KISS singer/guitarist Paul Stanley has revealed when fans can expect to get their hands on his hotly anticipated book about his life. On Thursday, Stanley posted a photo on his official Twitter account showing him looking at what appears to be a roll of negatives along with a message that reads, "Going through 60 years of photos to choose some to include in my autobiography coming out this spring."
The news comes just a few weeks after the publication of Nothing to Lose: The Making of KISS (1972-1975) , the book about the rockers' formation and early years that Stanley co-wrote with band mate Gene Simmons and veteran rock writer Ken Sharp .
KISS, meanwhile, is preparing to head overseas next month for a brief tour of Japan that is mapped out from October 19 to October 24. The band also will be taking part in the third installment of their KISS Kruise , which runs from October 28 to November 1, and will follow that up with a November 8 show in Calgary, Canada.
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