Chris O’Byrne began his career as a chemical engineer. Years later, he became an entrepreneur, building a publishing company from the ground up. Dissatisfied with the outdated traditional publishing model, Chris designed JETLAUNCH to help business people, speakers, and other professionals create books and other high-quality information products that can establish them as top experts in their field, as well as generating leads. Over the years, he’s worked with a number of well-known experts (such as, Charlie Gilkey, author of The Small Business Lifecycle), helping them to successfully self-publish and market their books.
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German Raiders of the South Seas
by Robin Bromby
Approx. 59,770 words.
Published on October 19, 2013 by
A remarkable story of how three German naval raiders disrupted British shipping across large swathes of the Indian and Pacific oceans between 1914 and 1917: the buccaneering crew of the Emden casting a shadow of fear over an ocean and even audaciously shelling Madras; the Wolf which, undetected, laid mines around South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, then kidnapped a merchant freighter;
Australian Railways: Their Life and Times
by Robin Bromby
Approx. 55,580 words.
Published on September 26, 2013 by
The nightmare of three different gauges, the daunting challenge of building railways across vast open spaces often with no water supplies, the follies of railway lines that were rarely used—all this is the saga of Australian railways, the sheer hard work and suffering of those who gave their life in service to the railways.
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