KISS’ Paul Stanley Reveals Plans for New Book To Follow Up ‘Face the Music’
There's still plenty left to be said and KISS' Paul Stanley is ready to say it. In a new social media posting, Stanley revealed that he was in New York for meetings for the follow-up book to his 2014 best-seller Face the Music: A Life Exposed.
In the posting, Stanley teased, "You won't be disappointed where the next takes us together." There were no further details on what Stanley would address in the new book, but the "Starchild" has lived a colorful life so there is bound to be plenty of stories still left to be told. See his social media post below.
The initial book, Face the Music: A Life Exposed, hit No. 2 on the New York Times Bestseller chart. In it, Stanley offered a more personal side of himself, speaking more about his rise to fame from a childhood filled with adversity and a birth defect of being deaf on one side. "Certainly people have had more adversity in their lives — and some less — but I, I would think some people would get a certain amount of inspiration and a sense that positivity and belief in yourself will ultimately lead you to a great place," stated the singer about the book.
He also addressed KISS to some extent, with some rather harsh critiques of onetime bandmates Peter Criss and Ace Frehley, claiming that they attempted to "sabotage the band" and wanted "equal say when they didn't do equal work." He also claimed both were anti-Semitic in the book.
Stay tuned for more details on Stanley's second book as they are revealed.
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