It is the summer of 1990 and Billie Carver, Bobbie Lamont's best friend, has just accomplished her dream of graduating from Tulane University with honors. She is ready to start the next phase of her life. She believes that she knows who she is and wants she wants to do with her life. But then a series of events will change everything for her and she will spend the next few months re-discovering the past she thought she knew and the future she thought she wanted.
- Paperback | 328 pages
- 127 x 203 x 19mm | 358g
- 08 Jun 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Zelmer Wilson
Zelmer Wilson (born 1 July 1975 in Fort Collins, Colorado) is an American author. He discovered that he wanted to be a writer when he was fifteen years old during the summer of 1990 while in Birmingham, Alabama, visiting his mother and two sisters. He spent the next few years trying to write a novel. At first, because he was reading science-fiction at the time, he tried to write a science-fiction novel. It was when he was twenty-one years old that he read Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer for the first time. He then realized that he could use his own life as the basis or inspiration for a story.