Nightclubs, faery queens, imaginary friends and madness, delve into the slightly unhinged musings of Ysabelle Moriarty. Join the journey of a wandering mind, transversing rainy days, rivers of wine and the kind of clarity one only finds on the road. 'A Poet's Life for Me' reflects a life scribbled on the backs of pub coasters and plane tickets. "Why do we love, what never was? What never can be? Amidst the thrill of creation, we're truly free."
Unaware of the consequences Marcus and Rosie click “YES” to play their fathers interactive computer game. Chaos prevails as gale force winds swirl viciously around the room sucking the children into the game. They learn the only way home is to fulfil their destiny. Armed with shields and weapons, they begin their perilous journey to the City of Light. Deadly encounters with the dark army along the way prepare them for the battle ahead. Lord Theda, the Lord of the Dark Kingdom, an evil and ruthless warlord, stands in their [read more...]
It is said that fear makes us do the most terrible things. But what if it is all those terrible things we do, that create the fear? The Circle has no end and there are the unfortunate ones that have to enter it, to give the form to our fear, to continue the legacy of The Faceless Man. yet, even worse fate awaits those who mark their existence with acts of unreasonable curelity, and if you are one of those who crossed the line where the logic ends, who breaks without reason, The Faceless Man would feel, The Faceless Man would find and [read more...]
This book is the first in a series, to be released by Pamela Lillian Valemont (nee Smith), the culmination of over 30 years of painstaking and dedicated research. Pamela has made many TV appearances, and has been heard on talk back radio over four states of Australia, dating from 1984. In this book, she talks about the Numbers 1, 2 and 3, as they are expressed through the Holy Trinity, and how they manifest in your life. She has illustrated the book, with original pages of art, in full colour, using the medium of [read more...]
Kate Wilks is a swimmer, a teacher and a writer, but she has never been a mother. She believes she has a good and satisfying life until a chance encounter with her ex-husband and his daughter. Swimming is a lyrical story of one woman’s journey. A novel about loss and survival, friendship and love, creativity and fulfilment, it will resonate with anyone whose life hasn’t turned out as planned. Set in the western suburbs of Melbourne and on the surf beaches south-west Victoria (Australia), Swimming is a novel that [read more...]
Permission to Dance…One Step at a Time is more than a book. It is a comprehensible course that simplifies the multitude of abstract ideas we read about creating the love and the life we most desire. Gayla’s playful and shamelessly open approach leaves generous room for her readers to open up to the kind of radical self honesty she says is necessary in order to achieve true happiness. Permission shows us how to apply easy, pleasurable and very practical activities in our day to day lives that inevitably lead us to our [read more...]
Lillian Rovena Smith (nee Humphreys), 1919 - 2008, who lived through the Great Depression and World War II. Humorous, brilliant, sometimes sad, showing the distress and frustration of the unliberated female of her era. Poems about her beautiful, red-soil, lush, sugarcane producing, country hometown of Childers, in central Queensland, Australia, which she loved, and her family of ten siblings, six children, many grandchildren and great-grandchildren
Poems of a baby boomer, an Australian woman born post-war, in 1947, who grew up in the 60’s, the Beatles era, and lived through the political turmoil of the Vietnam War, the rise of the alternative society, the abolition of Apartheid, and the granting of land rights to Australian aborigines. Poems reflecting Australian life, up to and including the present day. Her latest poem, Children of a Waterborne Holocaust, is about the children swept away and drowned during the recent historic flood in Queensland.
David Love has cleverly captured the Australia that was the 1860s, painting a picture of what life was like for the common men and women of that time. From the infamous knuckle men who fought in the ring for glory: to love and Romance, to love lost. From the corrupt police force with their unfettered power to burn, slash, beat up and steals from the population with impunity. To the stand of the Chevalier Ben Hall and his fight against the unfairness of the English aristocrats who controlled the police, that is akin to the Jacobite [read more...]
The story is set in 2600. The world has been devastated and the apparent only survivors remaining exist in very controlled and organised societies within great domes. Only four domes remain in the world representing the four quarters. The Decree that inhabitants are bound to live by is oppressive hence people attempt to escape. This is the story of survival not only of people but of the humanity of people. There is something that cannot be erased or scientifically obliterated from humans. The “Genii” are those who have [read more...]