Lost and Found

When Janie lost her son, she lost herself. The journey to finding her self is a gravel road in which she doesn't want to walk down. But then an old friend comes back and helps her back onto her feet. His compassion and love is all she needed now that her son is gone, but is that enough? Is it ever?

Ace Cream

When the summery weekend plows, Clarice enjoys it with a nice cone of ice cream. However, after a predicament that estranges him from one of his siblings, his weekend may be spent in more ways than for himself. In the other hand, his roommate resorts to helping him.

The Waterfowl Are Drunk!

Kate Liston-Mills' The Waterfowl Are Drunk! is a series of short stories set in the author's hometown, Pambula, on New South Wales' far south coast. A fox stalks a nest of hatching swans, loving parents deal with their child's Down syndrome diagnosis, a close-knit community mourns a death, a teenager is forced to give up an afternoon...

Strange World 2

The Sequel to Strange World. This Time it's Lacey's Turn under the spotlight as she goes through her busy days working for both the FBI and The Trident. Will she let go of her husband that was murdered by her own boss ? Or is there still hope ?

Roost Trail

Two young boys growing up in the pious townships of Granton and Bloomsbury. Like the towns, they are connected by a stretch of arterial road with command over their fate.

Strange World

The story of a man and his wife with a special genetic system called SDNA with more than a couple of super abilities. Follow Ethan Jones in a first person life story as he wakes up after a long nap. Will he be a super hero or will he just hide? It's your turn to start reading So enjoy!! P.S: If you notice any errors while reading,...

Rita

In the forest is a well, and a teenage girl, Rita, collects water from it daily. But after an appearance with a boy named Tom, Rita vanishes forever. This is the first book in the sequels of The Well. Thanks!

Permission To Lie

A collection of short stories set in places as diverse as a nudist colony, the corporate world and prison. Beneath her wry humour and snappy style, Chevalier brings insight and compassion to her depiction of contemporary Australian life and to growing up in America. 'Meant' shows the challenges facing someone leaving jail and starting...

My Hearts Are Your Hearts

What are the hares getting up to among the sunflowers? Who is paying $6000 for a raincoat? The priest is good, kind, adored, believed – but can the schoolgirl trust him? Who kills his wife and dumps the body in the pool? What if you find your death was listed long ago online? With lightness in the telling, with subtle harmonies and...

FARBLONDZHET

Dealing with death is always hard, and it’s even harder for an atheist not entirely at home with his cultural roots who finds himself attending a traditional Jewish funeral for a family member. 'Farblondzhet' asks: who are funerals for, anyway?