When she was seventeen, Annie wanted thing more than to marry her high school boyfriend and travel the country with his band. Then she met legendary British rock guitarist Mick Saunders, kwn to his contemporaries and fans simply as God. Just when Annie believes she has everything figured out, fate intervenes and makes the decisions for her. Years later, an older and sort-of wiser Annie plays chaperon to the Phil Klein Rock School All-Stars, starring her two teenagers. Fate meddles once more by placing the fledgling musicians on the same bill with an older, still-beatific Mick Saunders. To Annie, God only seems to have gotten better. Luckily, or perhaps t, Mick hasn't forgotten her, and he offers a romantic diversion from her band mother duties...and her stagnant marriage. Does Annie have a prayer?
Robin Slick is a rock music obsessed fiction writer living in downtown Philadelphia with a strong desire to jump into a time machine and land in London during the 1960s. She is the author of Three Days in New York City and its sequel, Another Bite of the Apple, light-hearted erotic novels published by Mundania/Phaze Press. She is editor and contributor of a short story collection, Thirty Nine and Holding...Him and the soon to be released Volume II, 39 and Still Holding. Her short story Daddy Left Me Alone with God appears in the new anthology, Rebellion - New Voices of Fiction, published by Rebel Press in July 2006. You can find Robin's work in print and on the web everywhere from heady places like In Posse Review and Slow Trains Literary Journal to give-heady places like Clean Sheets and Playgirl Magazine. She lives vicariously through her rock star daughter -- bass player extraordinaire, Julie Slick, and her amazing drummer son, Eric Slick -- who were featured in the Picturehouse Films documentary, Rock School.