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August Reading Wrap Up

Total Books Read: 19
Fiction: 19
Non-Fiction: 0
Library Books: 0
Books On My TBR List: 3
Books in a Series: 11
Authors I’d Never Read Before: 449 more words

Review: Deeper Water - Jessie Cole

Deeper Water
Jessie Cole
Harper Collins AUS
2014, 337p
Copy courtesy of the author

Mema lives a sheltered life, at home with her mother in a remote cottage deep in bushland. 970 more words

Deeper Water - Jessie Cole

Mema and her mother lead an isolated existence on a remote bush property in Queensland. Their only neighbours are Mema’s older sister, Sophie, who lives nearby with her two small children, and Mema’s friend, Anja, who lives with her abusive father. 186 more words

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Deeper Water, by Jessie Cole

Something rather odd happened when I finished reading Jessie Cole’s second novel last night.

Usually when I finish reading a book, I close the covers, and mull over it for a while.  1,246 more words

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Melbourne Writers' Festival 21 - 31 August

Jessie will be appearing at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival

 What I learned About Sex From Reading

Alissa Nutting’s bold debut Tampa is about predatory sex. Jessie Cole’s new novel, Deeper Water, tends towards sensuality and tenderness. 73 more words

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Byron Bay Writers' Festival 2014

For a great write up of Jessie’s panel with Inga Simpson, check out the Byron Bay Writers’ Festival Blog Post: The Nest Isn’t Always Safe: The Topic of Home with Jessie Cole and Inga Simpson. 57 more words

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Deeper Water Launched!

“Elemental, slightly weird and truly sexy …” Geordie Williamson launching Deeper Water. 12 more words

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