Note To Boy
By Sue Clark
A comic novel about what happens when the worlds of a 1960s fashion diva and a modern teenager collide
Wednesday, 18 April 2018
Less than 3% off halfway - and your chance to win an outrageous prize!
Listen up. I have a special treat for someone. Only 3% to go before we reach halfway. As encouragement to reach that magical point, I'm offering my copy of the autobiography, Moll: Making Of Molly Parkin, to the lucky person whose pledge tips the total over to 50%.
Who is Molly Parkin? In the 1960s she was a fashion celebrity and hell-raiser, promiscuous, potty mouthed and a total one-off. At one time she was never out of the newspapers or off the TV, always telling outrageous stories and wearing even more outrageous clothes. Now in her 80s, she's still a formidable force of nature.
Remind you of anyone? Yep, she was one of several women that inspired me to create Eloise Slaughter.
Her crazy life is chronicled in this typically exhuberant autobiography. It's a great read but, I should add, not for the easily offended.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this life-affirming book is to pledge now. We're nearly there. You could be the lucky 50% pledger. Let's make it happen!
And thank you to every single one of the 99 people who have already put their pledges where their mouths are and backed Note to Boy. I love you all!