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Jessica Seaborn



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15 August 2023
A smart, funny and heartfelt anti-romcom by a bright new voice in Australian fiction.

Prue is about to turn thirty and feels like everyone else is living their best life. Her friends are posting online about their amazing relationships, exciting travel plans and newborn babies. Prue, on the other hand, has been dumped by her fiance, she's dropped out of uni, and her job counselling lonely people only makes her feel more alone.

With the help of her best friend, Delia, Prue sets three goals to turn her life around before her milestone birthday- ditch the job, move out of her brother's house, and find love.

But when Delia's perfect marriage begins to crack, and a secret threatens to shatter their friendship, Prue realises there's a difference between seeming to have a perfect life and finding your own perfect-ish life. And maybe being far from picture perfect is perfectly okay.

Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   459g
ISBN:   9781761340031
ISBN 10:   1761340034
Pages:   368
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Born and raised in Brisbane, Jessica Seaborn lives in Sydney and works as a television and film publicist at Stan. Prior to this, she worked at SBS, Allen & Unwin and HarperCollins. Her writing has been published in The Sydney Morning Herald, NewsCorp's Body & Soul and Feminartsy. In 2020, she did Curtis Brown Creative where she completed the first draft of her debut novel, Perfect-ish. She lives in Western Sydney with her partner and a 50kg bull mastiff named Boof. She turned 30 in August.

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