Nothing But A Good Time

By Justin Quirk

A cultural history of Glam Metal: where it came from, how it defined America in the 1980s and how it all came crashing down.

Thursday, 3 September 2020


So, today's finally the day that NOTHIN' BUT A GOOD TIME is fully published. If you've had a chance to read your pre-release and patrons' copies I sincerely hope you've enjoyed it - thanks again for all your support for the project. This has been a very small indie project, and the thing which really makes a difference now is just getting the book out there - the two most useful things you can do are....

1. Post about the book on social media. You can tag me on Twitter @justindquirk or on Insta @no_ufos, and @unbounders for the publisher, but that kind of word of mouth massively helps.

2. Post a review of NBAGT on the main book sites. These really help to put the book up the rankings and increase its visibility (especially when they come in close to publication) and help more people to discover it. If you're on Amazon or Waterstones and can give it a ranking, I'd be extremely grateful.

I also appeared on Word magazine's Word In Your Ear event this week, talking to David Hepworth and Mark Ellen about the book. You can watch our whole conversation here. Finally, I'll be taking over @thesociallondon's Twitter feed at 6pm UK time today (Thursday) to host their after-work drinks and play them an. hour or so of the finest glam. Do join us...

Justin \m/

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