Jack Canfield – I CAN believe in myself!

Samantha Gray

Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul creator) and children’s book author Miriam Laundry joined together to produce the powerful new children’s book, I CAN Believe in Myself. Woven with themes of compassion, confidence and self-esteem, I CAN Believe in Myself can help the young people in your life turn their thoughts from “I Can’t” to “I Can!”

Matt Bird – You Have a Book in You

Mel Fry

Today on the podcast we are chatting to author and business relationship guru, Matt Bird. As a child he grappled with dyslexia, before writing 12 books and is now wanting to help others become authors.  He believes everyone has “a book in them”. Matt was challenged to write a book during a conversation with one  of his clients, who is … Read More

Imbi Neeme – Author of ‘The Spill’

Mel Fry

We’re speaking with the lovely author, Imbi Neeme on this week’s podcast to chat about her latest novel, The Spill. About The Spill In 1982, a car overturns on a remote West Australian road. Nobody is hurt, but the impact is felt for decades. Nicole and Samantha Cooper both remember the summer day when their mother, Tina, lost control of … Read More

Episode 1232: Josephine Moon – The Cake Maker’s Wish

Mel Fry

In this episode we will are speaking with the amazing baker and author, Josephine Moon. She has just brought out her new novel (that Susie loves the sound of) The Cake Makers Wish! Jo has long written ‘foodie fiction’ – novels about love and family, but also about the power and the pleasure of gorgeous food.But it was THE CAKE … Read More

Ron Hall – Same Kind of Different as Me

Mel Fry

In the podcast this week, we are speaking with the amazing, Ron Hall who has a truely life changing story! So powerful, he’s produced a film around it. Ron is the main character, played by Greg Kinnear, as well as the author of his best selling book. About the Film The movie is an inspirational true story of friendship, family … Read More

Michael Crossland – Kids Don’t Get Cancer

Mel Fry

If you listen to any of our podcasts, you must hear this. Today we are speaking to an amazing man, who has been a fighter since birth, defying the odds of surviving not only a rare form of life-threatening cancer, but being the sole survivor of a horrific cancer drug trial. His battle continues to this very day, having spent … Read More

Casey Macklinay – Author of ‘Girls Don’t Lay Bricks’

Mel Fry

We love a good inspirational story and Casey’s is just that! Casey Mackinlay was a VCAL student with a bricklaying apprenticeship when she became a teenage single mum with no idea what was ahead of her.  In this podcast, we’ll find out more about her new book, Girls Don’t Lay Bricks.  Casey will open up about her personal journey and the life and … Read More

Shae Bynes – Grace Over Grind

Mel Fry

If you’re tired of ‘the grind,’ day in day out and always feeling like there isn’t enough time, this podcast is for you. Today we are catching up with Shae Bynes, a passionate storyteller, mentor and author of the inspirational new book, “Grace Over Grind.” After reading Grace Over Grind, Luke was brought to tears over and over and it … Read More

Episode 338: William Reimer tackling bullying with his pen

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Adelaide author William Reimer wrote a story about a ferret that gets bullied for a Year 11 English assignment. He received positive feedback and a good grade for it, but didn’t think much more of it. After a few years collecting dust, the former cafe worker quit his job and looked to self-publish the story as a children’s book. We catch up … Read More

Episode 326: Co-founder of the Australia’s largest women’s media company – Mamamia – Mia Freedman on Work, Strife, Balance

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Mia Freedman is the former magazine editor and newspaper columnist who launched Mamamia – a personal blog she started writing in lounge room in 2007. The Mamamia Network now reaches 4 million women per month, and spawns a website, podcasts and social media. In her new book, Mia explores feeling overwhelmed in a fast-paced world, and asks “am I the only one … Read More