This is the true story of author Amy Asbury's life on The Sunset Strip once the hair bands left and the grunge bands arrived. Trying to survive on her looks and struggling with her identity, Amy Asbury found herself at a crossroad. The grunge scene took over and left her hair band crowd in the dust. Where to go? What to do? It was as if a three year long party had just been broken up and no one remembered where they lived. Everyone was left with an identity crisis. Those who turned to drugs found themselves spinning out of control, especially Amy’s friend, Birdie. Confetti Covered Quicksand picks up and continues Amy's story where her first book, The Sunset Strip Diaries, left it.
Amy's lived her life in the mainstream L.A. club scene inside V.I.P. rooms. Her story tells about run-ins with 1990's stars like, Anna Nicole Smith, Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, among many others. Amy tells all about what happened inside the clubs and the insane nights of young twenty-somethings on the loose in Los Angeles. When Amy became overwhelmed by L.A., she headed for Aspen, Colorado. Her story gives you a glimpse of the total chaos behind the closed doors of the Aspen ski lodges, where cocaine was king. And where the death of a close friend caused her to sink into an ugly depression. Amy doesn't hold back and she shares all about using drugs and alcohol to cover up pain and humiliation.
Confetti Covered Quicksand is available in paperback and eBook at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com
"Good author to read if you're a child of the 80s. Read both of her books about growing up in that era. It's a great story of her life in and around the greatest rock era of modern times going on in the background. This book tells the rest of the story as she becomes an adult and the sunset strip is fading away."
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