Springtime for Tupper
At a Salary Review Meeting, Gibby has some good news for Martin; Martin’s to be put in charge of his own division at Whitestone, a quality publishing imprint called Camelot New Press. Things get off to a bad start however when the first round of author interviews yield nothing. Through a quirk of fate, Martin remembers an old manuscript he admired, â€˜The Barrel Maker’ by Julian Keppel and stays up all night reading it. He contacts the emotionally fragile author and promises to make it Whitestone’s next bestseller.
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