Ginger Gilmour, the wife of Pink Floyd's David Gilmour from 1975 to 1989, has released her memoirs but don't look for a scandal filled tome.
LONDON, Dec. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon is Ginger's personal way of thanking David for such a wonderful adventure-filled life (a story never told before). A life that witnessed the creation of the greatest body of music of the Floyd, the tearing down of the Wall and recovery.
It consists of 653 pages, 140 photographs and 90 descriptive stories as she walks us thru individual chapters of her life … glimpsing her heart as you meander down the hallways of her life, pausing & peeking inside a closet or two. For the first time, Ginger tells the true, inside story of meeting David, their courtship and marriage, and growing a family amidst an unimaginable rock 'n' roll adventure and beyond.
Her self-published book has been described as two or even three books in one. It is not a tell-all, but a collection of self-revealing stories of love, truth, motherhood and creativity.
Many have expressed that Ginger paints with words. Through her artwork and self-belief that she shares, she has created a work of art. It is evident to the reader that Ginger's passion is to uplift others' hearts beyond the challenges of life, most of all, to remember the Beauty that they are.
NOTE FROM A READER: "What a wonderful glimpse. I love the way you let the reader into your memories. It feels close, genuinely intimate yet fresh. Asa serious follower of all Floyd things, I find this book, alongside Nick's, fundamental to understand the human beings behind the legend. I have found another door, beside his music, into the soul of the man that has inspired me so much."
'Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon' is brimming with content that will enlighten anyone who was part of that Rock 'n' Roll Era or ever dreamt they would have been.
Get your copy today.
Available through Ginger's website.
'Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon'
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