Summertime Blues, by B. R. Fleming

By B. R. Fleming

Literary fiction, General fiction | Paperback, eBook


Summertime Blues, by B. R. Fleming, chronicles the coming-of-age of Peter Bennings as he weaves his way through high school and the "sturm und drang" of the teenage years. The novel simultaneously traces the “British invasion” and the emergence of Rock and Roll. Peter’s universal appeal, though, rests in his quest for answers to the ubiquitous questions about girls and sex and dating that no one will help answer.



B. R. Fleming grew up in the '60's and was a musician in rock bands that played psychedelic rock and the music of the British invasion. After serving in the USAF as a Technical Instructor during the Vietnam War, he returned to civilian life and began a career in teaching, which he has followed since. He lives in Southern California and still plays music and teaches classes in English Lit and Creative Writing in high school, as well as college classes in Teaching the Gifted and Talented and Drama. His next novel, "The Secret People," is currently in production, followed by the trilogy, "Torus I"; "The Colony"; and "The Coming." He studied Screenwriting at the University of California, Irvine, and has completed five feature-length film scripts. His screenplays have been marketed to Sony Pictures and Walt Disney Studios Pictures Marketing.


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B. R. Fleming grew up in the '60's and was a musician in rock bands that played psychedelic rock and the music of the British invasion. After serving in the USAF as a Technical Instructor during the Vietnam War, he returned to civilian life and began a career in teaching, which he has followed since. He lives in Southern California and still plays music and teaches classes in English Lit and Creat...


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