On Power by Gene Simmons with Limited-Edition Autographed Bookplate

We are proud to one of only two booksellers worldwide offering these limited-edition signed bookplates with pre-orders of On Power!

Thank you to Gene and his team and our friends at HarperCollins for the honor of sharing this with you.  

And, thank you for supporting a small business!  

Gene's book is not only a fantastic read, it's a very cool gift.  Within the continental U.S., buy 3 and you get free media mail shipping! We always wrap for free. Just put your wrapping instructions in the comments field.

Fountain Bookstore copies also come with complimentary limited-edition matching bookmarks.

(Shipments are limited to 3 per household). 

Books will ship the day before the release date of 11/14/17.

More about the book:

Gene Simmons, KISS front-man, multi-hyphenate entrepreneur, and master of self-invention, shares his philosophy on power--how to attain it, how to keep it, and how to harness it as a driving force in business and in life.




As co-founder of KISS, America's #1 gold record-award-winning group of all time, Gene Simmons knows the thrill and seduction of power firsthand. But gold records alone don't equal power, he advises. The decisions you make once you attain a certain level of success are what separate the pretenders from the pantheon of the truly strong.

Inspired by Niccolo Machiavelli's The Prince, Simmons offers his unique take on the dynamics of power, in every realm of life, from the bedroom to the boardroom, to the world of rock, celebrity, and social media, to politics. With one-of-a-kind stories from his life and career, as well as stories from historical and contemporary masters of power, including Cleopatra, Napoleon Bonaparte, Warren Buffett, and Elon Musk, Simmons crafts a persuasive and provocative theory of power and how it is used to drive civilization.

According to Simmons, power is a living, breathing thing, and he explains how it can be attained, used, abused, and lost. He also discusses how the rules of power are changing in today's fast-paced, hyper-connected world in a way that Machiavelli never could have imagined--and how we all need to learn to adapt to achieve success.

About the author:

Known as rock's ultimate showmen, Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons founded the hard rock supergroup KISS in the early 1970s. Since then, KISS has sold more than eighty million albums and performed more than two thousand shows around the world, and is still touring today.