The Flight of Prorentals

This new title we produced for the Real Estate Academy tells the history of Andrew Reece and James Chalmers who began building their Queensland-based property management business, prorentals, in 1998. They visualised what success in their business would look like and developed a plan to achieve it.

Andrew and James’s goal was to achieve 10,000 properties under management. A mammoth goal to say the least, especially when you consider that they started with just 31 properties and the average rent roll in Queensland at the time was 180 properties. But they were young and ambitious.

October 18, 2017


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The Girl from Waiuta

Also completed and delivered in time for the launch was Marion Mikkelsen’s book The Girl from Waiuta.

Told with honesty, rawness and humour, Marion’s book tells the tale of a life of personal (and sometimes confronting) choices, challenge, risk-taking, mischief, heartache and joy.

Marion’s search for happiness and security ultimately leads her to settle in Australia to start again with a renewed sense of family values and a positive vision for the future.

September 27, 2017


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A couple more for REA

In September we had the pleasure of reprinting some titles for the Real Estate Academy in Gosford, NSW.

Delivered on time and on budget, as always.

September 18, 2017


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The Tudor Lover

Ray Southall has been an oft returning author, publishing a small volume of wildly varying subjects and content for family and friends on a yearly basis.

This year we have produced a book for Ray of his collected essays and reviews that first appeared in Essays in Criticism between 1961 and 1989, but it also includes some additions and alterations to the view of Tudor love poetry.

August 3, 2017


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Leadership Without Rank

The days of barking orders or pulling rank are over. Modern leaders need a different approach, one that helps them progress in their own career as they simultaneously empower the people they work alongside. This is more than a feel good ideal – it makes pragmatic sense. And with a pragmatic mix of practical experience and proven techniques, Rob Redenbach’s latest book Leadership Without Rank explains how to become more respected and more influential – whether you have rank or not.

Bookbound got the job done for Rob.

July 31, 2017


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