Los Feliz Confidential chronicles Novak’s adventurous, sexy, freewheeling escapades.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Los Angeles, CA – Los Feliz Confidential is now available. The book chronicles Novak’s immigration from Belgium to the USA in the ‘50s, growing up under her father’s strict regime. Teenage rebellion kicks in with the introduction of sex and drugs and rock ’n’ roll.
Novak takes readers on a whirlwind tour as an adventuress, giving the reader a kaleidoscopic, upbeat glimpse of her life abroad and under the Hollywood sign as the experimental ‘60s morph into the decadent ‘70s. As Novak aspires to be an actress, she moves in with a trust-funded, eccentric owner of a castle-like hillside manor in Los Feliz. The party starts here in a deceptively glamorous enclave where hedonism is the watchword of the day, until she embarks on another relationship with a filmmaker-animator and must make a decision that could change her future.
“From Europe to Hollywood, I blazed through the ‘60s and ‘70s with a passion for art, music, fashion and high times fueled by a heady dose of glamour and decadence. It seemed like the party would never end,” says Novak.
Follow her mischief through the glittering, decadent ‘70s as she encompasses the unique culture of the era with a seductive sense of sophistication. A rock n’ roll, art loving glamour girl, Novak will have you devouring her wry tales and asking for more.
Los Feliz Confidential: A Memoir
By Nora Novak
ISBN: 9781387027408 (paperback)
Los Feliz Confidential: A Memoir is now available on Amazon and from Lulu.com.
About the Author:
Nora Novak, originally from Antwerp, Belgium, is a mixed-media artist and actress. She is the designer of Noraluxe Loungewear. Novak’s first book, Art Damaged, is an insider’s tale that captures the lifestyle of an up-and-coming artist in Orange County as she navigates the turbulent waters of the art-world. She also starred in the Belgian television series Vlaamse Hollywood Vrouwen. Find out more about Nora and her latest book, Los Feliz Confidential: A Memoir on Traveling Shoes Press’ website.
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