Susan Israelson, "Water Baby"
It’s the ‘60s and twenty-year-old Ali Abrams is ahead of her time. Way ahead. Not willing to be a secretary or housewife, she’s a hopeless romantic and her own worst enemy.
Ali’s transformation from college girl to career woman is a racy ride through that explosive era of sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll. From the sun-soaked beaches of Fire Island to cutthroat Madison Avenue, Water Baby is a sparkling New York coming of age story steeped in glamour and sixties counterculture. It’s a hilarious, brutally honest tale of breaking hearts and breaking rules, about looking for love in all the wrong places and finding oneself along the way.
SUSAN ISRAELSON was born and raised in Manhattan, a graduate of Smith College. She was a fashion coordinator and a Madison Avenue advertising copywriter. She is the co-author of Lovesick, the Marilyn Syndrome. She writes poetry, the occasional tagline, paints and plays tennis between East Hampton, San Miguel de and Paris.
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