Hazel Edwards



“Creativity is the fun of putting
together unexpected ideas”

Non Fiction: Friends

Australian Edition

 

 

 
  

Title:"Friends; How to make and keep them"

ISBN:9780 9871575 91

Author: Hazel Edwards and Dr Helen McGrath

Format: eBook available from Port Campbell Press.

   

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Strategies for making friends and keeping them. At any age. Real life scenarios. Case studies. Checklists. Quiz. 

In our fast changing world, friends may last longer than lovers or even families.

Includes:

  • Types of friendships
  • Making friends
  • Keeping friends.
  • Male and female friendships
  • Can men and women be 'just friends'?
  • Do working friendships work?
  • Can you be friends with your ex?
  • When friendships don't last.

Companion book to much reprinted and translated 'Difficult Personalities' (Penguin).

Reviews & Features:

The Age (Jane Cafarella) 'Coffee and a chat? Pencil me in for October. Edwards & Mc Grath say friendships must be nurtured-despite busy schedules.'

The Age (Michele Hamer) '... detailed case studies offer tips on how to successfully combine friends,work and sexual relationships.'

CLEO (Allison Tait) '...friend is a shorthand term for relationship.'

Sunday Examiner Magazine: ...important to decide what you expect from a  friendship and what you re willing to give...

Sophie Toomey Sunday Herald Sun major feature on 'True Friends'

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Events & Appearances 2018

1st Fri each month   PROV 10-1pm  Mentoring & Finishing Book-Length Non Fiction.

( booking & info here)  

January

5th  10-1pm PROV 'Finishing Book-Length Project'

Feb 3rd  (Sat) 11am  Victorian Medical Women's Society historical walk.

Feb 6th   6:30-8.pm pm Dymocks Camberwell Tues Book Club 'Celebrant Sleuth' talk & signing at Barolo Trattoria, 885 Burke Rd, C'well (need to book) 

March 3rd Indian Fundraiser 

March 8th  Donvale Library  Writing a Non Boring Family History

March 13th (Tues) Watsonia Library  6-7 pm

March 24th  Goulburn Readers/Writers' Festival 

April 20th (Fri) Hazelnuts

April 30th (Mon 10-1pm) Cranbourne East , 'Writing a Non Boring Family History'

June 7th Adelaide: Early Childhood Educators' conference 

August:History Month

August 4th 10-1pm Port Phillip Heritage Centre  'Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir' workshop

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