by Zoe Dawn Stevens Honeydew is the story of a New Zealand guitarist, a German photographer, an American shoe clerk, a British painter, and their adventures in London at the end of 1980. The plot focuses on several individuals who strongly aspire to careers in the arts-but around them are others who are not so ambitious, and situations arise that attempt to deter them from their goals. With their talent and determination, these characters have what it takes to be successfulbut do they have enough strength and will power to avoid the pitfalls that threaten to keep them from fulfilling their dreams? ABOUT THE AUTHOR Zoe Dawn Stevens was born in Revere, Massachusetts, and continues to live and work in the greater Boston area. She actively supports various charity groups including Heifer International, North Shore Animal League, Defenders of Wildlife, and the American Indian Relief Council. Ms. Stevens is currently working on her second novel. (2004, paperback, 336 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.