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backwater breathings By Paul Grimsley
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away from the hustle and bustle of city life is where these poems live, where they walk and talk and breathe
the backwater tree By john thompson
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my second through sixth collection, plus short story and a 6 poem series at the end........ ( reviews inside of book! )
backwater breathings By Paul Grimsley
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away from the hustle and bustle of city life is where these poems live, where they walk and talk and breathe
the backwater tree By john thompson
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my second through sixth collection, plus short story and a 6 poem series at the end........ ( reviews inside of book! )
The Buccaneers of Backwater By Anna Evans-Wylie
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It has been raining for weeks. The school is flooded and the children are sent home. Three of them, plus a dog, decide to convert their tree house into Noah’s Ark. Strong currents snatch their... More > vessel and carry it into the Atlantic Ocean. They are presumed dead, but they aren’t ready to die yet. They have a much bigger fish to fry because that’s where the adventure begins... This is an adventure story for 8-11 year olds.< Less
Bad Nero - Backwater - Part 1 By Phillip Jackson
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14 Page comic. Part 1 of 3. Welcome to Bad Nero, a mineral-rich frontier planet that has attracted the poor, the desperate and the criminal, all of whom hope to make it big, by fair means or... More > foul. It’s also home to mercenaries like Alaska Rhodes; a buxom bombshell who is, today, working for one of the big companies that run Nero’s mining operations…..< Less
Bad Nero - Backwater - Part 2 By Phillip Jackson
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16 Page comic. Part 2 of 3. Welcome to Bad Nero, a mineral-rich frontier planet that has attracted the poor, the desperate and the criminal, all of whom hope to make it big, by fair means or... More > foul. It’s also home to mercenaries like Alaska Rhodes; a buxom bombshell who is, today, working for one of the big companies that run Nero’s mining operations…..< Less
Meanjin to Brisvegas: Snapshots of Brisbane's journey from colonial backwater to new world city By John Tilston
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This book describes seminal moments in the history of the capital city of Queensland, which in just one generation has grown from country town to vibrant modern metropolis. It had a tough start. It... More > became a separate state with less financial support from London than any other colony in the mighty British Empire. Almost a century later is was briefly the Allied Forces headquarters for the Pacific War, delighting and depressing its citizens in equal measure. Then it had to shake off corruption in high places before it could realise its great potential. There was some intrigue along the way. Early Brisbane society was enlivened by its own aristocratic Lady Di; a gruesome murder started a dynasty; the Battle of Brisbane was hushed-up to maintain morale; and the local ‘Rat Pack’ played a rather different Joke. Prior to European settlement - as Meanjin - it was a busy meeting place for the many indigenous clans in the Moreton Bay region.< Less
Meanjin to Brisvegas: Snapshots of Brisbane's Journey from Colonial Backwater to New World City By John Tilston
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In just one generation Brisbane has grown from country town to vibrant modern metropolis. Yet it had a tough start. It used to be a blue collar town, struggling under the weight of its history. Prior... More > to European settlement, as Meanjin, it was a busy meeting place for the many indigenous clans in the Moreton Bay area. Almost 200 years ago Brisbane had an traumatic start as a penal settlement poorly run by veterans of the Napoleonic Wars. It became a new state with less support from London than any other colony in the British Empire. Almost a century later it was briefly the headquarters for the Pacific War, delighting and depressing its citizens in equal measure. Then it had to fight off corruption in high places before it realising its great potential. There was some intrigue along the way. Early Brisbane society was enlivened by its own aristocratic Lady Di; a gruesome murder started a dynasty; the Battle of Brisbane was hushed-up to maintain morale; and the local ‘Rat Pack’ played a rather nasty Joke.< Less
Casey A. By Michael Teas
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Casey is a giant child needing to growup and become what she truly is before humanity destroys its self.