Synopses & Reviews
Thank you for your letter. Too bad you won't be able to write. I guess you'll be too busy moving on. Me too. First of all, I'm quite busy socially. Verybusy socially. Plus, my screenwriting is really taking off. I'm basically in discussions with some people. Producer-types. You know. They say moviemaking is the new novel writing. I'm pretty much on the vanguard of that whole thing.
Thanks for the memories.
I'm not sure that quite captures my emotional state. A more accurate reflection of how I feel would have been:
Alice Heart-Torn-into-Small-Pieces-and-Then-Thrown-Away MacLeod
The heroine of "Alice, I Think"and "Miss Smithers" returns and thinks she finally has found the key to a mature, well-balanced life. Through her screenplay, she will receive fame and fortune. Meanwhile, her mother is in jail, her father insists she find a job, and Goose, the man of her dreams, leaves town.
About the Author
Susan Juby dropped out of fashion design college at a young age and it shows. She lives on an island with her husband, James, and their dog, who prefers to remain anonymous. Alice, I Think is Susan Juby's first novel. She hopes there will be many more, as a career in fashion does not, at this point, seem likely.