By Michelle Cunnah
Meet writer Michelle Cunnah and the loveable characters she creates during this younger, humorous story of husband-hunting, job-hunting, and –toughest of all – apartment-hunting in New York.
A occasion, a promoting, and a minimum of, a suggestion. On her 30th birthday, Emma Taylor isn’t requesting a lot. in its place, she will get omitted in each means: by way of her corporation, via her boyfriend, or even by means of her party-loving acquaintances, whose concept of the right reward is a bottle of breast-enhancing pills.
Now, kicked out of her boyfriend’s condominium and fixed operating for the weenie who beat her out for the activity, Emma is depressing, homeless, and dozing behind her automobile. yet who knew what a great spot the streets should be for assembly lovely males? Emma would possibly not have a lot filling up her bikini most sensible, yet she does have the selection to come back on her ft, so she strikes in with horny Jack (strictly in a landlord/tenant capacity), stands proud her chin (and her chest) and will get tricky at paintings. probably flat women may have a few enjoyable …
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But havi ng just read Saye rs ’ d i ctum th at inertia a nd escapism are the modern selling of the soul, I have an uneasy feeling. How fares my soul? Is there a task lying to my hand, unnoticed? Oh dear, I really don’t want to go all political again, especially in wartime! And I do so feel convinced that reform is necessary. Still, I’d better make up my mind in what direction first—so here’s to the pursuit of knowledge, through literature. Escapism again! I sit musing, hearing the November gale rattle the window and door, and it seems to me that this warm bright room is a bubble over the European caldron.
Felt pleased that I was not frightened, but I probably shall be when there are real bangs. Sweated carrying goods up three flights of stairs from the lorries. Damn mad to hear that one man had borrowed a byke and gone off to his sister who lived near—missed most of the heavy work. Went to the nearest pub at midday and sat in the garden with a shandy and my own sandwiches. Back to more sweat as we made some tea. Then asked to go as my things were in order. Not very popular but given permission. Tore off to rendezvous with Friend on Common.
Chats to parents over a cup of tea, fairly cheerfully, but is very dismal when we are alone. Goes at 7:30. I do some more to windows, leaving all the bits about untidily; unusual. Sister-in-law learns that Mother cannot see in gas mask with- 13 14 | i — War in Name Only out glasses and decides must stay home with baby. Tells Chief. I get German news in English. Call parents. It is mirror version of ours. Well put over. Probably appeals to Germans as ours to us. Blah but something to listen to. Like King’s speech.
32AA by Michelle Cunnah