Author: Larry Matoyo
Audience: Young Adult and up
Fifteen year old Larry Bourne never expected to encounter an animated mummy on the first night visiting his uncle at an archaeological dig near Giza, Egypt. However, that was only the start of the unexpected happenings. The fabulous finds made by the expedition team roused the greed of the ruthless treasure hunter Ethan Dunn. Wanting the newly discovered map to the location of the Lost Treasures of Egypt, Dunn kidnaps Joan, the daughter of the expedition’s leader. Larry, along with Joan’s brother James, set off on a journey from Giza to Alexandria, needing to solve a series of ancient clues in a desperate effort to rescue Joan before Dunn’s deadline and beat him to the treasure. Where’s the Pharaoh? is an exciting adventure that will have your heart racing right to the end.
Author: Leanne Neill
She wore her poetry as a designer label; classic couture crafted from exclusive threads of herself… Leanne Neill
Author: Tanya Neskovic
In 2006, I was told my Husband’s lung disease (bronchiectasis) had turned terminal. This is the story of our journey in my own words. I wrote this firstly because I wanted to get down on paper what this experience had been to go through. In deciding to publish, I am hoping that I give others who are going through or gone through the loss of their partner the courage to be brave, to face the awful truth and come out the other end and face the future, whatever that may hold.
Author: Alexandria Nagy
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Written for fiction, The Could Be Ring is a tale of boxing, domestic violence and raw emotion that was inspired by true events. Meeting Beau again after more than 30 years, songstress Jolie Taylor has questions. Remembering the immeasurable tenderness she once felt for Beau as he rose to Olympic boxing fame, alongside the tormenting heartache of life outside the ring; Jolie takes us on a journey of her youth. What happened? The Could Be Ring evokes internal emotive conversation and will have you questioning integrity, morality and love in a story that will stay in your mind long after the final page closes.
Author: Maureen Clifford
Genre: Australian Poetry
Audience: All ages
First released as an e-book, ‘Aussie Tails and Aussie Males and one or two other things’ is now a fair dinkum hold in your hand and read book. The book contains Australian Bush Poetry and yarns with the odd Haiku or two thrown in for good measure. Often featured in these poems are Maureen’s rescued fur-babies, who live with her in a renovated Queenslander, just outside Brisbane.
Author: Horst Blaich
Genre: Family History
Synopsis: A collection of Blaich Family Newsletters
Author: Melbourne Writers’ Social Group
Genre: Mixed Poetry and Prose Anthology
A Collection of short stories and poems from the Melbourne Writers’ Social Group. The theme for 2016 is our beautiful city, Melbourne.
Author: Wida Tausif
Genre: Fairy Tale
Princess Mary of Dreamatica dreams of becoming a famous singer, but her father, the King, is against it.
He wants her to live and act like a Princess. Can Mary hold on to her dream and keep her Father’s love?
Author: Margaret Gregory
Audience: Young Adult and up
Jai Ansuni was the first female Atapi sorcerer for thousands of years, but she dare not reveal it. However, when tribal sorcerer Stacion Ansuni escalates the enmity between Atapi and Kumatan to an ominous level, Jai and her womb mate, Con, try to mitigate his atrocities but can two young Atapi, not even a score of years old, win against the powerful sorcerer?