“Gossip columnists are terrible at keeping secrets because they know the true value of information.”
Savannah Stephens has just wrapped up a gig as a music journalist in London, and is back in Sydney to pursue a new path in her career – and it’s a path rife with champagne parties and the vigorous excess of the eighties social scene.
Savannah’s first stint in her hometown sees her as the editor of the newly-formed column Social Diary in The Sydney News
, bumping elbows with old-fashioned newspaper colleagues whose kind words are far and few in between – especially when Savannah’s stories make the front page.
The Social Diary
takes its inspiration from one of Sydney’s best-known gossip columnists, Ros Reines of Guess Who Don’t Sue
, and is filled with larger-than-life personalities, expensive champagne parties, gossip galore – and even a hint of romance. To quote Alex Perry, it’s brutally fabulous!
The Social Diary features:
- Paperback, 299 pages.
- Written (and signed!) by The Sunday Telegraph columnist Ros Reines.
Dimensions: 15cm (w) x 23.5cm (h).