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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Not everybody jaovin going to be a great writer. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. Fear Of Flying Erica Jong. Linda One of the things that I think is very important for writers to manage a little bit better than I usually, because I think sleep is really, really a great thing. Do you actually have sort of a strict schedule that you do this then, lidna this then?

Dec 02, Alex West rated it liked it Shelves: A little bit later when I was in high school there was a creative writing class that was introduced as a new element in the curriculum. Jul 16, Sonia rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really like the Infernal Optimist. It is in fact a work of extreme raunchy wit by a clever satirist who knows to aim for the absurd to make things that more interesting.

Dec 17, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. Published April 13th by Broadway Books first published September 1st Highly amusing, sections of the story are completely over the top, and there is certainly nothing held back.

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Chuck Berry once said that if you want to have a ke, “write a song with the name of a town in it, then all the people in the town will buy the record. The first chapter blew me away and I thought, “What the heck am I reading, and why am I even continuing? I never studied writing from the time I was excluded from that high school class.


Things like she eaf seduced by a Doctor Jack Fee in a restaurant called the Hens and Chickens, or Poultry, or something. They clash a bit and the ending is somewhat weak. I got a good start on it and I realized it was absolute crap and threw it away. The article is called Linda Jaivin: I took notes on the way he spoke.

Furthermore, if a grape is lodged so far up your vagina that you cannot extract it, maybe that’s a hint to not try it a second time. Would recommend to all my friends that loved The Bridge Stripped Bare. I would write things all the time. I know what you’re thinking and you’re right.

He was one of my best friends and also a major figure in the Chinese world. I liked how the author switched narrators so you got in everyone’s head. Sex with fruit in supermarkets anyone? I just do chords and things like that. I was writing poetry all the time. Jun 01, Erin rated it it was ok Shelves: I always find things more erotic when they’re set in some exotic location – like Australia.

I mean how do you fight them? I wanted to know everything about her, and I wanted to know how to unlock the secrets of what she told Morrison and Morrison recorded in his diary. Aug 09, Miss Featherhead rated it liked it. Share this book share High resolution cover picture Preview this book books View book rights notepad.

Refresh and try again. I did tons of research around every aspect of the story behind A Most Immoral Woman.

Linda Jaivin: Best-selling author of Eat Me

Who want to write books? Then in the second chapter, when the “real” characters were introduced not the story within a storyI couldn’t keep track of who was talking and I only got to page 32 before the mindless chatter started to completely bore me and I began to tune out. Enjoyable read that came highly recommended to me. I put it, but nobody wanted to publish it.


Every once and eatt, after reading something or several things really thoughtful or heavy, or that I just feel take a lot of reading energy, I like to pick up some fluff that I know I can blow through in a day or two. How did that idea come about to start off with?

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What fascinates you about it? 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. If slight, however, it is also fun, a pleasant afternoon’s entertainment.

Contemporary Fiction Erotic Fiction. I don’t believe this is a work of erotica.

Write something that means something to you. So, it occurred to me only when my teacher wrote that little, probably for her quite offhand comment, on my essay on Cyrano de Bergerac.

Structurally the stories don’t stick together as well as they should. Valerie Tell us how that- has that always been there?

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I did have that with that. So bad on so many levels. There is lots and lots of sex, so if you’re looking for that, Eat Me delivers, but the sex scenes are a little lackluster, trite stories about sailors and truck mechanics and horseback riding. Reality is not easy lindq separate from fantasy or fiction in all of this — and Eat Me turns out to be a novel within another novel, with postmodern narrative games all around.