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E.J. Bauer

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I was born in Queensland, Australia and lived my first twelve years in the country. My family moved to Brisbane before I started high school and I graduated from university with a degree in speech pathology. I accepted a position at large regional hospital in New South Wales and I still live in the area over 40 years later.
I am happily married, a mother of two, grandmother of five and devoted assistant to one very bossy tortoiseshell cat named Lucy. My career in speech pathology eventually morphed into the totally unrelated field of retail management in a university science centre and planetarium.
Travel has always been a focus and yes – there was always a bucket list. I had many things I intended to do “someday” but that was always in my ha
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A New Adventure

How did I find myself sitting at a keyboard wondering what to type? Could I navigate my new webpage to actually write my very first blog?


My book “From Moulin Rouge to Gaudi’s City” gives readers some idea of how I came to travel to France, with a list of places I’d always wanted to see tucked firmly in my hand luggage. Writing about my someday travels in a blog, well then…



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From Gaudi's City to Granada's Red Palace by E.J. Bauer
"What a beautiful, richly detailed travelogue this is. I enjoyed Elizabeth Moore’s first book about travelling through France very much. Even so, although I am a complete Francophile, I think I enjoyed this one about Spain even more.

I felt I was imme" Read more of this review »
From Gaudi's City to Granada's Red Palace by E.J. Bauer
"I was enchanted by E.J. Bauer's first memoir of her travels in Europe (Book 1 is mainly France with a bit of Barcelona thrown in), so it was a no-brainer that I would also hugely enjoy Book 2, From Gaudi's City to Granada's Red Palace.

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The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant
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I simply didn't want this book to finish. I devoured every page, savouring every ingredient, every menu and every recipe. I delighted in the fact that the author had woven the threads of love, family history and tradition through every chapter and dr ...more
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My French Platter by Annemarie Rawson
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My weakness is reading memoirs about people moving country and setting up house. It usually involves trials and tribulations and ends with the triumph over all the troubles that have beset them. This book is a little different in that the biggest roa ...more
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The Last of the Moon Girls by Barbara  Davis
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This novel is a delightful blend of love, revenge, family history, some involved detective work on a long unsolved crime and a wonderful dash of the supernatural. The characters are well drawn and the text is woven with delicious descriptions of the ...more
From Gaudi's City to Granada's Red Palace by E.J. Bauer
"An incredible journey

I have just been taken along on an incredible journey from Barcelona to San Sebastian, Madrid, Lisbon, Seville, Granada and back to Barcelona.
Elizabeth, her sister Louise and friend Jane enjoy a wonderful holiday, sightseeing, " Read more of this review »
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Marriage, Monkeys and Movie Stars by Tony James Slater
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This omnibus is an eclectic trilogy of crazy recollections in the lives of Tony and his partner, Roo. Suffice it to say that the reader is treated to a melange of very creative wedding preparations, perilous climbing adventures in Jordan, six weeks i ...more
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Bombs and Bougainvillea by L. E. Decker
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This memoir had me running for maps. I've read so much about Israel and Palestine and this book gave me an amazing insight into a very complex political situation. Beautifully written and sympathetically drawn, I had a close up view of both sides and ...more
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Bombs and Bougainvillea by L. E. Decker
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This memoir had me running for maps. I've read so much about Israel and Palestine and this book gave me an amazing insight into a very complex political situation. Beautifully written and sympathetically drawn, I had a close up view of both sides and ...more
From Gaudi's City to Granada's Red Palace by E.J. Bauer
"What a wonderful book!

This was a warm, interesting and intelligent read. I really enjoyed the author's first book, and this one was just lovely too.

Elizabeth is a skilled tour guide, and this book takes the reader on a wonderful trip. She so beauti" Read more of this review »
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