Lifestyle books including cookbooks, gardening and gift books.

Are you surrounded by an excess of produce? Do you grow your own, or have you found yourself with an abundance of the product and no idea how to use them? This could be the book for you.

The “When it all becomes too much” mini cook book series by Terri Bateman & Sarah Jackson might be just what you need These easy to use books contain some useful produce facts and 20 easy to make recipes to help you manage your glut of the stuff.  Available in print or e-book formats. Great value at $AU0.99 for the e-books and $AU8:50 for the print versions. Order here.

“Gardening for Beginners: Hints and Tips for Melbourne Australia – 2nd Edition” by Sarah Jackson

Do you want to start a garden? Are you not sure where to begin? Then this may be the guide for you. “Gardening for Beginners” is a handy reference book with basic hints and tips for the new gardener. It contains no fancy terms, no superior expertise, just honest advice from someone just like you. There are sections on what tools to buy, growing vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers, dealing with pests, and working out which fertilisers are best for you. It is written for a cool climate, but the advice is useful anywhere. 

This second edition features a new, easier to access format and incorporates feedback received from readers relating the first edition. Keep on discovering your gardening skills and enjoy the journey. 

Get your copy through Amazon . $AU22.00 paperback, $AU5.99 eBook.

“You want me to do what now? 101 of the worst job titles around” by Sarah Jackson 

“You want me to do what now: 101 of the worst job titles around” is a humorous look at job searching and advertising. In any given month, in Australia alone, there is an average of 165,00 jobs advertised, and approximately 750,000 people recorded as being out of work – and this doesn’t include job seekers who are looking for a change of employment. There are a great many people looking at a wide range of position titles. It’s big business. The book, set in a Listicle format, looks at ridiculous, pompous and downright misleading job titles.  Job seekers, employers, advertisers, and the general public, may find this an interesting read, as it is both true and bizarre. Kindle e-book: Order here

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