The world always stops for Christmas. What if for one day you could pause the world?
This is a tale of what life was like for even the most ordinary of people during the turbulent times of World War II.
Whether poetry is strange or familiar to you, Germander Speedwell has penned a collection of short and sweet verses.
The native wildlife of Australia (amals), are at war with the non-native wildlife (feralists).
The quest for genuine spiritual awakening unfolds...
Life is journey - a sentiment that is espoused many a time, but rarely looked at in detail.
Take a walk with Sarah Smith as she recounts her journey with her dad in his fight against dementia.
S. Elizabeth Cook's fourth volume of poetry follows on from the themes of love and loss explored in her previous collection, Yellow Light.
Martha's adventures take her into outer space, where she finds that NASA, the British and the US military have been populating planets since the 1960s.
Although the characters in the stories in this book may live in different parts of the world, all have had adventures or misadventures of their own.
Scott Middlin's tale is a refreshingly honest and moving account of all the highs and lows of his life as a musician.
Fibromyalgia is an invisible condition, affecting the whole body and every aspect of someone's life once diagnosed.