Thursday, September 07, 2006
Two women buy a desk in a thrift shop. In the desk they find a secret compartment. In the compartment they find a diary/journal of one Amy Zoe Mason.
These women attempt to find out exactly who Amy Zoe Mason was. She died young, a few years ago.
Their discovery of the diary and their attempts to learn about Amy Zoe Mason get turned into a manuscript.
The manuscript is picked up by Simon & Schuster, with the journal published as a piece of fiction.
This work and the women's attempts at detective work sound fascinating...and mysterious.
The book is called Journal: The Short Life and Mysterious Death of Amy Zoe Mason.
If anyone were to find my handwritten diaries and journals after I'm gone, and if the person approaches a publisher and the publisher deems the books worthy of publication, please, in the press kits, or on the book jackets, don't refer to my life as FICTION.