A spiritual alternative to all the business bibles that dominate the market, combining the ancient wisdom of yoga with contemporary business practice in a blend of mindfulness, spirituality and entrepreneurial action.
Author Sam Bond
Detective Harriet Blue is on the opposite side of the law, hunting a serial killer but this time she intends no mercy. Harry, a good cop gone really bad and is determined to be the one who pulls the trigger.
This follow-up to bestselling novel The Dark Lake is an urban police drama set in the grittiness of Melbourne’s inner city, where Detective Sergeant Gemma Woodstock has made some tough personal choices that see her story relocated from the rural setting of Smithson.
Armed only with her instincts and some scant personal information from a brief encounter, frustrated journalist Sarah Burrows jets off to Europe with her ex’s best mate in search of a missing person. But to get the story, they’ll have to learn to navigate Europe and their tricky personal circumstances.
A nameless protagonist returns to work after a workplace accident, detached and alienated from everyone. When he finds a woman asleep in his driveway one night, he offers her a lift home which turns into a road trip where all is not as it seems.
Marty McBubble is a bubble-ologist. He knows all about the chemical construction of bubbles and in The Scientific Bubble Show, he presents the basic science in a way that is perfect for young children.
In this sequel to ‘Crimson Lake’, Ted Conkaffey and Amanda Pharrell return to face the irate father of the girl Conkaffey was accused of killing, while Pharrell must also investigate the murder of two young adults in a Cairns pub.
Glam Adelaide caught up with Adelaide mum and author Clare Connelly whose risque novel ‘Off Limits’ is launching a new Mills & Boon range of steamy stories with the woman in charge.
The Adelaide Fringe Comedy Gala was a great way to kick off the 2018 Fringe season. Supporting the Captain Courageous Foundation, this annual benefit gala featured a stellar line-up of local, national and international comedians, all performing tasters of their main show.
Jamie Callan promises to deliver the secrets of the famous je ne sais quoi, which she postulates comes from a sense of personal beauty, confidence, uniqueness, and style.
On Friday 19 January, the star-studded walkway overlooking the River Torrens and connecting Adelaide Festival Centre venues was launched to the world, featuring more than 130 names.
Many will know the story of Buddy, the elf who grows up to realise he’s really human.
From the creators of Grug comes Beep, a new and original piece of children’s theatre.
After receiving a desperate phone call from her long-lost grandmother, a woman flies to England to visit her in the Cotswolds only to find she’s gone missing.
In this sequel to “Never Never”, Harriet Blue is relegated to another outback town where she must choose betwen saving her brother or saving the whole town.
The Cosmo the Clown Comedy Magic Show is funny, slapsticky, silly fun ideal for the littlies.
This is a great concept for parents, allowing them to expose children to lots of acts at once and then take their kids to see those acts that grabbed them in full later
Pop the Bubble Man (Tim Eddie) is a Scottish “bubble model expert”, who puts on a great show for young ones, and those young at heart.
Prohibition is a mid-range Cabaret/Physical Theatre production featuring 1930s era costumes, soundtrack and even it’s own “jaded private dick”, Dirk Darrow.