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The Wind’s Song

 “The Wind’s Song” looks at the hidden spaces between who we are, and who we think we are, what we believe and what we know.

When twenty-six-year-old architect Josef’s beloved grandfather dies and his girlfriend threatens to leave him, he becomes depressed and reluctantly agrees to visit psychologist, Carla. This is the start of a relationship that will change both therapist and client.
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Author: Joan Zawatzky Pages: 298 Publication Date: 21 Jul 2022
The Retailers Handbook Post Covid-19

If you are presently the owner of a retail business. ask yourself: Are you suffering from the effects of Covid-19? Is your business still healthy and thriving? Is the possibility of renewing your lease for a further five years giving you a headache?  Are you paying too much rent? Do you wish that you knew how to negotiate a better lease with your landlord? Do you know how to ensure that the annual outgoings charged by the landlord are fair and reasonable and comply with the provisions of the Retail Tenancy Act in your state? Are you experiencing stock shrinkage? Are you having difficulties negotiating with your bank? Are you studying about retail at a college or university? Do you know the law covering franchisees and franchisors from both a Federal and State perspective?  Are you thinking of bringing your retail business to Australia? Are you considering retiring and either selling your business, or handing it over to family members? If the answers to any of these questions is “yes”, then this book is for you.

 

Author: Hymie Zawatzky Pages: 294 Publication Date: 15 Jun 2021
The Third Generation

Ella is born in the 1960s, in Leopoldstadt, once a ghetto in Vienna, but she has no knowledge of her Jewish heritage. Her mother is unwilling to discuss the past and her father, a concentration camp survivor, dies shortly after her birth.

Ella and her neighbour, Luke, are childhood friends with different backgrounds who develop a life - long, loving relationship. When Luke leaves Vienna to complete his studies, a heartbroken Ella marries Richard. Though the marriage is unsatisfying, when Richard is offered a promotion in Australia, she reluctantly joins him with their youngest son.
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Author: Joan Zawatzky Pages: 354 Publication Date: N/A
Books by Hymie Zawatzky cover these topics: new migrants to Australia, with a migration visa, hoping to open a retail shop or store or business. His books are about finance, leases, negotiating with a landlord, buying a franchise, being a franchisee, the franchisor, shopping centres, shopping malls, tenants. They are about budgets, visiting a bank manager, managing a business, and planning. The books will interest immigrants from Asia, South Africa, U. K., Europe, India, U.S.A., Canada and elsewhere.

Books by Joan Zawatzky are set in Africa, South Africa, Rustenburg crime about murder, mystery, detectives, romance, fantasy, love, friendship,family history, witchdoctors, healers,ngakas, sangomas, the Tswana people, soccer, Blacks and Whites. Her books also deal with spirits, ancestral worship, voodoo,sorcery, sorcerers, apartheid, AIDS, poverty during a period of drought and disease.Joan writes fiction or novels while Hymie writes non-fiction or self-help books. Each could be each could be seen as a South African or an Australian writer or author. You will enjoy reading their books.
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