Dianne Touchell





Dianne Touchell


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Dianne Touchell is a middle child who feared Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy — and any other stranger who threatened to break into the house at night.

She has worked, amongst other things, as a nightclub singer, a fish and chip shop counter girl (not with Pauline Hanson) and a bookseller. Dianne would rather talk to her dog than answer the phone.

Average rating: 3.54 · 822 ratings · 182 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
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“Beginnings are pitiless things; they are full of promise and hope that they never have to realise.”
Dianne Touchell, Creepy and Maud

“Am I sounding creepy? Love is sort of creepy. When you fall in love, you presuppose all sorts of things about the person. You superimpose all kinds of ideals and fantasies on them. You create all manner of unrealistic, untenable, unsatisfiable criteria for that person, automatically guaranteeing their failure and your heartbreak. And what do we call it? Romance. Now that’s creepy.”
Dianne Touchell, Creepy and Maud

“We have our own place in the space between windows.”
Dianne Touchell, Creepy and Maud

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