I Was A Drummer She Was A Dancer

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
"In just a few minutes, my life would be changed forever," the author explains. "It was like the Beatles."
A fascinating journey through punk rock and new wave, love and loss, and finally joy and closure. More
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About Steven M. Thomas

Steven Thomas attended Webster College and graduated from Lindenwood College with a BA in Journalism. He played drums in various local bands and was in the thick of things during the punk rock/new wave explosion of the late seventies. Steven wrote articles for various publications as well as songs and lyrics. This is his first book, an autobiography based an intense relationship he had during that period. He was a drummer and she was a dancer. Steven currently resides in Missouri where he is raising his son, Justin.

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Review by: steve shelburg on July 25, 2013 :
Our lives are all very different in many ways, but yet, we all share "being human".
His story reminded me of this in a brilliant and subtle way.
It is almost like a time machine that carries us off to our own youth, not just time and places but to our youthful thoughts and emotions.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Cleve Sylcox on May 31, 2013 :
Life hands us many things. Some, we carry for a short while. Others we hold onto for an eternity. One such thing is Love. I Was Drummer And She Was A Dancer, written by Steven Thomas, is an Auto Biography of not only Stevens walk though life but more importantly his undying Love for Kim Jordon. I was moved to tears and moved to laughter. The reader embarks on a journey filled with hope and promise of a young couple’s relationship. The reader will then disembark changed, knowing that Love is real, hope should never be relinquished, and promises made with deep compassion remains alive as long as Love thrives. 4 out 5 stars.
(review of free book)

Review by: Robert Moore on April 21, 2013 :
A true and bold journey down one man's past. Solid in its story, Steve opens his heart and soul in the telling of his one true love and their journey. Worth every minute spent reading and worth reading over and over again.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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