"I read this in less than a day -
I was obsessed with the insight into the murky world of modelling, and the way Sara-Ella explores the feelings of "other" that can consume so much of our twenties. It's a must-read for everyone who had ever dreamt of being a somebody. One of the most seductive and accomplished debuts I have ever read."
LAURA JANE WILLIAMS
Author of Our Stop
Sara-Ella Ozbek is a London based writer. Her debut novel The High Moments was recently published by Simon & Schuster and is currently being developed for television by Makeready Productions and Chapter One. Her second novel Nothing I Wouldn't Do is set for release with the same publisher next year.
Aside from her novels, Sara-Ella is developing a production for The Young Vic theatre alongside composer Richard Thomas, and a feature film for Standalone Pictures, produced by Charles Finch. She has written non-fiction for titles including The Independent, Tatler, Because Magazine, Suitcase, Drugstore Culture, Voyage D’Etudes and Soho House Notes, covering stories on fashion, travel, culture and – when she’s allowed to – feminism.
Previously, she worked in the fashion industry.