The Forgotten Holocaust: a Gypsy’s Journey from Auschwitz to Freedom.

The Forgotten Holocaust, a story of the forgotten Romani holocaust, encompasses a rich cast of characters, both Romani and Gadje (non-Romani), set over three generations, stretching from England, Holland and Poland to life in a new world. The holocaust story that history swept under the carpet ... Can you ever truly escape past nightmares that dog your footsteps? Or do you confront them head on, so that you can live the rest of your life in peace? Auschwitz prisoner Gil Webb suffers the unremitting brutal terror of the [read more...]

This Flanders

This Flanders is the third in a trilogy of ballads. The lead ballad in this book – which is the book’s title – is a dedication to Australia’s World War 1 Diggers and honours their memory. There follows a variegated collection of verse telling stories of celebrated people and events of the past; of iconic places, right down to the hard yakka of ordinary men trying to make some sense of life and its hardships. This book is, in a sense, a train ride. Turning each page is like pulling into each station where you will discover that each [read more...]

Cause and Effect

Damian’s Rules for tripping: 1: Do not carry LSD on your person whilst tripping. You will only end up sobering up in three days with empty pockets and an eerie feeling of violation. 2: Freeways are for cars not pedestrians. 4: Paranoia will lead to your own demise. People will only know you are tripping if you tell them. 11. Write your address on a piece of paper and sticky tape it around your arm. Directions and words may fail you later. For Damian Tucker, life could not get much better. He has legend status at the senior [read more...]

Dragonfly Dreaming

ARE WE MULTIDIMENSIONAL BEINGS OF LIGHT? Dragonfly Dreaming is a personal spiritual journey to uncover who we are and a quest for what is real. Anna, through her personal experience, proved that conventional physical reality is just one dimension of an infinite spectrum of reality that we exist in. The significance of the orbs is that their presence en masse, at a time of momentous changes on earth, is providing us with the opportunity to accept our multidimensionality. This book is more than a personal journey into the [read more...]

Crazy bitch : A portrait of domestic violence?

This book is not for the faint hearted, the language fits the perpetrators of this kind of crime. The words used in this book are what you would expect from violent men who abuse women. Once you get over the shock you see just how clever this book is in its description of men who commit domestic violence. This is a story that must be told, it could save women from suffering at the hands of an abuser. RECOMMENDATIONS A story of domestic violence, portrayed through a series of letters from the victim to her abuser, and the abuser to [read more...]

Gingerbread Aliens

Is it a rock? Is it a football? Is it the charred remains of a space ship and its strange looking alien inhabitant? Meet David, Brian and Simon three cheeky brothers and Mrs Witherbottom, the nosy neighbour with the biggest bottom in the world and a whopper of a tail to match.

Scruffy Wuffy’s Dog Diary

It's a new year, but what is a new year for a scruffy wuffy dog? Find out as you get to know Ollie, the scruffy wuffy dog. See how he works out his scruffy wuffy priorities for the year. With some unexpected events he may even transform into a new scruffy wuffy dog.

Admiral Arthur Phillip The Man

Arthur Phillip was Captain in the British Royal Navy when commissioned to command and colonise New South Wales in 1786. This biography is significant as it concentrates on Phillip as a person; earlier publications tend to cover his naval career, governorship, or both. His life is depicted on a canvas of the world as he knew it in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries clearly illustrating the character of Australia’s first governor.   Research in Germany and England posed the question ‘did Arthur Phillip have [read more...]

The Unwanted Guest

The Unwanted Guest follows Adrian Walker, a man in his twenties, who has not long been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, as he tries to come to terms with such chronic diagnosis, all the while dealing with life’s usual problems and mistakes, as well as the expectations he has of friends, family and also himself. Katherine Eaddy was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2007, after many years of living with unexplained medical complaints that would appear and then unexpectedly lessen or disappear. It is estimated that 21,000 [read more...]