Chester the Cat is talented, handsome and charming—think of a feline Jason Bourne who is so gifted he makes Albert Einstein look stupid. With his street-smart business acumen and catnip-induced superpowers, Chester has overcome his less-than-perfect start to life to create a cat empire. He is director of Chester’s School of the Feline Arts, where he instructs other cats on how to take charge of their destinies . . . and owners.
With hilarious wit and heartfelt vulnerability, Chester shares his life story in this volume to inspire other cats to never give up on their dreams. In just seven steps, Chester guides all cats to a meowingly good life! Paperback and Ebook, 134 pages
It is the 1960s, and teenage Lisa O’Connor is growing up in a sordid family in the western suburbs of Sydney, Australia. Abused and forsaken by those she should have been able to trust the most, Lisa is sent away to the notorious Parramatta Girls Home for ‘reform’. While captive there, she encounters the depths of human depravity and sinks even further into despair.
Lisa is eventually rescued from this abhorrent life by her childless aunt, who takes her to live at a remote sheep station in outback New South Wales. Lisa falls in love with the homestead, Woori, the harsh outback landscape and the Aboriginal culture. With the help of her aunt and uncle, two female Aboriginal elders and Billy, a very special young Aboriginal man, Lisa’s splintered heart and broken spirit begin to mend.
Splintered Heart, book one in the Red Dust series, takes readers on an emotional journey. Lisa’s determination and desire to overcome her horrific beginnings tell a saga unlike any other. Both horrifying and inspiring, this is a story that can’t be put down. Paperback and Ebook, 320 pages
Dean P.R. Buswell
Angels and demons have been waging their wars for aeons in the aetheric realms. Now this war has come to Earth. The Order of Elysium is a group of fighters keeping the earth from falling into shadow. The Order’s wardens used to be regular humans, but upon death, were deemed worthy by angels to serve their cause: fighting a war against darkness. A war the angels and humans are in danger of losing. This fast-paced, action-packed fantasy novel, book one in The Aetheric Wars Trilogy, will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about angels, demons and humanity. The lines between the dark and the light become more blurred with every turn of the page. Who can really be trusted? Paperback and Ebook, 420 pages
A must-read for anyone embarking on the spiritual path to self-realisation – Donna Dolan
Bloom & Burn is the transformational chronicle of a spiritual seeker’s quest to answer two very important questions: Who am I and why am I here?
In this awe-inspiring chronicle, Kerry describes the unfolding divine processes and realisations that arose from her remarkable yet challenging life story. She reveals intimate details about the experiences that initiated her on a path of renunciation (the surrender of all attachments) and annihilation (the death of all that she believed herself to be. Paperback and Ebook, 148 pages
It is the year 1914 in central Norfolk, England, when young farmer Frank Matthews meets his one true love, Gwen Bell, just before volunteering as a sniper in WWI. This captivating novel follows his journey as a lover, husband, father, killer and identity thief as he seeks to survive the horrors of war and the atrocities he both witnessed and committed.
And who is the mysterious discharged soldier Ken Bullen, appearing in Norfolk in 1917, intent on reclaiming his lost life and love? What happened to these two men fighting for their country in a bygone era of romance, violence, shell-shock and fragile new beginnings? The Imposter: A Norfolk Romance will reveal all. Paperback and Ebook, 325 pages
Stephen Chong M.Ed.
Bodies of Consequence takes you on a journey that describes a life-after-death experience like no other. It explores the lives of ‘everyday’ people and the consequences of life in the hereafter through the beautifully interwoven paths of three generations of family.
‘A riveting portrayal of life in the hereafter as a consequence of life and the choices we make. Bodies of Consequence is a once in a lifetime book not to be missed. Dr E. M. Martin, Author of Journey Beyond the Self. Paperback and Ebook, 274 pages
A tongue-in-cheek police memoir full of funny stuff, amusing stuff, horrifying stuff and stuff you simply won't believe. Tall tales, yarns and anecdotes gathered during a 40-year career in policing throughout Queensland that will make you laugh, cry, gasp and say, ‘Nooooo, that surely couldn't happen!’ But it did! Most importantly, you'll gain an insight into the dark side of everyday coppers doing everyday things every day. Buzzy dedicated almost forty years service to communities throughout Queensland, Australia - policing towns and cities across the length and breadth of this vast state. Paperback, 270 pages
Have you ever wondered what the journey to enlightenment is like? We've all read accounts from those after they've reached enlightenment, but what did they actually go through, within their own minds, to reach this state? If you would like to know more about this process, then this book is for you.
