Somebody Everybody Listens To by Suzanne Supplee

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Retta Lee Jones is blessed with a beautiful voice and has big dreams of leaving her tiny Tennessee hometown. So with a beaten-down car, a pocketful of hard-earned waitressing money, and stars in her eyes, Retta sets out to make it big in Nashville. But the road to success isn't a smooth one, and a girl's gotta figure out who she can trust in a town full of showmen and scammers. Soon Retta begins to have doubts: Can she make her mark and still stay true to herself?


 

About Suzanne Supplee

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Suzanne Supplee (www.SuzanneSupplee.com) lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland.
 
Published May 13, 2010 by Speak. 259 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“Dolly or Loretta or Tammy or Emmylou…my voice is just like Play-Doh: it can take one any shape I want,” says recent high-school graduate Retta Lee Jones.

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Retta's luck starts to change when she meets Ricky, a mechanic who offers her work in his shop.

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Southern Lit Review

I think for most writers, real writers, writing isn’t really a choice.

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Suzanne Supplee’s latest release, Somebody Everybody Listens To (Dutton, May, 2010), will inspire readers to pick up a guitar and sing.

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