Genre: Music, Memoir, Nonfiction
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It was one of those crystal-clear evenings in the late winter of 1969. My mother, my brother, and I had recently moved into a new high-rise apartment building in Forest Hills, Queens, with a spectacular view of Manhattan.
Leigh, Mickey. I Slept with Joey Ramone: A Family Memoir . Touchstone. Kindle Edition.
The first time I came to see Marky in the Ramones, he was mainly concerned with how he looked in his new jeans.
Leigh, Mickey. I Slept with Joey Ramone: A Family Memoir (p. 221). Touchstone. Kindle Edition.
Book Blogger Hop Question:
22nd - 28th - Is there a hard-to-find first-edition that you would love to own? If so, why? (submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer)
Anything by my favorite authors of the macabre. Imagine having an original, first edition Arkham House collection of Lovecraft's work. I can almost smell the insanity! Or maybe I forgot something in the oven.
Until next time, keep it Cthulhu. Sanity is overrated and I wanna be sedated.