Predators' Paradise: A Journey of Survival and Resilience


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Moshpit Publishing
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6.0 X 9.0 X 1.12 inches | 0.02 pounds

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About the Author

Glen Fisher, despite a horrific childhood, has fought many demons to become the writer of this true story that addresses many issues surrounding children of dysfunctional families and how the system can get it so wrong. Glen expresses himself through this book and also through art and poetry. His motivation for his various arts is to give hope and inspiration where there may be none. Today Glen is a proud dad and granddad, and advocate for Forgotten Australians.
Kate Shayler began her career as a writer with her biography The Long Way Home which went to the best sellers list almost immediately. This was followed by the well-received sequel A Tuesday Thing. In 2011 Kate released a compilation of stories from other residents of Burnside Children's Home in Sydney. This went on to become the winner of the 2012 Global Ebook Award for Biography. Not long after this Kate was asked to help a Forgotten Australian, Ray Leary, to write his story and she thought, "Why not?" The harrowing yet inspiring story, A Beautiful Boy, was the result. Ray then asked Kate to help Glen Fisher with his story. Kate hesitated but when she heard that Glen had been working on his book for thirty years, she agreed to help. Glen's story, Predators' Paradise, is once again a difficult story that inspires. The books that Kate has written or helped with show a hidden side of Sydney.