Vrai Writes (Parts of) Books: Rock & Roll Saved My Soul

It’s been a while since I did a professional post, hasn’t it? to my new followers I would like to extend my warmest and most thankful of greetings, and I hope you’ve found something thought provoking and enjoyable here. So, a brief update before we go back to the normal swing of things.

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I’m working on the next essay, I promise!

A few months ago, I submitted an essay to the charity anthology Rock & Roll Saved My Soul, which is now making its first tottering steps into the world. My contribution, “Lullaby of Stars,” is what you might call a…liberal interpretation of the phrase rock and roll.
Or, to summarize more neatly: In which the size of the universe frightens a small and nervous (but not yet nerdy) child, and the very fictional Inspector Javert proves helpful during a very real mental breakdown.

You can check out the official description below, as well as a link to Amazon if you’re so inclined. Much love to one and all of you.

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Rock & Roll Saved My Soul

Changing the World, One Story at a Time
Has music had a positive impact on you? Changed your life? Or even saved you? For us, it has.

In this book, you will find a collection of stories, letters, and poetry about how music has personally changed our lives. Each story is unique, each story is true. Filled with emotion, passion, and love for the bands and songs that have touched our lives.

All proceeds from this book will be donated to Rock the Cause. Rock the Cause is a Minnesota based charity that use the power of music, community, and social media to create a new generation of stewardship for other non-profit causes.

3 comments on “Vrai Writes (Parts of) Books: Rock & Roll Saved My Soul

  1. jamesknapejr says:

    interesting post, i just wanted to say I am a fan and to keep it up

    check out my blog as well, I love to be controversial with my topics.

    Thanks for the interesting material

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