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By Julie Ludbey
Sapphire left an abusive home life in her small seaside town, looking for a better life in the big city. But straight away, she was off to a bad start. Things only got worse; within the first few months, she was interrogated by police on three separate occasions. Sapphire was finding it hard to hide all her secrets from the inspector that she had become so fond of. Things become heated up, and after six months of life in the city, Sapphire's journey takes her right back to where she started from—in a small country town, living with the same old abuse. Will she ever be able to escape that lifestyle? Is this forever? Will death be the only way out?
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By Dana Berzinjy
Based on a true story this novel tells an unfolding story of a family-hitting crisis. Eight members within the family faced day-by-day challenges, which were created by political situations. Set in Iraq, the city of Slemaniy, this family is one from many affected by the political war. Diyako, tries to make money, becomes sick, gets arrested and struggles to live with any happiness. Onto a love story between his sibling Hanar, and a man whom is not accepted within the family. Whilst dealing with threats the couple try to overcome the obstacles they are faced before getting married. Rozh goes through stealing and struggles, which leads one of the family members to a suicidal death.
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By Munia Khan
This book provides a contrast between a worldly life of learning and pleasure. This is not merely a book of poetry, but a serene place to align our minds with a union of words and images. Here, all the poems have their own melody which deal with simplicity of language, written on themes as mortality, love, life, death, the relationship of human spirit to the senses and so on. Imagery here is almost tangible; every image having a stamp of reality. It is meant to be a reminder to the readers of life's mystical elements, its beauty and darkness where truths are directed towards an undefined freedom, that each can partake.
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By Doug Manders
The parrots screech, the currawongs flee. The sentinels stand, with their fist of iron hold. Upon the hill they stand. The twisted sentinels stand as it bows to the wind. With its arms stretched out to the foreboding storm clouds across the range. The foreboding dark sky dances with the branches in all their twisted glory as the moan of the wind sings its lonely song. With its twisting and swaying, the trees yet again stand before their shaper. As they have always done with the rain and snow, the weather. So foul, the colors of the trees come into their own. For there is nothing quite like them, from the wind-blown icy embrace to quiet valley. Below, with the snowflakes gently, they silently enveloping the snowgum. Yet again, they bow to their shaper with their blanket of snow upon them. In the fog and cloud, the strange-shaped apparitions appear from the gloom to greet you as you go by. When the sun comes out, the branches burst and come into life as they are freed from their icy clasp, with a tingle of falling ice upon the snow below. Once again they stand, as they do. For the sentinels of the mountains will always be there with their colors so grand.
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By Colin Russell
The Scottish Enlightenment is often portrayed as elitist and Edinburgh based with no universally agreed beginning or end. Additionally, the Philosophers and scholars (the great Scottish Enlightenment figures) sometimes obscure significant contributions from other disciplines so that the achievements of a wider conception of the Scottish Enlightenment are not universally known. Sir Walter Scott also recognised that his nation ‘the peculiar features of whose manners and character are daily melting and dissolving into that of her sister and ally’ had an identity crisis. Both issues are addressed in this enquiry which seeks to highlight the scale and breadth of the Scottish Enlightenment whilst posing the question as to how Scottish identity can be preserved.
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By Valerie Walton
The objective of our design is to help people from other cultures to accept our culture and let them know there’s nothing to be afraid because beauty also comes from within aboriginal people. Most importantly, this is our way of telling aboriginal children to have pride in themselves and their culture no matter what and to hang on to the pride they were born with. We believe this is one step toward reconciliation.
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By Tracey Payne
The story is about a little Joey who has troubles connecting to others around her but eventually gains courage and strength to face her fears.
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By Adela d'Aviano
The many frames of life can be either simple, beautiful, and quiet, either stormy and agonizing. Each of these frames has its own philosophy based on our everyday decisions. This is what a girl discovers when she becomes angry with those who forced her being someone she was not. She thus realizes that the world around her is not what it is, but what she accepted it to be. She fights for something we all do: to be loved by everybody and to fulfill all expectations. Finding herself in a world without values, she finally accepts she is different and has the courage to see the world through her own eyes which, of course, causes her serious problems. But one day she decides to break her silence and she is surprised to see that love and peace can exist even in the most complicated life frame.
