Tag: History

The Art of Time Travel – Historians and their Craft

A Bookish Observation: The minute I saw Tom Griffith‘s book description on Amazon I knew his book was a book I must read. It was listed on Kindle Unlimited, but I wasn’t a subscriber. I’d considered joining Amazon’s eBook library previously, so I subscribed and picked up “The Art of Time Travel“. (Later I purchased the book, because with Kindle Unlimited you have to return the book eventually.)

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The Durra Durra Trilogy by J.A.Wells

For those of you have been following along with me and my journey with the manuscripts of J.A.Wells’ work, you will know that I believe he is a tremendous storyteller.

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Phillip Parker King 1791-1856
A Most Admirable Australian
by Brian Douglas Abbott

About the book: The book tells the story of the life of Phillip Parker King who was inextricably linked with the establishment of the colony of New South Wales. His father, Philip Gidley King, sailed to Botany Bay on HMS Sirius as Governor Phillip’s second in command in 1787, and Lt. PG King was given the responsibility of establishing the penal settlement on Norfolk Island.

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The Adventure of English by Melvyn Bragg

Audible.com is great value: For just $5 we’ve just picked up an audio book titled The Adventure of English by Melvyn Bragg and read by Robert Powell. We subscribe to audible.com and it was a special offer for members only. It’s 12 hours of story, of history. It’s really good!

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Tracking and Mapping the Explorers
by John Whitehead

The history of early Australian colonial history is fascinating. Fascinating because it began as an ugly British experiment and resulted in a unique and beautiful democratic country. The lucky country! My country.

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