I Loved the Eighties...Did You?
July 15, 2010
With the decade of the eighties turning thirty in 2010, various eighties icons have published their memoirs. As they look back on their bad haircuts (i.e. mullets) and their bad fashions (i.e. leg warmers and Members Only jackets), you can, too.
The following is a sample of some of the eighties icons who have published their memoirs in 2010. All of the books are available at MCPL.
- Steven Adler – My Appetite for Destruction
- Belinda Carlisle – Lips Unsealed: a memoir
- Todd Bridges – Killing Willis: from Diff’rent Strokes to the mean streets to the life I always wanted
- Pat Benatar – Between a Heart and a Rock Place
- Dave Mustaine – Mustaine: a heavy metal memoir
- Molly Ringwald – Getting the Pretty Back: family, friendships and finding the perfect lipstick
And with Bret Michaels memoir, Roses and Thorns, slated to be released in early 2011, the eighties’ juicy memoirs show no signs of slowing down.
For more memoirs from the eighties, and every decade, visit the Non-Fiction Connection Memoirs Database. And even if you’r from the sixties, you can trust the eighties after they turn thirty.Tags: databases, reading, online resources, nonfiction, memoirs, Books