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The author of the book: Jack Gunthridge
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Date of issue: August 20th 2012
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When Candice, a teenage girl, dies on her way home from the prom, she starts to go up to heaven. On the way, she runs into the soul of a handsome man. Her hopes of finding a lasting love with this man are interrupted as his soul is placed into the body of a newborn.
Through out of body experiences, she is able to be with the man of her dreams at night as his body sleeps. But as the boy grows up, will she be satisfied with just his soul as his body starts to become interested in other women?
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Read information about the authorTechnically I am an internationally award winning filmmaker. I became an author when I turned one of my screenplays into a novel. I don't really make a distinction between my film work and my written works. It's the 21st century. Everything is a text and a way of telling a story. It doesn't matter to me if the words I write are never seen by an audience the way they are in my films, or if they are read by an audience and never seen on screen. The distinctions only matter to those who like to label people.
I define myself as a writer, director, producer, and star because I write, direct, produce, and star in my works. I generally tend to do comedy or romantic comedy. I would say that I am a comedian. My works have a romantic element to them, but I'm funnier than a typical romantic comedy. Come to think about it, I am more romantic than a typical comedy.
How about we just agree to not reallly define me by the terms that we typically know? I mean, my last film won Best Experimental at a film festival in Mumbai, India. It was a modern day retelling of Beauty and the Beast. I based it largely on my own life. In fact, it was the most autobiographical piece I have ever done.
I don't think it is a good thing when a movie about your love life is deemed the best experimental film at a festival. It wasn't even anything unusual. It was your typical boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl in the end love story. It's not like we haven't see that before. Of course, if any body wants to credit me with that, I will gladly accept it.