Cecilia Tan is the author of many stories, novels, books, and web serials. The author of Slow Surrender, Black Feathers, The Prince's Boy, the Magic University series, and many others, one of her best known projects is Daron's Guitar Chronicles, an ongoing webserial launched in 2009 that won the Rose & Bay Award for Crowdfunded Fiction in 2010 and has since spawned a line of audiobooks, ebooks, and a successful Kickstarter for the publication of a paperback omnibus edition collecting the first 200 chapters.
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Daron's Guitar Chronicles

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Description: Daron’s Guitar Chronicles tells the story of Daron Marks, a young gay guitar player, from about the time he was eighteen onward. He arrives at RIMCon (Rhode Island Musical Conservatory) in the mid-1980s, desperate to leave behind a dysfunctional f...


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