Diary of a Blues Goddess

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Red Dress Ink, 2003 - Fiction - 296 pages
15 Reviews
Georgie is a glamorous blues singer in waiting, but unfortunately she's living the life of a cheesy wedding singer. Living in a converted former brothel in New Orleans' French Quarter with her grandmother and various other eccentrics, she discovers a diary from the 1940s written by her great-aunt, a talented blues singer. Struggling to get her life on the right track, Georgie uses the diary as her inspiration to becoming the blues goddess she was destined to be.

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User Review  - Melinda Elizabeth - Goodreads

it was all bordering on the edge of ridiculousness, but with the guise of "This is New Orleans" it just manages to get away with it. Read full review

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User Review  - Shaula - Goodreads

Given all of its quirky elements, I felt like this book should be less conventional than it was. It was fun and the characters were interesting, but sometimes they seemed like parodies of themselves ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
13
Section 3
20
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

ERICA ORLOFF lives in south Florida, where she surrounds herself with as many friends, loved ones and poker games as possible. She has a large menagerie of unruly pets, including a parrot who occasionally gives her feedback when she's writing. Erica is at work on her next novel.

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