Horizon Publishing Group
As publishing a book of any genre in Australia as around the world became problematic for most authors due to the increase of manuscripts rejections by almost all publishing houses, the idea of creating a publishing house that will never reject a high quality manuscript, subject to some terms, conditions, and Manuscript Submission Guidelines was born.
The idea was born with the aim of enhancing literary heritage conservation, cross-cultural understanding, bridging the communication gaps between different cultures, creating a wealth of literary works, for generations to come. Thus, our group of Authors, Editors, Proofreaders, Marketers, specialized Lawyers, Translators, Administrators and Managers, created and materialized by the end of 2006 what is now known as:
Horizon Publishing Group
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The Adventures of Seaborne Morse
by Chris Ward
When the going gets tough, you can count on Seaborne Morse. He has a plan for every situation and always has the last word, even when the plan fails, which is not often. He finds the funny side to everything and he just keeps on having the weirdest adventures. No wonder he needs all those escape plans!
Mad Dad for Sale
by Teena Raffa-Mulligan
LUKE McAlister’s dad has lost his temper once too often.
A crazy plan to sell him for $500 works, Dad is taken away in a van and Luke’s troubles are over – until Mum finds out.
The Pandemic Plan
by T. L. Oakman
What would you do if an influenza pandemic arrived on your doorstep? ... How would you find enough food when the supermarkets are empty? How could you pay your bills when you lose your job because your workplace shuts down? Will you be able to get medical attention when the hospitals are overflowing? Would you and your family survive?
by Barry H. Young
An extraordinary, vivid, haunting and stunning novel magnificently crafted taking you into a time of tragic American history that molded a nation out of exploration and discovery, wanton carnage, savagery, courage and bloodshed.
by Fraser Beath McEwing
cafe is told by Ed Sharock, a burnt-out advertising copywriter who will lose his job unless he comes up with a winning brand for an American pet-food company.
Although Ed is elated when he hits the jackpot, he is dismayed to find the miraculous products are sold only through network marketing, which he detests.
But the attraction of huge incomes suck Ed and his friend Sid into giving it a try.
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