Books by Melinda J. Irvine

PAPERBARK WETLANDS

10 little multimedia poems lyricing the Australian landscape

The Paperbark Wetlands is a little place to get lost in your lunch break.Paperbark Wetlands is an eBook and an invitation to walk among the melaleucas of the NSW mid-north coast and into some of the magical places of the wider Australian landscape. Visually enriched haiku, shaped and free verse poems are complimented by digital technologies making this a unique poetry experience.

A little place to get lost in your lunch break (even better with headphones).

Paperbark Wetlands is a multimedia eBook available now in the iBooks store ((iOS and Mac) and Amazon store (Kindle) as well as PDF format. It contains original photographs, narration and video.  Click here to learn more.

MY MOTHER’S GARDEN

A poetry collection inspired by that feeling of home

Even though the poems shared in My Mother’s Garden were inspired by my own family (both in Australia and as an adopted mum in the Philippines) they speak to the memory of childhood and that universally understood feeling of home. Wander through ‘My Mother’s Garden’ and rest for a while among the bush orchids and bright coloured flowers. Take a peek at my parent’s enduring argument after their 50th wedding anniversary and share a laugh.

Thirty-five multimedia poems are delivered to you as an interactive multimedia eBook with more than 150 original photographs, narration and video. My Mother’s Garden is a wonderful place to find yourself or get lost for a little while. Available soon available for iBooks and Kindle and as well as PDF* format. Click here to learn more.

*PDF versions contains still images only.

Comments

3 comments on “Books by Melinda J. Irvine”
  1. You’re an inspiration! Love your blog, your poetry, your empathy, and self-sacrifice. Beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Denise, it’s so nice of you to stop by. I also visited your blog and was so inspired by your commitment to excellence. 10 marathons. I think you are allowed your morning cup of coffee.

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  2. April Tibbett says:

    Amazing appreciation of deep thoughts, coupled with a grateful humanitarian view of surroundings. A great read to provoke gratitude for what is so often unnoticed in our everyday hustle and bustled lives.

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