McAULIFFE, Emma

ISBN: 9781922722706
PAPERBACK, 156 pages

I’ll Give it One Week

Did you know that your
body is always talking
to you, and you have
the innate ability to
find freedom from pain
and suffering?

The messages are always there, we just don’t often pay attention to what they’re saying. When was the last time you sat silently and listened to what your body was really trying to tell you, before grasping for a pain killer or quick fix solution.

In her younger years Emma struggled with severe mental illness and was being treated for depression, anxiety, PTSD, panic attacks and suicidal ideation. Struggles so severe that Emma even attempted to end her own life. Then Emma’s life took an even more dramatic turn when she was diagnosed with a degenerative spinal condition which in addition to leaving her mostly bedridden with limited mobility, led to her suffering from chronic pain for much of her 20s.

I’ll Give it One Week! is a intimate account of Emma’s personal journey and also a step by step program that you can follow to kick-start a new journey too. This book and program is suitable and recommended for anyone wanting to make positive changes, go inward and work on themselves, to discover not only their true self but the limitless potential to self-heal.

Book author Emma McAuliffe

About the Author

Emma McAuliffe: Holistic Life Coach, healer, entrepreneur, author, blogger, speaker & advocate for mental and physical health awareness!

Emma is a certified NLP coach who specializes in narrative therapy and alternative techniques and has been supporting people all over the world to self heal. Emma’s work as a coach involves integrating personalized programs supporting the self healing journey of people awakening to the power they have within.

Emma’s unique approach integrates a number of healing modalities by using a systematic Life planning & organization system which she details in her complete 12 month self development program ‘Life House.’ This signature program helps women and men get back to basics, reassess their foundation and create the environment needed to heal the mind, body and soul from the inside out covering all areas.

Emma’s mission and vision is to help others transform their lives and be free of self-inflicted pain and suffering.

WOODBERRY, Lois

ISBN 978-1-922629-67-8
PAPERBACK

Introducing Sustainability: A guide to creating a better world

The climate is changing, the globe is warming, the fossils are fuelling — essentially, we’re on thin ice. But what can we do to help our planet, and consequentially, ourselves?

Introducing Sustainability is a guide to help answer that question.

We explore the principles of both environmental and social sustainability — covering issues such as climate change, biodiversity, and waste — and provide readers practical actions to start living more sustainable, environmentally-friendly lifestyles.

During this journey, we are reminded that our individual actions — when embraced as a collective — count. What is most important is getting started, and Introducing Sustainability was created to help you take that first step.

PORTER, Ben

Ten Clubs for 27 Years - The Golden Age of the SANFL by Ben Porter

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ISBN: TBD
PAPERBACK, 400 pages, over 1,000 rare photos, every club profiled, over 400 player profiles

10 Clubs for 27 Years – The Golden Age of the SANFL

10 Clubs for 27 Years–The Golden Age of the SANFL gives an insight into South Australia’s contribution to the much-loved sport.

In 1964 two new clubs joined the SANFL to make up ten suburban clubs–marking the start of the ‘Golden Age’ of football in this state. South Australians seriously love their Aussie Rules football and attended the five weekly matches in droves. If the weather was kind, it was common for over 40,000 supporters to turn up and soak up the atmosphere after a hard week. The SANFL Grand Final played in the spring was televised across the country and attracted 50,000 spectators. In fact, the 1976 classic between traditional rivals Sturt and Port Adelaide attracted an official crowd of 66,897. Many pundits indicated that around 80,000 were actually there, as the Police opened the gates and allowed spectators to sit on the grass!

This a must-read for all Australian footy enthusiasts.

