What if you never have a baby? Will you live a perfectly fulfilled life or will you regret it?
This book explores the lives of ten everyday women ranging in age, profession, relationship status and upbringing that either by choice or circumstance have one thing in common, they have not given birth. This is a must read book for any woman faced with the life-altering question – will I have a baby? Read More »
The View From the Clouds John Hunt
The View From The Clouds is a testament to one man’s love for all things horses, given free reign through the arcane pursuit of race broadcasting.
Hunt’s ability to romanticise the deeds of the nation’s greatest equines, particularly in harness racing, elicited a great public affection as he brought to life the triumphs, tragedies and humour woven into the fabric of this highly emotional sport. Read More »
Lentil as Anything
Shanaka Fernando Lentil as Anything strips back the labels that have been slapped onto Shanaka’s media-built poster boy persona and gives us an insight into some of the experiences that have shaped the man he has become. Read More »
Jane, an Australian mother of three, was raped by a U.S. Navy sailor in Yokosuka, Japan. After reporting the rape, Ms Fisher was detained in the local police station without medical attention or support of any kind, and was subjected to over 12 hours of interrogation. Read More »
Taking the Drop Taking the Drop is the life-affirming story of four women who took up surfing in their forties, broke away from their existing daily routines and steered their lives into new directions. Their love of the ocean broadens their horizons, teaches them lessons of skill and survival, allows them time for reflection and shows them that change and loss make way for growth, renewal and peace. Read More »
Freedom, Democracy + Accountability
Bede Harris A Vision for a New Australian Constitution
In a time of increasing voter dissatisfaction with how government is conducted in Australia, this book explains how our Constitution works, and why it is in need of reform. Foreword by the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG. Read More »
How can you be attracted to a guy who just said he wants to kill you? Ara-Rose asks herself the same question. She's been torn away from her old life, thrown into a new one in a new country, and in the midst of death, heartache and depression, she finds herself in love with a vampire--one who kills people with his teeth! Read More »
Three years after surviving the London bombings, Jordan Kennedy's life is still in pieces. His fifteen-year-old sister, Amy Kennedy, was killed in the blasts, and ever since Jordan has struggled to deal with the loss. However, one evening Jordan receives a puzzling letter from Australia. It is an urgent plea for help, signed by his dead sister Amy. Desperate for a miracle, Jordan embarks on a journey to find the truth. Read More
Bruce L. Russell
Set in Sydney’s Royal National Park, Reunion is both a sombre mystery and an uplifting love story from Hungerford Award winning writer Bruce Russell, with ‘an easy style, a talent for dialogue and an eye that dissects social mores with unassuming clarity’. Read More »
Why Shouldn't I Call My Son Clint?
David Hocking Over 15,000 books sold so far!
Using secret sounds of names as a predictor of personality. Like a tiny piece of personalised music, each of us has a name that, like all sounds, evokes some small and subconscious response from those we meet. Read More »
Kate Toon & Will Pearce
Small friends can make big allies. Wobbly Jim is the tale of a pirate with a wooden leg and a taste for dolphin wee. His is a story of triumph over adversity, friendship, loyalty and adventure. Read More »
Kelly Theobald & Paul Nash
Deep in the Australian outback, in a town called Birdsville, Onslo the blue Volkswagen Beetle dreams of adventures in the beautiful Simpson Desert. Read More »
A Windy Autumn Day
Paul Williams & Allison Cratchley
A windy autumn day proved to be the perfect day for kite flying. What happened to Claudia and Diesel’s kite? Would they ever be ready for another kite flying adventure?Read More »
Matt Lumb & Kiara Mucci
Hope carries her heavy backpack to school every day. What does she have in there? What makes her strong? What will she do now that Jetpack Day has arrived?. Read More »
The Della Morte family, steampunk inventors, set out on a journey from England to Melbourne in the Antipodes in 1888 in their flailing ship Invention. What they expected to be an uneventful trip turns out to be anything but. This is a book for anyone who loves adventure and intrigue set in a steampunk world very different from our own. Read More »
My Daddys Got Tattoos
My Daddy’s Got Tattoos is the children’s book for the offspring of the inked.
The story explores family relationships through a child’s imagination, revealing that everybody looks funny to somebody. It is perfect for anybody who feels different or loves somebody who is. Read More »
Accounting Practices Don't Add Up!
What your clients want is an accounting firm that looks to the future and provides them with timely advice on what they should be doing now to improve their businesses and ultimately to help them achieve their financial and lifestyle goals. Read More »
James F. Coyle
If you were told that you could use your mind to influence a slot machine or dice fall....would you find this beyond belief? If you were told that you could use your mind in a telepathic manner to influence the thinking pattern of another individual or group of people...would you believe it? Read More »
A Balance of Self
Dr Winfried Sedhoff
A balanced life is something we all yearn for, but it can only be honestly achieved through a balance of self. This important book gently and sensitively guides us towards our inner self and shows us step by step how we can rescue, resuscitate and nurture our real identity back to health. Read More »
I, Cott Dog
"It's funny, and quite fascinating" - SCOOP Magazine. Snapshot of life in Cottesloe, Western Australia, as told almost exclusively through the eyes of its dogs (and their owners). Read More »
Jinkers & Whims
Jack Bradshaw Jinkers and Whims traces the development of the methods and machines used to harvest the forests of Western Australia over the last 150 years, from first settlement to the present day, from horse and steam power to modern mechanical harvesters. Read More »
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