Meet Our Authors
Anna was born in Poland. She survived the Holocaust and migrated to Australia in 1948. As one of many homeless people who survived the war years, she has come to understand her experiences and has found solace in the life she lives.
Her previous publications, Images and Reflections (poetry) and On the Other Side of the […]
Beth Wunderlich, a former teacher of English, is married and has two daughters and a son. With her husband she has lived in France and in the United States. She is a member of the Adult Education Association – Wednesday Writers’ Group, the Fellowship of Australian Writers and the Society of Women Writers, and has […]
Hacy Tobias has over 33 years experience in the corporate world, including twenty at general manager level. She spent over a decade in global roles until one day, out of the blue, her job ended. Hacy then entered the small business world, where after much frustration and a lot of learning, she became a committed […]
Mary Jones migrated to Australia in November 2008 from England, where she was a member of The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain and The Crime Writers’ Association. She had short stories published in magazines in the UK, Scandinavia and South Africa, and one broadcast on BBC Radio 4. She worked extensively in amateur theatre in […]
Caroline has been passionate about books and writing for as long as she can remember and published her own monthly newspaper when she was ten years old. She is an editor and publisher and has worked in the publishing industry for over fifteen years. Although Caroline usually works with other people’s words, she is also […]
Jack and Harry Beaumont
Jack and Harry Beaumont are brothers who love reading, writing and illustrating their own stories. Jack came up with the idea for The Little Green Frog while slowly travelling on a canal boat down the River Nene in Northamptonshire, UK, counting dragonflies, damselflies and other wildlife spotted along the way. Harry painted lots of pictures […]
James Harlow Brown
Jim Brown graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor’s in electrical engineering, served as a Marine Corps officer, joined IBM and worked at NASA, graduated from Catholic University of America with a Master’s in applied physics, became an executive in IBM and Satellite Business Systems, received a Certificate in Theology from Georgetown University, became a […]
Valerie Pybus, Dip. ACJ Australian College of Journalism, Professional Children’s Writer is a Past President of both the Society of Women’s Writers NSW Inc. and Fellowship of Australian Women Writers Manly & Peninsular Regional. An active member of Australian Society of Authors.
Following the success of her last Travel Book Distant Reflections, Spain, Portugal and Morocco […]
David is a philosopher, lecturer, writer and artist. His publications include On the Lip of the Pit, Word Weaving, At the Edge of Darkness and the award-winning A Pillar of Salt.
Fiona Mearon Long
Fiona Mearon Long is an Australian fine artist who has been painting and illustrating for over twenty years. Her passion for illustration led her to write and illustrate this book for her son and stepsons who love to talk about dragons with their Welsh father, who sings them lullabies and folk songs in his native […]
Olga Chaplin was born in the Ukraine during World War 2. She immigrated to Australia and now lives in Sydney, NSW.
The Man From Talalaivka is her first work of historical fiction.
Rob Oliver was born and raised in country Victoria, before moving to Melbourne to attend University. He worked for many years in banking and now works for himself helping businesses better explain what they do. As most of his work involves writing, he thought ‘why not write something fun for a change?’ He lives in […]
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