Q: I was a regular on the Sunset Strip in the 80s and some of the headlining bands mentioned in your books never existed.

A: There are notations at the beginning of both books that state I’ve changed certain names and identifying details. I did this for specific bands and individuals to protect their privacy. I can’t stop anyone from speculating who people are in my books, but please don’t ask me who has an alias and who doesn’t. Respect their right to remain anonymous.

Q: Where can I buy your books?

A: Both of my books are available on paperback and Kindle through Amazon in most countries. Go to your regional Amazon website and type in my name.

Q: Why was the first book left with a cliffhanger? I want to know what happened!

A: The book was left with a cliffhanger because I knew there would be a sequel, which was released in August of 2014 titled, Walking Contradiction.

Q: Are you doing any book signings?

A: For information involving my books and appearances please subscribe to my Mailing List, which can be found on my CONTACT page.

Q: How are your books different from the others published about the Sunset Strip?

A: Over the last 25 + years, most of the female penned memoirs I’ve read in regards to the Sunset Strip are about being a groupie, a stripper or a drug addict, sometimes a mix of all three. That’s not a judgment, I was far from perfect. But none of those perspectives represented my experience of growing up in the Hollywood music scene during that time.

I wrote my books to show that if you stay strong to who you are and keep your head together, it is possible for a woman to grow up, have fun and thrive in a city like Los Angeles without losing yourself in the process.

Q: What is one thing you want people to know about your books?

A: They are NOT groupie books. I was never a groupie. People make that assumption because I’m a woman writing about a historically salacious time in Hollywood. My coming of age story comes from an Almost Famous perspective. . .not Debbie Does Dallas.