BROOKS, Alistair

ISBN 978-0-6451562-9-4
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First Fly Last Fly

musings on the mundane to the miraculous

“first fly last fly” is a collection of personal musings that, in narrative and rhyme, take the reader on a powerful, evocative, event-filled literary adventure from the mundane to the miraculous, embracing along the way stories heroic, magical, mystical, improbable, murderous, masterful, comic, musical, and meditative.

About the Author

Alistair Brooks is an English-born Australian who, very early on in life, found he suffered from that serious, and not infrequently fatal, addiction known as “The Explorer’s Itch”. It is a condition that has in no way been eased by him always having been intensely curious about pretty much everything, from the seemingly mundane and tiny, to the incredible and vast, the miraculous and, far beyond, into the mysterious and the inexplicable. It is a condition that has been further spurred on by serendipity; that faculty of making providential discoveries quite by accident and, in the process, having adventure-filled opportunities present themselves in the most unexpected, fortuitous and rewarding ways. Now, even in his late-seventies, Alistair still finds he is unable, indeed wholly unwilling, to counter any of the addictive symptoms of his Explorer’s Itch. Instead, like many others who have learned to live with this totally incurable condition, he has found that writing books about his experiences, is the most satisfying and refreshing way of unburdening himself. Here then is the most recent of Alistair’s books.
His three previous titles are: Fined Four Pounds – Licence Removed (2004), About Horses of Course and Horse Humans Too (2012), Grandmother’s Thimble (2015). See the last four pages for more details on ordering and prices, which include postage and handling.

 
 

COX, Alistair

ISBN 978-1-922629-51-7
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Yanga Portrait of a National Secret

 Recently published in new York Adelaide magazine, also published in numerous anthologies and poetry journals, having written over 6,000 poems, nine children’s books yet to be published, her inspiration comes from her supportive family and cherished children of three. she has received numerous awards and certificates, including an international ambassador of peace award, her passion for poetry was discovered at a young age, where she found a deep sense of belonging. Nardine hopes to inspire the world through her mix of poetry about love, life and death, taking the reader on a journey throughout her desires and dreams, her biggest ambition is to teach poetry and help others express their emotions in this great form which is the art of poetry.

About the Author

Graduating from the C.B. Alexander Agricultural College, Tocal, Paterson in 1971, Alistair Cox began his pastoral career as a jackaroo with the Naroo Pastoral Company. He served on many well-known sheep stations and Merino studs, including Mungadal, Wonga and Raby in a long association with the pastoral industry.

That interest in the Merino industry led to two publications about the Merino sheep in Australia – Once, a splendid coin and Tom Culley, a reflection.

Stephen lives in the Riverina where he writes for the rural newspaper, The Land.

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.

SANDERSON, Nardine

ISBN 978-1-922722-06-5
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Bare Winter and the Longings of Spring

 Recently published in new York Adelaide magazine, also published in numerous anthologies and poetry journals, having written over 6,000 poems, nine children’s books yet to be published, her inspiration comes from her supportive family and cherished children of three. she has received numerous awards and certificates, including an international ambassador of peace award, her passion for poetry was discovered at a young age, where she found a deep sense of belonging. Nardine hopes to inspire the world through her mix of poetry about love, life and death, taking the reader on a journey throughout her desires and dreams, her biggest ambition is to teach poetry and help others express their emotions in this great form which is the art of poetry.

About the Author

Nardine Sanderson is an Australian author/ writer poetess who’s love of words stretches across the sea to immortalise the loves in her life.

JASMINE

ISBN 978-1-922629-70-8
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Stepping Stones to Oneness

Poetry is the language of the heart, the seeker, and the lover. It has the capacity to transcend the bounds of this world and speak directly to the soul in profound and simple text.

In this anthology, the poet shares the words of inspiration and revelation that flowed from within during her journey to Oneness – that state of being when the separate sense of self dissolves and only One remains – complete, boundless, joyous, and full of a profound love of all things. Each poem has been woven into a powerful and transformative process that unfolds as Stepping Stones along the path.  They provide guidance to the seeker and bring all those who read them closer to the very heart of their true nature.

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.