Book Review: Music Horror Stories
Janet Fisher, Goodnight Kiss Publications
Title: Music Horror Stories
Author: Janet Fisher
Publisher: Goodnight Kiss Publications (www.goodnightkiss.com)
"Music Horror Stories" is a candid take on the music business and all of its harsh realities. The author Janet Fisher is a musician that has lived the life, so it is a subject matter that is close to her heart.
Behind all the glitz and glamour, if you are lucky enough to get to that level in the business, is a long hard road that most all artists must travel. Some of the stories contained in this entertaining piece of literature range from funny to heartbreaking.
I was so absorbed in this book I couldn’t put it down. If you are like me and you literally devour anything that has to do with the music industry, you will have this book finished in an afternoon sitting.
Its easy to read and the stories are quick and to the point. No comment or situation is spared any niceties and nothing is sugar coated. This is a tell-like-it-is manual for the wannabe and the already been there music professional.
You may cry and laugh from story to story, particularly if you are in the business and have a story of your own to share.
It isn’t always pretty folks, but that’s life on life’s terms. Being a musician as your life’s work can be rewarding, but there is a price to pay. Read this book and find out what really happens behind the scenes. You will be surprised, and at times aghast at what goes on in the music business on a regular basis.
Contact the author, she has her own website and sends out a newsletter as well. You may find your story in the next volume of Music Horror Stories.