Sophie's To-Do List: Find an apartment, find a new job (preferably not at a glossy, girly magazine), check out that open mic night in Brooklyn, and (last but definitely not least) figure out what to do about that cute rapper named Furious. . .
After graduating from the University of Michigan, Sophie knows that she wants to move to New York and become a music journalist. After finally landing a job at BeatMaker magazine, finding the perfect little apartment, and meeting two potential boyfriends, Sophie begins to think that she has it made. Of course, in the hectic entertainment industry nothing is ever quite as it seems. After a series of sometimes funny and sometimes heartbreaking missteps, Sophie must learn to stand up for herself and concentrate on her first true love: hip-hop.
Funny, fresh, and real, So Fly takes readers inside the sometimes exciting, sometimes gritty, always entertaining world of the music industry. Debut novelist Giselle Zado Wasfie has given readers an engaging new take on that first year out of school, when you struggle between paying the rent or going out on the town.