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When Thea Hayes accepted a nursing position on Wave Hill Station in the Northern Territory, she did so reluctantly; all the while hoping someone else might come along and accept the job. They didn’t and after her first day as nurse, hostess and housekeeper on the second largest property in…

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When John Card turned thirty-something, he decided his life as he knew it was going down the gurgler, but what to do about it was the issue. He was tired of trying to hammer science into the heads of high school students who would rather be doing something else, living…
In this wonderfully warm memoir you feel as though you and your friend Kate are sitting chatting, discussing the finer things of life such as the garden, life in general and pro’s and con’s of growing older. Using the medium of her much loved garden she offers to all the…
It’s a fact: most of us will grow older and in doing so look back upon years and times spent, emotions discovered, felt and explored and wonder what the years to come will bring. How we will cope with growing older and how we are going to manage days, months…
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…
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…
The Artist's Way for Parents, the sequel to The Artist's Way, is a useful resource for parents with children from newborn to twelve years old. Its aim is to help parents develop their child's creativity.
Sue Halpern and her dog Pransky found themselves at one of those points in life where some serious life reassessment was required. Sue was facing the ‘empty nest’ syndrome; this coupled with her husband traveling overseas more often in his work. Pransky was just plain bored and looking for ways…
Ah! Philosophy it’s an engrossing subject areas and none more so than when it relates to We, Us, the human race and how we choose to think or in this case moralise and manage to put all this moralising into the modern way of life. Consider! Some say we have…
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…
Angela Goode takes us on a journey of hope, despair, laughter and love as she gently introduces us to life on the land, a life both enriching and challenging, as she looks back over more than 30 years of learning to become a farmer’s wife, woman of the land and…
Anne Crawford, born again horse rider, has presented a wonderful collection of Australians and their love of horses, painting a picture of horses and people who have survived incredible odds, come through the best and worst life has to offer together and built a rapport that can only be achieved…
Simply This celebrates the return of the original, one of, unique creation that can be made to show off that cushion cover, table runner or tote bag with thirty ways to create something original for you, your friends and families to use without costing a lot of money. There is…
Beer – the drink of the Gods or so some say, forget about the entire wine thing and just focus on beer. What an excuse to  get stuck into enjoying a beer as you attempt to work your way through the various selections, breweries and styles, tastes and flavours hidden…
The mastermind behind this collection of the vivid and creative images in this definitive work has done a remarkable job in the selection of the diverse and spectacular works that grace the pages. The pieces are simply stunning. Beautifully presented, each piece of work comes with a detailed biography of…
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