Rock love story first novel for Mentor rock and roll nonfiction writer
She laughs at that perception.
"They're thinking of people like Stephen King, not me," said Adams, who lives in Mentor's Headlands neighborhood and has several other nonfiction efforts to her credit. "I haven't made much money at all on my books but great things have happened to me by becoming known as a rock and roll writer."
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Meet Deanna Adams at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Local Tavern, 947 Mentor Ave., Mentor. She'll tell stories about local rock artists, some of whom still live in Lake County, and play music of the '50s to '70s. Copies of her book "Peggy Sue Got Pregnant: A Rock 'N' Roll Love Story" will be available.