Non Fiction

If you enjoy reading and Non Fiction is your preferred genre, we have the best collection of unpublished Non Fiction novels available, published just as the author intended

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  • Spirit Club

    Donna Young 16th June, 2021

    Mediumship Uncovered

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  • Ancestral Voices : The Rose of Tasmania

    Karen Darby 20th May, 2021

    ANCESTRAL VOICES presents the stories of two twentieth century Tasmanian women through the lens of their own writing introduced and edited with illustrative material (photographs and sketches) by the contemporary voice of their granddaughter and daughter, respectively. The Rose of Tasmania was the name given to Katie Jennings, one of the first ABC women broadcasters,…

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  • The Rose of Tasmania

    Karen Darby 7th May, 2021

    The Rose of Tasmania was the name given to Katie Jennings, one of the first ABC women broadcasters, by one of her radio fans. Katie contributed to the National Womens Session which went to air twice weekly from Hobart between the years 1945 and 1948. Whenever you come on the air, I throw a rose…

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  • Three Simple Steps

    Ashleigh Littlewood 3rd December, 2020

    If I want to have beautiful skin like the woman in the kitchen. I must cleanse, tone, moisturise.

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  • these ragged old bones-book one

    joanne oneill 26th November, 2020

    my writing is about redemption and death. i have stories of lovers and observations of the world around me. i love reading and writing about the depths of darkness and what might lie beyond. sometimes my writing is reaching the surface of what seems an endless struggle to reach the light. it is about the…

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  • The Boring Job Project

    Anne Novek 22nd November, 2020

    How I found job satisfaction by doing more outside of work

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  • Frazer Glazia

    Donna Young 18th November, 2020

    Many people know Australia, but they dont know about Fraser Glazia, the land of dreams and magic. It is the last city of fairies.

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  • We Were All At Sea

    Mark Bruhwiller 13th November, 2020

    This covid-19 Virus has allowed me to finally sit down and finish what I started a few years ago, so hopefully you will allow me to submit my story to you at this time. I am a 68-year-old Veteran and have been working on this project for several years, culminating in my participation into abuse…

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  • Condemn not my Children

    Kevin Coory 13th November, 2020

    Two sisters, Dorina, a devout bride of Christ and Selena, the abused child of their incestuous father, Alfredo, give birth to sons. Each is unaware of others plight, as the deviant priest responsible for the insidious betrayal of the sisters is protected by the church. Dorina chooses to keep her child and is forced to…

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