Shine On, You Crazy Saffire!

The other day I reported that I’m back in the writing cave. It’s comfy and warm! The name of the fourth book in my Girls of Glam Rock Series, “Shine On, You Crazy Saffire,” currently has about twenty-five pages and is growing quickly! The first book, “Girls Gone Groupie,” is narrated by four different women. The second book, “Gunning for Groupie Gold,” is written in the point of view of Dandelion Dagger, second generation groupie in love with blond rock god Sammy Gunn. Book three, “Live Vicariously Through Me,” releasing soon, is female heavy metal queen Em’rald’s rags to riches tale. “Shine On, You Crazy Saffire,” is Highway Child’s story:

It’s been an interesting fall and winter living in a real house for the first time in my life, instead of on a street corner, some hotel room, or someone else’s home where I’m not really wanted. Even though I don’t love this guy Mark Winn I’ve been cohabitating with, I at least feel like I belong where I am, and yeah, I feel love. I guess I would have thought with all the rock star drummer money he has, and that he doesn’t mind lavishing on me, that my life would be a little easier. But the greenbacks have only made things worse. Because I love someone else. There’s not enough money in the world to change my mind, and Mark doesn’t even know. Doesn’t even have an inkling. I may not like to lie, but I’m pretty good at it.

Because I have a full-time teaching career, and because I don’t write short books, I’ll probably be writing this one until June, for an Autumn 2018 release. Until then, please visit my BOOKS page to check out the rest of my writing!

 

Author: barblee

Barb Lee is a native of Western Massachusetts who loves to write, travel and hike the world, and hang out with her beautiful Jersey Wooly bunny Muffin. Her whole life changed when she was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer in October of 2019. By January of 2020, she was bouncing back in a major way. Now, in addition to all her favorite activities, she wants to help others make the most of life following a devastating diagnosis, while she continues to beat the odds.

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