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Note to Boy is a comedy about faded fame and unlikely friendship. It’s also about celebrity and, quite often, gin. But mostly, it’s about giving the reader a good laugh.

Though she’s never been rich and famous, author Sue Clark, has seen celebrity from the side-lines.

She’s grilled John Humphreys, quipped with Ronnie Corbett and danced with a James Bond. She’s penned funny lines for the likes of Lenny Henry, June Whitfield, Roy Hudd and David Jason. She’s been a radio and TV scriptwriter on such shows such as Alas Smith and Jones, Weekending, The News Huddlines and The Jason Explanation. Alongside all that, she had a more conventional career as a PR, journalist, copywriter, guidebook author, secretary and, for one brief summer, a reader of books for a film producer. Now she’s written her first novel.