Paul Johnson has devoted the majority of his adult life to avoiding the corporate rat-race. He spends his weekends DJing at 21st birthday parties, and no-one can mix ‘Celebration’ into ‘Come On Eileen’ quite like him. But while he knows how to apply the jumper-leads to even the direst of parties, he can’t quite get his life started. He feels trapped in his job, he lives with his parents, and spends most of his spare time hanging out with corporate lawyers.
What Paul wants (what he really, really wants) is to play his own music instead of The Village People’s. But as anyone who’s pushed Pause on their own lives can attest, pressing the Play button again can be very difficult. A romantic comedy that’s equal parts bitingly cynical and naïvely idealistic.
My first novel, published 2009.