Paul Stanley's Autobiography Debuts at #2 on "New York Times" Best Seller List

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-04_e315a00eed.jpgHarper Collins -- Paul Stanley has called his story "inspirational" -- and the telling of that story has apparently inspired legions to go buy the book in which the story is told. Face the Music: A Life Exposed has debuted at #2 on The New York Times Best Seller list in the nonfiction hardcover category. The memoir opens with the KISS singer's childhood, a rough tale of being born with a physical deformity, a learning disability and a dysfunctional family -- and overcoming it all to become the frontman of one of the world's most successful rock bands.

 

Face the Music also debuted at #3 on Publishers Weekly's Hardcover Nonfiction Best Sellers list, #4 on the Wall Street Journal's Nonfiction Best Sellers list and #4 on the Toronto Star's Original Nonfiction Best Sellers list.

In typical KISS fashion, Stanley has been relentlessly plugging the book with coast-to-coast radio, TV, online and in-store appearances.  Amid the flurry of publicity, KISS also was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame just over a week ago.

Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio