Our Latest Publications
Understanding Ourselves and Others by Dr Phil Jauncey
The title says it all. Understanding Ourselves and Others, a companion to his best-selling Managing Yourself and Others - secrets of successful management. One principle to start with: Take ownership of your actions and responsibility for their consequences. ISBN 978 1876344696
A Distant Dream - a pioneering saga by Pamela J. McGlinn
This is the story of two ordinary families who leave England midway in the 19th century to go 12,000 miles to begin a new life in Colonial Australia. Publication date Feb/March 2007 ISBN 1 876344 30 X
Bus Roots by Neil H. Kirk
Bus Roots is the story of a remarkable bus company, written by a remarkable man who spent a lifetime with the company which was based in Palmerston North and Feilding in New Zealand, but which served the entire country well since it was founded in 1920 - this is the story of Madge Motors.
Yow-ay Bungee by Gwen Burguez
The true story of the author's father, told as he related it to her and from diaries and other records. Written as though her father had been the author, Gwen Burguez has captured the language and experiences of life in the bush in south-east Queensland over the decades following the establishment of the Commonwealth of Australia.
(ISBN 1 876344 38 5)
Nineteenth Century Settlers by Allen J. W. Murray
A family history about the author's ancestors who migrated from Scotland, Ireland and England, their descendants and some of their relatives who settled in Queensland in the 1800s.
Waiting for My Breasts to Grow by Sue Shand
A humorous glimpse into the secret life of a girl's boarding school. Sue Shand shares the experiences of falling in love, first tongue kisses, school dances, and best of all the fight and pranks with the 'enemy', the teachers. Laugh and cry with Sue, as her memories trigger some of your own. ISBN 1 876344 40 7 To be launched by Sallyanne Atkinson AO (also a St Hilda's graduate) in Brisbane at a cocktail party 6 for 6.30 pm at Victoria Park Golf Club Ballroom Fri 27 October 2006. Please email email@example.com for an invitation.
Eye of the Camel - a British policeman in Palestine during WW II by Elizabeth Urbahn
After WW I, Palestine became a British Protectorate until the United Nations decided to partition the country and form the state of Israel in May 1948. From 1917 to 1948, British military forces were stationed in Palestine for peace-keeping purposes, but for most of that time the main task of civil policing fell to a specially created unit, the Palestine Police Force, that was established in July 1920. This is the story of a Palestine policeman during WW II. Although written as fiction, all incidents happened - the story is based on the life of the Author's father. To be released early 2007. Take advantage of our special pre-publication offer. Purchase now, and receive a $15 gift voucher towards any further order for books to the value of $40 or more from a fine range of books from CopyRight Publishing - pre-release gift voucher offer expires December 31 2006.
Within the Hollowed Halls of Learning - Reflections on 37 years by John B. Woolcock
A first-hand, incisive commentary on tertiary education, but written with the humour so well developed in a lifetime of communicating with high level students. ISBN 1 876344 48 2
Pathways to Adventure by W.B. Sandy Thomas
Compiled by Denis McLean and published by Dryden Press in New Zealand, the extraordinary life of Major General WB 'Sandy' Thomas, CB, DSO, MC and bar, ED, Silver Star (USA) is well documented in this book. New Zealand readers should source this through Dryden Press. ISBN 0-476-00611-2
The Orchid Beach Story - tales of Fraser Island and Hervey Bay by Reginald R. Barnewall
The Orchid Beach Story is printed on high quality matt art paper with numerous historical black and white and colour photographs. The story is one of determination, of achievement against the odds, of success - and of witness to obliteration of so much effort. But from that vision, other foundations were laid ... Over 300 pages of fascinating reading. Published December 2006.
Valuing our Heritage by Noel Adsett
Published to celebrate the Centenary of the construction of Saint Andrew's Uniting Church, Brisbane.
(ISBN 1 876344 36 9)
The Dick Family History by Paul Gorter
Family history of the descendants of John and Agnes Dick who migrated to Australia in 1840 and settled in Port Macquarie in 1841.
(ISBN 0 646447 54 8)
Gunning for the Enemy by Sid Taylor
Autobiography including World War II memoirs, of an ex RAF corporal.
The Brothers Keid by Cedric Hampson
World War I family memoirs.
(ISBN 1 876344 39 3)
Finding the Glory in Your Story by Bill Adams
A Narrative Way to Understand Your God, Yourself and The Journey of Faith
(ISBN 1 876344 37 7)
The Greeks in Queensland - a history from 1859-1945 by Denis A. Conomos
A detailed history of the Greeks in Queensland from the beginning of Statehood in 1859 to the end of the Second World War. A large number of the Greeks in Australia came from Greeks in New South Wales who again migrated north. This deals with the life in Greece, departure, voyage, arrival and experiences in Australia of the Greek migrants who settled in Queensland prior to 1946.
(ISBN 1 875401 97 0)
Meeting the Challenge by Edited by Gail Burke
Personal stories of Australian teachers in Papua New Guines Pre-Independence 1955-1975.
(ISBN 1 876344 42 3)
Understanding Personal and Economic Liberty by Ronald Kitching
Within these pages the reader will find inspiration to play a meaningful role in what is the ongoing battle between the individual and the omnipotent state. The book presents a comprehensive background as to how we inherited the personal and economic liberty we enjoy today, a liberty that is rapidly being lost.
(ISBN 1 876344 26 1)
Rain on a Hot Tin Roof by Peter James
Some of these stories have been published previously. Pastoral was published in an Australian Book Society collection, The Tracks We Travel; Dingo Baits and Pieces of Eight by Social Alternatives. Jed's Dream won the Warana Prize and Rain on a Hot Tin Roof won the Longreach Centenary Prize under the title Until the Rains; Saturday Night, Duaringa and The Enforcer were published in the author's Stories of Central Queensland.
(ISBN 1 876344 33 4)
I was a Rat - Tobruk 1941 by Rupert Goodman
The diary of a survivor of the WWII seige of Tobruk - 1941. The insult of the infamous Lord Haw Haw is now worn as a badge of honour. The Rats of Tobruk have another fine epitaph in this memoir.
(ISBN 1 876344 29 6)