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  • Catherine Bateson

    Catherine Bateson is a poet and writer for young adults and younger readers. She lives in Belgrave with the Accountant, a golden lab, a wide assortment of tropical fish and whichever children have moved back home.

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  • The Red Queen Launch

    The Red Queen Launch website was the information portal and ticket, book and drinks purchasing website for the launch of the 7th and final Obernewtyn Chronicles book, The Red Queen. It took place on 12th December, 2015.

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  • Brisbane YogaSpace

    Yoga is a holistic practise that helps affect and balance our body, mind and spirit. In our classes you will learn more effective breathing techniques, yoga postures for increased flexibility and strength as well as relaxation and mindfulness for mind and heart.

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  • Empowered Futures

    Empowered Futures is the vision of parents and professionals Brett & Carolyn Swann, who have combined their experience with their own personal journey of caring for their daughter Lucy to establish Queensland’s newest and one of its most exciting disability providers.

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  • AAAO-Engineering

    AAAO-Engineering is the website for the Brisbane-based contract engineering organisation.

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  • ICE Group

    ICE Group is a complete Design House that specialise in unique creative endeavours and prototypes.

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  • EBook Revolution

    EBook Revolution is the web blog of writer Emily Craven, specifically tailored for her book e-Book Revolution: The Ultimate Path to e-Book Success.

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  • Liliana Stafford

    Liliana Stafford is the website of the Perth-based author, illustrator and abstract artist. Writing, painting, drawing and wire work are her life; she is a communicator and stories and art are Liliana’s medium.

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  • The Slipstream

    Webblog of acclaimed Australian author Isobelle Carmody. Slipstream falls between speculative fiction and mainstream fiction. While some slipstream novels employ elements of science fiction or fantasy, not all do.

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