AUDIO BOOK REVIEW: Miss Memory Lane by Colton Haynes
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Four years ago, Colton Haynes woke up in a hospital. He’d had two
seizures, lost the sight in one eye, almost ruptured a kidney, and been
put on an involuntary psychiatry hold. Not yet thirty, he knew he had to
take stock of his life and make some serious changes if he wanted to see
his next birthday.
As he worked towards sobriety, Haynes allowed himself to become vulnerable for the first time in years and with that, discovered profound self-awareness. He had millions of social media followers who constantly told him they loved him. But what would they think if they knew his true story? If they knew where he came from and the things he had done?
Now, Colton bravely pulls back the curtain on his life and career, revealing the incredible highs and devastating lows. From his unorthodox childhood in a small Kansas town, to coming to terms with his sexuality, he keeps nothing back.
By sixteen, he had been signed by the world’s top modeling agency and his face appeared on billboards. But he was still a broke, lonely, confused teenager, surrounded by people telling him he could be a star as long as he never let anyone see his true self. As his career in television took off, the stress of wearing so many masks and trying to please so many different people turned his use of drugs and alcohol into full-blown addiction.
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