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New Balloons

Leanne Demers | 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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The Ant and You

Ben Cossari | The Ant and You

The Ant and You takes you on an inspirational journey of self-discovery through the eyes of an enlightened ant. His adventure provides the backdrop to the main theme of the book: getting to know yourself by taking responsibility to consciously design your life. What entails is a journey of discovering your core values and how, once acknowledged and acted upon, you can shape and create the life you’ve always desired….
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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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Heaven is Within You

Steve Kenyon | Heaven is Within You

Do you ever dream of living alone on a tropical island ? Could it truly be for you, far from the hustle and bustle? Inside these pages are some gentle reflections from the mind of an Artist/Beachcomber, who did live alone for fifty years on Australia’s most beautiful Island.     Visit Author Profile page and Website

The Livingness

Brian P Williams | The Livingness

“…..you stand alone under the stars quietly and are in awe at the wonder, magnificence and beauty. Now slow this down a bit. Maybe you are attributing this wonder to the stars. Yes, they are amazing, but the experience you are feeling, the beauty, is within you. The truth of that beauty is within you. You experience it in that moment. It is you. It is the Livingness.” Brian Williams,…
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World Peace

James Hearn | World Peace

The world cannot continue on its current destructive course. Things have to change or there will be no world left for future generations. Over my life time and many years of research, I have documented possible solutions to the age-old problem – how to stop war and create peace. The topics included are The overcoming and conquering of violence How to create lasting peace The evolution of human nature The…
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Walkabout to Wisdom

Lachlan Hughson | Walkabout to Wisdom

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 investment banking career in New York, after the September 11, 2001 attacks, Lachlan returned to his beloved Outback for a two year walkabout – a journey in which he came to intimately connect with Nature’s teaching…
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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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Clarinda & Henry

Clarinda and Henry tells the story of the Australian Father of Federation, Sir Henry Parkes, and his wife, Clarinda. It is a story of their struggles in England in the early 1800s, their hazardous journey to Sydney on an emigrant ship and their lives as early settlers in Sydney and the Blue Mountains. It is a tale of success, but also of hardship and endurance. While it tells the story…
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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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Natural Gas: Consumers and Consuming Industry

Natural Gas: Customers and Consuming Industries is the 3rd volume in a series of textbooks – following Natural Gas: Exploration and Properties (1st volume) as well as Natural Gas: Operations and Transport (2nd volume) -, which is going to be continued with Natural Gas: Economics and Environment (4th volume). The aim of this series is to provide a student with the basic technical and commercial tools required when following the…
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Born into Evil

Born into Evil destroys the myth of an unbreakable mother – child bond, as it details how a mother emotionally detached herself from her twin sons, from the day they were born. Born into Evil is not simply a story of parental abuse, it is supported by evidence and details of how an abusive mother was able to portray herself as the victim, despite the fact she was known to…
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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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Natural Gas: Operations and Transport

Natural Gas: Operations and Transport is the second volume in a series of textbooks following Natural Gas: Exploration and Properties (first volume). This series is continued with Natural Gas: Customers and Consuming Industries (third volume) and Natural Gas: Economics and Environment (fourth volume). The aim of this series is to provide a student with the basic tools required when following the flow of gas from the reservoir to the burner…
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The Edge of My World

Rosalie is all about Poetry: The Edge of My World – Where the Forest Meets the Sea. Rosalie’s book has many faces, and its split into sections. 1    Warrior Stories and Tactics 2    Her Thoughts 3    Her Monologues 4    The Edge of Her World 5    All About Love 6    About Her 7    A Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That You will find Rosalie amongst the pages…
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A Student of the Choir

The sole purpose of this book is to help us become the best version of ourselves that we are totally capable of being. It is about following our passions, goals and dreams in order to create a life that we want and deserve. This book aims to help us understand ourselves and become the person we truly want to be throughout life’s journey. Most people will follow and do what…
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The Spirit of Love

The Spirit of Love is a collection of short writings, poems and phrases written by a man, who took himself into some of the darkest and most destructive depths that one can go with drug and alcohol addictions back in his early twenty’s.    The collection of writings contained within The Spirit of Love is a reflection of one man’s healing journey within himself and the deep questioning that has…
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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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Because I Can

  Because I Can is a series of positive affirmations that can serve as a way forward for anyone who feels, as Alana once did, shattered, tested, threatened and alone. You may find solace and guidance in one or in many of the selections that follow, but rest assured each affirmation comes from the heart of a woman who understands the hardship of personal struggle, knows the strength of mind,…
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Tin Baths, Tallymen & Time Travel

Travel back in time – to when the new world started… 1960 and 1970 – the time of skirts going up and music hitting the streets. The early post-war decades brought forth revolutionary change to the United Kingdom enabling those of the “baby boomer” generation, (including myself), a ringside seat in experiencing the dramatic evolvement of Great Britain after finally having shed the shackles of fear, destruction and devastation. Since…
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Mumma to Be

by Amanda Starling “Mumma to be” is delivered in a humorous and down to earth approach that all women can relate to and feel a sense of ease. The endless physical and mental change pregnancy presents itself with is tough on the mind and body. When enduring such a journey,  a book every mum-to-be can relate to would be a constant companion. Women who want to read about real experiences…
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FutureQuest

by Albert Sedlmayer   The utopian dream of peaceful, prosperous humanity has always been just a vague fantasy, woven into minority ideologies, far removed from brutal, stark reality. But what if it were really achievable? And what if you could participate significantly in building it? The purpose of this book is to show you how you can build an awesome world future, whatever your religion, ideology and political convictions. Ultimately…
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