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Starlady – The True Story of Valerie and Mr Dickens

Starlady by Valerie Barrow

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….
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A Bonza Life – The Story of a Baby Boomer

I am a Baby Boomer. Born and bred in Brisbane, Australia, I lived a very average Boomer life in a rabbit warren of a house in Auchenflower with my returned WW2 soldier dad, stay at home mum and my five siblings. We walked to school in those days and stayed and played within a 2 mile radius of our home with other Boomer families for twenty years before venturing out…
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Petal – The Other Side of Suicide

Tanya French; suicide

‘I often wonder just how I managed to survive the loss of my Mark to suicide – the pain almost crippled me in so many ways. I have always been a believer that everything happens for a reason… but THIS… Suicide… there was no rhyme and no reason it seemed. Suicide always leaves you with so many WHY’S… which led me on a journey to find out WHY… bringing more…
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New Balloons

Can you imagine sucking air through the tiny hole in your closed fist or spending twenty-four hours sucking air in and out through a plastic straw? Imagining is hard when breath comes easily to you. It is something humans do every day. Something we all take for granted. Breathing was a luxury Leanne thought she would always have… until it was taken away from her. Cystic fibrosis stole Leanne’s young…
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So Big the Land

Sue Grocke | 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…
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Walkabout to Wisdom

Lachlan Hughson | Walkabout to Wisdom

Finalist 2019 International Book Awards – Best New Non-fiction; Spirituality General; Travel: Guides and Essays Finalist 2019 Book Excellent Awards – Travel category Honourable mention Readers Favourites 2019 International Books Awards – Non-fiction Environment category   Walkabout to Wisdom, an inspiring, beguiling and evocative story from the Australian Outback, will leave you enthralled and enchanted so universal are its themes and so important is its message today. “Liberated” from his…
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Beyond Boundaries

Beyond Boundaries Hardback is Here!   Helen Parry Jones shares every aspect of her life with absolute honesty and in a refreshingly down-to-earth manner. Her story is a backdrop to enable her spiritual guide Sam, through daily tutoring from her earliest recollection, to offer wisdom and enlightenment in overcoming the abundance of life’s many difficult challenges, not only for Helen, but for the countless people she meets socially and provides treatment…
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Rainbow People

Barbara Woodward | 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…
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On the Buses

ERG’s Melbourne Project was Automated Fare Collection system for the Ministry of Transport. It was reported to be the world’s first multi modal system enabling patrons to utilise the same ticket for bus, rail and tram travel. ERG employed over 100 staff on the project. The architecture was a large distributed computing environment ranging from vehicle based fare devices through Unix depot computers to central mainframes. When I commenced, construction…
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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…
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Wheels of Mizfortunate

On her way home that night disaster struck. Linda’s car slid on gravel – right into the path of a backhoe with its shovel sticking out sitting on the side of the road. The autobiography is her story – from the time she woke up in hospital after four months in a coma, to when she moved down to Florida to improve her health. Her struggle for survival, to live…
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Facing Demons

by Marion Brownlie WINNER OF FIVE STAR READERS FAVOURITE AWARD   Despair, marriage breakup and rearing three young children, suicide of a partner and loss of her eyesight all became nearly insurmountable to Marion, except for one thing – she learnt how to heal herself. Through sheer strength, resilience and determination plus a life-changing experience, Marion overcame adversity. Healing herself, and learning about the power of the subconscious and self-empowerment…
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