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  • Published: 1 May 2017
  • ISBN: 9780143784920
  • Imprint: Penguin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • RRP: $22.99

Air Kisses

Sometimes it's better to kiss than to make up . . .

‘Cheerful, bouncy and sweetly funny.’ Sydney Morning Herald

After Hannah Atkins, the magazine world’s most unlikely beauty editor, is dumped for the local TV weather girl, she adopts some hardcore rules to attain the Perfect Life.

She will learn how to blend her eye makeup so she doesn’t resemble an over-emotional beauty queen. She will triumph over the catty mag-hags waiting to see her trip in her new-season Jimmy Choos. She will not drunkenly disgrace herself at achingly hip PR launches. She will not accidentally go home with inappropriate men.

And she absolutely will not fall in love with one of them . . .

‘Air Kisses is written in such a sexy way that it’s difficult to put down . . . Clever and cheeky.’ Sun-Herald

  • Published: 1 May 2017
  • ISBN: 9780143784920
  • Imprint: Penguin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • RRP: $22.99

About the author

Zoë Foster Blake

Zoë Foster Blake enjoys writing her biography because she can write things like, ‘The literary world was shocked when Foster Blake was controversially awarded the Man Booker prize for the third time’, despite the fact that this is patently untrue.

Things that are true include a decade of journalism writing for titles such as Cosmopolitan, Harper’s BAZAAR and Sunday Style, as well as being the founder of all-natural Australian skin care line, Go-To.

Zoë has written four novels, Air Kisses, Playing the Field, The Younger Man and The Wrong Girl; a dating and relationship book, Textbook Romance, written in conjunction with Hamish Blake; and Amazinger Face, a collection of her best beauty tips and tricks.

She lives in Springfield with her husband, Homer, and her three children, Maggie, Lisa and Bart.

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Praise for Air Kisses

‘Beauty writer turned novelist Zoë Foster proves witty and shrewd in her satirical take on the magazine world . . . This girl can write, with a humour and charm that frequently has you thumbing through the wit-strewn pages of Air Kisses with a smile stretching from ear to ear – at times, even laughing out loud.’

Sunday Age

‘Good fun!’


‘Lip gloss and lust – Zoe Foster's debut novel is heavy on both . . . Her insight into the world of PR schmoozing, designer freebies and bitching mag hags is good fun.’

Herald Sun

‘Zoë Foster ticks all the boxes’

Sunday Mail

‘Entertaining fun’

Woman’s Day

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