Charting Glory

Charting Glory

by Roberta Stiger-Taylor


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"Like bookends" their parents would joke, Sydney Foster and Megan Davis race off, no doubt mischief on the menu. The best friends were inseparable since the fourth grade, connected forever by a childhood pinky swear to never leave each other's side. But the twists and turns of life would not be denied. The two friends chose different paths after college, Sydney, determined to make a name for herself, placed love on the back burner, moving to the Bay Area after accepting a prime management position with an independent record label. Megan, the hopeless romantic, meeting her Prince Charming, promising to marry the highly sought after engineering prospect and move to Houston, putting more distance between them. The two friends come together for what may be the last time to participate in a week of wedding festivities that will prove more challenging than either of them could imagine. Sydney juggling the release of her inaugural project, the Girl Group Glory, has to fight off the advances of the charming best man coincidentally the same person she bested for her new job, unsure if his intentions are sincere or if he's trying to save face by dishing out a little payback. Megan, doing a tap dance of her own, tries to stay one step ahead of her future mother-in-law, while pulling off the wedding of the century without losing her sanity . . . and her best friend in the process.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781985641686
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/07/2018
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Roberta Stiger Taylor is a singer songwriter, with more than thirty years in the music industry. As a member of the soul trio, Alton McClain and Destiny, Roberta scored the top ten and international hit "It Must Be Love" on Polydor Records, toured extensively in the US, Europe and Africa, and also appeared on such television shows as American Bandstand and Soul Train.
The group disbanded, but not before Roberta landed her first songwriter's credit on Destiny's final Album.
A chance meeting with legendary R&B producer, Leon Sylvers III (Gladys Knight and the Whisper's "And the Beat Goes On"), led to a deal with his Silverspoon Productions as a member of the girl group Krystol, offering Roberta the perfect platform to expand her writing skills. She collaborated on songs for such artist as Evelyn Champagne King and Shalamar, receiving her first Gold Album for the latter.
Sylvers' signed Krystol to a recording deal with Epic Records and Roberta became a contributing writer for the group's music catalog, including their dance hit, "Passion from a Woman," co-written with and produced by American Idol's Randy Jackson.
It would be some years later before Roberta realized she also possessed a talent for storytelling, easily transitioning her love of song writing to the descriptive pages of her first novel "One and the Same," and more recently the romantic novel, "Charting Glory."

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