Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy was born in April 1951 in Brisbane, Australia. He is part of a generation the Australian Bureau of Statistics refers to as Baby Boomers – the generation of people born between 1946 and 1966. He has a passion for life, his family and for his fellow Baby Boomers. He strongly believes that governments and industries are failing to adequately address the needs of the Boomer generation and the…
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Tanya French

Tanya French was born at Wudinna on the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia on 2 July 1959 to Harry and Nadia Tomney. One of fi ve siblings, anya had a wonderful childhood growing up on the family farm in the small community of Poochera, South Australia near the coastal fishing community of Streaky Bay. The bay is famous for tuna fi shing and great white sharks. Poochera is now recognised as the habitat of one of…
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Sue Grocke

Sue Grocke lives in the Barossa Valley – a wine growing region of South Australia. For most of her life, she has farmed with her husband, but interspersed with this has been overseas travel and the outback wayfaring that delights and inspires her. Her two children and their families are a shining light in her life. She began writing poetry and short stories at an early age. Some of her awards include: FAWQ Toowoomba Literary Awards 2014 – Highly Commended Poem:…
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James Hearn

James Hearn | World Peace

James Hearn is a ninety-three year old World War II veteran who lost a close friend during the war and said to himself, ‘Man is not stupid, there has to be an answer to war’. He wrote World Peace in the hope that it will encourage others to look at what is happening to our planet, how it is being suffocated, and how we can set about making changes to help it recover…
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Helen Parry Jones

HELEN PARRY JONES VISITING AUSTRALIA MAY 2018 – See below for details.   Helen Parry Jones has been able to connect with the spirit world since her earliest childhood recollections. Since then, her abilities have developed far beyond recognised Spiritual Communication and Spiritual Healing, to a much higher level of consciousness. Through her advanced ability, Helen Parry Jones is able to locate illness and discover malfunctions within the human body and that of animals, with astounding detail and accuracy. Helen has positively benefited…
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Catherine Blake

Catherine Blake | Clarinda & Henry

Catherine Blake is a great-great granddaughter of Clarinda and Henry Parkes. She grew up in Sydney and studied a combined degree in Arts and Law at the University of New South Wales with a major in history and a minor in English. Catherine worked as a lawyer in Sydney and Wagga Wagga before moving to Canberra and studying a diploma of primary school teaching while her children were young. She has been a teacher in the public school system…
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Barbara Woodward

We are all on a journey of self- discovery and no matter what your circumstance in life, know that you matter. I have shared some of my own journey through my writings and I hope those endeavours help you focus on your personal abilities and achievements by choosing your thoughts carefully. I refer to this process as choosing a ‘change of heart’ as our emotions form the basis of most…
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Lawrence R Martin

Lawrence Martin was born at Cabrini Hospital, Malvern, Victoria, Australia, on 27 October 1948. He was the great, great grandson of Captain MacGregor from Glasgow who set the then, record time for a sailing clipper from Bombay to London when his wife was terminally ill. Captain MacGregor had a son David, who was saddened by his fathers’ passing shortly after his mother. David was unhappy living with relatives and ran…
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Michael Robertson B.A. M.A.

Michael Robertson | Born into Evil

Born into a dysfunctional family, and left school at fifteen before returning more than a decade later. Completed the HSC, and two degrees, making me a part of less than 1% of former state wards to complete even one degree. B.A. is in History & Politics and used the skills gained from this degree to research my own childhood, by obtaining as much information as I could from the Department…
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Marianne Green

Marianne lives in a beautiful village in England. In her book Tin Baths, Tallymen & Time Travel, she decided to document  her experiences during the 1960s and 1970s for posterity. Her autobiography takes you back in time to when the world changed – skirts went up and music became a massive industry with the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Gerry and the Pacemakers and hundreds more pop groups. Colour television arrived, and…
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Linda Lattin

Linda Lattin is both courageous and a survivor. Her outlook on life is always positive and looking toward the future. She hope that her survival will encourage others to look forward to their tomorrows. She believes anything is possible. … I currently live in Florida but grew up in the state of Minnesota and the third of six children. My childhood was unusual as  I caught Polio in my left…
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Isaac Oosterloo

Isaac is a traveller and adventurer. He loves to explore new places and revels in the fact that he is self-sufficient on his outback journies. From the east coast of Australia to the west coast, he brings camaraderie and entertainment to all who encounter him. Currently living on the west coast of Australia, Isaac’s next motorbike adventure cannot be too far away.           To read more…
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Marion Brownlie

Marion grew up in New Zealand and began her life experiences with a difficult childhood, marred by dyslexia and an even more difficult marriage, which nearly drove her to suicide. During this time, she had a life-changing spiritual experience. The experience was the catalyst in rebuilding her life and the way she viewed life and the world around her. She also discovered she had the ability to heal people. Through…
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