These books have had an exciting journey and some achievements are listed below.
Echoes from the Wild West Coast of Tasmania is the third book which was launched in 2012. These stories were taken from the Copeland family diaries and yarns by the Rev Frederick Copeland who administered to the West Coast miners and their families from 1894 - 1901. Included are many fascinating stories and photographs.
Tasmania - an Island far away, launched in 2010, is biographical and migrant orientated. Research turned up many fascinating Tasmanians. This book is available from the author and leading book sellers.
Echoes on the Mountain (2006) was her first book written from interviews with European refugees who arrived at the HEC construction sites in the Central Highlands between 1949 and 1956.
Marilyn's books have been lodged at Polish libraries in Australia, the Lithuanian Museum of Culture in Chicago, The Immigration Centre in Melbourne, The Italian Association of Victoria, Migrant Resource Centres in Tasmania, Hydro Tasmania and historical groups. Stories have also been translated for the Braille Library in Tasmania.