George. A Salib
George was born and raised in Lebanon where he served with the Lebanese Air force before migrating to Australia, where he worked as an aircraft mechanical engineer. He then moved on to various trades before establishing a printing and bookshop in Sydney Road, Brunswick. He translated ten children's storybooks into Arabic, published his own magazine for five years and wrote a collection of poems.
As retirement age was advancing, George began to search for a pastime hobby and with the encouragement of his family; he set into motion a journey into the world of writing and publishing.
Within the first twelve months, George completed his first novel and called it Station Pier. Family and friends read the book enthusiastically and gave such positive feedback that George was inspired to take his idea one-step further. He went on to establish Cedar Books - book supplier and retailer - to publish and promote his books and encourage others to do the same.
George Salib has over forty years' experience in various fields. In 2010, he was inspired to establish cedarbooks.com.au as a publishing initiative to retail his books online.
He is proudly Australian with a blend of Lebanese heritage.
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Only the Dead Have No Dreams
by George. A Salib
A rumour of a massacre in Gerard's hometown takes him on a dangerous journey, wavering between fantasy and reality. He takes risks and walks a thin line that lands him in jail in a nation controlled by warlords, where there are no rules, no justice, except what you can afford to buy.
by George. A Salib
Kamal and his wife Zahra are dreamers willing to take risks in pursuit of a better life for their family.
They have set their sights on Australia, the lucky country and the most sought after destination for anyone seeking health, wealth and happiness. However, after disembarking at Station Pier, their enthusiasm alo
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