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By Lee Shaw-Newland
In a time of monumental transition, wrought by European colonialism marching inexorably across the globe, changing the sacred world of the First Nation people forever, journey with Singing Wind, Medicine Woman of the Blackfoot in seventeenth century Canada, in this epic tale of tragedy, hope, love and magic in the snow-capped mountains of northern America…
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By Georgina Zuvela
Rosko Krystoffe lives in South Africa in 2084 when a civil war breaks out in the city of Paragonia. The Paragon people are driven away and embark on a journey of survival. Rosko meets the Gabra Shi in a speleothem cave where she reveals the mystery and purpose of his existence. Gretchen Tousard is Rosko’s potential bride. She is also torn from her loved ones and loses track of them. On her journey fraught with danger she escapes the civil war in Paragonia. When she is compelled to sail to Montenegro where she finds Rosko once more. He discovers Gerald Topovski’s evil plan to manipulate the world’s resources through SEV.
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By Leonard Holder
With realistic imagination woven around true facts and through the eyes of his grandfather’s grandmother, the author leads us back into Sussex country life in the nineteenth century. Selina, from the village of Ripe, marries Eli, a young farmer who receives a call to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Her strong and capable support whilst bringing up fourteen children enables her husband to enlarge his farming activities whilst pursuing his life’s work as preacher and Baptist pastor. Selina reveals her struggles and fears as she carries the family, the farm and in many ways her husband too.
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By Carn Tiernan
Sick at heart after his latest love rejected him, out of work but reasonably wealthy from a not altogether honest deal, Carn Tiernan returns to the lovely old Cornish house where he was born, long neglected and awaiting his loving care. There a forces at work that don’t want him there for some reason. He catches a poacher, taking his pheasants by a particularly cruel trick and has him sacked but he tries to shoot him in revenge. This results in the police trying to ‘fit him up’ for attempted murder and he and his friend Arb get beaten up big time for their pains. He sees a lady on a horse riding on his land, she has an accident and he rushes her to hospital. He gets involved in motor racing, just to prove a point, using her brother as a driver and in machines to ‘Feed the starving millions’ for political reasons and becomes filthy rich. The lady on the horse proves to be a fellow engineer and she works with him but is unwillingly betrothed to another. He rescues her from the very steps of the altar, bears her off to the Continent and marries her. The forces at work prove to be a foreign power with a scheme to destroy his country and he subverts it by a sensational method that breaks all the rules whereon his country raises him to the nobility to his secret amusement. 242 words.
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By Veronica McKinnon
The Adventures of Vincent & Batts is based on a six-year-old boy and his love for his pink and purple soft toy named Batts.
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By maz saker
Lucy and her Daddy have a very special bond. When Lucy realises her dream of becoming a “Real Ballerina” she has her devoted and loving Daddy to thank. Lucy’s Daddy has devoted his life to raising his little girl and in turn Lucy heals his broken heart.
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By Quark Wells
V lives a life less ordinary. For one, she lives in a rented home with a pixie and shape shifter. And for some strange reason, her mother insists she goes to an all-boys school disguise as a boy. Just as things seem to be settling down, her crush, who has the ability to control machines with his mind, invites her to join him during the school break onboard Quark City, a giant space city that travels around the galaxy. Expecting an epic journey of romance, she ends up being pulled into something sinister brewing there. It begins to the disappearance of a nurse, and ends in two murders, the town mayor, and surprisingly Quark City’s resident super villain Dr. Dreary. It appears that she has deeper connection with the city than she knew, due to her mother’s mysterious past with some of Quark’s most important denizens. All this is just the beginning. It’s sort of a welcome back home for V, from the sinister forces lurking behind the city’s secrets.
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