Audrey Loveday dreams of becoming a symphonic conductor, but under the guidance of her father, she is closer to having a mental breakdown than leading an orchestra. Gut instinct and a bit of courage pushes her to break away in search of a female conductress to mentor her. Instead, she meets an elderly Southern man, an Elvis Tribute Artist, and a fiery backup singer, all of whom have dreams of their own and are counting on Audrey's help to reach those dreams. Do they have The Four Ds of Success-desire, determination, discipline, and dedication-needed to compete in Memphis, Tennessee, with the top echelons of Elvis tribute artists? Thrown into the whirlwind of the Elvis world, Audrey learns about more than conducting: she learns about life, loss, and loyalty to the past, present, and what is to come. Dreams can come true but never in the way imagined.
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About the Author
My all-time favorite books are: The Poisonwood Bible (Kingsolver), City of Thieves (Benioff) and The Diving Bell & The Butterfly (Bauby).
I'm the author of Birth of a New J: A Cathartic Memoir, A Message for Grandpa, and Conducting the King.
You can find me at www.julieguardado.com