At live shows I will be vending manuscripts of my original fiction novel, Heart of Gold.
The book is set in 1980, and follows aging rock and rollers as they weigh their languishing crafts against a lifetime of dingy rentals, jobs at pizza joints, and band practice in their parents’ basements. In the course of the book, we see joys and struggles that only a contemporary touring musician can appreciate. But the characters in the story are the likes of Jerry Garcia, Neil Young, Ozzy Osborne, Joni Mitchell, David Bowie, and others whose songs and art we now revere! Will the struggle cause them to give up, or will they find worthiness in it?
Inquiries from literary agents an publishers welcome.