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You Should Meet My Son! (Screenplay for the Feature Film)

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What's a proper Southern lady to do? Mae just wants to see her son Brian happily married. She's introduced him to every eligible girl in town. But for some reason, he never seems to hit it off with them. And then Mae learns the shocking truth: Her son is gay! Oh my. They didn't cover this in charm school. But while Mae doesn't know much about gay men, she is sure of one ...more
Published January 24th 2010 by Smashwords, Inc.
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Jake Hill
Aug 02, 2014 Jake Hill rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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So, yes, technically I haven't read the book yet but does it honestly matter? The movie was so freaking wonderful and awesome I'm getting this just so I never have to miss it or forget how awesome and funny it was =)
Seriously, watch the movie. This was incredible.
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Keith Hartman grew up in Huntsville Alabama, where he was a weird little boy who didn't fit in. He went to Princeton University, where he was supposed to study economics and instead blew all his time on theater courses. He then started a PhD in Finance at Duke, before realizing that he just couldn't spend the rest of his life teaching MBA's how to screw each other. So he ran away to be a writer.

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