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The long awaited biography of former Prime Minister, Paul Keating, by influential political interviewer Kerry O’Brien will be available this month.
Keating is a treasure trove of anecdotes, insights, reflections and occasional admissions from one of the most loved and hated political leaders Australia has ever seen – a man who was the driving force through thirteen years of Labor government that changed the face of Australia. 211 more words
Are we born with it? A recent study on finding the happiness gene suggests so. Yet, there are several factors that affect our decision-making and comfort, which play a role in happiness, which in turn defines how confident we are with ourselves and the world around us: positivity. 491 more words
BLURB: “Ambitious and talented people flocked to become courtiers at Kensington Palace in search of power and prestige. But the palace was also full of skullduggery, politicking and secrets – successful courtiers needed level heads and cold hearts. 304 more words
Leap of Faith : Memoirs of an Unexpected Life – Queen Noor of Jordan
“Leap of Faith is the dramatic and inspiring story of an American woman’s remarkable journey into the heart of a man and his nation.” “Born into a distinguished Arab-American family and raised amid privilege, Lisa Halaby joined the first freshman class at Princeton to accept women, graduating in 1974 with a degree in architecture and urban planning.Two years later, while visiting her father in Jordan, she was casually introduced on the airport runway to King Hussein. 253 more words