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My Book

You can pre-order my book, just_a_girl. Just click on the pic.

You can order my book, just_a_girl. Just click on the pic.

Very excited to announce that my debut novel just_a_girl was published in 2013 by UWA Publishing.

Buy the book.

If you’d like to buy a copy (in Australia/NZ), it’s available from Readings, Gleebooks, Booktopia, in paperback from Amazon, and an ebook from iBooks and Amazon.com.au.

Bloggers and reviewers out there, always happy to send a review copy. You can contact me…

Here’s a synopsis.

just_a_girl tears into the fabric of contemporary culture. A Puberty Blues for the digital age, a Lolita with a webcam, it’s what happens when young girls are forced to grow up too fast. Or never get the chance to grow up at all.

Layla is only 14. She cruises online. She catches trains to meet strangers. Her mother, Margot, never suspects. Even when Layla brings a man into their home. Margot’s caught in her own web: an evangelical church and a charismatic pastor. Meanwhile, downtown, a man opens a suitcase and tenderly places his young lover inside.

just_a_girl is a contemporary adult novel about being isolated and searching for a sense of connection, faith, friendship and healing, and explores what it’s like to grow up negotiating the digital world of facebook, webcams, internet porn, mobile phones and cyberbullying – a world where the line between public and private is increasingly being eroded.

Praise for ‘just_a_girl’

See a full list of media and reviews.

‘Kirsten’s writing startles: it’s so daringly innovative, it makes other writing seem exhausted.
(Sue Woolfe, author of The Oldest Song in the World, The Secret Cure, Leaning Towards Infinity)

‘just_a_girl is gritty, wise and frequently funny. An edgy exploration of contemporary adolescence and a perceptive examination of the complexities of mid-life, it’s a novel you’ll remember long after you read the final pages.’
(Wendy James, author of The Mistake, Where Have You Been?, Out of the Silence)

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  3. This looks interesting! I’ll definitely check it out.

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