Noteworthy Tribute

Noteworthy Tribute : Running with the Mustangz at Little Island Pier

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Cory Lynn Faber finds himself in Virginia Beach three thousand miles away from home after the death of his best friend and bandmate. While on the path to re-discovery he meets a local aspiring music producer, Evan Spencer. Evan, a young DJ, has his own struggles with his family's desire for him to pursue college and a "normal" life versus starting a band and traveling. All of this unfolds against the backdrop of family secrets. Noteworthy Tribute is a coming-of-age story where characters young and old learn the importance of relationships and that sacrifice is the bridge to their destiny.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 266 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 14mm | 358g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514270188
  • 9781514270189

About MR Mark G Bradley

Mark, Josiah and their family often summered in Sandbridge, VA. where they also sampled the local music scene. They have a family band called The Mustangz. Mark was born and raised in Springfield, Illinois where he graduated from UIS. He and his son Josiah currently reside with their family near Bowie, Maryland. Mark is a Development Specialist, Executive Coach, Trainer/Facilitator. Josiah is an aspiring Screenwriter/Director and graduate of Towson University. He has completed several film projects; enjoys competing in local film festivals; and acts periodically. They are currently planning a sequel to NT as well as a separate crime drama.show more

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