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Spinning Out

Christine Darcas

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Ginny is not sure what she wants....New York or Melbourne? Career or love?

Ginny and Barb might be mother and daughter, but as far as Ginny is concerned they are very different.

At thirty-three, Ginny needs a break from work, men and her mother. A three-month stay in Australia with her best friend is the perfect escape. But meeting Lachlan and having to choose between career and love, New York and Melbourne, wasn't what she expected. Her mother and best friend have their opinions about what she should do, but Ginny is determined to make her own way.

SPINNING OUT is a moving and insightful novel about realising that life never goes to plan.

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Praise for Spinning Out

  • A charming story written with panache and flair funny and surprising, a real joy. - Australian Women's Weekly on DANCING BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS

  • A beautifully written novel - New Idea on DANCING BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS

  • By page 100 your feet will be tapping - Australian Coast to Coast Country Style on DANCING BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS

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Christine Darcas

Christine Darcas's short stories, memoir and journalism pieces have appeared in both Australian and overseas publications. In addition to her creative writing, Christine writes to advocate fundraising for Victoria's Autism Spectrum Disorder community. She is passionate about Latin-American and Ballroom dancing and has successfully competed at a variety of levels within Australian Dancesport. She was born and raised in the US and lives in Melbourne with her husband and two children. She is the author of the novels DANCING BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS and SPINNING OUT, both published by Hachette Australia. For more information visit

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