My Career Goes Bung: Purporting to be the Autobiography of Sybylla Penelope Melvyn
After Sybylla's novel brings her fame she moves from a small rural town to Sydney where she finds love and adventure. She initially enjoys her new exeriences but becomes disillusioned and returns to Possum Valley
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