The Girl who wasn't Good Enough

Lynda Collins is a 1960s teenager who dreams of a better life,and of being loved.
Not much to ask, is it? More

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Words: 123,040
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781476479903
About Liz Wainwright

When people ask me where it all comes from, this writing, I tell them I have this special software - it's called 'my imagination'. There's reality and experience in the background though; for example, when I was young we lived in a run-down pub not unlike The Black Bull.

I first started writing when I was a young Mum with two small children. I entered a novel writing competition in a magazine - I didn't win, but it taught me to type!

My characters do most of the writing for me, they become voices in my head and take on a life of their own. They're no angels, and they get into the sort of relationship situations which fascinate me. They make me care about them; they make me cry, and they make me laugh. I hope they'll do the same for you.

'Liz's Drama Press Reviews'
'...dry and kindly observation ...with real passion.' The Guardian
'... a good ear and understanding.' The Sunday Times
'...with sharp characterisation....and a density of emotion...compelling entertainment.' The Stage
'...a strong and realistic play.' The Times
'... a dryly comic play....' Northern Star
'An entertaining play... and a Dahl-like twist' The Independent on Sunday
'...poignant depiction of budding friendships...
could be appreciated by anyone' Theater Forum (USA)
' ..best ... driven by urgent concerns with real people.' The Times Higher Educational Supplement

Visit Liz's web pages: http://www.lizscript.co.uk

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