Having been together for more than a quarter of a century, Bon Jovi are rightfully seen as true survivors in an industry that has a nasty habit of chewing up and spitting out even the most talented artists. Whatever it is that has made Jovi a truly magnificent band is revealed in the Bon Jovi Encyclopaedia via numerous entries, presented in A-Z format, which cover just about everything any fan could wish to know. Features every song they've recorded, members past and present, tours, gigs, associated bands and even dolls.
Based in the UK, Neil Daniels has written about hard rock and heavy metal for a wide range of magazines, fanzines and websites.
He has penned books on Judas Priest, Robert Plant, Linkin Park, Bon Jovi and Journey, and co-authored Dawn Of The Metal Gods: My Life In Judas Priest & Heavy Metal with original Judas Priest singer/co-founder Al Atkins. His third book on Judas Priest is Rock Landmarks: Judas Priest's British Steel.
His acclaimed series, All Pens Blazing: A Rock & Heavy Metal Writer's Handbook Volumes I & II, collects over a hundred original and exclusive interviews with some of the world's most famous rock and heavy metal scribes. His other duel collection, Rock 'N' Roll Mercenaries - Interviews With Rock Stars Volumes I & II, compiles over sixty interviews with many well-known rock stars and rock writers.
His books have so far been translated into Brazilian, Bulgarian, Czech, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish and Swedish with more foreign titles in the works.
2012 saw the publication of his books on Metallica, Iron Maiden and You Me At Six.
In February 2013, Neil published his first book of the year: AC/DC - The Early Years With Bon Scott (Independent Music Press). He has a further four books on rock and metal planned for 2013/14 publication, including titles on Pantera, UFO, ZZ Top, Bon Jovi and Iron Maiden.
His Createspace books include AOR Chronicles, Rock & Metal Chronicles, Hard Rock Rebels - Talking With Rock Stars, Rock 'N' Roll Sinners - Volumes I, II & III and the fictional rock 'n' roll novel, It's My Life.
His reviews, articles and interviews on music and pop culture have been published in The Guardian, Classic Rock Presents AOR, Classic Rock Presents Let It Rock, Rock Sound, Record Collector, Big Cheese, Powerplay, Fireworks, MediaMagazine, Rocktopia.co.uk, Get Ready To Rock.com, Lucemfero.com, musicOMH.com, Ghostcultmag.com, Drowned In Sound.com, BBCNewsOnline.co.uk, Carling.com, Unbarred.co.uk and Planet Sound on Channel 4's now defunct Teletext service.
He has also written several sets of sleeve notes for Angel Air and BGO Records.
He can also be found on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. He has author pages on both Amazon US and UK sites. Further details can be found on Wikipedia.
More information is obtainable at neildanielsbooks.wordpress.com and neildanielsbooks.tumblr.com.