Suzi Unzips Her Secrets; Rock Goddess Tells Us about Her Book ANGEL EYES

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Suzi Unzips Her Secrets; Rock Goddess Tells Us about Her Book ANGEL EYES


THANKS to her photographic memory, leather clad rocker - and arguably the world's grooviest granny - Suzi Quatro didn't need to rely on copious notes jotted down in her diaries over the years when it came to writing up her autobiography. She just remembers it. Just like that.

And one who wouldn't be surprised is Noddy Holder of Slade, who warned her: "Suze, don't ever write a book coz you remember everything."

So how's the book, which is aptly titled, Unzipped, going?

"It's going really well, beyond my wildest dreams," she told Angel Eyes. "You write a book and you honestly don't know how it's going to be received. I'm humbled by it to tell you the truth." There's many a book out there that is understandably less well received by some of the protagonists. How have Suzi's friends and family fared?

"I let my ex-husband read and I let my daughter see some of it and they were fine, and I read some to my current husband - I can't believe I just said that," she backtracks. "My current husband', that sounds awful. Anyway, he was fine too."

With her sisters, she's discussed issues, and she's convinced they will also be happy with the finished product. And that's mainly down to the fact that she made a conscious effort not to be mean. …

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