The British Book awards celebrates books that are very well written and brilliantly published. Bruce Dickinson`s “What Does This Button Do – an Autobiography” – released October 2017 – is nominated “Book of the Year”, category Non-Fictive: Narrative.
The Brilliance of Writing
“The true range, breadth and brilliance of writing and publishing is demonstrated in these shortlists, from the unexpected triumphs to the brand juggernauts. The year 2017 was marked by big books that got bigger, break-outs that broke further, and conversation starters that spoke louder.” says Chair of the Judges, Phillip Jones.
Straight to the Top
“What Does This Button Do” – the long-awaited memoir from the multifaced rock legend, aviator and successful entrepreneur – went straight to the top of bestseller lists in both UK (ranked by Sunday Times) and NYC (by NYC Times) when released.
180 000 words by hand….
Bruce Dickinson wrote the script by hand (!) while touring with his band Iron Maiden to six continents with their Jumbo Jet 747 (himself captaining the Aircraft).
What Does This Button Do is best described as an up-close look inside the Life, Heart and Mind of one of the biggest icons in the History of Rock Music.
Winners of The British Book Award to be announced May 14th, UK.
Bruce Dickinson`s Autobiography is published by Harper Collins.
Written by Cathrine Astad, Catwork.
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