Geddy Lee's Memoir Scheduled for May 16th Release. Pre-Order Links Now Available
It was back in September of 2021 when we first announced that Geddy Lee was writing his memoir. From his Instagram post:
So, how did I kill time during the pandemic? Little did I know that as of March 2020 I'd be locked down for over a year and a half—the longest time I'd spent in Toronto since I was nineteen and hit the Northern Ontario bar circuit with Rush.
Although Nancy and I had to cancel a bunch of adventures we'd been planning, there were some shiny silver linings to be found at home: teaching my grandson the finer points of baseball and birdwatching, tending to my pups (one of whom was quite ill) and spending the evenings with my lovely better half, glass of Armagnac in hand, as we watched every European mystery show ever produced. Oh, and another thing: I began to write. Words, that is.
I'm rounding third on this as-of-yet untitled memoir, which will be published by HarperCollins, edited by Noah Eaker, and is scheduled for release in Fall 2022.
Obviously the anticipated Fall 2022 release date didn't happen, but it does now appear that the still-untitled memoir will be released on May 16th of this year. Additionally, through information gathered from HarperCollins, the memoir will be available in Hardcover, Kindle, and Audio CD formats. It's also listed to be a whopping 512 pages in length. Cleary, Geddy had a lot to write about!
Amazon now has pre-order links available:
We'll have more information as it becomes available. Comments
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