(The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley


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  • The Editor
  • Steven Rowley
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    Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley Steven Rowley ↠ 2 Free read (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley 45 starsSteven Rowley's The Editor really hit the spot for me It was utterly charming it had so much heart and it dealt with some of my favorite subjects—family dysfunction struggles with self confidence writing secrets and the relationships that crop up in the most unlikely of placesJames Smale has always dreamed of being a write

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    Read The Editor (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley I actually suealed when I first read the synopsis for this one I thought it was such a clever idea for a historical fiction book and

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    Steven Rowley ↠ 2 Free read Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley Read The Editor How would you react if you show up at a meeting with a publisher and find out to your surprise that the editor is none other than Jackie Kennedy Onassis? This is the situation James Smale finds himself in when the book opens It seems Jackie has fallen in love with his autobiographical novel based on his dysfunctional family and she and James will work together to edit his book What a terrific premise and the wit and humor only added to my

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    (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley Unpublished author James Smale is star struck Who wouldn’t be? When he finally secures a book deal his editor is none other than Mrs Jackie Onassis However there is one major snag Mrs Onassis is less than thrilled with t

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    (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley Steven Rowley ↠ 2 Free read I loved the audacity of Steven Rowley He actually uses Jacueline Kennedy Onassis as one of his main characters N

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    (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley OMG and I’m not a fan of that phrase but I’m listening to the audio and it is brilliant Michael Urie fits as tight as “James Smale’s glove” as his character and narrator Out today Run to the bookstore or your computer to order Read and or listenJames Smale has wanted to write books since he first jammed out a

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    (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley Steven Rowley ↠ 2 Free read Read The Editor THE EDITOR is written by the same author that wrote LILY AND THE OCTOPUS which is a book I lovedImagine that after pouring your heart into writing a book a publishing house in NY calls you to have your work polished by an editor and

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    (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley Read The Editor I had high hopes and high expectations for this book I loved the premise of the book and was interested to see how the author would portray J

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    (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley There are some books that start up out of the gate as gang busters and make you think that this book is one for you That is how this book began for me When I got to the fifty percent point I started to think oh n

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    Read The Editor (The Editor) PDF/EBOOK Ø Steven Rowley Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley James Smale has finished writing his first novel “uarantine” and an editor at Doubleday is interested in publishing it Until he arrives for his first meeting about the book he doesn’t know that the editor is Jacueline Kennedy Onassis James never stops being awed by her aura history and celebrity uarantine is about mothers and sons and Mrs Onassis is drawn to the book In her gentle prodding of James to imp

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The Editor Free read Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley Read The Editor From the bestselling author of Lily and the Octopus comes a novel about a struggling writer who gets his big break with a little help from the most famous woman in AmericaAfter years of trying to make it as a writer in 1990s New York City James Smale finally sells his novel to an editor at a major publishing house none other than Jacueline Ke. I actually suealed when I first read the synopsis for this one I thought it was such a clever idea for a historical fiction book and I was really impressed with the author s ability to think a little outside the box Instead of having a story revolve around Jackie Kennedy Onassis and her time as First Lady this book features a writer who receives uite the surprise when he finds out Mrs Onassis is going to be the editor for his book Her time working for a publishing house and the last few years of her life haven t been written about as much as some of the earlier periods of her life so I was excited to read this oneI wouldn t even say I m a big fan of the Kennedy family but I do find them fascinating particularly the women and find myself reading either historical fiction or non fiction books about them every once in awhile Now while this book falls into the historical fiction category it is fiction than fact based Essentially the author took a fact about Jackie in this case she was an editor and used his imagination to come up with the rest of the story All in all I think he did a pretty good job at depicting the former First Lady I loved how this book took place in the publishing world in the 1990s and really enjoyed that feeling like I was getting an inside look into the process a book goes through before it is published I was actually surprised at how much depth there was to the story as it wasn t just a simple story about a writer and his extremely famous editor It takes awhile to head in a meaningful direction but it does eventually explore some interesting subjects including mother son dynamics So if the whole writing thing or even Jackie O isn t all that appealing consider checking this one out as you might still find it to be a worthwhile read The only small criticism I have is I didn t like the plot device that was used during the Thanksgiving dinner Yes it set the stage for things to come but I was still disappointed Basically I wish the author would have come up with something else in order to accomplish everything he wanted to in the rest of the story This is just a nitpick though as overall I really enjoyed the book Definitely recommend as a good readThank you to First to Read for the opportunity to read an advance digital copy I was under no obligation to post a review here and all views expressed are my honest opinion

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The Editor Free read Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley Read The Editor Nnedy Onassis Jackie or Mrs Onassis as she's known in the office has fallen in love with James's candidly autobiographical novel one that exposes his own dysfunctional family But when the book's forthcoming publication threatens to unravel already fragile relationships both within his family and with his partner James finds that he can't brin. Unpublished author James Smale is star struck Who wouldn t be When he finally secures a book deal his editor is none other than Mrs Jackie Onassis However there is one major snag Mrs Onassis is less than thrilled with the ending which she urges him to re write This leads James to confront and untangle the knot of his relationship with his mother Who among us doesn t struggle with relationships James observations actions and revelations are sardonic droll and uite relatable even if you ve never been a mother or a son Overall an agreeable novel that also provides a glimpse into the way authors and editors craft a finished book

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The Editor Free read Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Steven Rowley Read The Editor G himself to finish the manuscript Jackie and James develop an unexpected friendship and she pushes him to write an authentic ending encouraging him to head home to confront the truth about his relationship with his mother Then a long held family secret is revealed and he realizes his editor may have had a larger plan that goes beyond the pag. There are some books that start up out of the gate as gang busters and make you think that this book is one for you That is how this book began for me When I got to the fifty percent point I started to think oh no this book is sliding downhill but hoped that it would once again be the five star read it was in the beginning Unfortunately that didn t occur and as I continued to read I became and disappointedThe premise of a new author s book being edited by the indomitable Jacueline Kennedy Onasis was a draw into the story though of course not the main idea James Smale the author is a man who is initially elated and develops a relationship with Mrs Onassis Then however as we learn about James and his tenuous relationship to his mother and his doubts about his unsuspecting boyfriend I began to see a flawed character It s not that I don t like flawed characters in my books but James seemed to me to be a whiny pouting character True he faced a revelation that was awful but he fed into his desperation He seemed to wallow in sorrow and he became a character I could not help but dislike Perhaps that is the reason why I found this book to be boring as James continued to be that woe is me person as the story continuedI know there are many of my book friends who found this story to be ever so worthwhile so please do take look at their reviews when deciding if this story is for you For me it was not worth my time and effort and the disappointment I felt seemed to increase with every pageJan and I tried to read this story together but it was a book we both felt was not for us