A series that follows a story of heartbreak and adventure.

 

Bug has hit her 30s with a bump. An almost wedding, an almost ex-husband, and a bookshop that’s almost turning a profit. With the help of her best friend – free spirit, activist and all-round legend Winnie, she’s going to make it all come good. Probably. Definitely. Maybe.

At least she’s got her friends around her. They may have only met through her book group, but when things are tough, who do you want beside you but Sami – a Phd holding, Bronte obsessed Cabbie; Fiona – a CEO with an ex she can’t forget; and James – a well-meaning rugby fan who hasn’t read a book for many years, but absolutely wants to give it a go.

This bittersweet romantic comedy follows the gang through heartbreak and adventure, over the course of the ten books they read at book group.

Jess Moore is a playwright, scriptwriter, and filmmaker. Her debut play, Gin for Breakfast received an Offie nomination for Best New Play. Her short films, BITTER LEMON and ALONE ONCE have screened internationally at festivals, including Cannes Shorts, Montreal Independent Film Festival, and DIFF. Her play, Next Time sold out at Edinburgh Fringe. She is writing and directing a short film version of that play, entitled To Have and To Hold.

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