Small changes can transform our lives.
High Hopes contains simple suggestions, supported by quotes of timeless wisdom, which give readers a chance to break out of their busy lives and lift their spirits. Each page reminds us that we have the power to take control of our lives, to gather mindful moments, to listen to our heart’s whispers and to bestow kindness freely. Read more
Some people don’t like change … unfortunately, change couldn’t care less! Most of us live our lives on fast-forward in a world of constant change.
This book gives us a chance to put our lives on pause and to reflect - about where we’ve come from and where we’re headed. It shows that it’s never too late to live the life we’ve always wanted or to be the person we’ve always wanted to be. Read more
The book aims to provide a snapshot of the iconic WWI campaign and its place in the history of Australia, New Zealand and Turkey, all of which came of age as independent nations as a result of their involvement and the performances of their troops. Read more
The Kokoda App brings the story of the iconic WWII campaign to the digital generation.
Created by Patrick and funded by the RSL & Services Clubs Association and RSL sub-branches, the Kokoda App is also available on ITunes for iPad and iPhone.
Interview with Tracey Allen, author of Carpe Librum blog: Patrick Lindsay is a prolific Australian author, having published 18 books on the back of an extremely successful career as a journalist, TV reporter and presenter.
In December I reviewed his book Back From The Dead - Peter Hughes' Story of Survival and Hope After Bali, giving it 5 stars. Patrick joined me recently to answer some interview questions. Read more.
Make the Most of You
The Spirit of The Digger (new)
Our Darkest Day
The Coast Watchers
Now Is The Time
Cosgrove... Portrait of a Leader
Heart of a Champion
The Spirit of Gallipoli
Balance ...It's Never Too Late
The Essense of Kokoda
Happiness... It's Never Too Late
Back from the Dead
It's Never Too Late
The Spirit of The Digger
The Spirit of Kokoda