Books by Christine Lister
Goddesses in You
What makes up your personality?
At the deepest level, what instinctively drives you?
What stereotypical gender roles are expected of you?
Are you living the life of your true self?
Goddesses in You illuminates how women’s lives are shaped by archetypes – powerful inner patterns, personified by twelve Greco-Roman Goddesses and derived from myths.
Archetypal patterns are like the door into a hidden realm, a parallel reality… (They) hold the key to the real you.
CAROLINE MYSS, Archetypes
GODDESSES IN YOU is due for release late 2022.
The Hidden Journey
Christine, a passionate gardener and recently retired after a long career, was enjoying her new found life and freedom when her husband Rex was diagnosed with melanoma.
This beautifully moving story is taken from her journal, as she observes the changes in the seasons and her garden that seem to mirror the changes in her world with her beloved Rex.
Christine bravely lets us into her world with honesty, humour and compassion.
In The Garden
Of My Delights
Author, Christine Lister’s much-loved bushland garden in suburban Melbourne is the setting for
In The Garden Of My Delights.
Stunning photography of the garden by Brett Foster, over the changing cycle of the seasons, is
accompanied by beautifully matched inspirational quotes and an introduction to each season.
You Can Do It!
Help children learn that they can do anything!
Tahlia has a special affinity with her Poppy who loves motorbikes.
Poppy believes everyone should ride a motorbike and decides Tahlia should learn to ride one.
“I’m only three Poppy. Little girls don’t ride motorbikes.”
“Tahlia, You Can Do It!”
So Poppy took Tahlia riding on his motorbike up and down the driveway, round and round the backyard, so many times she lost count until she wasn’t scared any more. It was exciting. It was fun, until…
Books by Christine Lister
Phantoms is set in the dark underground of the famous Paris Opera House and the stage above, where Guiseppi Verdi’s famous opera Macbeth is being rehearsed – exactly one hundred years since the first production of Le Fantome de l’Opera in 1910.
This is a tale about many phantoms – the real, imagined and ethereal – that haunt us all. And about the phantoms who live in the darkest recesses of the world, often lurking behind beautiful facades. It is about parallel worlds, where opera imitates life with potentially catastrophic results.
This is a world where some masks cannot be seen.
How Do I Love Thee?
How Do I Love Thee? is a celebration of love. A lover’s repertoire.
Timeless love quotes are married with images of another enduring love – the beauty and bounty of my garden. So, you too can say to your loved one,
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING