|Deek and Erin Party!|
It's been a totally crazy ride, but fortunately one that I have not had to venture on my own. I wrote Grateful for the Village, a blog post about the dozen or so doctors that helped birth "Birth."
|Me on the left rockin' out with my best friend, Chris!|
Eventually, I figured out I wasn't going to be a rock star, so I switched majors to something geeky that, though required me to trade my bass for a pocket protector, made it possible for me to eat on a regular basis. And here I am years and years later, following my other passion: writing.
Though there aren't any rock star lights, fireworks, or screaming fans, it still feels pretty fine. Yes indeed.
Okay, so what the heck is "Birth of an American Gigolo" about?
Here's the blurb from the back of the book:
An old party girl shoehorned into domestic divaship, infuriated by her husband's cheating and his holier-than-thou, tree-hugging, no-tits and no-hips girlfriend, inflicts her wrath by training a local boy in the fine art of seduction. She and her new boy toy turned love god start a gigolo business as a distraction for the neglected and mistreated housewives of Alabaster Cove.
|Lindsey, the queen of Alabaster Cove|
|George is nowhere in sight!|
What isn't it about? Sex! There is a little of course, because, well, it's about an angry and betrayed party girl and her boy toy. But if you're looking for long descriptions of people's kibbles and bits and how they sizzle and sauté them into a goulash of passion and uninhibited fornication, then you'd better look for a different blend of Chex Mix, cause, brother, this ain't it.
Okay, domestic diva...check. No George Michael in sight...check. Humorous situations where an angry party girls runs over a scooter with a Hummer...check.
Alright, my friends, first, check out the amazeballs cover by Anita from Race-Point.com:
|Birth of an American Gigolo by Deek Rhew|
Visit the "Birth of an American Gigolo" home page.
|Birth of an American Gigolo|
He and Erin love to share books by reading aloud to one another. In addition, they enjoy spending time with friends, running, boxing, lifting weights, and exploring the little town--with antique shops and bakeries--they call home.