South Australian authors
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.
Teddy is missing, where could he be? Let your imagination run wild as you explore the world with Teddy.
A collection of emotive poetry encapsulating life, loss, and love.
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.
Gordon Hughes, A blind Violinist, loses his sight in his mid-teens due to a tragic accident. After his loss of sight Gordon experiences disappointment, hardship, romance and eventually gains successes and wisdom from the multiple characters he meets and works with along the way.
This is the story of the people who established Mount Stuart Station in 1880 on barren land near Tibooburra in northwestern NSW. Working tirelessly through times of drought and isolation, the Thomson family established a successful sheep station that remained in the same family for 126 years.
Terence is back to Townsville after his adventurous trip to Africa! Terence in Townsville introduces a number of new characters like Tiara the gorgeous girl turkey, Gregory the German grasshopper, Mr Pink Longneck the fat flamingo relief teacher, and Bread and Bun Baker, the terrible emu twins.
What did you dream of as a child? Are you living that dream? If not, do you feel enslaved in a seemingly automated cycle of self-denial and confusion? Gift yourself the opportunity to discover your truth and dare to reclaim your personal hopes, dreams, and life purpose.
The Fox and The Rabbit is a story about two friends who live next each other, and treat each other nicely. One day when there is a famine, Rabbit does something that makes Fox and her cubs unhappy. What will Fox do? What will happen to Rabbit?
A nuanced love story about a woman’s determination to strive for a better world, despite obstacles and setbacks, political inertia and betrayal.
Drawn via a bizarre and compelling dream to the small capital of South Australia, Ethan Farrell, Hollywood’s latest superstar, and exceedingly sort-after bachelor, encounters a young woman unlike any he has ever come across.
And so begins an unexpected new obsession.
A Book of Verse for the heart and soul.
Thought Leadership proposes how we can break down the layers of dominance that are entrenched in society and become aware of the invisible net that surrounds and controls us throughout every moment of our life. When we do this, we have the best chance of creating a more equitable society, community, family, generation, and individual life
The brutal murder of an Adelaide man has Detective Jane Anderson scrambling. What will she be willing to risk to find the killer?
Are you ready to identify and shed those self limiting core beliefs so you can become the person you want to be; not the person you were programmed to be?
‘The information in this book changed my life.’
Love (or at the very least, desire) always finds a way, right? The true stories in this collection reflect our basic human need to connect with others…
A friend suggested that I should blog.
My initial response was, “meh”. I am not a writer.
That being said, she was right and I was wrong.
So, I’m just going to blog my simple, daily thoughts as I walk this life out and maybe…
somehow… I might inspire someone.
A choose-your-own-adventure prose, poetry and imagery journey from inside the mind of a bipolar-disordered human. One critic said it was like Alice in Wonderland on Lithium; psychedelic yet ordinary.
The first book on this famous club since 1986, Flags, Spoons and Knives is a unique look at the West Adelaide Football Club, celebrating its rich history and its wonderful players.
South Australians are lucky. They have not only a temperate climate but a government, developed from the principles of the Enlightenment, which encourages innovation and social progress. The lead South Australians have given the world in agriculture, science and social advancement can, in part, be attributed to the women and men described in this volume.