Biography

WALES, Stephen

WALES, Stephen

“Unbreakable”: On their honeymoon in remote Northern India, Steve and Terri’s lives would be forever changed when their tour vehicle collides with an oncoming bus. “Fork in the Road”: Putting the pieces of lives torn apart back together is a challenge that will test Steve and Terri well beyond the accident that forever changed them.

BARNES, Robert

BARNES, Robert

A quarter of a century ago a large number of people left Australia with the idea of the founding a New Australia – a communistic paradise – in the middle of Paraguay, in South America (states The Diggers’ Gazette). The attempt was a disastrous failure, but it is interesting to learn that the half-dozen families still left of the original settlers at Colonia Cosme sent 14 volunteers to the war practically – every fit man.

JEPSON, Jacqueline

JEPSON, Jacqueline

‘Life being a salami sandwich, I will give you the middle, leaving out the soggy, soft bit of bread at the beginning, and the unpalatable hard crust at the end.’ This is the story of an exceptional life. A young Lancashire lad who, through his own personality, skill and sheer “pluck” forged a career in Medicine. Richard Pomfret Jepson won scholarships to further both his schooling and university studies.

LOEW, Dave

LOEW, Dave

Dave Loew was born in Kenya close by the wilds of the Serengeti Plains. His parents were Hungarian and English.
He began playing the cello at six years of age, and early lessons with the visiting international virtuoso cellist Raya Garbousova greatly inspired the young boy to ‘live the dream’ and become a fine cellist himself.

MCRAE, John

MCRAE, John

These recollections of a lad growing up at the end of the second millennium on a farm near a small Upper Hunter Valley town in New South Wales, Australia, recreate a glimpse of the way we were not so very long ago.

Humorous, historic, and uplifting, while sometimes confronting and sad, this yarn is always very, very Australian.