Leaving Sadie - A Novel
Henry Sears is a struggling writer whose latest play hinges on the actions of a mercurial-but-genius Oscar-winning actor. Sadie Cohen is a fledgling songwriter whose big break could be upended by an ongoing family crisis. Henry and Sadie are also a couple—but with the stresses of daily life, family feuds and artistic aspirations, there's only so much any couple can take.
The debut novel by screenwriter S.J. Coules, Leaving Sadie is a tale of love, family, friendship and ambition in the tumultuous 21st century.
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It seems like all we hear is how awful and unjust the world is today. Judging by the news media you’d think we’re living in typically harsh, oppressive, hateful times. But the reality is, in fact, quite the opposite. Globally, extreme poverty is down (Reuters). Literacy is rising, which cognitive scientist Steven Pinker argues is […]
The Dublin Inquirer’s glowing review of the feature film I wrote ‘A Day Like Today’ – something to come back to every now and then 😉 “Walsh, screenwriter Shane Coules and the entire cast and crew of the production have made something very special.” https://www.dublininquirer.com/2016/03/23/a-day-like-today-reviewed/