The Secret Diaries of a Frigid Mole [NOOK Book]

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From the writer of Blue Heelers, Full Frontal, Stingers, Neighbours, Home and Away, All Saints and Packed to the Rafters, Frigid Mole perfectly captures the comedy, the joy and the sheer awfulness of being a teenager.

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The Secret Diaries of a Frigid Mole

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Overview

From the writer of Blue Heelers, Full Frontal, Stingers, Neighbours, Home and Away, All Saints and Packed to the Rafters, Frigid Mole perfectly captures the comedy, the joy and the sheer awfulness of being a teenager.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011251535
  • Publisher: Jenny Lewis
  • Publication date: 3/26/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 329,872
  • File size: 483 KB

Meet the Author

Jenny Lewis began her writing career in 1987 in her home town of Melbourne, on the very successful sketch series The Comedy Company. After writing many a sketch for iconic characters Kylie Mole, Con the Fruiterer and Sharon and Darren, Jenny moved to Sydney to take up a position as a writer and storyliner with the hit Aussie soap, Neighbours, which soon led to a Story Editing position. In 1993 Jenny returned to Melbourne, where she worked as a writer, story editor or script editor on a variety of productions, including All Saints, Stingers, Something in the Air, Neighbours, Blue Heelers, Full Frontal, Jimeoin and Packed to the Rafters. Jenny has also lectured on screenwriting, and self published her first book, The Secret Diaries of a Frigid Mole. She has recently written articles for leading Melbourne and Sydney newspapers on the lack of good female role models in the media and has been interviewed frequently on radio and in the print media on the subject. She is happily settled in Sydney’s inner west.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2012

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    There are very few books that I don't finish, and to be honest, there were a couple of times I thought about quitting this one. But being a middle school teacher for many years, I knew that the things this girl had to work through during her middle school years were true and honest, even though it might have seemed overly dramatic and exaggerated. This was a really good coming of age story. 'Nuf said. Read it for yourself!

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