Saturday, May 30, 2020

Books

Books

Three adventure must reads

  Down Under - Bill Bryson (2000) Down Under is typical Bill Bryson brilliance packed with hilarity as he takes readers on a journey through the...

Bob Murphy’s Musings on Life, Vulnerability and His New Memoir

  Bob Murphy is one of the AFL’s most loved characters - he is charming, poetic and one-of-a-kind. Bob, the son of a former priest...

Anna Hoyle talks “absurdity and incongruity” in her latest paintings

"I enjoy the ridiculousness of making 'how to' books because few people refer to books these days when they want to make something."  Melbourne artist...

Beating writer’s block

Ask any writer to describe their biggest and most recurring frustration and without hesitation the response you’ll receive will consist of two words and...

’13 Reasons Why’: Recap, Impact and What happens next?

Netflix's most controversial series of 2017, "13 Reasons Why" sparked conversations across many platforms around teen suicide and whether the TV show was raising...

We All Have Secrets But Do We Want To Keep Them?

We all have something to hide, something we feel uncomfortable telling others or something we want to say but can't summon the courage to...

Mystery Pages from Anne Frank’s Diary Revealed

New technology has allowed researchers to decode two pages of hidden text from Anne Frank's first diary, reports the Associated Press.  The entry from Frank's first...

Trust Your Instinct And Watch Instinct

The new American drama series 'Instinct' is here. Based on the best selling novel "Murder Games" (part four of a five part mystery series) by...

Book review: A Court of Frost and Starlight

A Court of Frost and Starlight (ACOFAS) is the latest novelette in Sarah J. Maas' gripping series centred on Feyre Archeron, a normal human...

Review: Simon Baker’s adaption of Tim Winton’s ‘Breath’

'Breath' is a coming of age film based on the novel of the same title written by renowned Australian author, Tim Winton. The film...