Twang - eBook  -     By: Julie L. Cannon
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Abingdon Press / 2012 / ePub

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Twenty-three-year-old Jennifer Clodfelter believes she is destined to be a country music star. When her passion, determination and homemade demo tape were rejected by every music label in Nashville, she refused to give up. In just three years, a combination of guts and raw talent have propelled her on a journey of fame beyond her best dream.

Now Jennifer has all she ever wanted, only to discover that there is a dark side to the glitz and number one hits. She will have to decide whether to sing her pain to a loving audience or find the courage to face the music in the private studio of her heart.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781426761188
ISBN-13: 9781426761188
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Publisher's Description

Twenty-three-year-old Jennifer Clodfelter believes she is destined to be a country music star. When her passion, determination and homemade demo tape were rejected by every music label in Nashville, she refused to give up. In just three years, a combination of guts and raw talent have propelled her on a journey of fame beyond her best dream.

 

Now Jennifer has all she ever wanted, only to discover that there is a dark side to the glitz and number one hits. She will have to decide whether to sing her pain to a loving audience or find the courage to face the music in the private studio of her heart.

Author Bio

Julie L. Cannon was the bestselling author of several titles, including Twang, published by Abingdon Press. Her books have been named in Good Housekeeping’s '20 Books to Tote on Vacation’ and have become finalists for a variety of awards, including the Townsend Prize for Fiction as well the SIBA Book Award. Julie passed away in 2012.

Publishers Weekly

Jennifer Anne Clodfelter arrives bone-tired, dewy-eyed, and surefire confident in Music City, USA, determined to make her way to the top of the country music charts in Cannon’s uninspiring story. After a day of trudging from studio to studio giving out demos, Jennifer hits gold when a producer discovers her at the Bluebird Café’s open mike night; from that moment, her career takes her into the country music stratosphere inhabited by her heroes and heroines like Minnie Pearl and Johnny Cash. Yet despite the success, Jennifer continues to struggle. It’s only after the Nashville floods of 2010 and the loving and firm Christian witness of good-hearted country people that Jennifer transcends her past and acknowledges the power of God’s grace and love in the world. Cannon paints an unrealistic portrait of the country music scene, with predictable and one-dimensional characters, jumbled plot, and clichéd dialogue (“I should have been the happiest woman in the world, but I was miserable”). Agent: Sandra Bishop, MacGregor Literary Agency. (Aug.) 2012 Reed Business Information

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