Glenda Burgess: So Long As We're Together
We hope you'll join us for a reading from local author Glenda Burgess!
About "So Long As We're Together":
"Life for the Stone girls is a life lived on the edge. Singing for a living, Marley and Andi find their way through a childhood of upheaval marked by their mother Donna’s dark, unpredictable flights. Today, Marley writes the songs her twin, country diva Andi Stone, makes famous, and the girls’ connection struggles to survive the cuts and devastations of fame. When Donna Stone takes her own life, alone at the family cabin, hidden truths threaten to take the Stone sisters down, singly and together. A powerful, intimate portrait of love, ambition, and survival."
About Glenda Burgess:
Glenda is a winner of the Rupert Hughes Award for Fiction and a New Century Writer Short Story Award finalist. Her memoir, THE GEOGRAPHY OF LOVE, was a finalist for the Books for a Better Life Award, and celebrated as one of the Ten Best Books of 2008 by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Glenda is also the author of the novels LOOSE THREADS and EXPOSURES. Visit Glenda at www.glendaburgessbooks.com.
Two little girls, holding hands and singing in the back seat of a car. There for each other, unafraid. Life for the Stone girls is a life lived on the edge. Singing for a living, Marley and Andi find their way through a childhood of upheaval marked by their mother Donna's dark, unpredictable flights.