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  • Project Thirteen

    “Dispose of the body and find a new one. Project Thirteen begins immediately.”

    A dozen failures. A search for a new body. On faraway planet Nordelta, paranoid despot Rashmir Fendel commissions scientist after scientist to create the perfect weapon. Imbued with a mysterious substance, these projects fail time and time again until Ignatius Dragomirov creates Project Thirteen.

    When peacekeeping organisation the Byzantium Order catches wind of this experiment, they pounce, only to lose their quarry on planet Earth. While Project Thirteen remains stranded, she must adapt to survive this new environment. Camouflage. Patience. Vulnerability. All things she must become accustomed to in her first few dangerous days of life.

    But how does one defeat perfection?

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  • Rainbow People

    We live in a world of individual differences. Yet when you take a closer look at anyone at all, you find that, essentially, we are all the same. This book tells you why that is.

    The author shares with you the informative and entertaining stories of her life work journey with disabled people. She relates how her path was ‘intercepted’ by a special group of individuals early in her career and how that experience led to a change in her direction.

    Her messages will not only uplift and inspire you as a support worker or carer, you will feel a sense of pride to take on those roles. The disabled Barbara met along her path will ‘show and tell’ you how to focus on their abilities – often without saying a word. Yet with their collective ‘voice’, they can teach you more about yourself as well.

    For those of you who feel ignorant of what it means to be Intellectually Disable, then you will be pleasantly surprised when you meet many of them in this thought provoking and joyful book. Each individual invites you to join them through their own stories with a promise to gladden your heart and put a smile on your face.

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  • Red Dust Dreams

    This is a book about the largest part of Australia. It provides written testimony to the way the people out there live, focussing on the domestic front.
    Much of the content of most other books, documentaries, TV programmes and movies dealing with outback Australia focusses more on the outdoor side of life, only touching on the domestic side.

    There is also a lot of history that is in danger of being lost forever. Some of this has been captured in this book.
    The world needs this book.

    UNIQUE ANGLES

    In my book I have tried to:

    •    Focus on the domestic side of life;
    •    Show that despite huge distances, the people out there can still socialise;
    •    Explain the way many different aspects are coped with in such isolation;
    •    Also describe the feelings of those people who have made the mammoth move from life in urban Australia out to the outback;

    READER BENEFITS

    •    The reader will learn about how those people live;
    •    Through the images in each chapter, the reader will also see how spectacular the outback really is;
    •    Children will learn the reality of where meat, milk, vegetables and fruit come from;
    •    Readers will learn how people can survive without the convenience of shops;
    •    Readers will gain a bit of an idea of just how mammoth some of these stations are;

    COMPETING WORKS

    Many of the books currently on the market appear to focus on only one or two stations or only one state. None seems to have focussed on the domestic side of life.

    Women of the Outback by Sue Williams (Penguin Group, 2008). Looks at the lives of 14 different women of the land, but from what I can ascertain none of the ‘nitty gritty’ has been covered;
    Women of the Land by Liz Harfull (Allen & Unwin, 2012). Looks at the lives of a further eight different women, but again not a lot of that ‘nitty gritty’ is included;
    Outback Stations by Evan McHugh (Penguin, 2012). This book appears to cover much of the history leading up to and including detail about life on the stations. While it does delve into some of the positives and negatives facing the women particularly, there is not a lot of detail and again it does not go into a lot of domestic detail.

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  • Sacred Consciousness: Healing through Mindfulness

    Sacred Consciousness: Healing through Mindfulness is a book written for the 21st Century.

    With many people awakening to their spiritual self, Sacred Consciousness offers a mix of mindfulness and manifesting techniques, to enrich and enhance your life. It teaches about the collective consciousness that is our plant (planet?), and provides a scientific explanation of spiritual phenomena throughout history.

    Dr Michael Tirant teaches us how to expand our current reality as a sacred awakening, how to heal your mind and body through mindfulness and meditation, provides spiritual support, combat fear-based thoughts, and guides us to align our conscious and subconscious to our own destiny and empowerment.

    Sacred Consciousness has been designed specifically to support everyone holistically during these unprecedented times.

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  • Self Propelled – Moving Forward in Life

    Life is full of twists and turns, roadblocks and detours, but there are no shortcuts in this life. With the help of our friends and family and a few signs left by our mentors before us, we learn to find our way.

    My life so far has been one hell of a journey and I was able to cope, survive, and ultimately conquer my fears, using the skills I acquired as a government consultant and community counsellor.

    After writing my life’s story, A Bonza Life: The Story of a Baby Boomer, the positive reception I received impelled me to share the steps I have presented to thousands of baby boomers over the last twenty years to help them prepare for a meaningful future.

    In this book, I outline a map for boomers to prepare mentally and financially for an extended career, re-entry into the workforce, and a retirement that is longer than expected and well-overdue.

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  • Senlac

    Senlac is an anti-war love story.

    Classical composer Jack Stalwart is called up to go to war. The night before he leaves, in a vivid dream of the Norman invasion of England, Jack’s dilemma of being torn between his family and his country is mirrored by the Saxon hero King Harold as both are forced to make a stand in the struggle for peace.

    Sometimes quirky and funny, sometimes caustic and heartbreakingly sad. Senlac looks at tomorrow through a prism of the past, and shines a spotlight on the pathway for today.

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  • So Big the Land

    As a tender young townie in the revolutionary sixties, Sue steps away from all that is familiar to spend her life with a man she has known for three weeks, and with little prelude is thrown into the deep-end of a gritty farming life in a man’s world.

