I Say Tomato: a novel

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Scribe Publications Pty Limited, May 3, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Sunny, a young Australian actress, has recently arrived in Hollywood — having left heartbreak behind at home — and is still finding her feet. Soon enough, she’s auditioning for parts, being swept off to the Sundance Film Festival and negotiating tricky cross-cultural misunderstandings. And all the time, she’s trying to work out what — and who — is really important in her life.

I Say Tomato is both a satire of the LA film scene and a charming romantic comedy, filled with humour and heart. It’s about a young woman trying to find herself, but perhaps looking in all the wrong places.

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About the author (2010)

Katie Wall is an Australian actress. She has appeared in films and TV series including Clubland, My Year without Sex, Underbelly 2, Dirt Game, Noise, and Love My Way. She won an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actress for Marking Time. I Say Tomato is her first novel.

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