A Busker’s Adventures
The ebook is free, exclusively on the David Rovics mobile app (which is also free, on Apple and Google’s app stores). Or you can download it by donating below.
If I get enough donations from folks wanting to download the ebook, I will use the money to pay for studio time so that I can make a professional-quality audiobook version of it.
Raised so far: $75
Make a donation of $1 or more, and you will be taken to the download page, where you can choose from a variety of ebook formats. The audiobook version will be coming soon. (Once it’s out, it will be on the same download page with the other formats.)
I spent much of the first half of 2016 writing this novel. The story follows a young street musician from Boston, Massachusetts as he travels around Europe and the US, circa 1988. The backdrop for our busker’s adventures is the squatter scene in Europe of the period and the refugee community in the Europe of that time — in the shadow of the Salvadoran civil war, among other global events.
For those with the means who want to support future such endeavors of mine, please become a member of my CSA.
I hope you enjoy A Busker’s Adventures.
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