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The Awakening

Marion Brownlie

Born in 1951, Marion has had an extra ordinary life. In a short space of time she has experienced events that have fast-tracked her spiritual understanding and personal growth. She has shared these events with you to show how she coped, with the hope that what she learnt will help you as well. Raised on a back-country farm in New Zealand she had a traumatic life that left her with…
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An Ocean Away

As a child, to have your world turned upside down at a day’s notice is a catastrophe. Everything comfortable and normal was swept away on that day and a new life begun. William lived in mid-nineteenth century rural Northern Ireland, never straying far from home or family. Always poor, always struggling, and always normal. His father, worried that he might settle down and continue in poverty as generations before, decides…
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Alcheringa – When the First Ancestors Were Created

Alcheringa is a story filled with intrigue, deception, and the planned destruction of a mission that left only ninety survivors to be cast upon the Earth. Fifty thousand Star-people came from the Pleiades – and many other stars in our galaxy – in a giant starship, the ‘Rexegena’, to restore light and life on planet Earth after it had been taken over by the Reptilians. The story is about their…
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Fairy Folk and the Magical Helpers

Children love bedtime stories and Fairy Folk and the Magical Helpers is the perfect book. The stories show children how everyone can help each other. The Fairy Folk have more adventures for you to read about and enjoy. They are excited to show you some of their worlds and to show you what they and their helpers can do. Enjoy the adventures of Georgie, Spottal Dot and Gribbly Grub, Mr…
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Fairy Folk and Fantastic Friends

Fairy Folk and Fantastic Friends: Fairy Picture Book of Cute Bedtime Stories about Friendship. The Fairy Folk would love to introduce you to some of their fantastic friends, such as Fuzzy Buzzy, Mr. Caterpillar, the Gloopy family fairy, Father Pumper, Lenny Longarms and many more. Fairy Folk friends love being helpful so enjoy reading the stories they have to tell, and see how they help those who are sad or…
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We Found an Answer – to 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 our life time and many years of research, we 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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Talon, Windsong

More thrilling adventures with Matica and Talon. The poachers are gone, and the birds are safe. But now Matica is becoming anxious thinking of the upcoming holiday – she does not want to go or leave her birds. But Talon, understanding her misery, is giving her a daydream to easy her mind. With distractions are coming from all sides, Matica soon finds herself involved in current happenings – the letting…
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Back Step

Bruce Shaw

A match made in heaven, a love that may never be fulfilled, movie extras, the exotic culture of the Pandas, and an attempted kidnapping – this little novel has it all. Eight people’s lives interact, not only in the everyday but also on the dance floor. A love triangle has constant interference from a past girlfriend. An academic cribs shamelessly from another’s work. Meanwhile, his partner walks out on him….
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A Spell for an Eye

Sarah Clewer

If you were fated to become a ‘Saviour’ to a planet and chosen by a meteor programmed to find help, what would you do?  At only four years old, Celeste Teal and her best friend, Miranda, were struck by a meteor. Both girls developed mysterious powers after the accident, with Celeste gaining ice powers, and Miranda the ability to control water. Five years later, Celeste’s parents die and she is torn away from Miranda and forced to…
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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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A Curious Place

Barbara Woodward | A Curious Place

A Curious Place… Well, four actually, and in each you will meet some interesting and unusual folk and animals. They are all pretty cool, just like you, so why not go there now and read their stories. In one place, Zac lets you know about a problem he has with his shorter leg and how a tiny ant helps him carry his heavy load. In another place, there is a…
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Poseidon’s Academy

Sarah Vogler | Poseidon's Academy

Getting sucked into a whirlpool, sleeping in monster-infested woods, and battling psycho sea-nymphs was not how Hailey planned to spend her first year of high school. But when you’re the only Zeus in the world, life tends to get a bit complicated. The Great Battle saw the world changed forever when humans killed the gods and absorbed their powers. One power was coveted above all others: Zeus’s. Thirteen-year-old Hailey Woods is the first Zeus in over a…
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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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The Forgotten – Metal and Bone

Bailey Vaughan - The Forgotten - Metal and Bone

Humanity is built on blood, not feathers. “In the beginning there was darkness, and it is in this darkness that we will one day return. Some will find that they thrive in the rawest of shadows, whilst others will merely learn to survive in the harshest.” In the wasteland, her poem was nameless. Underground, a man she never understood called it Salvation. The world has ended, but in a bitter…
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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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Mabon

Kellie Davies | Mabon

‘Magick or Love. If both ran deep in your blood, which would you choose? On her sixteenth birthday, introvert Lucy DeBane can’t shake the memory of her father’s death, or the possibility that by day’s end a life altering ancestral truth will blow apart the world she knows. Lucy is sure of one thing, her feelings for Gil … tall, dark and hot … her first real love. So when…
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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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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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Fairy Folk and Other Strange Little Creatures

The Fairy Folk and other little creatures have got together and decided to tell you about their adventures. They are excited about being able to share their stories with you and looking forward to being a part of your bedtime, or any time, storytelling.   Find yourself a comfortable spot, curl up, and enjoy your Fairy Folk adventures. Short bedtime stories with pictures for toddlers filled with fairies, elves and…
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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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Talon, Come Fly with Me

Gigi Sedlmayer

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…
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Encounter

by Ronelle Smith A lonely but gifted thirteen year old schoolboy is drawn into a web of international intrigue and espionage. Caught up in a current of events beyond his control, Jonathon uses his amazing abilities to assist Federal and A.S.I.O. agents in combating a potential threat to the lives of thousands of people. In the hazardous journey he draws closer to his estranged stepmother as action-filled events move towards…
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