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  • Back of Beyond
    Back of Beyond When Hugh Tindall a was a lad he lived out in the backblocks of Queensland, in the Diamantina river country on a  collective of land, known then as a poor man’s selection, which was nothing but hard work to get it to produce anything. This is his and his families story of making the best out of every circumstance and reflecting back on a time in Australia's history that is no longer.
  • See You Tomorrow
    See You Tomorrow Billed as a majestic page turner as well as intense, riotous and funny it is hard to see where this image comes from as it is more than intense, it is seriously dark! Perhaps it if you enjoy a novel of the moment that, to use a phrase ‘is in your face’ shoving life at you from all angles, you will find something in the pages that resonates with you.
  • An hour with Qaisra Shahraz - a talk
    An hour with Qaisra Shahraz - a talk In an incisive hour spent with bestselling author Qaisra Shahraz at the Flinders University recently she gave her small but interested audience an in-depth look into what makes a bestselling author and how she creates her characters and plot. Read more on this interesting hour with an internationally published Author in Authors.
  • Last Days of the Bus Club
    Last Days of the Bus Club This is the fourth book of the Trilogy, “Driving over Lemons”. It is a wonderful, warm, humorous story of an English couple who have bought a rugged farm between a river and the mountains of Grenada in Spain. Their daughter Chloe was born there, and many happy and hard-working days have passed.  Chris is the early morning riser, who gets up, makes Chloe her lunch and drives her to the Bus stop to meet the School Bus.  Here he meets his neighbours, Bernardo and Jesus, who kiss their children and see them safely off to school.  It is at this Bus stop, information is exchanged, and help is offered or sought.
  • Mr Chicken Lands on London
    Mr Chicken Lands on London Mr Chicken is off on another one of his adventures when he decides to grab his camera and head off to see the sights of London, his favourite city in the entire world. He finishes his breakfast, and flies off to London as only Mr Chicken can do, splash landing in the Themes, close to the Savoy Hotel where he always stays when he is in London.
  • Fatty O’Leary’s Dinner Party
    Fatty O’Leary’s Dinner Party Fatty O’Leary, aka Cornelius Patrick O’Leary had earned his nickname as a child and was known to all about as a good, kind man always ready to forgive those who did not like him or did an unkindness to others. As many an Irishman born and raised in the States he had always had a hankering to return to the ‘old country’.  As a significant birthday was due his equally rotund wife decided they would travel to Ireland to see and experience firsthand the delights and traditions of his heritage.
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