(From the publisher):
Roxanne Hastings has wanted to be a director ever since she started storyboarding home movies and demanding that her teacher recast her grade-school play...
Even though working her way up the ranks of a film crew has been slow and sometimes grueling, Rox has made it to assistant cinematographer. It's quite a coup, but what she really wants to do is direct.
Rox is convinced that a coveted B-list action movie is going to bring the big break she needs, until a friend's promising screenplay seems ripe for the making and she offers Rox the best seat in the house: the director's chair. Given the chance to call the shots, Rox does what any right-minded wannabe filmmaker would do. She says yes. To both projects. (And the one guy she knows she shouldn't have.)
Can Rox juggle two lives? Either way, it'll be an award-winning performance!
Original title: What I Really Want to Do is Direct
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Women's Fiction→ Chick Lit