Ben Porter, self-published author of 10 clubs for 27 years: the Golden Age of the SANFL

About the Author

With my dad playing in the SANFL from 1959-66, Australian Rules football dominated my young life. Growing up in the Adelaide Hills, I played for Belair Primary School and dreamt of one day gracing the big stage. A typical Saturday during the winter months of the 70s and 80s revolved around freezing cold mornings playing against Mt Lofty up at Heathfield with frostbitten fingers as we threw ourselves around in the slush. Then it would be a rush home for a hot shower, a hotter cup of hot chocolate and then off to either Prospect, Unley or Norwood oval to stand on the terrace and barrack for my beloved team–The Roosters. My first taste of the SANFL was in 1976 at the Glenelg oval sitting on the wooden steps of the public grandstand. By 1978 I was a regular, although my team finished last. By 1979 I was collecting the footy budgets, wearing a scarf and a duffle coat and collecting autographs after the game as the heroes who trudged off the field sweaty and covered in mud. The SANFL stood on its own and the suburban-based competition produced its greatest era between 1964-90. I wrote this book to pay homage to the men who graced the fields every Saturday to do battle in the hope of securing the Premiership.

 
 

HUTT STREET CENTRE

ISBN 978-1-922722-53-9
PAPERBACK

Haiku Poetry and Art Book

With your support A GOOD LIFE will continue to grow.

Bringing people together to build a community where everyone feels like they belong, promoting a community that shows kindness and respect through arts and culture, coffee and chats, the simple things in life.

About the Project

This Haiku poetry book is a collaborative project that has brought many people together to explore

“What is a good life for people over the age of 50?”

With the support from Office of Ageing Well SA Health, The Australian Centre for Social Innovations, Hutt St Centre, and Vintage Creative Therapies, we are fortunate A Good Life has become a place that brings people together, encouraging kindness and creating a space where older people feel they belong.

Community projects such as The Good Life Project wouldn’t be able to get off the ground without volunteers, our wonderful Theatre buddies Kay, Karolina, Meredith, Yimin and Alyce are fundamental to the project’s success. A special thanks to Alyce and Yimin for bringing an intergenerational aspect to the project, young people bring new mindsets and knowledge having great energy for a good life.

 

About the Hutt St Centre

Hutt St Centre is a place of connection and support, where people facing homelessness are empowered to rebuild their lives, rediscover their identities and reconnect with those who love them.

We walk alongside people on their journey toward homefulness—a word we use to describe the feeling of safety, control and confidence that comes with having a place to call home.

When people walk through our doors we help fulfil their immediate needs, like a shower, a meal, and a charged phone, while our 20+ visiting services provide support ranging from medical check-ups to financial counselling.

And with a focus on the future, we connect people with housing, education and employment opportunities to build the skills and confidence to change their circumstances for good.

 

HUNDAL, Ajay

ISBN 978-1-922722-94-2
PAPERBACK

ISBN 978-1-922722-64-5
EBOOK

English Grammar Book

A great resource for those needing a practical, concise and clear explanation of the principles and use of English Grammar.

The book is 145 pages divided into easy read chapters.

From the Author

I completed my “Masters in English” with “Awards Of College Colours” and “Roll Of Honour” in the sports field (professional boxer) and came to Australia on a scholarship in 2008. In Australia, I got the chance to meet people from all countries and do further English language research. This book is written after interviewing natives of many countries, having an English second language, and understanding the problems they face in the English language. This classical piece of work is an efficient tool for those who want to learn the basic logistics of the English language. It will significantly help to master skills in sentences building, formation, correct usage, and structure. In addition, it will work as a “One-Stop-Shop” for Grammarians.

It takes extensive time to complete this book due to my tight schedule and high volume of interviews from people worldwide. I spend lots of time (Ground Zero) at the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, and Flinders University (Australia) for my research work, even-thou I was never a student of these universities. Now that, despite voluminous odds, this book has happened, I have hopes and prayers regarding it.

I am fortunate that Navneet Kaur (Masters in English, Roll Of Honour Holder, functioned as strategic-Journalist in “The Tribune” Newspaper) scrutinize the manuscript and proposed expansions.

I am indebted to sharp-witted Advocate, Mr. Inderbir Singh S/O Mr. J.J Singh Hundal (Comdt.) for helpful thoughts and working on all legalities.

I wish to record my gratitude to my wife, Engr. Karamveer Kaur (M. tech), for help with graphics (pictures, tables). She was unstinted support at every corner with affection and analysis. It is reverential to admit that my father was the strongest pillar of support and guidance.

