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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Hardwired to Christ

Graeme Schultz has been writing devotional blog posts for some time and decided to gather 366 devotions together for his latest book.

Graeme went through a challenging time of re-thinking the Christian faith when the oft repeated party lines where inadequate for the real life issues he was facing – in the process he gained an insight into Jesus Christ, his life and death, and their relevance today.

Bookbound was asked to assist him with the design and preparation for print and ebook distribution.

July 24, 2017


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Abbeywood, Ann Stiepcic’s sizeable novel, features Eve La Beste, who was returning home to prepare for a Writers’ Retreat to be held for a week in her B&B home of Abbeywood.

On Saturday afternoon Eve awaited her guests. Husband and wife, Andrew and Maureen McCoy were the first to arrive. The rest of the group consisted of Grace, a primary school teacher nearing retirement and planning to write children’s stories; eighty-year-old Heather who had lots of stories in her and was proud of her age; Margaret who struggled with her depression due to her marriage ending; Jeff, who called himself an out-of-work ‘clown’ and finally always-late, flibbertigibbet, O’Dell who thought attending the retreat would be a hoot.

They settled into writing with varying degrees of success and a few surprises. But it was more than just a writing experience. New doors opened for some, lasting friendships were made, confidence was restored to others and some go on to do further writing.

Unusually, this novel isn’t just the story of the Writers’ Retreat, but also includes the work written by each guest during the Retreat.

July 3, 2017


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