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H to stardom from uitting her job in hopes of becoming a rock star up to her frustrations in finding others who share the same dreams and ideasDespite being a book about becoming a rock star it is very relatable The characters were very well developed and the writing style of the author made it a fun and modern read Another good point is that ven if you have only a little knowledge about rock music most of the time you ll find yourself comparing aspects of Jenny s life and memories to your ownAll in all Don t Sleep With Your Drummer is funny intelligent and a true adventure It also provides a great satirical look in the music industry I would definitely recommend this book not just to anyone who loves music but also to those who Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time ever wished of being a rock star of having a rock band or trying to start a band and for those who are new to rock and roll lifestyleRock on Would give this zero stars if I could Awful This was great Reallyngrossing and I found it very hard to put down The characters are likeable and believable and you so want verything to Go Right For ThemJenny Uits right for themJenny uits job that she hates to start the band that she has always wanted to start It is a wonderful whirlwind of rock and roll A fast paced and nergetic read that I would recommend to veryone Grace I really wanted to love it but couldn tWhen I bought the book I thought I was going to read a fiction work about a girl who wanted bought the book I thought I was going to read a fiction work about a girl who wanted be a rockstar Instead I nded up with a diary of a 28 years old who thinks acts and writes like a 13 years old. K and Roll High School including the danger of trusting a record company Naturally Naughty Wicked Willing executive who ties a ponytail in his goatee and the ten telltale signs your bass player is living in your practice space Part diary part crash course in rock stardom Don't Sleep with Your Drummer is a hilarious no holds barred guide through the pleasures and pitfalls of the music industry from the beginning to the bitternd and back agai. .
The tone is amusing and the story Moves Along But The Formatting Was Really along But the formatting was really I want to feel like I m reading a novel not an owner s manual The nding seemed abrupt An ok book It had it moments but Drags A Lot Around The Middle Of a lot around the middle of book and the kinda picks up again at the nd of the book Good message about not giving up on your dreams but the fact that there s not much to the plot drags the book down This book was way better than I thought it was going to be It was one of those I have low Walled (The Line, expectations for you prove me wrong Sincero At first the journalntry format put me off thinking I m never going to be able to get anything out of this but within fifteen pages I was laughing and identifying with the ase and flow of the FORMAT IT WAS TRULY LIKE READING SOMEONE S JOURNAL It was truly like reading someone s journal discovering things along with them The narrator is obnoxious but in a sincere yet innocent way She is trying to piece her life together after being dragged down by the man for twenty ight nearing twenty nine years She finally decides That s nough and uits her numerous suit stuffed jobs and starts her band It is very inspiring to watch someone as old cuz 29 isn t OLD per se but it is a little LATE to get started in the game as she is grab hold of her dream and say I m not letting go Even if it kills me Too many times I ve seen the mundane life take hold of my friends with those admirable dreams and smother the crap out of them Too many times I ve seen the amazing and gifted and fearless person get washed up and taken down by At twenty ight Jenny Troanni has decided to become the rock goddess she was always meant to be Items on her new to do list include 1 uit going somewhere copywriting job and get going to band practice job 2 Break up with Hootie and the Blowfish lovin' boyfriend 3 Hang out in skanky bars Meet musicians 4 Cash in pension and buy kickass guitar amp 5 Team up with sex crazed guitar geniusbest friend Lucy Stover Ha. O called life We are here ONCE make of it

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you can By nd of the book I was definitely cheering her on and though she made some stupid mistakes who DOESN T they made for a very funny breakthrough backdrop to her life It was a very njoyable read I am a very funny breakthrough backdrop to her life It was a very njoyable read I am Sincero s next will be too Not really what was a very njoyable read I am hoping Sincero s next will be too Not really what was xpecting I somehow thought that was supposed to be a non fiction account Unfinished I uit on page 90 My fault I put it down last year and never picked it up again I lost any motivation to finish it I know I know I would probably like it if I finished But I m losing my patience with books these days If they aren t phenomenal I get bored asily This was one of the best books I ve read in a long time Jenny left her job in advertising that she hated to start a rock band In the process she makes some good decisions makes some bad ones makes some friends loses some friends and finds herself The characters This book is laugh out loud hilarious That is all you need to know about this debut novel by Jen Sincero Anyone who has spent their life and time in the music industry no matter how big or small can really relate to this story The good thing is One Giant Leap even if you know nothing about the latest in the music scene you will still surely love how the author relates this novel to the ups and downs of the music and recording worldWritten as a journal with additional notes to self Don t Sleep With Your Drummer s main character is an almost thirty year old punk rock chick named Jenny Troanni Witness as we follow her pat. Nover II After auditioningvery musician in the greater Los Angeles area including the deluded deranged and underaged Jenny finds the perfect lineup and 60 Foot ueenie is born But while reveling in free teuila shots autograph hunters and other perks of minor stardom Jenny realizes with a shock that 60 Foot ueenie is poised to become ven bigger than she imagined Suddenly she's learning the real lessons of Roc.
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