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 was Raymond’s suggestion. I had never really understood art, so I was never very inclined to visit art galleries. I can appreciate the colours, the skill; the talent involved. I understand that there’s talent. Well, most of the time—as Bob Dylan said. Other times . . . Well, I just don’t know. Like […]
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov’s letter to his older brother Nikolai – which features his 8 Qualities of Cultured People – has done the rounds, but there’s no harm in sharing it again for any of you who may have missed it. I come back to it regularly, for it’s always an enjoyable read. It was penned in […]