How To Succeed In Business, Girls

  Carrie Green knows about overcoming challenges. She’s been at it for more than a decade now and can boast a successful career as a successful entrepreneur. That’s why she is comfortable and proud to be publishing her own “How to” guidebook […]

Kelly Lyonns ‘The Soldier’s Woman’

SheBrisbane’s own Kelly Lyonns is about to release her debut novel ‘The Soldier’s Woman’, published by local publisher Atlas Productions Books. It is a regency romance with a paranormal twist. Kelly is excitedly planning her launch which will be this Friday at The Gap’s […]

Healthy Is The New Skinny

For many women and girls, how to stop absorbing the incessant negative messages from the fashion and advertising industries and build a healthy self image, can be a bridge too far. It’s just too hard for many and they simply give up […]

Gold

I need to preface this review by saying that I am a huge Matthew McConnaughey fan. I loved his rom com days in movies like ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’. I loved him as the ‘Lincoln Lawyer’ and in […]

Holiday Reading

The sun is shining. The kids are on holiday. Christmas is almost here. Lazy, beach holidays are beckoning and that means time to savour some really good books. You know you’ve been waiting all year for this. You deserve it. So here are my […]

Dessata Detangling Brush

To be honest, I have never thought too much about my hair brush, despite having a thick, dry and course mane that could do with a little more attention. I usually just grab a handful, yank down and push and pull my brush down, […]

Dreaming of writing

As a keen reader, writer and aspiring author I’ve always been interested in hearing other writer’s stories about their journey to publication. So, it was with great delight that I received ‘ Writing the Dream’ , a book published by Serenity Press, […]

Homespace

Homespace by Darren Palmer Using real life interior design projects, Darren Palmer inspires us to change the space we have into the home we love. The blurb is a lot longer but that is all you need to know about this lovely […]

The Bit In Between

Author: Clare Varley (Melbourne) Synopsis After an unfortunate incident in an airport lounge involving an immovable customs officer, a full jar of sun-dried tomatoes, quite a lot of vomit, and the capricious hand of fate, Oliver meets Alison. In spite of this […]

Something for the kids…

Synopsis: Albert can’t help getting into mischief when no one is around. But one day he goes too far… Oh, Albert! A perfect story about a family and their not-so-perfect (but loveable!) dog. Review: Oh, Albert! is an adorable picture book, perfect […]

Love and Small Town Shenanigans

Author: Karly Lane / Reviewer: Lucretia Ackfield It’s been slim pickings in the romance department for single mum Lucy Parker in the small town of Bundah. So when hot biker Hugh Thompson arrives and reopens the local pub, sparks are set to fly. With her […]

Our changing view on food – a book review

Book: The Eat Real Food Cookbook Author: David Gillespie / Reviewer: Greg Cary About the book: (Pan Macmillan, 2016) For nearly ten years, David Gillespie has warned us of the dangers of sugar, and Australia has listened. More recently he has alerted […]

Maggie’s Kitchen: courage of conviction

Author: Caroline Beecham / Reviewer: Kelly Lyonns Synopsis: (Allen & Unwin, 2016) When the Ministry of Food urgently calls for the opening of British Restaurants to feed tired and hungry Londoners during the Second World War, Maggie Johnson is close to realising […]

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