Born to publicans in 1950 in rural England, Paul A Draper had an idyllic life along with other children of the village who were allowed to roam free without the constraints or concerns of modern-day life.
After leaving school at 18 years and being employed by an international mining company; the wider world beckoned.
Australia was the chosen destination where he travelled the length and breadth of that enormous land with the burgeoning oil and gas industry.
He got married in 1971 to Janis, they have two daughters.
He now lives in semi-retirement in the beautiful Hamlet of Campbells Creek, Australia.
We all have a “moral compass”, learned either from parents, religious leaders, school teachers or peers. It is basically a set of rules we live our life by. Some of us are unwavering in our direction, others are more liberal in the interpretation of their core values.This book attempts to explor...