Stargazer: A rock satire (Book I)

Adrian Flodden, 23, is crazy for heavy metal, literature, and for women of 30 -although the latter only bring trouble. While his articles on a magazine draw attention to his favourite writers, his college radio show upsets and uplifts his audience due to the singular thoughts he vents and the songs he plays to back these up. Drama and comedy mingle with loads of loud bands in this amusing novel. More

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Words: 31,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465997197
About Ricardo Jasso Moedano

In a nutshell: I was born and raised in Mexico city; studied Communication at a private University; worked in the advertising industry and served the Department of Education. Later on I spent almost two years in Dublin, where I earned a Higher Diploma in Journalism and Media, also gaining the confidence to pursue what I always craved - and ever since the fall of 2010, I have devoted myself entirely to the fulfilment of a literary career.


presentation of STARGAZER on television
Talking about STARGAZER, its conception and inspiration, on the local TV show Vive Tristeza (June 9, 2011).

brief explanation of the title
Admitting what is perhaps obvious to some people, yet revealing the deeper meaning of the title of this work at one radio station I was invited to promote it (July 18, 2011).

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