Antonio Termine is superbly qualified to pen ‘My Journey with Mother Rosa’ as a writer of newspaper articles in his home town, a member of Queensland Writers Centre, Australian Society of Authors and a freelance Editor and Proofreader.
He has a Diploma of Professional Writing, Editing and Proofreading from the Australian College of Journalism, and a Certificate in Counseling from James Cook University.
After retiring from the Printing trade and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) as a qualified commercial printer, he became heavily involved with Volunteering in Policing for the district in which he lives. His primary duties include victim support and crime prevention strategies relating to safety audits on premises. Antonio is the youngest son of Rosa and Giovabattista, and has lived close by the family home for most of his life. His colorful and exciting experiences represent a broad deal of knowledge that he brings to bear on the writing of this creative nonfiction. He currently resides with his wife alongside the old house his father Giovabattista built out of local timbers. A public park behind the house was erected by the Council as a memory to the hard pioneering work endured by Giovabattista and the family. A sign in the park proudly displays: 'Giovabattista (John) Termine Park.’
This member has not published any books.