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Rejected Writers Take the Stage (Southlea Bay) Paperback – June 6, 2017
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About the Author
Suzanne Kelman is the author of the Southlea Bay series and an award-winning screenwriter. Born and raised in the United Kingdom, she now lives in Washington in her own version of Southlea Bay with her husband, Matthew; her son, Christopher; and a menagerie of rescued animals. She enjoys tap dancing, theater, and high teas, and she can sing the first verse of “Puff, the Magic Dragon” backward.
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"Same Bat day, same Bat channel, same crazy bats; I thought" -- Janet
An enjoyable, laugh out loud novel that picks up several months after the first book in this series ends. The members of the Rejected Writers Club are quite colorful and full of character themselves. "They [are] an assortment of women of different ages all brought together by a common purpose: reading their awful manuscripts to each other."
While each woman is extremely unique, they bond over their rejected manuscripts and are led by the "head" of the "club," Doris. And she seems to always have a scheme or two up her sleeve as to how to "solve" a problem that has come to her attention. This time it is late mortgage payments of one of
the members that needs to be paid asap. All problems are of a dire and severe nature requiring secret meetings and a bunch of other shenanigans that make everyone love Doris, as she quickly drives them all crazy.
The second book in this series did not disappoint. While new characters were introduced, some past characters suddenly reappeared. And, once again, crisis was averted; there was some good news; and some very young and extremely new members initiated into the book club.
A novel not to be missed and any reader will fully enjoy!! I am looking forward to the next one in this series from Suzanne Kelman. A truly excellent read.
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