Someday, Someday, Maybe
By: Lauren Graham
Franny Banks has always wanted to be an actress. But life in New York, does not provide all the glitz and glam she was hoping for. With pressure from herself, and her intellectual father, Franny wonders how much longer she should wait, before her dream comes true. Using a daily planner, Franny sets deadlines, writes down her goals, and works hard at trying to land her breakout role.
This is a cute, funny story of how long should one person take to chase their dreams. How does one measure success, in a career that doesn’t come with pay raises and the normal stepping stones? Classic ninety’s technology and livelihood are at the forefront of this story, including pages from Franny’s planner. Yes, this is a light-hearted book, but it touches on some deeper issues twenty-somethings face.
This review was written for My Sister’s Books.
I read this book with my neighborhood Reading Group.