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Susan in the City: The Cambridge News Years
Works of: Non-fiction
In August 2006 the editor of the Cambridge Evening News agreed to take me on for six months to write a weekly column called “Susan in the City”. His brief for me was this: “I am looking for a female columnist who can write bright, witty, fun, entertaining, off-the-wall, zany, I’ve done that, I’ve thought that, that’s happened to me, ludicrous, pithy, thought-provoking and occasionally controversial stuff.” The six month trial stretched into ten and a half years, outlasting three editors and one name change to the Cambridge News, and producing five hundred and ten columns. This book contains my eighty favourite columns from my reign as “Susan in the City”.
Other books by Susan Grossey
The Solo Squid: How to Run a Happy One-Person Business
Faith, Hope and Trickery
Portraits of Pretence
Worm in the Blossom
The Man in the Canary Waistcoat
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