Eat Me. Linda Jaivin, Author Broadway Books $20 (p) ISBN Helen a feminist university lecturer and Philippa a writer of a novel-in-progress called Eat Me. Linda Jaivin is the author of eight books, including the bestseller Eat Me – a romp through the lives of four Sydney women and their erotic. Making fun of both cliches about single women and conventions for erotica, Eat Me follows their love lives and the stories they tell one another about them.
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I think my life has become a bit fractured recently. Linda Oh, yes, yes. It was the new biography. I did a lot of research. Nov 09, Jennifer rated it it was amazing.
And, nobody was interested. And that is saying A LOT! With a new introduction by Krissy Kneen, author of Affection and Triptych. Many a laughs were had as I read this book aloud to two girlfriends in the car on our way to a VERY religious wedding ceremony.
Linda Thank you so much, it was a great interview Valerie: Share Eat Me via: To ask other readers questions about Eat Meplease sign up. Additionally, there was this whole convoluted plot line towards the end, a book inside a book, that was just unnecessary. Considering she’s also written Rock’n’Roll Babes From Outerspacethe novel equivalent of the bizarrest of the b I don’t believe this is a work of erotica.
She was the daughter of an American politician, of a millionaire, but beyond that her past was never explored.
I just do chords and things like that. Some of it is genuinely pretty hot, but more of it is also just laughable. Me and my colleagues passed it around and it entertained us all. That includes translations as well as everything else.
It is in fact jalvin work of extreme raunchy wit by a clever satirist who knows to aim for the absurd to make things that more interesting.
Fear Of Flying Erica Jong. Jan 08, Katie M. You have to be very, very true to yourself; write what you want to read.
Linda I think for me I need both, because there is a sense of huge satisfaction when something is finished. I read those diaries.
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Eat Me was her first novel and was a bestseller jaivjn Australia and overseas. It reminded me that I need to focus. I liked how the author switched narrators so you got in everyone’s head. I think workshops are great. If you’re not hooked within reading the first chapter in the supermarket, then I feel bad for you since you must be asexual.