What do you get when you cross a beautiful LA author with multiple writers who lived and experienced a seminal time in music?
You get a book that is climbing the charts and just hit #1. That’s what!
Even Billy Idol commented on it. Wow.
LA Punk Rocker is filled with stories about the influential punk rock era. I’m reading and loving it, and I wasn’t even part of it!
If you’re a fan of music, don’t miss this book, especially not while it’s on sale for only 99 cents right now.
Also, if you are in the LA area, visit Book Soup (Bookseller To The Great & Infamous!) in West Hollywood, Friday October 30 at 7:00pm.
Brenda will be there for a book signing!
Grab your copy of LA Punk Rocker if you haven’t already. It’s a riveting read.
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Fifteen stories from the eighties set in Los Angeles, written by LA Punk Queen Brenda Perlin and her friends who lived every moment of an electric era in the City of Angels. That unique and precious time when punk rock was more than just a rebellion.
This is what Billy Idol had to say about L.A. Punk Rocker…
“Pretty wild chapter on me…maybe u shouldv’e written my book, good luck with it..BFI.”
Inside you’ll discover Billy Idol. Iggy Pop. X. U2. Bad Religion. Tales of local punk rockers on the brink of glorious fame. Late nights at the Roxy. Wild times at the Whiskey with some of the best rock ever. Here you’ll find the in-your-face attitude, the clothes, the fashion, the sex, the music as hard as nails and fast as lightning.
Brenda and her friends were somewhere every night queuing backstage, in hotel rooms with the band, partying on the streets…and avoiding irate parents on school nights!
It’s all here.
LAPunkRocker. The next thing to being there…
Connect to Brenda
Brenda Perlin is an independent contemporary fiction author of five titles and numerous short stories. From novels to illustrated books, Brenda evokes passionate responses in her readers by using a provocatively unique writing style. Ever since Brenda was a child, she has been fascinated with the process. She draws her biggest inspiration from Judy Blume who sparked her obsession with pursuing personal expression through prose. Brenda has always lost herself in the world of literature, especially in coffee shops where she documented her ideas on paper napkins.
Her first series, the highly-acclaimed Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles, captures the soul-wrenching conflicts of a couple struggling for emotional fulfillment against those who would keep them apart. Next, Brenda ventured into the realm of graphic novellas with Ty the Bull, a story about a young boy who overcomes bullying, and Alex the Mutt, which explores the journey of love and loss of a beloved dog.
Brenda is diligently working on her next project while sipping hot lattes. She has replaced napkins with a laptop, but her enthusiasm hasn’t waned. All her works are available through Amazon.com and its subsidiaries.