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Sean Mattea was once a preeminent rock singer. From 1993 to 2005, his band, Black Swan, sold millions of records, garnered significant radio airplay and performed sold out shows all over the world. While the stars aligned perfectly to their ascent into rock n' roll immortality, young Sean suffered through the most human of maturations. Despite his newfound fame and fortune, personal failures and unspeakable tragedy would accompany him as he struggled to maintain his career. All the while, Billie Shaw experienced a similar rise to prominence as an elite women's basketball player. Her athletic prowess and determination made her a multiple-time All-American, All-Star and world champion. Throughout the 1990's and into the new millennium, her professional greatness was also marred by tragedy, family heartbreak and personal shortcomings. Despite their professional successes, they both lacked what was truly important in life. Once Sean and Billie met, they realized that not only were they very much alike but that a greater power was trying to bring them together the whole time. For years, Sean and Billie thought they had it made. Little did they know, they were "Being Made."
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|Publisher:||Light Switch Press|
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About the Author
Brian Scala is a University of New Haven graduate, a former Bleacher Report contributor, an amateur voice over talent and a current nine-to-fiver. He lives on Long Island with his wife. Being Made is his first novel.