Eleventh Hour Fiction

Drifters by Tiffany Greenfield www.eleventhhourfiction.wordpress.com

The snow shouldn’t have come as a surprise, it was winter in the Sierra Nevada, but as usual she was unprepared.  Having been on tour for the last 7 months, it was difficult to remember the days of the week, let alone what the weather would be in Nevada when she had just been in Georgia two days before.  She had needed a break and the band was never surprised when a few extra days allowed her to go off the grid and then meeting up with them at the next show.  She went unnoticed in her pony tail, average rental car and cheap motel ways.  Somehow it grounded her, back to basics, cell phone uncharged and packed in the trunk, favorite jeans and her guitar.  A few days to herself without her shadow of fame dragging her down.

Driving had been a challenge, but with the fading afternoon and…

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