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Andrew K. Stone,
Author & Massachusetts Resident

Andrew K. Stone studied Communications and English at Boston University before working for NBC Television in New York. In 1992, while living in Los Angeles, he sold a script to The Golden Girls. Since leaving LA he has concentrated on fiction writing. His works have appeared in various literary magazines and on the web. Andrew Stone is also a musician, and has played guitar and bass in various Rhode Island, Boston, and New York-based bands. Born in Rhode Island, Stone now lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. All Flowers Die is his first novel published by So There Books.

All Flowers Die
Andrew K. Stone
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All Flowers Die, the story of an idealistic musician who—after inadvertently causing the fatal heart attack of his fifth grade teacher—forms the rock band Brian's Sandbox as his vehicle to inspire fans to seize life's opportunities. All Flowers Die is set largely around the music scene of mid-eighties Boston. The realism in the descriptions of now-defunct nightclubs such as the Rat and the Channel, and the characters who populated them, have left many readers guessing if this novel truly is fiction. This attention to detail has prompted 106.1 FM radio disc jockey, "The Buddah," to hail the book as "the definitive Boston rock novel," while adding, "All Flowers Die is a must-read."

However, All Flowers Die is not merely a rock ‘n' roll novel. Emerging from the musical aspects of the book is a highly engaging story with sharp, crisp dialogue delivered by believable characters.

Stone has capitalized upon his extensive musical background in the promotion of All Flowers Die. He has written and recorded "We Can Go Home Early," a song from Brian's Sandbox's repertoire, that is highly pertinent to the theme of the novel. The song, has been posted at the popular music Internet where it is drawing enthusiastic listeners.

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