Miss Z is the typical 20 years old girl with acting aspirations. A chance encounter with the brooding rock star, B catapults her in a chaotic realm of hedonism.
As the glitter fades she’s forced to face the sordid facts concerning her lover, her friends, and her family. Through her travels that bring her around the globe, Miss Z desperately attempts to hold onto her relationship with B despite his addictions and neglect towards her. Soon, Miss Z has to decide whether it’s more important to save B from his self-destructive tendencies or give into them herself.
This is a tumultuous journey of a young woman who discovers love, betrayal, and deception.
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Kaththea Azzurra Rowland was born in Catania, Sicily in 1981. Growing up she lived in various cities throughout Europe and Cuba. She was first published at the age of 14. In 1997 she won three poetry awards, an honorable mention from the Illiad Press with The Love Song, an European Showcase award with The Enchanted Forest, and the first place prize for best poem in Italy for The Lonely Child. She has an AA Degree in Arts from the University of Maryland and a BA degree in Letters: Classical Studies from Oklahoma University. She’s currently studying for a Masters in Education and Communication. Her first book, Bruised and Broken, the biography of Placebo’s frontman Brian Molko was published in 2003 by Publish America followed by Strip Me in 2005, a collection of poems and diary entries. Lipstick Traces is her third book.
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