Alligators and Jack Nicholson

Alligators and Jack Nicholson

by Sally Squires


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Women and their many and varied roles in society are often overlooked. These stories spotlight women as the main protagonists of the action. From the instant connection of Molly (60) and the speechless Ruby (3) to the 92-year old freedom fighter Zanthus, the stories explore the courage that women bring to their everyday lives and to the lives and well-being of their families and colleagues. From the desert landscape of Australia to the drawing rooms of London and the swamps of Louisiana, the women of this book make their mark and carry out their every day challenges with strong hearts fearlessly.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781466225640
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/24/2011
Pages: 114
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.24(d)

About the Author

Sally Squires is an Australian writer/director/producer, who moved to New York in 1997. She won an award for writing a documentary in Singapore and has written many children's stories including The Mouse Who Danced at Covent Garden, which was made into a TV show and a radio serial. This story is the first chapter of her children's book "Micetralia".
Sally makes short films, documentaries and features and has a weekly TV show,
Metro Elvis, which is broadcast in New York and Honolulu. Sally also writes feature film scripts, plays, comedy, novels, poetry, short stories and song lyrics.
She has produced several short films, a half hour children's TV show called "Wizzo Bizzo Gizzmos" and several half hour TV specials.
One of her feature film scripts set in New York, "Declaration of Peace", was chosen for a directed screenplay reading and she has written several other feature film scripts. Sally directed and produced two feature length documentaries: "The Day The Sky Fell" on the World Trade Center events and "Did You Ever Have a Dream" about a brilliant disabled musician who lives in Harlem.
She was also assistant director and associate producer on the feature film "The Situation" which won best feature film at Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival in 2006 and which has been showcased at five film festivals across the country.
One of her novels "Napoleon's Last Night" was chosen as a finalist in the New Orleans William Wisdom-William Faulkner awards in 2010.
After spending a year in Vietnam in 2009/2010, she has now relocated to Honolulu.
She can be contacted at:

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