Phil Carman, better known as Fabulous Phil, kicks back to discuss his biography with the Australian newspaper The Adelaide Advertiser and to talk about his career which has undeniably made him an icon of the AFL (and VFL/SANFL), a renowned player and person both on and off field. If you’re interested in snapping up a copy of Phil Carman’s biography Fabulous Phil written by Matt Watson (Brolga Publishing, 2017) which features never-before-known details about the life and career of Phil Carman, it is available in all good bookstores and can be ordered from PhilCarman.com.au also!
Article Credit: The Adelaide Advertiser
Main photo credit: Mark Brake
Toni Grant and her crime thriller/romance Serpent Song have taken hold of many readers and media outlets, and rightly so, as we follow the trail with Francesca Salucci as she investigates the suspicious death of a biker which takes her from Sydney to Rome – all the way into a small town on the Italian Riviera where she reunites with an old lover and she has no choice but to confront her past and origins. Toni Grant wrote this enthralling tale in a mere 8 months with some exceptionally good resources, one being her husband Police Minister and ex-cop with an incredible 23 years experience, Troy Grant.
‘The Australian’ dated June 26, 2017. Credit: theaustralian.com.au
If you haven’t been bitten by Serpent Song yet it is available in all good bookstores now.
Phil Carman is a name that needs no introduction as an iconic part of Australian Football history, known best by the moniker Fabulous Phil – which also is the name of the debut book by Matt Watson about the football nomad who played for Norwood, Collingwood, Melbourne, Essendon and North Melbourne and had his fair share of adventures on and off the field, including fronting the tribunal more than once for his on-field escapades.
There is a great deal of excitement surrounding this explosive biography, and rightly so! Phil Carman has appeared on 3AW on ‘Nights with Steve Price’ (dated: June 14th 2017) and if you didn’t get the chance to tune in when it first was broadcast it can be found by following this link: ‘Nights with Steve Price’ interviewing Phil Carman – June 14 2017
Phil Carman and Neil Mitchell
Phil Carman At 3AW
Phil Carman on air with Neil Mitchell
Phil Carman also was interviewed for Herald Sun newspaper, having a full spread in the sports’ section with Ando’s Shout which can be viewed below,
Credit: Herald Sun / Hamish Blair.
Fabulous Phil by Matt Watson is available at all good bookstores, it can also be ordered directly from Phil Carman’s website: PhilCarman.com.au
Ros Ben-Moshe launched her amazing book, Laughing at cancer this past weekend in Melbourne to a large room of guests all enraptured to hear her speak about not only her book but her work with being a health and wellness practitioner and the life of being a laughter yogi. Her book, Laughing at cancer is a unique book as most books about cancer are Q&A’s, outline the latest scientific research advances, are written from a “what to expect” orientation, or in some instances are from a comedic perspective on someone’s personal experience. This book, whilst infused with humour, hope and inspiration also includes some scientific evidence, making the content factually rigorous and is available in all good bookstores now
Not to stop there, as Ros is never one to slow down on her path to bringing about smiles, information and support around the dialogue we have about ill-health and the practice of health and wellness, she also appeared on Channel 31’s The Shtick which is a showcase of community events, information and entertainment for the Jewish and non-Jewish community. If you didn’t have the opportunity to watch The Shtick when it first aired it is available on Youtube: Ros Ben-Moshe’s appearance on The Shtick – June 14th, 2017
Update June 9th 2017: Ros Ben-Moshe’s interview went very well, we are so proud of Ros’ hard work on Laughing at cancer – How to Heal with Love, Laughter and Mindfulness and also her landing a seat opposite the enigmatic Libbi Gorr yesterday to talk about her book and her work focusing on health and wellness being a Laughter Yoga facilitator. If you wanted to tune in but missed the live interview, never fear, there is a digital link: Ros Ben-Moshe’s interview with Libbi Gorr on ‘Afternoons’ June 8, 2017
[Ros Ben-Moshe speaks to Libbi Gorr 31:33 – 40:47.]
Original post June 7th 2017:
We’ve got some exciting news, not only is Ros Ben-Moshe‘s book, Laughing at cancer – How to Heal with Love, Laughter and Mindfulness released this month but TOMORROW Ros Ben-Moshe will be interviewed on ABC Melbourne Radio 774 AM 1:20pm LIVE speaking with Libbi Gorr who is sitting in for Clare Bowditch in the ‘Afternoons with Clare Bowditch’ scheduled show this week. They will discuss Ros’ work as the Director of LaughLife Wellbeing Programs amongst her extensive work and promotion of health and wellness via laughter and her newly-released as her book – which is filled with humour, insight and sensitivity and encourages a change of thinking of how we talk about and view illness. Laughing at Cancer – How to Heal with Love, Laughter and Mindfulness aims to provide strategies to enhance resilience – a factor often diminished by ill-health.
