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SYNOPSIS - PROVING IT
In spite of the immoral odour that has tainted his big break, Jason is determined to prove himself, artistically and morally. We follow Jasons band into the studio to record their debut album under the tutorage of Rae, the devious executive at Aim Records, who fixed their win. Having fixed the contest, Rae is now determined to fix the bands career by dictating (by research) which songs they should record.
The contrast is clear between this formulaic approach to music and Jasons natural feel for it. Holding everything together - the band and the contract, as well as his gruelling schedule at Impervious - Jasons struggles multiply when he discovers that Aim Records are not the success they are portrayed to be!Yet again, responsibility for organisation and creative direction falls on Jasons shoulders; he is the bands only hope if their album is to be successful. This is, of course, where he proves himself.
In the midst of the dramas, secretly Jason is also plotting his and Georgies wedding. Together they are making preparations to welcome their first child into their musical world. Find out what happens next, when the sax man continues to play.
Yvonne thrives on a challenge and has been writing for as long as she can remember. Thanks purely to a catalogue of ailments - twisted pelvis and spine; wrecked ankle ligaments; labyrinthitis to name a few - suddenly the time it takes to write a book became available to her, so Yvonne set to writing on her MacBook and the When the Sax Man Plays trilogy was born. The paperback version was released in May 2009 for Book 1 - Making It; Book 2 - Proving It in paperback has an expected launch date of Summer 2010. Visit Yvonnes website for updates and musings from the author herself, http://yvonnemarrs.wordpress.com.