Julius Grafton's much anticipated memoire; 'This Could be Serious' covers a life well lived, from the slums of Darlinghurst to a career across the music industry as a roadie, production owner, and publisher of industry journal 'CX Magazine' for 30 years.
He has experienced exhilarating highs and crashed brutally low since, rising and falling like a series of defective souffles. His 340 page book contains a lot of surprises, lifting the lid on many topics in and out of the pages of the magazine. Written when Covid struck, the book is edgy and unrestrained. Some of it is undoubtably defamatory. Grafton ignored his lawyer's advice and turned to self-publishing since the big publishers would not touch it. The book details a life starting in abject poverty, and finishes on a happy note as Grafton ekes out a living in the pandemic - with his (fourth) wife Kate by his side.
With rave reviews already in, This Could Be Serious is set to be a hit this holiday season. Available in paperback, Kindle, Apple Books and as an Audible audio book, narrated by Graeme Hague.
Launched on November 1st, the book has already pre-sold 10% of its first print run. Visit www.juliusgrafton.com to buy now.
This Blog is everything that is NOT in my new book. It's a collection of very random, un-edited pieces. Gives me the chance to let you hear my voice, and see some pictures.