The good news is that Edgar Gets Going: The Rise and Fall and Rise and Fall of a Fairly Decent Bass Player has actually been published by a real publisher (Now or Never Publishing from Vancouver).
The bad news is that, because of this, you need to spend real money to get it. Because that’s how businesses work.
The other good news, however, is that you can read the first couple of chapters HERE.
If you want to buy it, just use whatever book site you usually use. It should be available on all platforms. If you have any problems just shoot me a message.
Or you can order an autographed copy straight from my basement HERE.
And if you’re still not sure what to do here is the official book blurb:
As bass player for the ’80s one hit wonder, Rock Viper, Edgar Martin toured the world, had sex with groupies and made thousands of people deaf. But the band broke up years ago and Edgar’s now middle-aged, out of work and desperate for cash. His luck seems about to change however when his old manager calls and offers him a hot new gig. There’s just one thing — he band plays children’s music while dressed as giant forest creatures. Edgar would be the bee. Edgar swallows his pride and takes the gig. After all, it’s just one show. Little does he know he’s just taken the first step on a journey involving bribery, substance abuse, attempted murder and, of course, songs about squirrels.