Book ‘First Time for Everything’ by Henry Fry

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An unflinchingly honest, wickedly funny, and heartfelt debut about a down-on-his-luck gay man working out how he fits into the world, making up for lost time, and opening himself up to life’s possibilities. “Hilarious, tender, raw, and heart-stoppingly moving... I adored this powerful, wonderful book.” — Amanda Eyre Ward, bestselling author of The Jetsetters. Danny Scudd is absolutely fine. He always dreamed of escaping the small-town life of his parents’ fish-and-chip shop, moving to London, and becoming a journalist. And, after five years in the city, his career isn’t exactly awful, and his relationship with pretentious Tobbs isn’t exactly unfulfilling. Certainly his limited-edition Dolly Parton...
Publisher: Ballantine Books (May 10, 2022)  Pages: 400 pages  ISBN-10: 0593358708  ISBN-13: 978-0593358702  ASIN:‎ B09CCNN54Q

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Henry Fry grew up a gay vegetarian butcher’s boy in rural South West England. After stints as a theatre designer, journalist, copywriter and briefly manager of a crystal shop, he is now a writer, designer and activist living in London. His words have appeared everywhere from national magazines, sites and apps to protest placards and toilet cubicle walls. FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING is his first novel, which he has adapted for TV in collaboration with Moonriver Content. He is represented by Hayley Steed at Madeleine Milburn.

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