What I Really Want To Do Is Direct (Red Dress Ink Novels)
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Collins and Rideout's first novel, Speechless (2004), featured beleaguered speechwriter Libby McIsaac. She is back in their second outing, albeit playing second fiddle to her best friend, Roxanne Hastings, a cinematographer who longs to direct. She is hard at work on Illegal Alien, a B movie with fading stars who still manage to be divas. Roxanne is hoping that if she impresses the lecherous British director, she'll land a cinematographer job on his next film, and that he'll consider buying the rights to The Lobby, a script she has optioned and hopes to direct. But when Roxanne's rival, a spoiled daughter of Hollywood, gets the plum second-unit job she was angling for, Roxanne turns to another project: directing a script Libby penned called The Counterfeit Wedding. She is also trying to fight her attraction to fellow cinematographer Damon, whom she once hooked up with. Filled with details about the ins and outs of moviemaking, Collins and Rideout's novel offers a uniquely production-oriented movie setting as well as a charming story. Kristine Huntley
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Book Description Red Dress Ink, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110373895410