Single again after fifteen years of marriage, playwright Brenda Gordon searches for her new identity in New York, London and Cyprus, often confusing and blending reality with her fictional characters. In her new status, will it be serial monogamy, numerous marriages and divorces, celibacy, or will what was old become new again? She openly explores all possibilities, learning and growing in the process. When she rewrites, revises and polishes the script, she no longer feels like she’s on a blind date with herself. She faces her demons and moves on. Not young, not old, it is the afternoon of her life. And everyone knows the sun is hottest in the afternoon.
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Boston-born Susan Surman lived abroad for over twenty-one years in London and Sydney as an actress and playwright (Gracie Luck / Susan Kramer ). She lives in North Carolina where she is working on her eighth novel.
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