Elvis & June:
A love story
SGC has acquired the exclusive motion picture rights to June Juanico's biography,
"Elvis: In the Twilight of Memory," second printing now in book stores nationwide!

Press Reviews

Los Angeles Times
"Its ordinary, first-love sweetness is part of its charm."
"Sweet...charming...forthright."

Publishers Weekly
"After sordid memoires that are almost too numerous to count, comes this
refreshingly sweet story of a young, innocent, talented and devastatingly handsome
Elvis and his first girlfriend, June Juanico."

The New Yorker
"A loving memoir of an achingly passionate--and achingly chaste--romance..."

New York Daily News
"One of the warmest books ever about Elvis."


Reader's Reviews
Summer 1956. Years before he meets Priscilla, 21-year-old Elvis Presley is in love with a small-town girl
from Biloxi, Mississippi, four hours drive from Memphis.  Elvis had picked June out of the crowd at his local
concert the year before, then met by chance in Memphis ten months later. “Heartbreak Hotel,” Elvis' first
RCA 45 RPM release, is now at the top of the charts. He is yet to act in his first movie and is still to appear
on The Ed Sullivan Show!  Most people do not know who Elvis Presley is. This one special summer
produced Elvis's first great romance, and also the rise to fame that served to drive them apart.
"I could not put this book down, I was just
taken back in time to those carefree days of
being a teenager. You get to know about
Elvis' mother and what kind of normal life
they tried to lead. I feel that Elvis would have
been more stable if June married him. She
seemed to stand up to him. But it takes a lot
to share a man with so many other women.
She made a choice, and stuck with it."
"If you love reading books on Elvis you will
love this one--it is a sweet love story with a
sad ending."
"A fabulous book to read, it lets us see Elvis
...before his career really took over his life.
It's a shame this romance didnt last but
obviously she had to move on because the
man she loved was becoming basically
public property."

SGC announces an exciting feature film development opportunity!