Paul Stanley preparing follow-up to his best selling autobiography ‘Face The Music’

Paul Stanley preparing follow-up to his best selling autobiography ‘Face The Music’

KISS frontman Paul Stanley is planning a follow-up to his critically acclaimed best selling autobiography Face The Music: A Life Exposed, which was released back in April 2014.

The following message was posted on Stanley‘s Facebook page less than an hour ago:

“NYC. Meetings for the followup to my #2 NY Times Bestseller now in 6 languages! You won’t be disappointed where the next takes us together.”

The Jewish Business News reported back on April 28, 2014: “Stanley, founder member of the rock band Kiss is currently in second spot in the “heavyweight” New York Times’ print hardcover non-fiction Best Sellers list- with a bullet!”

Amazon describes Stanley‘s autobiography Face The Music: A Life Exposed as follows:

“In Face the Music, Paul Stanley—the co-founder and famous “Starchild” frontman of KISS—reveals for the first time the incredible highs and equally incredible lows in his life both inside and outside the band. Face the Music is the shocking, funny, smart, inspirational story of one of rock’s most enduring icons and the group he helped create, define, and immortalize.

Stanley mixes compelling personal revelations and gripping, gritty war stories that will surprise even the most steadfast member of the KISS Army. He takes us back to his childhood in the 1950s and ’60s, a traumatic time made more painful thanks to a physical deformity. Born with a condition called microtia, he grew up partially deaf, with only one ear. But this instilled in him an inner drive to succeed in the most unlikely of pursuits: music.

With never-before-seen photos and images throughout, Stanley’s memoir is a fully realized and unflinching portrait of a rock star, a chronicle of the stories behind the famous anthems, the many brawls and betrayals, and all the drama and pyrotechnics on and off the stage. Raw and confessional, Stanley offers candid insights into his personal relationships, and the turbulent dynamics with his bandmates over the past four decades. And no one comes out unscathed—including Stanley himself.

“People say I was brave to write such a revealing book, but I wrote it because I needed to personally reflect on my own life. I know everyone will see themselves somewhere in this book, and where my story might take them is why I’m sharing it.” —Paul Stanley