After years of violence and abuse, Emma finally broke free. How did this fresh start affect her and the children? The years that followed were fraught with struggle and hardship and more abuse, although not for Emma.
Self medicating mental health is the illness that you cannot see all our souls have meaning to feel productive to feel safe and needed.
In these recollections, the author captures the charm and innocence of her rural childhood. The memoir has a fresh and witty voice. It provides the reader with an engaging snapshot of the resourcefulness, stoicism and pragmatism of Australian farmers.
Dive deeply into this feast of fine food, photographs and folk tales by The Stranded Chef living in one the most remote communities in the world—World Heritage listed Lord Howe Island—where he forages for mushrooms and free-dives for crayfish.
In her memoir ‘Living with Epilepsy’ Nicole explores the challenges and obstacles she faced because of the disorder.
All I had was a few seconds to think of something, anything. Perhaps a distraction of some kind…
“Unbreakable”: On their honeymoon in remote Northern India, Steve and Terri’s lives would be forever changed when their tour vehicle collides with an oncoming bus. “Fork in the Road”: Putting the pieces of lives torn apart back together is a challenge that will test Steve and Terri well beyond the accident that forever changed them.
These reminiscences are bookended by the 2021 recollections of my wife Jo and myself, who count ourselves fortunate to be based in Adelaide, one of the world’s safest and most liveable cities.
A droll memoir of an eventful life.
The story of a great man, sportsman and philanthropist: Alister John “Fizzle” Forsyth, 23rd January 1938 – 16 November 2019
Family history. An account of Greek immigration.
Joyce Musgrove was born in Leongatha in 1929. From the time she was little, she had the responsibility of looking after her siblings while her parents were out.
She just wanted to be a MOTHER.
Author Simon Allar’s two titles: “Plan G” is the blueprint to discover God’s plan and purpose for your life. “George” tells the life story of George T Tilston, who experienced his fair share of trouble and sorrow in his first threescore and ten years: two world wars, a great depression and a deep recession to name a few.
The family were so excited about having a pet lamb to look after. But life on the farm got pretty interesting for the whole family, as Tiny grew… and grew… and grew!
Over Tina’s life she experienced child sexual abuse, domestic violence and rape. She has never seen herself as a victim, Tina is a survivor and has always kept searching for a better life.
Deborah left Wayne after eighteen years of his violence, taking their children with her. She thought they were now free from abuse. Not so. This is the sequel to Whose Life Is It Anyway? Recognising and Surviving Domestic Violence.
Set on the beaches that stretch along the far north-eastern reaches of Tasmania, ‘Until The End’ is a story of the bond between two brothers that has been forged on family separation.
From Congo to Australia (and everywhere in between) comes a testimony of God’s everlasting love, grace and guardianship.
Experience the high and lows of a mother and daughter’s dementia journey, from diagnosis to aged care. In a world where nearly every person I meet knows someone or has a loved one with dementia, this book has been written from first hand experience to provide insights and lessons learned into the world of dementia.
Based on the first thirteen years of Figg’s life, The Battle Within is an evocative collection of memories. Reflecting on the events that shaped her, Figg produces immersive moments-in-time, balancing the innocence and lightheartedness of a child with the harshness of society.