It’s been a while since I reviewed a rock ‘n’ roll title, and I do note on the main page of my website that I love to blog about romance, reading, writing, and rock ‘n’ roll. So for today, I am giving you my thoughts on Hard to Handle by Steve Gorman, the former drummer …
Today, I’m reviewing the non-fiction title Confess: The Autobiography by Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford, a heavy metal, LGBT, rock-n-roll memoir.
Today, author Philip Gambone is guesting. He’s here to talk about his latest release As Far as I Can Tell, an LGBT wartime memoir and Lamda Literary Award nominated. ****
Today, I’m reviewing the non-fiction title The Shoe Boy: A Trapline Memoir by Anishinaabe author Duncan McCue. ****
Normally, I never take book review requests. Unfortunately, my writing schedule is too busy, although I wish I could review each title I’m kindly asked to consider. But when Joel Miller emailed me about reading and reviewing his latest non-fiction title aptly called Memoir of a Roadie, after explaining his book contained stories about the …
Today, I’m reviewing Anything for a Hit by Dorothy Carvello, an autobiography about an A&R rep in the music industry who gives the inner-scoop about its many dealings and secrets.
Today, I’m reviewing writer and actor Kerry Ashton’s non-fiction memoir Saint Unshamed: A Gay Mormon’s Life–Healing from the Shame of Religion, Rape, Conversion Therapy & Cancer.
The American Indian Movement was formed in the summer of 1968, Minneapolis, Minnesota by Dennis Banks, Clyde Bellecourt, Eddie Benton Banai, and George Mitchell, all from surrounding Ojibwa Nations in Minnesota and Wisconsin. According to the late Dennis Banks’ autobiography, Ojibwa Warrior, AIM was created to address the oppression of native people in the twin …
My grandfather, grandmother, father, aunts, and uncles were forced to attend these institutions devised by the federal government and run by Christian churches to assimilate Indigenous people into Western culture. These schools started after 1880 with the last one closing in 1996. To understand this period in Canadian History, I highly recommend A Knock on …
I enjoy memoirs/autobiographies/biographies about the First People of Canada, so I thought I’d share a few that stayed with me long after I finished the book.
I previously did a post about memoirs/autobiographies written by the ladies with the band. For this post, I’m going to recommend awesome books about the rockers in the band, whether memoirs, autobiographies, or biographies. Read on to find out which books kept me up late at night.
Being a die-hard music fan, I enjoy memoirs and autobiographies by groupies and WAGS (wives and girlfriends)–the lovely ladies who inspired many of the songs we love. What about those who work in the music industry or became part of the band’s inner-circle? They’re included, too, because these gals kicked some serious ass. Have a …