Indulge, pamper, spoil... Forget it.
What the hero woman in your life really wants is time, precious time, to sit alone and escape for a little while. Here’s what Texters are giving their mums this Mother’s Day.
First published in 1993, Take Me to Paris, Johnny, is an unforgettable memoir of love, loss and humanity. It tells the story of Melbourne historian John Foster and his six-year love affair with Cuban dancer Juan Céspedes.
Read Peter Craven’s introduction here.
Cassie and Sid Sunday, once as close as sisters could be, have drifted apart. Now living in opposite corners of the world, they challenge themselves to a year of old-fashioned letter writing, with the hope that it will bring them together. Keep Me Posted is a funny and thought-provoking look at modern marriage, family and social media.
Read an interview with author Lisa Beazley here.
These three novels tell the story of twin boys, Claus and Lucas, sent to live with their grandmother. She mistreats and neglects them, and to survive they abide by a new code of ethics. Spanning the Second World War and into the years of destructive postwater communism, The Notebook Trilogy is an unforgettable reading experience. Read an extract here.