25 free things you can do in Sydney

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! 25 Free Things You Can Do In Sydney [Infographic] by the team at Momondo Group Ltd   Like this:Like Loading… Related posts: Enjoying the best (and free) parts of Sydney in summer Enjoying the best (and free) parts of […]

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Make your audience the hero (and other proven presentation tips)

Audience engagement A popular  Inc. article about storytelling, has a priceless quote, ” Powerpoint (and laziness) has killed our ability to tell good stories.” It’s priceless, because those of us who regularly attend conferences know it’s… Like this:Like Loading… No related posts.


The Secret to Writing Great Headlines

Your headline is your first impression – if it’s not compelling you’ve already lost most of your potential audience. On average only 20% of people will look beyond your headline. In the world of blogging you need to stand out and draw readers in. It… Like this:Like Loading… No related posts.


Adventure Is a State of Mind

By Daniel Noll By A crumpled bit of inspiration I hijacked from Audrey early in our relationship hangs above my desk. Who would accuse Helen Keller of not leading an adventurous life even though she never went skydiving, bungee jumping or mountain climbing?… Like this:Like Loading… No related posts.


Free Bucket of Goat! – A Tale From The Pamir Highway

By A Cruising Couple At 4,655 meters (15,270 feet) The Pamir Highway is the […] The post Free Bucket of Goat! – A Tale From The Pamir Highway appeared first on A Cruising Couple . …read more Like this:Like Loading… No related posts.


Whale Watching – Popular Tourist Attractions

Whale watching is the biggest show on earth. With the ocean as their stage, the spellbinding and entertaining whales put on daily star performances for the whale watch cruises visiting their feeding grounds. In this article you’ll discover how to get… Like this:Like Loading… No related posts.


A 56-Day Marathon: The Story Behind The Shiro Project

A 56-Day Marathon: The Story Behind The Shiro Project French author David Khara, a former journalist, top-level sportsman, and entrepreneur, is a full-time writer. Khara wrote his first novel—a vampire thriller—in 2010, before starting his Consortium thriller series, which offers a roller-coaster ride that dips into the history of World War II, rushing back to […]

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7 places worth seeing in Bahrain

In a small island country like Bahrain, where can tourists go for a visit? Here are the top seven places worth seeing in Bahrain. Al-Fateh Mosque (Great Mosque) This religious site is really worth to visit. It has a beautiful, unique architecture and was constructed with maple and wood in a traditional Islamic style. Al-Fateh […]


Aussie outback romance meets Italian sexy

Review of The Sunnyvale Girls by Fiona Palmer Last year, I read and loved Fiona Palmer’s The Sunburnt Country, so when Penguin asked me to read Palmer’s latest book, The Sunnyvale Girls, I jumped at the chance. For those of you not familiar with Palmer’s work, she is the Queen of Australian Outback Romance, a genre of fiction […]

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Author inspired by POW past

Fiona Palmer talks to The Writers Shack about her brand new novel, The Sunnyvale Girls, and how she found inspiration from an Italian prisoner of war I was talking to my friend Lea one day about how I wanted to write my next book on the Italian prisoners of war that worked on farms during WWII. She then went […]