Faraway Places

It's raining, and Alice cannot go outside. So snuggling back down under her covers and closing her eyes, she takes herself on a journey to faraway places full of magic and fun. From underwater gardens, sparkling jellyfish, forest fairies and talking clouds, this whimsical tale shows us that when we use our imagination, anything is possible.

Absence of Manners

In the kaleidoscopic society of early white settlement in Australia, the sensuously beautiful daughter of the clerk of the local court, a free settler, Emily Walters becomes intimately involved with an escaping convict. Now on her eighteenth birthday, Emily believes she is a ruined woman. Guilt and shame lead her to embark on a life of service and caring for others. Meanwhile the wrongfully convicted escapee is compelled to clear his name for himself, for his family and for Emily. Can life be reborn and love renewed? This debut [read more...]

Light’s Shadow

Taras Kovic, the richest man to have ever lived, has only one dream. Taras dreams of the future. When Ares Belle's husband goes missing after a night of drinking she returns home to find her house ransacked. Delinquent teen Riley Marclund, directionless and naïve, finds himself infatuated with a feisty girl who has an aversion to technology. The beautiful and dangerous Detective Carlisle enlists the help of Doctor Willem Stockhold to piece together a trail of gruesome murders. Lee Goku, a manipulative and cunning politician is fed [read more...]

Tales of a Hard Rock Miner

This is a collection of stories about my time in the mining industry. Starting with my happy childhood growing up in Newcastle, as a boy worked on a horse-drawn milk-cart run, spent some time as office boy in a Newcastle Department Store when finished school. Then starting work in a coal mine, during the last days of using horse- drawn skips. After national conscription, going to Mt Isa working as a contract miner, living and working through the Mt Isa strikes; becoming a foreman; sinking a large shaft, the K57. In a break [read more...]

Space Age Lyrics For Jesus (eBook)

Like any dedicated Christian, I was driven by strong passion to writing a book for Christ, however, in my spiritual journey; I was inevitably forced to move into an entirely unusual field of writing, in a different style, and in more objective way. Nevertheless, I believe, writing for Christ, is in fact a gift from Christ. Yet this time I planed to invest in my gift, and approach the readers, in vigorous way, presenting varieties of contemporary issues, as I experienced during my time in Church service and in youth meetings. The [read more...]

The Secret Energy of Your Body

In this book Dr Irina Webster reveals that energy is the root of body and mind. We all consist of and surround by an energy field. When energy flows through the body properly, you are in a state of health. When there is an energetic disturbance in the body, a disease state is created. Illnesses manifest in the body’s energy field before they manifest in the physical body. And healing occurs in the energy field before it becomes apparent in the physical body. So, how can we heal ourselves and our life? You’ll get the answers reading [read more...]

Jack Tree and the Copper Princess

This is the story of Jack Tree and Kaavi Noname who live on a large island called Aurelia. They meet an 11 year old girl, Jodie Jones, a survivor of a shipwreck. Jodie has rescued a copper statue of a very young girl with a cart and a goat. To everyone's surprise the statue comes to life. As the child cannot speak, they have no idea who this mysterious toddler is. Jodie decides to call her Hazel and announces that she must be a princess because she appears to have the power to control the weather and only princesses can do things [read more...]

Lucky Bastard

A young woman gives birth to an illegitimate child in the 1940's. She has spent most her life living with foster parents in the West Yorkshire market town of Otley. She is literally thrown out of the house by her foster mother and travels to the city of Bradford where she is admitted to a refuge for unmarried mothers. The refuge also serves as a remand home for female offenders awaiting trial. Whilst living there, she is very poorly treated. The father of the child has abandoned her upon discovering that she is pregnant and the [read more...]

From Asmara To The Yarra

'From Asmara to the Yarra' is a story about a typical Eritrean refugee family. When war breaks out, a widowed mother and her three young daughters are forced to abandon their homeland. This story traces their path from Eritrea to Sudan and beyond as they slowly drift apart to face their own painful challenges and grim fates. The eldest of the sisters, Miryam, finds herself in the Arab Gulf - a lowly housemaid working for a rich businessman with a sleazy and heinous agenda. The middle sister, Nadia, joins the armed struggle to [read more...]

My Friend the Bear

Follow the Bear through his busy day. What does he get up to?What does he like to eat?Can you keep up with him? Come along and enjoy reading this fun and friendly book and meet My Friend the Bear! Stuart came up with this idea, and we just thought to include a short questionnaire for the end of my story "My Friend the Bear". This will help with the interaction of parents and children as well as helping with some simple education and memory skills. Have Fun With Question Time? What number is on the Bear’s [read more...]