Pregnancy is an exciting time. But it can be hard to cope with different advice from tender-hearted family and friends who want you to have a Healthy Pregnancy. Questions arise such as what is healthy to eat? Should I exercise and how? What life style should I have? What to believe in while pregnant? What about relaxation and maintaining good relationships? Are pre-pregnancy preparations important? This book is a deep exploration of the most important question “How to Be Healthy during Pregnancy?” And it shows you a way to [read more...]
Colour is a mystery to Tommy. He only sees the world in grey. One rainy day his wish to see colour comes true when he finds a magic paintbrush. His imagination runs wild as he colours the world around him. But Tommy upsets a few animals along the way. Tommy learns lessons about everything having its place and truly embracing who you are. Join Tommy on his magical colour adventure!
Rules will be broken… Sexual boundaries will be explored… But will the agreement forever bind? “Ryan placed his leather jacket around Emma’s shoulders as they stood on the pavement. Emma stood in silence, savouring the moment and the night she had just had with Ryan. But she knew once she told him she was still a virgin he would run for the hills. The goddess that Ryan had had in the corner not five minutes ago had gone; the girl inside Emma was back!” When Ryan and Emma meet, their love was something they had both hoped for, [read more...]
My cooking website The Cheeky wholesome mumma, is a place where I share recipes, video blogs and meal ideas. I have been getting such a great response that I decided I wanted to try and share more of these recipes, in a cookbook, for people to have in their own homes and pass down to their children. This cookbook is a guide to how get back to basics with cooking. Being a busy parent, I know how hard it is to get inspiration for meals and try to keep them as healthy as possible. Food is my love and my passion. I was taught how to [read more...]
"When Claude Tarba showed off a family heirloom in a crowded Arabian restaurant in Melbourne, that simple act of pride among friends didn’t go unnoticed. It set in motion a journey through the little known high mountain country of The Yemen; then on to the Italianate City of Asmara in the Ancient land of Eritrea and a hi-jacking, which landed him in Western Turkey. Eventually after a number of risky adventures that took him to the far southern reaches of Egypt, he found himself committed to a treasure quest which if proved successful [read more...]
My book 'Dirty Monsters' revolves around my character Bernie. He is a boy that refuses to clean his house until one day it comes alive with monsters made of dirty clothes, dishes, garbage and other mess that has not been cleaned for days. Bernie finds himself faced with the challenge of fighting the monsters with household cleaning products and saving the day.
Before first light, a watchman came to Datius. He rose instantly and with Ian climbed a hill and looked out across the water into the black western sky. His heart fell. There was a red glow in the northwest, barely visible in the pre-dawn blackness. "Isca" said the watchman. It grew brighter as they watched. It seemed to flicker. Westward there was another glow. ‘Caerdyf’ said the British civilian watchman. Lightning flickered beyond the western horizon. "Brecon" said the watchman. Within a quarter of an hour every headland and [read more...]
Living in the Shadows is a chilling tale about a violent, psychopathic criminal who spent ten years in Melbourne’s infamous underworld. This is the story of how a troubled young man defied all the odds to eventually become one of the most dangerous, bloodthirsty criminals society has ever seen. "Organised crime is often glamorised, but it isn't always fun and games. I have been shot at, bashed, knives pulled on me, guns pointed at my head and had contracts put out on my life. I've rubbed shoulders with some of the worst criminals [read more...]
Writing up literary reviews would be an agreeable pastime if not for the hundreds of man hours spent reading so many books. Seasoned (read aging) literary critic Michael B. has had enough of wading through oversized predictable novels and formulaic, impractical self-help books and so decides he’ll cut out the middle man, as it were, and write reviews sans books. Outstanding Fake Book Reviews showcases Michael’s best reviews of non-existent books in a collection that takes up where real novels and real reviews leave [read more...]