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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…
Joe Bugner: Well some people just don’t know when to quit which seems to be why the man has had a career that has had its highs and lows, has spanned decades and taken him from a boxing “super star’, losing his World Heavy Weight title to ‘Ali’ in 1975,…
When David Menasche was given days, maybe weeks or possibly even a year to live, it was not what he wanted to hear. He did not want to be told his life as he knew and enjoyed it was all but over, finished, final, the end. This could simply not…
When Normie Rowe finally decided to tell his story it was a choice of what bits do I tell? Should it be a tell-all tale or something with a bit more grit to it; the real story of what goes into the making of a career at the top of…
A true story from the memoirs of an inspiring man. The author, Stephen Jin-Nom Lee was born in the village of Dai Waan in Zhongshan, near Guangzhou (formerly Canton), China in 1902.  This is Stephen’s story to his children; his legacy; his everlasting love. Stephen died in 1970, leaving behind…
Funny, completely irreverent, intimate  and “in your face”, take a walk in Michelle Lee’s life: be prepared to be fascinated, fed-up, annoyed and  informed, particularly in the reflective “letters to myself” segments which show remarkable insight into what the future came to hold and is for playwright and author Michelle…
The most extraordinary tales of heroic feats and mateship come out of every conflict and none more so than the heart-warming, astonishing tale of Horrie and his mates, the men of the Signals group of the 2nd AIF 1st Machine Gun Battalion, known as the "Rebels", stationed in North Africa…
When Germaine Greer was sixty two she bought a forest: she was not sure why she bought a forest other than she did, because at the time there did not seem to be any alternative. The forest is located at the place called Cave Creek, 102 kilometres from Coolangatta and…
The face of Kings Cross is changing: gone is the character that once made The Cross what it was, gone is the infamous Pink Pussy Cat Club, with many of the once famous eateries and pubs changed almost beyond recognition, or being replaced with small cafés, bars and restaurants. It…
There’s not a lot of sex in this book but there are a lot of lies which makes for more than interesting reading on one of the most, shall we say “colourful” families this world has seen in modern times. There others who have graced the limelight such as the…
A young Alexandra immigrated with her family to Australia from Greece for a better life. Like all immigrant children, Alexandra and her brother grew up adopting the language and culture of their new country.  Their parents though, maintained most of the old ways.  This caused constant conflict between them all.
Delia Ephron has offered us a raw and deeply personal look into some of the many deciding moments that have gone into making up the person she now knows as Delia Ephron, person, not Delia Ephron someone or others sister, daughter, lover, friend. Funny, often irreverent, reflective, cathartic and so…
There is just one word that sums up this memoir by Sophie Fontanel and that is LIBERATING – Just simply that – Liberating in the fullest and ripest sense of the word. It is a spicy, funny, reflective, sad and intelligent look at making choices that so many find difficult…
An interesting read into the life of a professional swimmer.  The hardships, challenges and sheer strength of will required. This biography takes you along with Ian in his battle to return to the pool after 4 years of retirement, with the possibility of representing Australia once again on the Olympic…

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Hard Times is a true and ingenious travel tale all the better for having been hidden in box for more than 50 years. Written by Jack Mercer over many years the details of his journey are as fresh as if they happened yesterday, not more than 100 years ago. The…
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