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Billed as the secret history of the royals this is a deep and fascinating look into the accessorial history or genealogical trail, if you like, for today’s modern royal family.

Fine detail backed by many years of research and collaboration have gone into tracing whether King Arthur and the town of Camelot really existed or whether it is a myth perpetuated down over the centuries to become one of the world’s most romantic tragedies.

In a moment of complete impulsiveness, some may even say madness, Trudi-Ann Tierney agreed to go to Afghanistan to help out a friend of a mate who had just taken on an job as head of production for the country’s largest and most successful television broadcaster. LIttle did she know just what she had agreed to undertake, Kabul style.

Who do you believe when you mother rings you to say your father is trying to get her committed and he is not to be trusted. He is telling lies and she is not mad, she is the one who is being wronged.

Then your father rings to tell you that if your mother rings you should not believe what she has to say as she is ill; she has been imagining things and these things are so very, very wrong.

Monday, 31 March 2014 04:17

Karen McCartney

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Karen McCartney has a wealth of experience in the areas of art, design and style, spanning 20 years and several continents. After gaining an honours degree in the History of Art and English from University College, London, Karen’s first job was on British magazine Art Monthly. She has written for, among other titles, British Elle Decoration and The Financial Times. In Australia, Karen edited Marie Claire Lifestyle before becoming founding editor of interiors magazine Inside Out. She is now Group Editorial Director at News Magazines and has written two books on the subject of Australian residential architecture. Bio courtesy Murdoch Books

Released to compliment an exhibition of Iconic Australian Houses at the Museum of Sydney in April this collection of some of the best domestic architecture to come out of the post war years is available in book format for all to enjoy. For those who are aficionados of Grand Designs or similar, budding architects, or simply have a love of good design this is a collection which should be taken seriously

When George Foss started College he fell in love with the girl of his dreams, sexy, intelligent, the all-round American girl, Liana. They just clicked.

She left for the break and died! Or did she?

When Barry Eaton writes it is very definitely worth the read and in No Goodbyes he elaborates further on the information he shared in his first book ’Afterlife’.

He has divided this book up into specific areas that relate directly to what comes next and what does happen once you leave this very ‘mortal coil’ through the medium of some very powerful, insightful and enjoyable characters who have definitely left us and are now enjoying their time of sharing the next step.

At last we have it, the lazy man’s guide to Astronomy presenting all the very necessary details about the night sky, places and spaces beyond, which go to make up perhaps one of the still largely unchartered areas of our universe as we know it today, all in 30 seconds if that is what you require.

Encompassed within the pages of this comprehensive look at the night skies, black holes, clouds and stars is a layman’s guide to uncovering so many areas of mystery that surround the earth.

Thought provoking and challenging this is a book about You; Yes you, human person. It is a book about who you are and where you come from: how you have evolved and how you connect to the animal kingdom, more particularly the Apes. While there are many issues raised they are debunked with strong research making this a definitive work on Us, the people of the human race.

It’s birthday time for the young one and the issue of what type of birthday cake can I have Mum, has been on open discussion for some time. Don’t despair as there is an easy, or relatively easy, way out for those who delight in creating that special cake for the special day.

Billed as the secret history of the royals this is a deep and fascinating look into the accessorial history or genealogical trail, if you like, for today’s modern royal family.

Fine detail backed by many years of research and collaboration have gone into tracing whether King Arthur and the town of Camelot really existed or whether it is a myth perpetuated down over the centuries to become one of the world’s most romantic tragedies.

In a moment of complete impulsiveness, some may even say madness, Trudi-Ann Tierney agreed to go to Afghanistan to help out a friend of a mate who had just taken on an job as head of production for the country’s largest and most successful television broadcaster. LIttle did she know just what she had agreed to undertake, Kabul style.

Who do you believe when you mother rings you to say your father is trying to get her committed and he is not to be trusted. He is telling lies and she is not mad, she is the one who is being wronged.

Then your father rings to tell you that if your mother rings you should not believe what she has to say as she is ill; she has been imagining things and these things are so very, very wrong.

Monday, 31 March 2014 04:17

Karen McCartney

Written by

Karen McCartney has a wealth of experience in the areas of art, design and style, spanning 20 years and several continents. After gaining an honours degree in the History of Art and English from University College, London, Karen’s first job was on British magazine Art Monthly. She has written for, among other titles, British Elle Decoration and The Financial Times. In Australia, Karen edited Marie Claire Lifestyle before becoming founding editor of interiors magazine Inside Out. She is now Group Editorial Director at News Magazines and has written two books on the subject of Australian residential architecture. Bio courtesy Murdoch Books

Released to compliment an exhibition of Iconic Australian Houses at the Museum of Sydney in April this collection of some of the best domestic architecture to come out of the post war years is available in book format for all to enjoy. For those who are aficionados of Grand Designs or similar, budding architects, or simply have a love of good design this is a collection which should be taken seriously

When George Foss started College he fell in love with the girl of his dreams, sexy, intelligent, the all-round American girl, Liana. They just clicked.

