SHARON OSBOURNE EXTREME: My AutobiographyEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
Exhausting memoir soaked in bodily fluids from warmhearted showbiz vulgarian Osbourne.The wife of madman rocker Ozzy relates her turbulent life story in chummy, "ain't-I-a-stitch" prose that is in equal parts endearing and embarrassing. The daughter of prominent London music executive (and alleged organized-crime figure) Don Arden, Sharon became inured at an early age to all manner of debauchery ... Read full review
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I worked with Artie Mogul at Music Publishers Holding-Warner Brothers Music Division in the early 1960s.
I often wondered what became of him as I left the employ and returned to my hometown in Bangor, Maine.
I too have some memories of him and will include them in a future book that I'm writing along with the two I have already published titled, "LuLu's Back In Town" and The Stalker Pressed Send."
I always considered Artie to be a good looking Sammy Glick of, "What Makes Sammy Run," type.
I can see by the excerpt of this book that he eventually lived up to my expectations.
Personally, I went out of my way not to get involved with any of his business dealings.
I saw him referred to as, "The Late Artie Mogul" on another website.
Rest in Peace, Artie.
I still wouldn't give you the fifteen cents to buy a cruller for your breakfast.
I don't like back biters!