OBATAYO, Adeolu

ISBN 978-1-922722-06-5
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The Spirit of the Antichrist is in the Church

The Word of God is the light to see and discern between the wolves and the sheep.

The Bible warns in second Thessalonians chapter 2:1-11 about the events surrounding the second coming of Christ that we are not to be shaken in mind or troubled in spirit but to be careful of deception. It details the deceit, the falling away, and the revelation of the lawless one.

It also mentions that the mystery of lawlessness is already at work. This mystery is the spirit of the antichrist cited in first John 4:1-6, manifested in opposing ideologies to the biblical worldview introduced into the church by persons, i.e., wolves in sheep’s clothing, who personify this spirit.
This book is meant to edify the body of Christ on how to discern the spirit of error and her schemes by emphasising the importance of the Word of God and His glory.

About the Author

Adeolu Obatayo is a reformed Christian and member of the Westminister Presbyterian Church Bull Creek, though a Nigeria born Australian, married with three children, and working as a General Practitioner in Western Australia. His most important qualification is being a Christ redeemed child of the most high God, who desires above all to love God with his whole heart, soul, mind and strength.

MULLER, Karen

ISBN 978-0-6451562-4-9
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Of Heavenly Beams and Earthly Shadows

Allow the depth of woven words transport you to places within your heart and soul. Find empathetic inspiration and understanding within the aspects of the darker and deeper side of the human psyche.
Thought provoking perspectives and ethereal wonders of life are shared to view the world through different eyes. The loving eyes of a natural medium.

About the Author

KAREN is a retired drug and alcohol counsellor.
She resides with her husband Edi in Perth, Western Australia.

 
 

FERGUSON, Zack

ISBN 978-1-922629-22-7
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The Billionaire’s Club

Rong Liang is popular at Richmond’s Academy, but his music career could never take off by himself.

Gareth Wilson is new to the school, and his father can barely afford to pick him up at the end of the day.

Jenny Summers is reclusive, escaping into the world of music to avoid the world of reality.

And Humphrey Winters just doesn’t want to the there.

When these four strangers finally meet at the After-School Club, they’ll discover that they have more in common than they ever could have imagined, and in the process, their school year will be completely and utterly ruined.

About the Author

Zack Ferguson was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia where he lives with his family. He is an ideas man with a bizarre sense of humour and a love for creativity, music, and potentially voice acting. He is also a drummer, playing since he was six years old, and a part-time mash-up artist on YouTube and Instagram, who spends way too long perfecting his craft. In his early years he enjoyed creating games on a website called Scratch, but eventually realised that he was much more interested in telling the stories he made for them. Zack’s love for storytelling and creative writing grew throughout high school, where he finally found inspiration in his final year to put pen to paper to write his first novel: The Billionaire’s Club.
 
 

KENNEDY, David

ISBN 978-1-922629-96-8
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Charles Washing & Racist Furniture

The history of Charles Washing, his family, and furniture business is fascinating reading. The plight of Charlie’s parents, a full-blood Chinaman and an 18-year-old English Jewess in the 1850’s, escaping their respective homelands and settling in Ararat, Victoria, is difficult to comprehend, but it’s true. Raising 10 kids against the odds, we follow the journey to Creswick, Melbourne and finally Perth where their sons, driven by Charles set up Washing Brothers Furniture Factory. The Factories Act was a desperate attempt by the Government to eradicate Asiatic businesses pressured by Unions and European businessmen. To survive meant risking everything by breaking the law, dodging government inspectors, and even beating the Supreme Court. It was the birth of racist furniture.

BANGERZ, Mash

ISBN 978-0-645111-50-7 PAPERBACK

Africaining A Gory Glory Morning 

What do you get when varying elements of human society have taken diverging paths leaving its tree root to dehydrate while a malicious leading light is attacking the fragile leaf foliage giving humanity’s trunk life threatening hemorrhage? Will an adventurous competing parasite find a sufficient sized bandage to cover all damaged cells? What outcome will prevail?

El Shoetef is captured in the common wealth driven world of the early 2000s where political correctness propagating zealous moralists are using digitised egocentric driven narcissism to justify eradication of independent critical opinions.

One day he manages to escape towards Africa which harbours a society lacking the luxury of being narrow minded munchkins. However another evil is awaiting. And it has already laid interest on others with a growing revengeful hunger. The chase for salvation is on! Will there be a day with no morning…?

COOPER, David

ISBN 978-1-922452-71-9 PAPERBACK

Nova Sapiens

Kasih is a robotic child drawn into a project to discover her secrets, and into a war that threatens all humanity, including her own.

The murder of her family by Union troops in Bandung leaves the rebels’ robotics experts, Losana Maraiwai and Wei Dingxiang, with nobody to explain Kasih’s design but Kasih herself.

She is not what anyone expected. In Darwin, Dingxiang suspects a magic trick may explain away her human-like artificial intelligence. In Beijing, Union politician Gabriel da Costa fears an extinction-level technology. Both sides of the war see a weapon that might win it. But Kasih is not strong, fast, or even particularly coordinated. She tries in vain to make sense of her father’s death, and of a world ready to dismantle her and repurpose her technology. And she cannot escape the Union’s plans.

The rebels, including Kasih’s original rescuers, Paul Kanner and Debra Hall, are powerless in the face of a new army of robotic soldiers based on her design. The Union has created monsters, whose cold efficiency unleashes wholesale destruction. They threaten the world’s only chance for freedom, and perhaps its very survival.

Neither Kasih nor Dingxiang understand why Kasih herself is not like them. Kasih must fight back against the fate others have determined for her, and for the world, and Dingxiang needs her ingenuity to solve the very conundrum that her existence represents. For Kasih to save her human friends, she must help them destroy her own kind.