Book Reviews

Willie Nelson, "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die" Book Review

By Steve Crawford | December 28, 2012

Willie drops names and f-bombs and off color jokes. Lacking any cohesive narrative (and repeating some themes), it’s almost more of a scrapbook/time capsule than anything else. It’s a bit of a chore.

Peter Criss' "Makeup To Break Up" Reviewed

By Steve Crawford | November 5, 2012

Criss takes on his old cronies, accusing Gene of having indiscriminate taste in groupies and often reeking of body odor. Stanley’s feminine mannerisms and lifestyle choices are detailed, without getting in the legal trouble of calling him gay. Of course, Ace was a train wreck.