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Soap Operas, Single Moms, & Politics: What Could Go Wrong? Guest Sarahlyn Bruck

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sarahlyn Bruck is the author of Daytime Drama (2021) and Designer You (2018). Her debut novel, Designer You won the 2019 Indie Star Book Award and was included on the 2018 “35 Over 35” list. 

Sarahlyn grew up in the Bay Area and spent a great deal of time in Southern California, where she attended college before moving to West Hollywood. The years of living and working in L.A. gave Sarahlyn a taste for the fun, fast, ambitious, and creative people involved in the entertainment industry. When Sarahlyn and her family moved to Philadelphia in the summer of 2007, she fell in love with the east coast feeling of being close to the center of politics and culture, but she never forgot or lost her affection for the buzz of the entertainment industry. Her latest novel, Daytime Drama, was born of that love and the cold Philadelphia winter. 

When she’s not writing novels, Sarahlyn teaches writing and literature at a local community college. She still lives in Philadelphia with her husband, daughter, and cockapoo.

ABOUT THE BOOK - DAYTIME DRAMA

Soap opera star by day, harried, single mom by night, Calliope Hart’s life is a delicate balancing act. When the network cancels her show, Callie’s world crumbles and she must decide whether it’s more important to fight to save the show or take a risk and start over from scratch.

By day, for 25 years, soap opera fans have known actress Calliope Hart as Napa Valley’s resident diva, Jessica Sinclair. By night, Callie is a flustered breadwinner, scrambling to provide for her 12-year-old son and her mother. So when the network announces that her show will be canceled, Callie is beyond shocked—she doesn’t know who she is anymore.

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