Our Sisterhood raises awareness and develops a personal understanding of the positive impact being a confident young woman can make on her future success. Our Sisterhood believes in ‘Girls with a dream become women with a vision.’
Chris Ryan was born in 1961 in a village near Newcastle. In 1984 he joined the SAS. During his ten years in the Regiment, he was involved in overt and covert operations and was also Sniper team commander of the anti-terrorist team.
Joyce Cary is a classical author from the early 20th Century. Born in Derry, Northern Ireland Joyce published over 20 novels with To Be a Pilgrim being published in 1942. A contemporary of George Orwell, Joyce's work drew some critical acclaim but had mixed commercial success. Dogged by ill health in his later years his work leave a legacy of dark tales during dramatic changes in the period surrounding the Second World War.
Each chapter of DAD will take you on a journey; you will be immersed in that dad’s world. Underlying each of the dad’s stories is a persistent and driving force of love, defiance, humility and strength to be the best fathers they can be for their families. Our call to action is for more open conversations, like the ones you are about to read in DAD.
The Rams Skull Press is the oldest privately owned publishing house in Australia, and the exclusive publishers of books by Ron Edwards OAM in Australia.
Poignant, powerful and searingly emotional, AnneMarie Brear stands shoulder to shoulder with the finest works by some of the genre’s greatest writers such as Catherine Cookson, Audrey Howard and Rosamunde Pilcher.
Another medieval blockbuster from the best selling author Griff Hosker. The third title in the Lord Edward's Archer series. Fast-paced action and wonderful historical detail during a time of religious conflict and upheaval! A great read for the fans.
'Fascinating and provocative'. LoveReading 'A powerful addition to the long canon of prison literature.' The Irish Independent HMP Bronzefield, the UK's largest women's prison: notorious for bent screws and drugs: But what's the truth behind the headlines? Forced into signing an NDA when she arrived there on remand, former public schoolgirl Sophie risked extra time on her sentence by documenting her experiences of life inside.