Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy’ To Hit Bookshelves In October
Who would you rather get medical advice from? Some stuffy rich boy whose mommy paid for a decade of medical school, or a guy who once snorted a line of ants and bit the head off of a bat? Me too. That is exactly why Ozzy Osbourne’s magazine column is making the jump to bookstores in October.
The popular advice column ‘Ask Dr. Ozzy’ from Rolling Stone and The Sunday Times (London) is both ridiculous and informative. It was only a matter of time before Ozzy channeled his hilarious advice and medical knowledge (or lack thereof) in to an entire book. The book is titled ‘Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy – Advice from Rock’s Ultimate Survivor’ and will be released sometime this October.
The book will tackle several subjects and will also include untold ‘survival stories’ from Ozzy’s adventures over the years. Usually his column puts a comedic spin on the issues at hand, the book will explore some more serious fare as well such as his wife Sharon’s bout with cancer and the perils of cocaine abuse.
Ozzy Osbourne recently released deluxe editions of both ‘Diary of a Madman’ and ‘Blizzard of Ozz’ and has a few tour dates overseas in August. He has also been talking recording a new album with his current band and a possible reunion project with Black Sabbath.