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In the Blink of An Eye

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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The Stone of Life

The Stone of Life is the beginning of the journey of Michael Anders, a sixteen year old boy who finds he has been in possession of a legendary magical artifact, the Stone of Life, for his entire life. Thought long lost, the stone is a part of an ancient prophecy, if one unites all the stones under his power, he shall become the god over all. After his father is…
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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…
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Mary’s Poland

Mark Eyles - Mary's Poland

Mary’s Poland is the sequel to Mary’s Ireland. At the end of Book One we see Mary bid farewell to Ireland and her family, and set sail for her husband’s home: Lida, Poland Book Two follows Mary as she tries to adjust to her new life. A life with an incendiary mix of languages, religions, and myths. Of politics, aristocrats, peasants, and revolution. Historical events are woven through the story,…
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Long Pork – Behind the Bamboo Curtain in West Papua

Mandy Partridge

Liza works as a doctor at the Freeport goldmine in Papua, FIFO from Cairns, Australia. On a helicopter flight, cyclonic winds crash the chopper into the highlands of the Lorentz National Park. Liza and four miners are the only survivors. They are rescued by Swando and his Asmat men, but kept prisoner in their cave. Papuan Freedom Fighters visit the cave, and Liza sympathises with their cause. After rescue, Liza…
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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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The Fourth Kind of Time

As a multinational pharmaceutical company tries to block the pain-relief research of medical scientist Campbell Fletcher, he must enlist his friends to help resist their powerful corporate resources, and growing violent pressure. Never before had Dr Anna Rischelli believed her past involvement with Melbourne’s organised crime would have any relation to subatomic physics. Drawing on expertise in law, literature, science and history, the friends must solve a fifty year old…
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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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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…
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Journey from No-thing to Everything

Sue Lintern

The Journey from No-Thing to Everything will provide you with the tools for remembrance and becoming the master of your own life. This transformative book will expand your view of the world and help you to let go of ego. With this book you will journey into your power and become no-thing, so you can experience everything. The essence of everything is who we are, and when we connect with…
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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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Deeply With The Sun In Our Eyes

A.C. Smith - Deeply With The Sun In Our Eyes

As the Japanese assault on Malaya begins, naivety and misadventure send Australian marine engineer, Richard into the care of English doctor, Greda and her philandering planter husband, Edward. In a maelstrom of events, the lives of Richard, Greda, Edward, the malicious Captain Heenan and enigmatic Chinese refugee Eva—consort to all three men—become desolately entwined. With the island under siege, amidst the illusion of resistance by the Empire’s defenders, Richard and…
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The Forest Fairies

Magical fairies inside the forest. How many can you see? They’ve joined ‘The Rubbish Rebellion’ to keep our forests litter free.   Our forests are the breath of our planet we need to look after them.  The magical Forest Fairies are there to help us keep our forests clean.       ABOUT THE AUTHOR                   Chez Rafter was born in Sydney, Australia….
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The Wolf Queen of Japan

Harrison Ware

Sapporo, Japan YEAR unknown Felicity is a predator. Born into bloodshed, raised with wolves, she lives only for the hunt. When Imperial forces invade her sanctuary and shatter the winter silence with the screams of countless victims, Felicity catches scent of a bigger game. A game of vengeance, love and death. To follow this path, she must put her life in the hands of five strangers. Easier said than done,…
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Life and a Glass of Milk

Vansh Sharma

  This book is about life through the eyes of a child. It is an amalgamation of thoughts and experiences of a young writer who wants to grow up fast so that he can be independent to discover the world in-depth and what lies within… though when he is grown he will weep on the “good old days.”   Pages of Nostalgia, Said the man as he smiled As he…
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Happy or a Philosopher

This is the story of Vefa, a young girl raised by her grandmother in Baku, Azerbaijan. As Vefa grows into maturity a whirlwind love affair with the enigmatic Tale sees her caught up in a life of crime, for which she pays a high price. Happy or a Philosopher is an eye-opening and inspiring story of courage and redemption, and a heart-wrenching reminder to never give up on your dreams….
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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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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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