Despite a comfortable life with a loving family and every measure of worldly success, Dr Martin had always been plagued by a feeling of desolation within her soul. In this book, she traverses the darkness of the psyche, bringing it to the light of consciousness and beyond. The vignettes take the reader on a journey to enlightenment through words, inspirations, poems and dreams as Dr Martin seeks to answer life's great questions: Who am I, why am I here and what is the purpose of this life? Colour paperback and Ebook, 122 pages
Listen to the Silence is a poignant chronicle of artist Jenny Overton’s journey with cancer. Using both humour and emotion, Jenny bares her soul in a diarist narrative about living with cancer and the conventional and alternative treatments she utilised. Her touching exposé also reveals a unique philosophical attitude towards life and death. Jenny treated this life-threatening illness as another gift on her pathway through life and was full of gratitude until the end. She saw both life and death as one big adventure, and her words will bring inspiration and comfort to the existential fears that we all face, with or without a terminal illness.
Colour paperback, 152 pages
There had been whispers of a magical hidden alcove within the Fenix Forest of Ameral Alley for years, but according to legend, no one had ever found it. Until now. Seventeen-year-old Halia Bodine, a girl with a medically baffling rare lung disease, begins dreaming of a map that leads her to the hidden alcove of Moa’s Rock. In the depths of this magical alcove exists the vibrant underwater world of M’deia, with its hunter tribes, alluring creatures, ghastly beasts, and untouched lands. After a fated encounter with Luka, a M’deian boy in exile from his clan, Halia enters this mythical underwater world. Once there, she learns that her illness ceases to exist, that she loves without reciprocation, and the cold truth of her parents’ death.
Paperback, 375 pages
Seventeen-year-old Dane can’t take it anymore. Tormented at school, ignored by his teachers, and with no friends to speak of, he attempts to leave his cruel life behind. However, a chance encounter with Addison, a young artist with her own painful past, opens the doors to a life beyond his daily misery.
With guidance from Addison and her two closest friends ‒ Sandra, outspoken and fierce, and Pearce, caring and loyal ‒ Dane begins his process of healing. With their help, he has the chance to make a new beginning.
Paperback and Ebook, 292 pages
Susana Mei Silverhoj
How is your relationship with money?
Does money flow freely and abundantly into your life?
If not, then this is the book for you.
The power of the From Money With Love letters comes from a large group of lightworkers and their collective intention to activate prosperity consciousness in the world. When people come together with intentions like these, they can change the world for the better.
Paperback and Ebook, 95 pages
Susana Mei Silverhoj
Have you ever asked yourself the questions: What is life about, who am I and how can I feel whole and free? Goodness, Grace & Great Thoughts on Fire invites you to experience and expand your perception of life into something greater than good or bad, positive and negative. In this book you will learn that all is good — for the highest good! In this illuminating volume, Susana Mei Silverhøj has opened her heart to awaken you to loving yourself — exactly as you are — by telling personal stories that you can relate to. These stories will help you to remember your uniqueness and to embrace both your light and shadows in all their many shades. The “feel-good menu” of 33 personal, brutally truthful and transformational stories will help you pick and choose what gifts resonate with you on your journey — the journey of creating magic and awesomeness in your life. Paperback, 204 pages
This story is set in colonial Melbourne a year after the military attack at the Eureka Stockade and just before the colony of Victoria elects its first Parliament. Powerful and wealthy Lord Charles Webster hopes to be elected. Charles meets beautiful Leah Reece who is Jewish. Social and cultural factors appear likely to keep these two apart as the local Rabbi causes difficulties and accuses Leah’s father of murder. Can independent Leah and dashing Charles find happiness together?
Paperback and Ebook, 125 pages
Unexpected Destiny is a tale of tender love between two young people who meet in unexpected ways. Professor Robert McAllister hears Charlotte Rose present a talk, and is immediately smitten. Charlotte is a respected journalist who publishes under a man’s name. Although Robbie knew the journalist was a woman, he pictured her as a plump middle-aged woman. Imagine his surprise to find that Charlotte is not only intelligent, but also young and very beautiful. While the two fall deeply in love, there is a terrible secret that must be revealed and dealt with before they can make a life together.
Paperback and Ebook, 138 pages
After a terrible tragedy in his life, solicitor Jake Anderson moves to Southport near Brisbane, just before the opening of the new railway, to begin a new life. Southport, a new township north of Brisbane, seems like the ideal place for him.
On his first day in the town, he rescues a young woman and her two brothers from an accident in their buggy. While both feel immediate attraction, it takes Jake quite some time to decide what do about beautiful Caroline Arnett. Does he have the courage to love again? Will she have to be content with just loving him as a friend?
