What if education, success, marriage, kids and health weren't the answers to happiness we're sold? What if you could find your own path?
In this sparkling romantic comedy, a journalist tampers with her magazine's horoscopes and sets in motion an unpredictable, hilarious ripple effect. . .
Internet sensation Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, discusses his life, social justice, and religion.
Sample 5 amazing cupcake recipes, served with love in Sandie Docker's heart-warming novel, The Kookaburra Creek Cafe.
When Byzantine pearls are loaned to the British Museum in 1963, it sets off a frenzied hunt for a Nazi.
More than 100 mood-boosting, quick and nutritious recipes for surviving the school years.
An indispensable reference guide to the heart by Australia's favourite relationship advisor Zoe Foster Blake.
In this third instalment of the Crimson Lake series, publicly-hated Ted & Amanda face some old and new challenges when a young boy goes missing from a hotel room.
A young woman is pulled from the life she has always known when a rich, older, sophisticated, politician steals her heart.
A fascinating look at the vital inter-dependencies between we humans and all aspects of the natural world.
Outside the house one day Marina encounters Constance, a young refugee from Rwanda, and her toddler, Gabriel. Unmoored and devastated, they quickly come to depend on her.
Comedian Billy Connolly returns to the country of his birth and upbringing, acknowledging what went before and reliving the journey that made him the man we know and love to laugh along with today.
Author Paul Ham will be in Adelaide on 8 November to speak about his new book, New Jerusalem, but we caught up with him from his home in Paris before he began his book tour.
In 1814, a French armada set sail for New South Wales. The armada’s mission was the invasion of Sydney, and its inspiration and its fate were interwoven with one of history’s greatest love stories.
Nine-year-old Samuel begins to suspect foul play when he wakes one morning to be told by his housekeeper that his Mother had to go away on an overseas trip without any prior warning or saying goodbye.
An ambitious young cop suspects there's more to random, horrific murders in her small town and stumbles upon the first known a serial killer whose M.O. is constantly changing . . .
Päntsdrunk is a refreshing take on the personal-development genre. Fresh out of Finland, it encourages drinking at home, alone, in your underwear.
The memoir of a rescue dog who takes on the role of foster-brother-extraordinaire to love and help pups with an unfortunate start to the world.
An insightful and inspiring book about generations of men in the same family who shared the dedication, courage, toughness and desire to make it in the AFL.
This is a collection of 11 short stories set on, by, or near the sea, using it as a metaphor for dark and light; showing the reader the ever changing moods of the sea as it comes to represent freshness, renewal, and the search for freedom, as well as loss and danger.