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A&A Authors

Jean-Marie Veronica

Jean-Marie Veronica

Jean-Marie Veronica was born in 1936 and has always been interested in spirituality. She lives in Victoria with her husband Maurice. Oneness is her first book.

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Ted Scott

Ted Scott

Ted Scott holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Economics. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. He was awarded an Order of Australia in the General Division in 2004 for his contribution to industry.

Ted is the author of Augustus Finds Serenity, and he is also the co-author of Humanity at Work and The Myth of Nine to Five with Dr Phil Harker.

He is now a partner in...

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Christine Dodson

Christine Dodson

Christine Dodson is a 52 year old woman with a BA (psychology), a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology, and a Vocational Graduate Certificate in Counselling (Loss and Grief). She volunteers as a telephone counsellor and is involved with a with a loss and grief support group. Longing for Life - the treacherous quest for motherhood through IVF is her first book.

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Joan Katherine Isaacs

Joan Katherine Isaacs

Joan Katherine Isaacs is a wife, mother and doting grandmother. Born in 1953 into a Catholic family, Joan is the middle child of migrant parents.

Joan became a teacher, initially working in primary schools and later focussing on children with special needs and learning difficulties.

In 2013 Joan gave evidence at the Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. To Prey and to Silence is her own powerful...

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Bobbie S. Richardson

Bobbie S. Richardson

Bobbie Richardson grew up in a little town called Kaiapoi, just out of Christchurch, New Zealand. She is a creator who excelled as an Author/Illustrator and Singer/Songwriter. Moving to Australia in 1998 she has had an unusual life due to her ability to tap into the unseen.

Her journey has taken her through many exciting synchronistic events, by following visions which are very real to her, they have lead her to...

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J. J. Part

J. J. Part moved from Queensland to beautiful Armidale in the New England Tablelands in 2008.  She  has always loved animals especially dogs and horses, country life, art and writing stories and poems for children.  The nearby bush, haven to kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, hares, rabbits and sugar gliders and many birds, provided the inspiration for this book whilst she explored it with her Hungarian Vizsla dog, Oggy.

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Mandi Greenwood

Mandi Greenwood

An ardent lover of books from day one, Mandi has been reading and writing fiction her entire life, and has always wanted to be an author. Surrounded by books since childhood, she was besotted early on by the likes of Charlotte Bronte, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and of course, JRR Tolkien. Her first copy of Jane Eyre, given to her at age ten, was re-read over and over until it literally...

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Ian Simpson

Ian Simpson

Ian Simpson has spent most of his 49 years living in a wheelchair, giving him a different perspective on life to a lot of people. He has been a History teacher and Learning Designer for over 25 years. He is a Paralympian and has represented Australia in the sports of table tennis and wheelchair rugby. He is likely to wince and/or roll his eyes if you call him 'brave'. Rolling...

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Carolyn Little

Carolyn Little

Carolyn Little is a seventy-one year old grandmother from Sydney, who has two sons and two granddaughters.

For most of her career, Carolyn was a Head Science teacher at schools in Sydney. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Mathematics, and a Master of Science degree in Astronomy.

Carolyn fell in love with the area around Cairns and the Daintree while visiting her son, who gave...

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Rowan Hagen

Rowan Hagen

Rowan Hagen began her writing vocation with poetry before moving onto prose. Her first novel Darlo, set in the notorious underbelly of Sydney, was published in 2008 by Short Stop Press. Fearless takes its readers to coastal communities in the idealistic seventies and in the present.

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