Paul Giles worked as an international model for some 20 years and has written a book to help you exude the style and confidence of metrosexual men like David Beckham and Daniel Craig.
Browsing: Books & Literature
Autumn Leaves is an anthology of “chick-lit” short-stories, written mostly by Adelaide women. This is very light, fluffy reading, perfect for an hour in the garden, or to take on holiday.
Following the success of inaugural out-of-season events in 2014 including conversations with Annabel Crabbe and Julia Gillard the first three writers for 2015 have been confirmed.
As part of the Digital Writers in Residence Program, The SA Writers Centre has just announced the first Digital Writer in Residence spot for the year.
One of the nation’s best award winning young playwrights, Finegan Kruckemeyer, will be divulging his secrets of creating worlds and the characters and landscape that make up those fictional worlds, as part of SA Writers Centre’s Writing Boot Camp for Teens these April school holidays.
Inspiring Rare Birds, an organisation founded to support women entrepreneurs, today announces the availability of its inaugural book ‘Australia’s 50 Influential Women Entrepreneurs’.
The University of Adelaide will again be embracing the festivities of Mad March in 2015, with both past and present students and staff showcasing their knowledge and talents to the wider community.
The third annual Adelaide Writers’ Week will take place from Saturday 28 February to Thursday 5 March with six days of conversation and debate set in the beautiful Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden.
This one-day pop-up family event on 17 January is inspired by Alice in Wonderland, featuring an exhibition, croquet, chess, music, cosplay and more!
Nicole Jenkins’ new book Style is Eternal is on on shelves this week and is beautiful step-by-step guide to understanding and integrating fashion basics, classics and trends into a personalised signature look.
Glam Adelaide caught up with Australian crime/paranormal author Melanie Casey, who has just released the second book in her new trilogy.
Set in early 1930s Australia, long-buried family secrets are uncovered when the murder weapon of Rowland Sinclair’s father is discovered at the bottom of a drained dam.
Publishing platform Tablo has partnered with Momentum, the digital arm of major Australian publishing house Pan Macmillan, to uncover the next generation of bestselling authors.
A modern day Australian Gothic novel with many bizarre and humorous touches about a woman employed to look after a comatose Adonis-like man.
Voting has now opened for Australia’s Best Magazine Cover in this year’s 2014 consumer awards, The Maggies.
South Australia’s best kept food secret is about to be discovered with the launch of the new ‘Food Secrets of Glynde’ publication,
The annual RiAus Sci-ku competition is back in August 2014 with a food theme, providing an easy and fun way for students and adults to get involved in National Science Week.
Andrew will be in Adelaide on 10th September to celebrate the release of his thrilling new book SUMMIT 8000. It’s a great chance to hear Andrew’s take on why he does it. Why anyone would take on such a challenge, knowing that there is a high risk of death?
This is the second novel by Adelaide-based crime author, Casey, again featuring Detective Ed Dyson and clairvoyant, Cass Lehmann.
Nominations are now open for The Maggies 2014; a national poll to recognise and celebrate the best Australian magazine covers of the past year.