no escape. She gripped the pendant around her neck and made a wish to be somewhere safe. Instantly Kate was transported on to a star ship that was [read more...]
Sergei Rudolfovich Mintslov was one of Russia’s most prolific authors. Born and educated in Tsarist Russia, he left his homeland after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 and spent the rest of his life in exile in Riga, Latvia. Faraway Days, penned by Mintslov in 1918, is an autobiography recounting a mischievous childhood and early adulthood. This insight into life on the country estates of the nobility as well as the evolution of a young officer in the military academy in Nizhniy Novgorod and then Moscow is unlike any story previously [read more...]