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Sunday 27 May 2018

First public event for the new book People of the Boot The Triumphs and Tragedy of Australian Jews in Sport, at St Kilda Shule, St Kilda, Victoria.

7.30 pm

Jews have made a unique and profound contribution to the Australian sporting landscape. Among them: world champions, rugby internationals, AFL premiership winners, test cricketers, Olympic medallists and countless administrators who have kept major clubs and codes afloat. Yet their part in the onfield and off-field narrative of Australian sport has been left unwritten. Until now.

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People of the Boot

Thursday 31 May 2018

Melbourne launch of People of the Boot The Triumphs and Tragedy of Australian Jews in Sport.

From 6:30pm for book purchases and signing, drinks and canapés

7:00pm book launched by David Grace QC, former President of Athletics Australia, followed by conversations with editors, contributors and special guests.

The book tells the remarkable and unheralded stories of how an ethnic community forged their own distinct path in Australian sport. It draws together some of Australia's brightest journalists, sport writers, editors, researchers and broadcasters to offer fresh insights into a remarkable tale of multicultural success.

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People of the Boot

Saturday 16 June 2018

Join author Rebecca Fraser and IFWG Publishing Australia for the launch of Curtis Creed and the Lore of the Ocean in the Moorooduc Function Room at Mornington Library, VIC.

2:00pm – 3:30pm.

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Curtis Creed and the Lore of the Ocean

Friday 29 June 2018

Official book launch of Karen West's Living Voice is being held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba, NSW. Mr Maurice Cooper OAM will MC the night.

6-30 pm - 8-30 pm.

Stephanie Conner is sixteen when she learns that her mother is in urgent need of a heart transplant. The waiting triggers a chain of events that threatens her sanity, the love of her boyfriend and her friendship with her best friend. Richard, a computer geek, sets out to help her by developing an interactive social media website for teens, to create organ donation awareness that might lead to Steph's mother receiving a heart transplant before her heart fails altogether.

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Living Voice

Sunday 5 August 2018

So Far, So Good author Antony Funnell will be at the Byron Writers Festival .

The Serious Business of Writing Humour
9.00 - 10.00
Venue: Southern Cross University Marquee

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So Far, So Good

Forthcoming Events for Carolyn Pethick, author of To Hell and Back - A Policewoman's Story

To Hell and Back is a memoir detailing one policewoman's trials and tribulations working within the ranks of the Victorian Police Force from the early 1980's to the present day. Despite numerous instances of harassment, false accusations and character assassinations, the member still manages to maintain her sanity and perform her policing duties to the best of her ability. Ultimately, this is a story about one person's struggle to say and do the right thing, to follow procedure, no matter what the eventual cost to herself or her career.

23 May 2018 Bentleigh Probus Club 6 June 2018 Gladstone Park Combined Probus
12 June 2018 Templestowe Probus 13 June 2018 Ricketts Point Probus
25 June 2018 Islander Day Club 4 July 2018 Parktone Probus Club

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To Hell and Back

Forthcoming Events for Leonie Johnson, author of Intruder

Emily Moore, an everyday housewife with a loving husband and family, until one day an unexpected encounter with an intruder turns her life on its head. Was it a chance brush with fate, or did she fit his criteria? Emily unintentionally finds herself thrust into the limelight as a resilient and powerful role model for abuse victims. She continues to be an empowered strong role model as she attempts to reclaim her life and lost years as a mother.

"Leonie Johnson gets you thinking about the abuser and the abused and how they deal with manipulation and emotional hurt. Set in the suburbs of Melbourne, this new author's portrayal of love, sex and abuse is very intimate, brutal and compelling, making you jump right into the scene." - Marie Pietersz, Editor.

17 & 18 May 2018 Evening chats - Daly Waters Pub, NT

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Forthcoming Events for Norah Breekveldt, author of Me and My Mentor

How important is mentoring in accelerating my career success and helping me realise my potential? Why are men more likely to have mentors than women? How do I proactively pursue a mentoring relationship? What is more effective - formal mentoring programs or informal mentoring relationships? Me and My Mentor explores these and other questions mentors and mentees face in their working life.

Wednesday 6 June 2018 Speaking at CEDA in Adelaide

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Me and My Mentor
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