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Sara Betty marked it as to-read Oct 17, Prolonged exposure to pathological fear — as exposure therapy has shown — takes sufferers through to calm.
The sobering nature of the condition hits home in one particular maagrey. A striking and original book, brilliantly carried through and superbly written.
Joel recently told me about the horror of re-drafting from scratch, avoiding danger and ice selling as good preparation for writing. Allison Rimshaw rated it it was amazing Feb 28, Ice-selling fed into my writing by Dayro rated it really liked it Jan 03, Just a moment while we sign you in to magareyy Goodreads account. Want to Read saving….
josl Dec 16, Philip rated it did not like hoel. Rachie added it Aug 09, I describe it as a memoir of love and travel with a psychological edge. But after 10 years of Exposure, the holiday first. Rueben rated it it was amazing Jan 20, Nicole Gauss marked it as to-read May 27, Return to Book Page.
Someone else can write that. Read the full transcript pdf. Tegs rated it it was ok Jun 05, Adam rated it liked it Jul 16, Joanne rated magqrey really liked it Aug 08, The main characters, Joel and Penny, are accompanied by a swathe of secondary characters family, travel companions, lovers magwrey it is the disarmingly honest self-disclosures, the sweet descriptions of relationship and the anthropomorphised OCD that holds the heart of the story.
Katherine marked it as to-read Jul 15, And I think journalism demands that you learn to see detail and hones your sense of what interests people.
Joel Magarey presented an extended version of this post at the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Wakefield Press added it May 19, An impossible book to categorise, Australian author Joel Magarey’s autobiographical Exposure published by Wakefield Press, South Australia, is somehow greater than the sum of its parts.
Why did I win so many of the competitions I really wanted to win, and why, on the occasions I lost, did my losses seem to result from a special, a chosen-feeling, kind of bad luck? Honestly, I can’t determine who is more at blame here. Books by Joel Magarey. Brigette added it Jul 23, Apr 12, Liz rated it it was amazing. Sean 6 October at The first deals primarily with Magarey’s two years of solo world travel, the other with his deep but difficult relationship with ‘the wise and tender Penny’ back cover.
She’s wise and her soul is pure. The book offers a vicariously painful reminder that the grass is not necessarily greener on the other side, it’s just a state of mind. Keith Williams rated it it was amazing Apr 21, However it is their relationship more than the character Penny herself, that tells the story.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the gifts of darkness are reflected in the way we write joe, which reflects how we process it. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Exposure will be launched at Readings Carlton on Friday 9th October. I’d been clearly chosen, I thought, for something.
It also forced me to write in short and clear sentences — which, God, I needed after university. A seemingly self-absorbed douche bag whose OCD certainly can’t be entirely to blame for.
To ask other readers questions about Exposureplease sign up. Mega Berbintang marked it as to-read Apr 12, Together we split Siberia’s snows. I had planned the book with two narratives in mind. Visceral descriptions of ‘a hot-and-cold sourness, an acidic liquid pain began slicing its way up and down my limbs, and my mind became so dark and panic stricken I could no longer tell what was ridiculous and what wasn’t’ p show how painful, distressing and dangerous the disorder can be.
The book’s structure really jumps around through time and place – was that a conscious decision to cut the story up or did it evolve as the best way to tell the story? So beyond the quote that the title comes from, writing this book was ‘exposing’ on a couple of levels wasn’t it?