Former IRON MAIDEN vocalist Paul Di'Anno is looking for contributions from friends, fans or enemies for his upcoming autobiography, which is currently being written for a projected late 2002/early 2003 publication date. Any fans, friends (even non-friends) of Paul who have an interesting story to tell about Paul...we need to hear from you now. Our deadline is February 8th, 2002. Either good or very bad stories are all welcome and you can be included in the book, either as yourself or an assumed name if you wish to stay private. Please e-mail us soonest at [email protected]
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