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Stories to share with My Partner: Book 3

J F Nodar

Enjoy 39 stories each under four (4) minutes to read and share them with your partner! 

New release available at www.jfnodar.com.au

An anthology of stories can be a fun thing or a scary one. Deciding what goes into an anthology can be daunting.

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Out of the Blue

Margaret Zanardo 

#189 Pocket Poets series, Ginninderra Press, South Australia, 2022.

Life has never been so unpredictable as it is now: like ocean waves—unrelenting, vast and ferocious, yet sometimes also strangely beautiful. These poems reflect the confronting times we are living in. But still our daily life continues,

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Borrowed Riches

Julie Thorndyke

Amelia Fielden, poet and translator, wrote: “Borrowed Riches is an apt title for this fine collection of 100 short lyrics composed by an experienced and skilful poet. With her deft usage of the traditional Japanese tanka form, Julie Thorndyke presents to the reader a range of thoroughly modern,

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Crystal

Judy Parkinson    

Four couples set out on a self-drive three-day river cruise. Brett and Crystal, both in relationships with other partners, discover a deep attraction for each other. This does not go unnoticed, and anger and resentment begin to simmer between the friends. On the last day of the trip,

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To Origins and Back

Greg Tome

Book of poetry: “…a rich meditation on what it means to be human. In this collection, Greg Tome ruminates on the universal and the personal: the tug of kith and kin, the scars of the past, and the seasons that ebb and flow around us and inside us.

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Nuggets of Gold

LAMBING FLAT YOUNG FAW

Nuggets of Gold is an anthology containing the first prizewinning short stories and poems over past years of the Lambing Flat Young Branch annual writing competition from 1982 to the present. It also includes a history of the branch with photographs and material from branch archives.

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The Painted Man

Susan Bowen

A gripping new thriller in the Jessie Connor crime series.

What dark secrets lie behind the murder of Desmond Locke? Was his death a simple act of revenge or does it go much deeper?

When local artist,

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Missing in Red

Judy Parkinson

Detective Sergeant Luke Ellington gains fame and acclaim for his heroism in the capture and conviction of sadistic serial killer, Clarence Campbell. He is subsequently assigned to find beautiful Elise Seymour, daughter of politician, David Seymour. Senior Constable Sarah Brogden is appointed his ‘side kick’.

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Orisons: Soulful Reflections

Kim P Sami

Layout and editing by Barbie Robinson; Illustrations and cover by Dee Copeland.

An Orison is a prayer or plea to a deity. This comes from a Latin word meaning to speak, and it means to speak to God. (www.vocabulary.com).

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Books, Pens & Larceny

J F Nodar

If you were about to lose your business, what would you do?

This is Danny Monk’s dilemma as he realises how hard it is to make ends meet in the book and office supply retail business. That is, until his friend,

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Stories to Share with My Partner: Book 1

J F Nodar

The author says, ‘Stories to Share with My Partner Book 1” is a compilation of short stories and poems written in 2018 and 2019, when I started writing for the first time. The only point of the stories is to try,

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Stories to Share with My Partner: Book 2

J F Nodar

The author says, ‘Stories to Share with My Partner Book 2 is my second compilation of short stories and poems written in 2019 and 2020. The main reason for publishing these stories and poems is to again try, and I mean try, to make you smile and laugh at the outlandish storylines and to bring you a few minutes of fun.

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The Climb Back: Poems for Ted

Pip Griffin

“Poignant, sensual, spiritual, sorrowful, and funny, Pip Griffin’s latest poetry collection encompasses a life richly lived. This book is a hymn to New Zealand, Pip’s homeland, and a celebration of its landscape, wildlife and the Maori language. But even above this, it is a memorial to Ted,

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Snippets from a Long Life

Shirley Goodbar

Beautiful, funny or enigmatic, Snippets is a collection of the author’s favourite stories, verse, and short writings with which she has recorded observations, imaginations, and loved memories from nine decades. 

Some entries are entirely true, some are pure fiction, and many are a mixture—sort of “what if…”

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Virginia & Katherine: The Secret Diaries

Poems by Pip Griffin

Paperback, September 2021

“… K & I had our relationship, & never again shall I have one like it”—Virginia Woolf, October 1924. 

In January 1923, Virginia Woolf noted in her diary that Katherine Mansfield had promised two years earlier to send her diary to her.

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Olive Muriel Pink: Her radical and idealistic life

A poetic journey 
Colleen Keating 

An Australian women’s story that after you have read it you will want your friends to do the same. 

“It is a triumph for reconciliation and will surely enter the annals of Australian literature.” – Emeritus Professor Lyndall Ryan AM FAHA.

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