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Stories My Daddy Told Me

by Evelyn Wagner

"As Daddy whirled and dashed to the front of the building, he saw an Oregon State Police car pulling up to the entrance. By the time Daddy got outside, that dark blue car was gone. Mother, who had been sitting...

Patti and the Briefcase

by Evelyn Wagner

"Please Mother, write what happened when you and Dad were in Canada. Write it all out so I can have it." And so this book was born-made as a gift to our daughter. I felt I remembered every word-every detail...

The Shadow of God: A Journey Through Memory, Art, and Faith

by Charles Iii Scribner

The Shadow of God is part memoir, part spiritual autobiography, and part tour of great works of art, literature, and music. In the form of a journal written over the course of a year, Charles Scribner shares...

Augustus: The Life of Rome's First Emperor

by Anthony Everitt

He found Rome made of clay and left it made of marble. As Rome’s first emperor, Augustus transformed the unruly Republic into the greatest empire the world had ever seen. His consolidation and expansion of...

My Mother's Spice Cupboard

by Elana Benjamin

My Mother's Spice Cupboard is the true story of the author's Sephardi Jewish family's migration from Baghdad to Bombay (now Mumbai) to Sydney. Unlike most other Australian Jews, her parents were born and grew...

Sister, Sister

by Anna Rosner Blay

From the busy marketplaces of pre-war Krakow, Poland, to the horror of the Holocaust and the haven of Schindler's factory, to the apparent peace and safety of a suburban backyard in Melbourne, Australia, this...

From Pillar to Post

by Kirsten Hodges

This story is based on memories from a seven year old girl through the teens and up to her adult years. It was a different world back in the 1940s. Most children from working-class families were sent out to...

Justice for Jamie

by Frits Maaten

In October 1991 the body of 60 year old gay man, Francis Barry Arnoldt, was found stabbed to death outside a sporting pavilion in a suburban park in Melbourne. He had been murdered the previous night. Mr Arnoldt...

Cops, Crocs & Leopard-Skin Jocks

by Bob Magor

Wild encounters with crocodiles, mad Territorians, Asian crab poachers, Cyclone Tracy, petty-crooks, the NT police, magistrates, judges and murderers, family members, Fred Brophy and his boxing troupe and all...

Miracles or Coincidences

by Geraldine Moran

Have you considered that you are constantly surrounded by miracles? Would you like to be? This book makes miracles accessible to all with amazing stories, lessons and examples of everyday people, celebrities...

Almost a Farmer

by Don Puckridge

The author describes his life from primary school years on a farm to becoming a University Lecturer. For two years he travelled 10 km to school by horse and cart and threw stones at rabbits. He also trapped...

The Will to Climb

by Richard Harris

This is the true story of gripping life-and-death battles that took place on the 2006 Everest Expedition. Christopher Harris started mountaineering with his father, Richard, at just eight-years-of-age. They...

Refugee to Resident

by Ibtihal Samarayi

An educated girl from a prosperous family in Iraq finds her world turned upside down by circumstances arising from the brutal regime of Saddam Hussein. With her young husband she flees first to Iran, then Turkey,...

Human Headlines

by Derryn Hinch

He's met all the movers and shakers. And sometimes Derryn Hinch has moved and even shaken some of them. How did Malcolm Fraser really lose his trousers in Memphis? And what happened with Raquel Welch at the...

Letters of Love, Light and Laughter

by Gena Alston

In 'Letters of Love, Light and Laughter', Gena Alston brings to you her experience of receiving and believing. Channelling started many years ago for Gena, firstly in meditation groups - having visualisations...

Gaining a Sense of Self

by Karen Laura-Lee Wilson

Many years later when I asked how she felt when the doll was accidentally smashed she replied "I could have killed you". She meant it. Six decades on she still had not forgiven me. Karen Laura-Lee Wilson's memoir...

The Wisdom of Snowy Dalton

by Reg Mounsey

Reg Mounsey's life story is one of courage and determination in a seemingly heartless world. Reg is an optimist despite the rough roads which he has travelled. He has surmounted situations which could have ground...

The Music of the Soul

by Stephen Chong

This is a life-changing book. 'The Music of the Soul' is a journey of change to realise your highest potential in this lifetime. Through the use of a compelling narrative story between a generation of ducks,...

Two Journeys Into Peril

by Ken Sillcock

Ken and Ron Sillcock grew up on a dairy farm a mile north of Yinnar, Gippsland. With the outbreak of the Second World War, they both enlisted. This volume contains their wartime letters - to each other and back...

The Whole Shebang

by Clare Boyd-Macrae

Articles and reflections. 'Opening these pages, one is admitted into the world of a deeply intelligent, sensitive and sensual woman who loves her husband, her children and family, her dogs, her friends. Who...