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Julie Gittus

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Julie Gittus lives in Maldon, Australia. Her young adult fiction novel, Saltwater Moons, was published in August 2008.

Julie is also a short story writer. Her stories have been broadcast on radio and included in Australian anthologies including New Australian Stories, by Scribe in 2009.

Sometimes Julie transforms her stories into hand-made books that she exhibits at festivals. Julie also runs writing and bookmaking workshops.


Average rating: 3.55 · 120 ratings · 29 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
Saltwater Moons
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Julie Gittus and 1 other person liked Lea's review of Saltwater Moons:
Saltwater Moons by Julie Gittus
"This is the story of a young girl who lives in Wattle Glen, close to where I used to live. But apart from the pleasure of reading about familiar scenery, the writing itself held me. How vivid were the best friends scenarios, with the fights, betra..." Read more of this review »
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“People say that it's the big decisions that are important... that these are the type of issues worthy of prolonged consideration. But no one ever explains how it's the little choices that send your life careening in another direction.”
Julie Gittus, Saltwater Moons

“But I don't believe coincidences are chance events. I think they're the times we happen to see the mysterious pattern connecting everything.”
Julie Gittus, Saltwater Moons

“But no one ever explains how it's the little choices that send your life careening in another direction, like deciding to send a poem in the mail or saying yest to a walk on a moonless night.”
Julie Gittus, Saltwater Moons




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