She left for the break and died! Or did she?

When Barry Eaton writes it is very definitely worth the read and in No Goodbyes he elaborates further on the information he shared in his first book ’Afterlife’.

He has divided this book up into specific areas that relate directly to what comes next and what does happen once you leave this very ‘mortal coil’ through the medium of some very powerful, insightful and enjoyable characters who have definitely left us and are now enjoying their time of sharing the next step.

At last we have it, the lazy man’s guide to Astronomy presenting all the very necessary details about the night sky, places and spaces beyond, which go to make up perhaps one of the still largely unchartered areas of our universe as we know it today, all in 30 seconds if that is what you require.

Encompassed within the pages of this comprehensive look at the night skies, black holes, clouds and stars is a layman’s guide to uncovering so many areas of mystery that surround the earth.

Thought provoking and challenging this is a book about You; Yes you, human person. It is a book about who you are and where you come from: how you have evolved and how you connect to the animal kingdom, more particularly the Apes. While there are many issues raised they are debunked with strong research making this a definitive work on Us, the people of the human race.

It’s birthday time for the young one and the issue of what type of birthday cake can I have Mum, has been on open discussion for some time. Don’t despair as there is an easy, or relatively easy, way out for those who delight in creating that special cake for the special day.

Billed as the secret history of the royals this is a deep and fascinating look into the accessorial history or genealogical trail, if you like, for today’s modern royal family.

Fine detail backed by many years of research and collaboration have gone into tracing whether King Arthur and the town of Camelot really existed or whether it is a myth perpetuated down over the centuries to become one of the world’s most romantic tragedies.

In a moment of complete impulsiveness, some may even say madness, Trudi-Ann Tierney agreed to go to Afghanistan to help out a friend of a mate who had just taken on an job as head of production for the country’s largest and most successful television broadcaster. LIttle did she know just what she had agreed to undertake, Kabul style.

Who do you believe when you mother rings you to say your father is trying to get her committed and he is not to be trusted. He is telling lies and she is not mad, she is the one who is being wronged.

Then your father rings to tell you that if your mother rings you should not believe what she has to say as she is ill; she has been imagining things and these things are so very, very wrong.

Monday, 31 March 2014 04:17

Karen McCartney

Written by

Karen McCartney has a wealth of experience in the areas of art, design and style, spanning 20 years and several continents. After gaining an honours degree in the History of Art and English from University College, London, Karen’s first job was on British magazine Art Monthly. She has written for, among other titles, British Elle Decoration and The Financial Times. In Australia, Karen edited Marie Claire Lifestyle before becoming founding editor of interiors magazine Inside Out. She is now Group Editorial Director at News Magazines and has written two books on the subject of Australian residential architecture. Bio courtesy Murdoch Books

Released to compliment an exhibition of Iconic Australian Houses at the Museum of Sydney in April this collection of some of the best domestic architecture to come out of the post war years is available in book format for all to enjoy. For those who are aficionados of Grand Designs or similar, budding architects, or simply have a love of good design this is a collection which should be taken seriously

When George Foss started College he fell in love with the girl of his dreams, sexy, intelligent, the all-round American girl, Liana. They just clicked.

She left for the break and died! Or did she?

When Barry Eaton writes it is very definitely worth the read and in No Goodbyes he elaborates further on the information he shared in his first book ’Afterlife’.

He has divided this book up into specific areas that relate directly to what comes next and what does happen once you leave this very ‘mortal coil’ through the medium of some very powerful, insightful and enjoyable characters who have definitely left us and are now enjoying their time of sharing the next step.

At last we have it, the lazy man’s guide to Astronomy presenting all the very necessary details about the night sky, places and spaces beyond, which go to make up perhaps one of the still largely unchartered areas of our universe as we know it today, all in 30 seconds if that is what you require.

Encompassed within the pages of this comprehensive look at the night skies, black holes, clouds and stars is a layman’s guide to uncovering so many areas of mystery that surround the earth.

Thought provoking and challenging this is a book about You; Yes you, human person. It is a book about who you are and where you come from: how you have evolved and how you connect to the animal kingdom, more particularly the Apes. While there are many issues raised they are debunked with strong research making this a definitive work on Us, the people of the human race.

It’s birthday time for the young one and the issue of what type of birthday cake can I have Mum, has been on open discussion for some time. Don’t despair as there is an easy, or relatively easy, way out for those who delight in creating that special cake for the special day.

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