Life... moments.. thoughts... feelings
Life... moments.. thoughts... feelings
An uncensored collection of my dreams, as I first recalled them, as best I could tell them.
Here are a hundred tales, as accurate as memory allows, that together paint my eighty-five years. All are self-contained and with minimum overlap. If you spent you formative years in UK, were a National Serviceman, a "Ten Pound Pom", a student, a forest fire researcher; a husband, father and grand father; an Orienteer and a writer,...
Just some weird or funny things that have happened to me.
A memoir about pop culture, pop music, feminism and feelings. ‘Brodie is whip smart; merging pop-culture references with vulnerable, personal experiences to create a collection that reads like a hilarious catch-up call with an old friend.’ - Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson Published by Hachette Australia.
"On 13th October my father killed my mother". And so begins this extraordinarily moving and powerful memoir of an Australian family. Spanning three generations of a rural Queensland farming family, 'The Long Goodbye' is an unforgettable story of love and loss. Shortlisted for Australia's National Biography Award. This is an extract...
'Good Muslim Boy' published by Hardie Grant Books, tells the story of Osamah Sami’s journey from Iran during the Iraq war to the suburbs of Australia and his quest to fit into his new life whilst trying to stay a good Muslim boy. In turns comic and tragic, Osamah’s story explores the universal truths of growing up, falling in love,...
'Walking Towards Ourselves' is a collection of candid and intimate essays, from some of Indian's most talented female writers, exploring what it means to be a woman in India today. This is the foreword and introduction to give you a taste of the book, published by Hardie Grant Books.
'This, then, is no apologia for the wasted, waxy years. It’s just one surfer’s story, one life of brine.' This is a taste from the start of surfing legend Phil Jarratt’s memoir. We’ve loved reading his stories collected over a lifetime of surfing and intimacy with the ocean. If you enjoy it as much as we have, buy the book(!) and...
I have around 6 short and weird life stories about things that have happened online and and in real life
We love this book and Brigid's fearless and funny adventuring through the mega wellness industry. She hunts out what works and what's just expensive hype...fasting, hot yoga, colonics, silent meditation retreats, health farms - what is the secret to being clean, lean and serene? Published by Nero in Australia.
About the person behind the screen and her character JellySama.
A record of nocturnal meanderings and places my mind visited while my body slept.
Ruby's life is boring. The usual teenager life like any other kid. But when her mum has to do rush out of the flat to run some errands, Ruby looks after her three younger siblings. At first she wished she didn't have to, but it seems, it isn't that bad after all.
A set of experiences sharing the same story space; all true
My Thoughts on the sims!
Please don't read this. This is not for the typical readers' eyes. This is for me.
A girl who realizes she has depression but does not want to realize it then she waits until the next year to find out she has it
A story of self by somebody who doesn't really know herself, for those who may or may not be in the same boat. About when fantasy and reality mix, life in the "real world" when that happens, and learning to live with it all.
An autobiography, true in its self, how I was in a childhood lock of drugs and pain, loneliness and anguish to joining the army as a young man, allowing all of myself to be written in a form that is my spoken word. A journey that destroyed the people I love and regained and rebuilt the love and respect needed to carry on and write this...