At last, I am obliged and fortunate that I got an opportunity to complete my research work (Masters) under the guidance of intellectuals like Professor, Mrs. Reetinder Joshi (Govt. College Ludhiana) and Prof. Kalia (Head of Dept. S.C.D.  Govt. College Ludhiana).

 

Ajaypal Singh Hundal, South Australia

 
 

CONTENTS

Preface 3
Contents 4
Nouns 9
Common Noun 9
Proper noun 10
Concrete noun 12
Abstract Noun 13
Collective Noun 14
Countable nouns 15
Uncountable Nouns 16
The Noun: Gender 18
Pronouns 19
Personal Pronouns 19
Reflexive Pronouns 20
Indefinite pronouns 21
Interrogative pronouns 22
Verbs 23
Action Verbs 23
State Verbs 23
Main Verb 24
Helping Verb or Auxillary Verb 24
Regular Verbs 25
Irregular verbs 25
SOME REGULAR VERBS 26
SOME IRREGULAR VERBS 27
Transitive verbs 29
Intransitive verbs 29
Phrases 30
Clauses 31
Independent clause 31
Dependent clause 32

Adjective clause 32
Adverb clause 33
Noun clause 33
Adjectives 34
Positive 34
Comparative 35
Superlative degree 36
Descriptive Adjectives 38
Qualitative Adjectives 38
Possessive Adjectives 39
Interrogative Adjectives 42
Distributive Adjectives 43
Articles 44
Definite Article 45
Indefinite Articles 46
Adverbs 48
Adverbs of Time 48
Adverbs of Manner 49
Adverbs of Place 49
Adverb of Degree 50
Adverb of Frequency 51
Prepositions 52
Prepositions of Time 53
Prepositions of Place/Direction 53
Prepositions of Agent or Things 54
Phrasal Prepositions 55
Conjunctions 57
Co-ordinating Conjunction 57

Subordinate Conjunctions 60
Correlative Conjunctions 63
The Interjection 66
Interjection 67
Sentences 69
Declarative Sentences 69
Imperative sentences 70
Exclamatory sentences 71
Interrogative sentences 72
Tenses 74
Past Indefinite Tense 74
Present Indefinite Tense 76
Future Indefinite Tense 78
Past Continuous Tense 79
Present Continuous Tense 81
Future Continuous Tense 84
Past Perfect Tense 85
Present Perfect Tense 87
Future Perfect Tense 89
Past Perfect Continuous Tense 91

Present Perfect Continuous Tense 92
Future Perfect Continuous Tense 94
Structure 94
16 Tenses with Formulas 96
Proverbs 97
Voice 103
Formation of Passive Verbs 110
Present Indefinite 110
Past Indefinite 112
Future Indefinite/Modal 114
Present Continuous 116
Past Continuous 118
Future Continuous 119
Present Perfect 120
Past Perfect 122
Future Perfect/Modal 124
Present Perfect Continuous 125
Past Perfect Continuous 125
Future Perfect Continuous 125
Imperatives 126
Voice chart 130
Narration 131
(Direct and Indirect) 131
Speech 131
Change of Pronouns 133
Change of Tense 134
Change of Sentence Form & Use of connectors 136
Appendix 144
Special Thanks 145

LINLEY, Carol

ISBN 978-1-922629-86-9
PAPERBACK

Tapestries of Time

Carol Linley with Margot J.

Luisa Kelly always believed in her Pa Angus’ foretelling that one day she would tell her story. He had implied during an extremely tough time in her life that there was a greater purpose to all Luisa was experiencing and that one day she would share it with the world. She patiently waited and waited for the right time and means. Once that opportunity arose, Luisa bravely embarked on an incredible journey.

Tapestries of Time is the product of her exploration. What has evolved is the narrative of an incredibly resilient woman reflecting on her life. Remarkable vulnerability is contained in Luisa’s recollections, inseparable from the courage exposed when extremely raw, deep and difficult emotions surfaced.
Yes, this book is about remembering and retelling. Yet the cumulative process has been purposeful in the coalescence of her transformation; in enabling Luisa to reflect, reveal and reclaim her heart’s truths, thereby rediscovering her true nature. Amidst the plethora of colours, images, emotions and situations offered, you will undoubtably find yourself somewhere in her tapestry picture.