During a recent radio interview, Paul Stanley revealed that he will at last write his autobiography. Blabbermouth.net reported Stanley as saying, "This will come back to haunt me, because, of course, mine is in the works. Autobiographies, for the most part, to me, are like writing a love letter to yourself. I mean, George Orwell said that the autobiography is the most outrageous form of fiction. How objective can you be when you are writing about yourself?"

Stanley touched upon the fact that he's the last of the original Kiss lineup to put their version of the band's history in black and white: "I think it's terrific. Especially, it's funny, at this point, with the three other guys from the original lineup having written books. It's kind of like, 'OK, have you all said your piece? OK? Now let me tell you what happened.'"

Kiss fans had long given up on Stanley penning his memoirs after he said in an interview years ago that he "had no interest in tooting my own horn."