Meditations in Orange by JG MONTGOMERY [paperback]


From searching for snowboarders in Kosciuszko, to the 2003 Canberra fires, the tragic mud strewn fields of Grantham, and the aftermath of Cyclone Yasi, Meditations in Orange is a personal, entertaining and often poignant recount of (the author’s) experiences as one of the often undervalued contributors to the essential work of Australia’s emergency service organisations.¬†Meditations in Orange includes 16 pages of colour photographs and is available in paperback form.

JG Montgomery is a forty something year old public servant. He was born in Cornwall in the UK, the son of an Australian Air Force officer, and has lived in an amazing number of places as well as attended an incredible amount of schools.

He is a bass player, vocalist and song writer in a mod pop originals band and served in both the Australian Army Reserve and Australian Air Force Reserve. He has university degrees in cultural heritage and teaching and was once a cricket coach. On his days off he is a State Emergency Service volunteer.

He lives in Canberra, Australia with his partner Kirsten, two cats, a small fat dog, six ducks and a lot of goldfish.

He is currently working on a number of new children’s books, another book on the supernatural and cryptozoology, a novel about his youth as well as an autobiographical account of his experiences in the State Emergency Services.

34 in stock

SKU: ISBN 978-0-9925061-0-0

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 1 x 15.2 x 23.4 cm


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