    A life of hard work on untamed lands, a two year odyssey through the Outback, and months spent in a remote Aboriginal community reveal to Sue the very character of the Australian landscape.

    This is the story of one woman’s metamorphosis from timid, imaginative child to resilient worldly woman – a profound journey of self-discovery through tragedy, life-threatening adventure, and overwhelming joy.

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  • Spirit of Self

    Beautifully illustrated, the gentle guidance of Spirit of Self can show children how find their own inner strength and essence. It will help them to understand their own thoughts and feelings, guiding them through many challenges during childhood and lay a foundation for their later years.

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  • Spirit of Water

    The Finding Spirit series helps children to understand and appreciate their own spirit and that of all things, ncluding nature. It will guide them through many challenges during childhood and lay a foundation for later years.

    Beautifully illustrated, the gentle guidance of ‘Spirit of Water’ can help children appreciate the essence of water.

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  • Star is Happy

    Children everywhere will love this beautifully illustrated and colourful book. It feels happy and full of joy.

    Star is Happy is the first book in the series ‘Feelings of Star’. This series has been created for children to help them understand their feelings and emotions, and to learn that they can love and be loved.

    The author has captured the essence of what a child needs to be able to grow happily and successfully.

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  • Star is Hungry

    Star is Hungry is the second book in the series Feelings of Star.

    Star visit the farm and learns about the animals. He also visits the garden and learns where vegetables come from.

    The Feelings of Star series has been created to help children understand their feelings and emotions, and to learn they can love and be loved.

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  • Starlady – The True Story of Valerie and Mr Dickens

    Valérie is a Starlady. Her mission is to speak of the sacred Aborigine Alcheringa Stone, the seven sisters of the Pleiades, the early evolution of Planet Earth and creation of the first humans. She also reveals hidden aspects of her and John’s story, such as the Egyptian Pyramids, Jesus’ family, the missing manuscript of the Cathars, The Knights Templar, Jehanne d’ Arc and Mr Charles Dickens, to name a few.

    She shares her guidance by her mentor and the insights into many ‘mysterious’ unexplained events throughout history.

    Valérie and John came to earth as two of the 144,000 souls from the galaxy Andromeda M31, who are on this planet to assist with the raising of consciousness and its new birth into the Golden Age, and to speak of the reality of other races who exist in the Star Worlds.

    The Earth and human lives are not what they seem. Have you thought about why you are here, and where you came from? Life here on Earth can be magic if we make the right choices…

    Valérie is an experienced medium, an advanced meditation teacher, and has developed an understanding of how regression into our Soul’s Cosmic Conciousness can heal our soul and body.

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  • Step Into Mindfulness

    Step into Mindfulness. Be mindful that this powerful little book has big knowledge. It focuses on many diverse aspects of life and provides you with the tools necessary to step into the state of mindfulness.

    Step into Mindfulness simplifies many misunderstood ‘spiritual’ aspects about personal development, inner growth and self love.

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  • Talon, Come Fly with Me

    Book 1 of the Talon series.

    Nine year old Matica lives in a remote village on a dry plateau in the Andes of Peru. She moved to Peru when she was five with Australian missionary and schoolteacher parents. Because Matica is trapped in the body of a two year old, her growth handicap has caused her to be rejected by the local people and they would not accept her into their community or allow her to play with the children.

    With patience and a sense of adventure Matica befriends a pair of condors. A strong bond and love develops between them. Matica rescues the egg the condors, Tamo and Tima, are trying to protect from poachers and nurtures it to hatching. The egg hatches on her 10th birthday and she names the new fledging Talon.

    Many adventures unfold, including her finally being accepted into the local community.

    This is the beginning of many incredible adventures with Talon and Matica. It is a story of hope, determination and love.

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  • Talon, Connected

    TALON, CONNECTED is the fourth book of the epic adventure series TALON.

    Matica still lives in the small village of Pucara with her brother, mom and dad, who is recovering from his near-death experience. Her 11th birthday is coming up and the things she is about to encounter proves she is very brave.

    Events take a sudden turn when she is invited to see Elcano, the very old and frail father of the village elder Pajaro. Not once, but three times he summons her. She is afraid of him but he fascinates her. He calls her ‘his daughter’ Why? The amazing things he is about to tell her could be life-changing, things she had never thought about.
    Matica nearly jumps out of her skin at what she is told. ‘Who me?’  she questions herself. ‘Really me?’

    Will Matica be able to cope with these life-changing disclosures?
    In the midst of all this, the poachers are back, looking for eggs and birds – and Talon.

    TALON, CONNECTED is far more than a kids’ story. It is a story about growing up, friendship, and the challenge of moral choices and respect. Ride along during the ongoing adventures of Matica and her best friends, the condors Talon, Tamo and Tima, characters many readers already know and have learned to love.

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  • Talon, Encounter

    Enjoy more adventures  with Matica and Talon in Book 5 in Gigi’s ‘Talon’ series.

    The poachers are back – and they are looking for Talon! They are doing everything in their power to capture him, and if they can’t get him alive, will kill him.  Determined to get him at all costs the poachers run up against the might and will of Tamo, Tima and Talon.

    It is war. The poachers against the condors, Matica and the Indians – with the poachers even taking hostages to win the war.

    With the help of Tamo and Tima, Talon and Matica do the impossible knowing they have to capture and stop the poachers or they will be back.

    Between the poachers shooting at the condors, the crows playing their part, and Tamo being shot and injured, Matica goes above and beyond to help her beloved condors.

    Action-packed from beginning to end, Talon Encounter will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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