Front cover of ‘Laughing at cancer – How to Heal with Love, Laughter and Mindfulness’ ISBN: 9781925367843
Link to information about the scheduled show: http://www.abc.net.au/radio/melbourne/programs/afternoons/afternoons/8581844
Libbi Gorr – photo credit: abc.net.au
Ros Ben-Moshe, Author of ‘Laughing at cancer – How to Heal with Love, Laughter and Mindfulness’
In February 2017 we had the pleasure of publishing The Drover’s Daughter by Patsy Kemp, an amazing memoir about her growing up on stock routes of sheep transport in New South Wales and Queensland in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Her story is full of warmth, honesty and humour and now we’re so excited to announce that she will be coming to local libraries in Melbourne to speak about her book. If you’re interested to come along and enjoy her giving a voice to a neglected part of Australian history you can find her speaking at the below and times:
Monday 15 May
Moonie Library 9.30am-10.30am
Meandarra Library 1.30pm-3.30pm
Tuesday 16 May
Wandoan Library 11.30am-1.00pm
Jandowae Library 6.30pm-7.30pm
Wednesday 17 May
Chinchilla Library 1.30pm-3.00pm
Thursday 18 May
Tara Library 11.00am-12.00pm
Dalby Library 6.00pm-8.00pm
Friday 19 May
Bell Library 9.30am-10.30am
Western Downs Libraries website, with full details and a link to bookings: https://www.westerndownslibraries.com/the-drovers-daughter/
A direct link to the Eventbrite page:
Alan and Janette. Credit: http://rawveganpath.com/about-us/
First, they came for the world record, now they’re bringing us an exciting and enlightening documentary which details their World Record setting 366 consecutive marathons (while both in their 60’s no less) around Australia and not only covering 15,782kms but also doing it on a raw vegan diet.
RAW The Documentary (based from the popular book ‘Raw Can Cure” by Janette Murray-Wakelin. Brolga Publighing + first published in 2013) sets out to shatter some misconceptions of what one can achieve eating a raw vegan diet. It explores the lives of Janette and Alan as they began to consider the benefits of a raw diet after Janette was diagnosed with cancer and given 6 months to live. Now years on and in their 60’s and healthy as a direct result of their fitness and commitment to ethical diets they want to share the amazing feats they have completed and the experiences along the way – which include the beauty of family, the love they have shared for over 30 years, a lifetime of fitness, the marathons in the great Australian nature encountering cyclones, torrential rain and 44+ degree weather. RAW The Documentary stands to be an informative resource for our awareness of the possibilities achievable on a raw vegan diet and the larger comments on the betterment of the environment, water sources and the considerations of all the species on this planet.
PREMIER GALA SCREENING
Comics Lounge | 26 Errol Street, North Melbourne
Sunday 19th of February, 2017 | 6pm – 10:30pm
- Screening of RAW The Documentary
- Live Q&A With Janette and Alan
- Quest Speaker Philip Wollen OAM
- Entertainment by Stinky Picnic
- Books and DVDs available for purchase
- No Age Restriction
- Free Parking & Public Transport (#57-Stop 11 Nth Melbourne)
- More information about RAW The Documentary, Janette and Alan can be found on: http://rawveganpath.com/
Meticulous research, hard work and a passion for writing once again brings us an amazing book, Flying into Danger from John Ramsland (author of Remembering Aboriginal Heroes, Venturing into no Man’s Land: the charmed life of Joseph Maxwell VC – World War I hero and The Rainbow Beach Man: the life and times of Les Ridgeway, Worimi Elder [All published with Brolga Publishing] amongst other books, articles and letters).
Flying into Danger tells the story of Paul Brickhill, an iconic Australian fighter pilot who became a Prisoner of War in WWII that would go on not only to survive the ordeal but also to return and become a writer in England – amongst the trauma endured during that time that would lead to a near-two decade breakdown he would pen a collection of tour-de-force books that won him celebrity and after that he returned Australia – these books remain untouched by time and shape the way we view history. Paul Brickhill’s life that has been collated and transcribed by John Ramsland in Flying into Danger is immersive, informative and captivating. A must-read for those interested in Australian wartime, aviation, military biographies, Australian film and/or the books/films The Great Escape, Reach for the Sky and The Dam Busters.Available now in all good bookstores and you can also order a copy from us by contacting – email@example.com