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The Ghost Writer 2011 Edition

eBook (PDF), 58 Pages
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Jack Somerfield is tired of his mediocre life. He has been ghost writing for other people and is desperate to make a name for himself but lacks the confidence to do so. He decides to emigrate to Canada from London to be with his girlfriend and closer to his publisher. When he arrives, he settles in quickly but struggles to come up with ideas for a story. Eventually, the writer’s block is lifted and Jack really gets stuck into it, working all day and all night. His life is taking a turn in the right direction and he begins to get excited about his new project and the opportunities it could bring. His publisher has always been supportive of him, as has his girlfriend, Lisa. Jack finally believed in himself. He knew things would be different from now on, he just didn’t realise how different things would be. The lack of sleep was catching up with Jack and was affecting his relationship with Lisa. Then one fateful day, while driving back from town, Jack’s life would never... More > be the same again< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
58
File Format
PDF
File Size
293.05 KB
Product ID
17367106

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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