RATT Drummer Launches 'Wanted' Book Franchise

February 17, 2011

RATT drummer Bobby Blotzer and Blotzer Brothers Publishing are embarking on a new book franchise entitled "Wanted Things You Need To Know!"

This new informational book "series" will give the publishing industry a kick in the ass by inviting the world to participate in the first, as far as we know, "user-interactive" book.

Volume one of the series will be a follow-up to Bobby's acclaimed autobiography "Tales Of A Ratt: Things You Shouldn't Know". This first volume will have you the fans, asking the questions, about things you need to know! Any subject on anything and everything — rock-; RATT-; music-; and music business-related; touring, recording, studios, backstage, hotels, record deals, record producing, publishing deals, etc., anything goes — nothing is off limits.

Commented Blotzer: "I got the idea for the series in thinking, 'Wouldn't it be nice to approach the author of any given book that always has one or two unanswered questions?' I want to gather not only the questions, but also have the person posing the question be in the book itself. Including your name, where you're from, and a picture of you next to your questions.

"How fun, right?"

The "Wanted" series will start with '80s rock, with Blotzer taking part in the question-and-answer session. Shortly thereafter the series will expand into different industries regarding all subjects and people like you asking the questions that we all NEED to know.

This first book will arrive in the spring.

Also coming soon: Bobby Blotzer's new wine franchise, Ratt N Roll / Out Of The Cellar, featuring a fine selection of your favorite red and white wines.

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