In Book Three of Notes from Boston, drummer Jamie Cosgrove is recovering from a relationship with an abusive boyfriend. He doesn't appreciate being thrown together with Cian Toomey, a "fan" of his former work in porn. Cian has his own dilemma--whether or not to move in with his polyamorous friends, or call it off for good. Is Jamie what he's been looking for all along?
Braxton Keller is the drummer for Fatal Cross and the man who jeopardized my life the night he crashed his car. He will be home on a break from touring, and I know that this is the only time I will have to convince him that I don’t blame him for the injuries I sustained. I don’t know what it will take to get him to open his eyes and realize that I’ve been here waiting for him all along.
A trio of twisted little tales from the master of twistedness.
With an introduction by Tim Powers.
Edward Bryant is the multi-Nebula Award winning author of over a hundred short stories, over a thousand essays and reviews, and one novel with Harlan Ellison, PHOENIX WITHOUT ASHES.
Recollections from a selection of concerts the author went to in the UK during the 1980s and 90s. Ranging from big names like Queen and ZZ Top to less well known bands such as Stump and Urge Overkill, the book describes events that made the gigs memorable such as a fire alarm going off during a gig, a guitarist performing an encore naked and a singer pushing a drunken fan off the stage.
When Oona's husband asks for an open marriage, she kicks him to the curb and makes a list.
A list of the guys not taken. The first guy she really loved. The guy who morphed into Dr. McDreamy. And the smokin' yoga teacher with abs of titanium.
The List of all the guys she coulda-woulda-shoulda.
Now Oona can. She will. And she should.
The List. Because a few good men are the best revenge.
Nick builds his own bass drums and organizes a digital bass drum band with Knobby as an integral member. The story includes a French baker whose ultimate survival depends upon the band. One of the main characters in this story is based on the author's friend Mario Grossi, owner of MARIO’S MUSIC STORE in Lancaster, California.