A truly engrossing memoir of one woman’s amazing life.
(PRWEB) December 04, 2014
SIGNAL HILL, Calif. – In “From London to Laurel Canyon” (published by Xlibris) author Elizabeth reminisces about her best friend Lorraine’s life and how despite being ill for most of her life was able to live on through her best friend’s work.
“From London to Laurel Canyon” shows how Lorraine, the author’s best friend was a top model for Eileen Ford in New York City and took part in the Rock and Roll scenes of New York and London. The story captures the vibrant energy and explicit abandon of the 1960s era music, art and fashion scene. It is a nostalgic look back to simpler times. Wherein the sexual revolution was in full swing and women's groups were sowing their oats.
It also shows how Lorraine decided to give up drugs and alcohol after her wild days and remained sober and celibate for over 20 years and how she devoted her later life to the rescue of abused children and the saving of animals. “From London to Laurel Canyon” is a truly engrossing memoir of one woman’s amazing life.
“From London to Laurel Canyon”
By Elizabeth Heaton
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781499082395
Softcover | 6x9 in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781499082401
E-Book | 134 pages | ISBN 9781499082388
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Elizabeth Heaton owns a business with her husband Doug, restoring classic automobiles in Southern California for 40 years. She has shared her life with Doug since 1969. They spend each and every day together. In her spare time, she writes, always keeping a journal of ideas and love making music with her husband, and his brother Scott, who are accomplished guitar players.
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