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Pets on Holiday – Book Release

Pets on Holiday answers questions all travel-loving pet owners have — where can I take my pet on holiday, and what can I do with them once I’m there? As most senior Australians know,  it can be difficult to find pet-friendly places to enjoy a holiday in Australia. Pets on Holiday is the ultimate curated guide to Australia’s

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WIN – Songs of a War Boy book

Songs of a War Boy book

Win Songs of a War Boy book. Deng Adut’s family were farmers in South Sudan when a brutal civil war altered his life forever. At the age most Australian children are starting school, Deng was conscripted into the Sudan People’s Liberation Army. He began a harsh, brutal, relentless military training that saw this young boy

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Father’s Day reads

As Father’s Day approaches and Christmas speeds towards us as well, we have a look at some books for our male readers. Whether he loves beer, getting immersed in a bikie tale, a spot of history or a light-hearted read, there’s sure to be something here that will inform, entertain and inspire. The Outlaw and

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Book Club: From Moon Landings To Gene Discovery

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Have you ever wondered if the human toll of the Titanic’s sinking could have been less? Ever thought about the life of an astronaut? Do you question why people still get married in churches? These questions, among many more, are both asked and answered in the latest titles to hit the shelves. All are available

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The Books To Read Before They’re In Cinemas

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To write a book and have it picked up and adapted to the silver screen by the big wigs in Hollywood – that, surely, is the dream of many hopeful writers and even established authors the world over. As an audience, we benefit too – we’re set to see an increasing number of original tales

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The Books To Read Before They're In Cinemas

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To write a book and have it picked up and adapted to the silver screen by the big wigs in Hollywood – that, surely, is the dream of many hopeful writers and even established authors the world over. As an audience, we benefit too – we’re set to see an increasing number of original tales

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Fiction To Get You Through The Heat

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With all those extra hours of daylight, summer is the perfect time to shed a little natural light on the pages of the latest reads. Here are a few brand-spankin’ new fictitious titles, pages still warm off the press, for you to get lost in. All are available in most leading book stores or online.

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2014 Summer Book Club – The Pick of Summer

With summer a great time to enjoy the balmy weather with a great read, Sophie Blackshaw uncovers a collection of books across many genres including history, adventure,how-to and design. All are available in most leading bookstores. Discover the Power of Living Raw – Nicky Arthur Health and vitality expert Nicky Arthur’s latest book Discover the Power

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Retro TV Takes Us Back to the Early Days of

What did we do before the age of television? It certainly changed lives over night. Author Ian Collis is reminding us all about the best of TV in the 50s, 60s and 70s in his new book, Retro TV Variety shows, quiz shows, dramas, sitcoms, western ‘horse operas’ and cop classics are featured along with essential

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Richard Flanagan wins 2014 Man Booker Prize for Fiction

Australian author Richard Flanagan has been announced as the winner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize for Fiction for The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Flanagan, who was born in Tasmania, is the third Australian to win the coveted prize, alongside Thomas Kenneally (Schindler’s Ark, 1982) and Peter Carey (Oscar & Lucinda, 1988 and The True History

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