Black Stump Dictionary,
Said What (Quotes),
Dictionary of Phrase and Fable,
Today in Literature,
Google Art Project,
Family History SA databases,
GenealogicalSociety of SA,
Almanacs and Directories at SLSA,
State Archive Search,
National Archives Search,
CIA World Factbook,
Aus Bureau of Stats,
Know Your Rights,
ABC: Iview; SBS;
Your TV Guide; E Broadcast Guide
Radio: ABC Radio; ABC Adelaide 891;
Newspapers: Advertiser; Australian;
Melbourne Age; Recorder;
West Coast Sentinel; The Senior;
World front pages;
Newscartoons: Kudelka; Nicholson.
Magazines: The Spectator; Time.
Movies: Internet Movie Database;
At the Movies
Crikey dot com; Top breaking headlines;
ABC just in; The Lead, SA;
Q & A; the Drum;
Wendy Harmer's Hoopla;
SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND ADELAIDE
History: SA History;
History of SA;
Historic photos of SA
Tourism: About SA;
About Australia: SA;
Australian Tourism Net: About SA;
Barossa: Our famous wine region;
Lavender Farm: Lyndoch in the Barossa Valley;
McLaren Vale: another beautiful wine region.
Things to do: In Adelaide;
Festival Centre in the city;
Play and Go & Kidspot for kids;
Weekend Notes; Only Adelaide;
Weather: SA Weather,
Background: SA Government;
Trees and shrubs of the Adelaide Hills;
Getting Around: The UBD Street Directory;
Adelaide Metro: bus, tram and train timetables;
Free City transport.
Woolworths; Big W;
Coles; Foodland SA:
Myers; Harris Scarfe;
Millers; Autograph; My Size;
Weather New Zealand; Tourism NZ
Currency converter; World Times; World Weather;
Book air flights:
Airfaresflights; Hotels.com; Trivago compares hotels; Booking.com
The Earl Grey Song-to let those here and overseas know how irritating it is to have on offer a box of 100 tea bags, none of which are actually tea. They are herbal tea,
infusions, flavours but not tea. It is a metaphor for the whole food industry at the moment. God forbid that anything should taste like itself.
GOOD READS-NON CRIME
Catherine Alliott: Not That Kind of Girl, about marriage, fidelity and family.
Kate Atkinson: Wonderful reads.
Louise Bagshawe: more entertaining chik lit-light but great fun.
M.C. Beaton author of the Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin series and of wonderfully witty Regency romances,
originally under her name of Marion Chesney.
Liz Byrski: family and finding yourself aimed at older women.
Ben Elton: author of Popcorn, Dead Famous, Past Mortem, Chart Throb, all with modern and relevant plots.
Peter Goldsworthy: impressive Adelaide author. Wish he'd write more.
John Grisham almost always exciting law tales but latest, Gray Mountain, was awful, with an especially unpleasant female lawyer.
Loretta Hill May, 2013-writes Australian romances based on her experience as an engineer in
mining. Engaging read with humour and convincing background detail.
Marian Keyes: March, 2013 read 'The Mystery of Mercy Close," so funny yet real.
Loved it-even liked the way the heroine is hooked on Scandinavian crime TV shows! Chiklit at its best.
Jane Lythell's "Woman of the Hour' was absorbing, Sept 2016.
The main character is the TV producer of a morning show, juggling private and work life.
Monica McInerney raised in Clare, SA, writes gripping family based sagas with an Irish/ Australian connection.
David Lodge: engrossing novels set in British universities.
Joanna Trollope: British upper class family dramas. Absorbing and realistic.
Australian Book Reviews: New York Times book reviews.
Images: At left: Crab art on the jetty at Port Germein; Mum's favourite, Jonny Jumpups, in my garden, mixed up with the chives; parrot in the tree out front. Right: Shed near Booleroo Centre
Email: Louise This new index page created 23-12-2011; Changed title 15-5-2012,
updated 30-12-2014. Changed hosting from Planet Domain to GoDaddy on 12-1-2015. Latest update 10-12-2016.