A many stranded story that moves through the seductions of the neon city to the claims made by the great Australian outback. It touches on survivor-guilt, obsessive love and attitudes toward possession. It shows the influence that landscape has on everything we do. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to order the book.
CRY ME A RIVER is a strong collection of thirty stories dealing with the eternal issues of life, death, lies and love, all the frailties and passions that shape our lives. The character-driven stories offer generous accessibility much in the manner of the great Alice Munro. Contact: email@example.com to order the book.
Do you drag yourself out of bed each day? Have you lost your mojo or oomph? Is fatigue ruining your life? Or is abundant energy a dream of the past? Could hormonal problems, viral infections, degenerative disease of a simple nutrient problem be to blame? A staggering twenty percent of people who visit health clinics complain about fatigue. “Burning the candle at both ends” is a natural cause of fatigue, but you are constantly tired you need to investigate “why”. Although normally due to nutrient deficiency, [read more...]
Metabolic Syndrome is an insidious disorder that is at epidemic levels. It feeds the biggest killers of modern society including Type 2 diabetes, cancer, heart disease and contributes to other life changing disorders such as infertility, sleep apnoea and Alzheimer’s disease. Fortunately with changes to eating habits and lifestyle along with specific nutritional and herbal supplements, this disorder is easily corrected. How to Stop Metabolic Syndrome Naturally shares the secrets to correcting this disorder. Vivienne [read more...]
Hypothyroidism is a destructive disorder that affects a large number of our population, but especially the ageing female. Hypothyroidism is frequently undiagnosed even though it can be the cause of multiple common health problems. Depression, cholesterol problems, muscle aches and pains, excess weight, fatigue and many other health problems can be due to undiagnosed and thus untreated low thyroid function. “Is hypothyroidism a problem in pregnancy? What came first the weight gain or the thyroid problem? What [read more...]
Are you plagued with the discomfort and embarrassment of candida, thrush or yeast overgrowth? Have you tried different treatments but don’t seem able to get rid of it? Have you found pessaries and drugs ineffective? In her natural health clinic, Vivienne Savill has treated hundreds of patients with this persistent condition and has found out what does and doesn’t work. When the body is weakened it becomes susceptible to candida so an effective treatment must address the underlying nutrient deficiencies and lifestyle [read more...]
The Eternal Search for God takes the reader on a guided tour of the belief systems practiced by the majority of mankind. Focusing on enlightenment rather than dogma, the book begins with the earliest known belief system, passing through examples of ancient mythology to religions created in the 20th Century. Selectively interwoven into the text are relevant facts about our world and our place in the great scheme of things. Also included are profiles of thinkers whose influence altered established doctrines of belief [read more...]
In her book “Just Like That! How to Get Anything You Want”, author Janet Poole seeks to explain to readers the one key to having an extraordinary life and after acquiring this key, readers will not only be able to help themselves, but help others as well. Poole believes she has solved our existential mystery here on Earth, and explains that the inner workings of life come down to one single key fact: that we, as humans, create what we think. After reading this book Poole hopes readers will have a better understanding of [read more...]
In his endeavour of fighting metastatic prostate cancer after he was diagnosed with the condition, Munir Haidar has succeeded in identifying a package of options and measures which cancer patients should consider and use if they want to have an upper hand over the disease. While most of these options have been around for so long now, the author, helped by his own experience, has been able to assert their importance and clarify their natures. When the author signifies positive attitude in the process of fighting cancer, he seems [read more...]
Two women, two wars : the migrant, Ruth, is a vibrant Israeli writer who grew up amid gunfire and grenades, while her new friend, Barbara, lives and paints quietly in her quiet Australian city with her husband, the musician Heath. Ruth enters their orbit just as Barbie’s surging resentment erupts. She withdraws marital sex; waging her own war on a life she sees as subservient and controlled. Ruth is drawn in to fill the growing rift, but sociable lunches and cosy picnics falter and ugly secrets rip open the bonds of [read more...]