Real passion

What is copyright and how does it apply to me?

Copyright is a type of intellectual property right. It protects a creative work from unauthorised or unlicensed reproduction by giving the owner the exclusive rights of ownership. If someone duplicates your protected work without permission, you have legal recourse to have it removed or seek recompense.

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Think by Matt Church and Peter Cook

Think

Think is the idea that sits as the backbone to what Thought Leaders do. The Pink Sheet Process. For the last few decades Thought Leaders have been helping great thinkers

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Harry Highpants

Who wears high pants? Harry Highpants does! And no one had better tell Harry to wear his pants at ‘normal height’. He can wear his pants however he likes! A

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Battlefields & Homefires

When discussing or reminiscing about conflicts, people often overlook the devastating lasting impact on people and countries. In Battlefields & Homefires: untold stories members of the Stroud Writers and local

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Coping with Grief after Suicide

A compassionate and practical book, Coping with Grief after Suicide provides straightforward guidelines for understanding and managing grief after suicide. Based on Dianne McKissock’s personal experience and her professional experience

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The Art of Living

Some years ago, and based on many years of working with people in numerous places and settings, An van Leer designed a 7-week intensive program for people who want to

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Picking up Threads

Picking up Threads is the story of Doris O’Donnell. She is just ten years old when her beloved mother, Felise, dies suddenly from an aggressive brain tumour. Growing up in

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Waveman

Waveman by Rob Redenbach is the true story of a modern-day ‘ronin’, the Japanese word for a soldier tossed by the waves of fortune.  This book offers insights into leadership

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Finding Issachar

Paul Zanardo’s book, Finding Issachar,  is a sojourn looking at the life of Issachar and his kinsmen and how, in our day, we can become people of wisdom and believable,

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Loyalty

While some employers wing it, or try to manage a staff member quitting only after it happens, Loyalty, Zoe Routh’s third book, helps you establish the long-term strategies and approaches

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The Sales Master

World-renowned sales person, Frank Woodward has written this book for all sales people – the beginners, the experienced, and those who have fallen by the wayside. Frank says, “My passion

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Adam’s Blunder

In his latest book, Adam’s Blunder, Graeme Schultz writes how Adam handed to us a broken version of God’s original design of humankind where our spirit and soul ended up as two

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Empowered for Life

It’s been a long time coming and has had some major structural text changes on the way, but Anthony Muyt’s book, Empowered for Life, has now been completed. Anthony’s extensive

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Persuasive Writing

Literary Giants were so impressed with the speed and quality of the first book we printed for them, they’ve come back with their new title, Persuasive Writing. This book has

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The Flight of Prorentals

This new title we produced for the Real Estate Academy, The Flight of Prorentals, tells the history of Andrew Reece and James Chalmers who began building their Queensland-based property management business, prorentals,

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The Girl from Waiuta

Also completed and delivered in time for the launch was Marion Mikkelsen’s book The Girl from Waiuta. Told with honesty, rawness and humour, Marion’s book tells the tale of a

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The Tudor Lover

Ray Southall has been an oft returning author, publishing a small volume of wildly varying subjects and content for family and friends on a yearly basis. Ray’s latest book is

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Hardwired to Christ

Graeme Schultz has been writing devotional blog posts for some time and decided to gather 366 devotions together for his latest book, Hardwired to Christ. Graeme went through a challenging

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Abbeywood

Abbeywood, Ann Stiepcic’s sizeable novel, features Eve La Beste, who was returning home to prepare for a Writers’ Retreat to be held for a week in her B&B home of

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The Wrong Hit

Streetwise Michael—known as Clicker to those in the know—has never had much more than a little spare change from selling drugs around the neighbourhood. What with his father’s low-wage job

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The path I travelled

This is the latest book we have completed – Olga Gardiner’s The path I travelled, a personal memoir. Olga was born during the uneasy peace that followed World War 1. Pneumonic plague

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