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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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David Morris

A professional writer his whole life, David Morris learned that teenhood friend Brett Lee was speaking at his son’s school about his online police detective work.  David made contact and as they met for the first time in 30 years, Brett confided he was at a loss where to start writing his story. Synergies were recognised between the two Ipswich boys and Screen Resolution – A Detective Enters the Predator’s Lair unfolded. David is as…
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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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Brett Lee

A former undercover internet detective and police officer of twenty-two years, Brett is passionate about informing parents of the online risks to their children. Brett came face to face with computer predators and learnt their ploys while pretending to be a young person online. In these cyber playgrounds of the world’s teenagers and children, he found predators preying on the vulnerable. Invariably, their targets were children and young people without…
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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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Keaton Edwards

Born and raised on the NSW South Coast in a quiet town known as Albion Park, all my life I have always been told to do my best in everything I do and I have done just that. It has been within the last two years that I have undertaken much self-reflection in what I am truly meant to be doing in my limited time on this planet. I have…
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Mark Eyles

I am a retired Primary School Teacher and Principal. Whilst I began teaching in 1972 in the New South Wales government system, the majority of my teaching and my school Principalships have been with the ACT Department of Education. I was a Principal for nineteen years and previously a curriculum consultant in social science with the department. Currently I work ‘very’ part-time as the Executive Officer of the ACT Principals…
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Lannah Sawers-Diggins

Lannah Sawers-Diggins was born in 1955 in Adelaide, capital of South Australia. She enjoyed a wonderful and unique childhood on the family sheep station in the north eastern pastoral district of that state. Her primary education was provided by correspondence school and School of the Air. At 11 years of age she followed her three older brothers to boarding school in Adelaide. Life at school in those days was completely…
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Anton Schulz

Anton Schulz was born in 1979. He has been a voracious reader since childhood. As he grew, he was absorbed by adventure stories, history and detective books, and science fiction – especially time travel. Anton believes that time travel offers an infinite array of options, and is specifically interested in travelling to the past. In that manner, a confrontation between man of modern times with all his knowledge of the…
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Harald Osel

Harald A. Osel has been employed with the integrated oil company OMV since 1991 and has worked for OMV as a member of the Branch Management in various countries including: Russia, Libya, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Austria, Pakistan, Tunisia, Yemen, United Arab Emirates and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Vienna and post graduate diplomas in Natural Gas Management (issued by CPES…
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Warwick O’Neill

I have always had an interest in all things history related, with Australian history in particular and Australian military history specifically. It may be an obsession, but that’s for the health professionals to determine. I’ve always enjoyed studying historical events that have led to us becoming the people we are today, those events have set the compass for our collective values and beliefs. The Eureka Stockade is one of these…
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Linda Lycett

Linda is enjoying her new role of children’s books author. She is co-authoring with Helen Porteous on a series of books, starting with Fairy Folk and Other Strange Little Creatures. Linda is founder of Aurora House and thoroughly enjoys working with other authors as well as being creative on the authoring side as well. She lives in the Southern Highlands of NSW and loves reading and her crafts of spinning…
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Helen Porteous

Helen Porteos lives in the Mallee region of Northern Victoria and has always been interested in reading, writing, drawing and having adventures of the magical kind. Many thanks to the Mallee Artists Swan Hill for supporting the fun side of creating cute and curious creatures. Other published books are Sandy the Flipper Dragon – RoseDog Books, and MARA -Balboa Press. click on image for more info about Fairy Folk Helen…
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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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Gigi Sedlmayer

When I started writing Talon, I knew it had to be set in Peru, as only can you find the majestic condors. I sat in the library for three full days, studying everything about the Indians, their culture and about the condors and their habits. At that time, there was not much available in Internet. Now, anything is easy to find. I wanted to write a story about a handicapped…
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Ronelle Smith

Since retiring from teaching, Ronelle has been putting her time to good use, doing the things she loves best – water colour painting and writing. Now it was time for her to put her skills to good use. Not a lady to do things by half, Ronelle is not just writing one book, but a series of five books with ‘Encounter’ being the first. Each book will contain its own…
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Elizabeth Howard

Elizabeth Howard is a writer and teacher. She has always been a seeker searching for how to live. The problem has always been to find someone who could answer questions simply and in an easy to follow way. All the literature in this area seemed to be complicated and open to interpretation.  Then she realized God hadn’t stopped speaking to us and that anyone could be used as a messenger….
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Albert Sedlmayer

Albert Sedlmayer was born in War-ravaged Germany in 1946. At age six his family moved to Australia and became Australian citizens. From 1962 he lived thirteen more cold-war years back in Germany where he trained as cabinetmaker and architectural draughtsman, designing houses. In 1975 he and his German wife moved to New Zealand and started their adoptive family. He began boatbuilding, founded a successful yacht design business and pioneered marine…
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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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