Paperback and Ebook, 174 pages
Have you ever felt totally free? With nothing to worry about, not a care in the world, nothing to lose and nowhere you have to be? Have you ever done something totally reckless, just because you can? Clive and Mandy Richmond know that feeling. In 1979 they left on a trip around Australia. They set off in an HQ Holden station wagon with all their worldly possessions, not much money, no real plans and no real idea where we were going. They worked their way around Australia, and then just kept on going around again. During that time they married and raised two kids. Between them, they have had about one hundred jobs.
They lived and worked on seven cattle stations, were married on one of them, and generally lived and worked in remote areas or country towns. There were good times and bad, and some dark, dangerous days that they were lucky to survive. But overall, it has been a great life – unrestrained and untameable, never burning a bridge, and yet full of the adventure of new horizons and that addictive feeling of freedom. You could call them gypsies, drifters, wanderers, lost souls or whatever, and you would probably be right.
Paperback, 250 pages
Colin MCowan OAM, Malcolm McKenzie, Mansi Shah
Introducing Career Education and Development focuses on taking a proactive approach to helping young people manage their own career development. It advocates implementing a program of activities in educational institutions to assist them to develop the understanding, attitudes, skills, and experiences to be able to make informed career decisions and take deliberate career-related actions throughout their lives.
This book highlights the importance of introducing an effective Career Education and Development (CED) program in educational institutions. It advocates for such a program not only in support of the growth and development of individuals, but also in support of workforce, social justice, economic, and national imperatives.
Paperback, 236 pages
Dr Katie Richard
A scientific, evidence-based approach to end binge eating, improve body image, and facilitate weight management using hypnosis and other mind power methods.
Weight Off Your Mind: How to Change Your Mind About Your Body is for you if:
- You've failed with diets or haven't been able to stick to other slimming programs.
- You're frustrated, upset, or even depressed about your body shape.
- You would like to lose weight (whether it's 5 kg or 50 kgs) and keep it off.
- You want your slimming journey to be easier.
Whether one, two, or all of the above is what you're after, imagine achieving your slimming goal with the step-by-step guidelines in Weight Off Your Mind!
Paperback, 313 pages
Sylvia L. Martin
Read the fascinating true life story of one woman’s quest through many emotional ups and downs, heartbreak, and an operation that led to a near-death experience, which changed her whole life and how she perceived it. This experience led her to wake up to who she really is and what our lives on Earth are all about. Don’t miss reading her fascinating, controversial story that will enable you to understand and deal with many situations that come up in our lives. Sylvia Martin shows you how adversity can be a wonderful gift that helps to release inner secrets and fears, through acceptance and understanding of the circumstance.
One Woman’s Miracle: Everyone’s Journey will change the way you live and look at your life, and lead you to inner peace and love.
Paperback, 139 pages
Awakening to Spirit: Investigations into contemplative and ecstatic practices in the healing of human consciousness
Dr Juliette Lachemeier
Despite unprecedented advances in technology, education, economic growth and material wealth, experience is showing that we have never been so stressed, paranoid and disconnected from God, nature and life’s greater meaning. To reconnect with these essential aspects of ourselves, it is becoming increasingly important to take individual responsibility for aligning ourselves with a more transpersonal awareness. Awakening to Spirit, a doctoral research project, delivers scientifically, neurologically and psychologically substantiated spiritual practices suitable to, and more easily integrated with, our present-day culture and demands.
Surprisingly, it was the shock of motherhood to the author’s previously ordered life that provided the catalyst for this research, given the difficulties she faced in integrating her former spiritual practices into this new chaos. The resulting research and metaphysical journey detailed in this work is an informative read for anyone interested in furthering their understanding of the nature of consciousness and reconnecting to the divine source of all awareness.
Paperback, 222 pages
Dr Juliette Lachemeier
Inspired by the author’s own lifelong search to answer life’s bigger questions, and drawing deeply from the wisdom contained in the seminal teachings of A Course in Miracles and The Science of Mind, this controversial thesis takes the reader on a journey through the spiritual life and teachings of Jesus Christ to answer life's major existential and theological questions: Why are we here, where did we come from, what is the nature of our existence and where are we going? Dr Lachemeier explains that there are great universal truths governing us all, but without an understanding of our truer natures, these truths are often obscured by the seemingly random inconsistencies experienced by the physical body, along with the alternating misfortunes and successes that befall it. Her thesis also initiates a treatise on metaphysics and motherhood, exposing the collective difficulties Western mothers face when engaging in traditional practices for cultivating a relationship with Spirit.
Paperback, 107 pages