Hitting the shelves a few months after Keith Richards‘ magisterial Life, Steven Tyler’s autobiography was always likely to suffer by comparison. Life is not just the best rock memoir ever written, it’s among the finest reads of the past decade.
Those who regularly tune in to Today With Pat Kenny (RTE Radio 1) will be familiar with the well-bred tones of Marie-Louise O’Donnell, the DCU communications lecturer who turns up on the show at regular intervals.
MOM BOILED HER BABY AND ATE HIM. It’s a damn fine headline and a classic example of how to entice a reader into a story, but it’s not the greatest one ever printed by the National Enquirer. In fact, such is the Enquirer’s expertise in headline writin
For those who can recall the direst excesses of Don Revie’s Leeds United in the 1970s, there’s some coal-black irony in the fact that John Giles is publishing his autobiography through Hachette, given what (by his own admission) he did to the shins o