There isn't exactly a shortage of Kiss memoirs on the marketplace, but Ace Frehley hopes you've got room for a few more on your bookshelf.

Speaking with the Rock Pit to promote his upcoming 'Space Invader' LP, Frehley pulled back the curtain on preparations for his next book, the follow-up to his 2011 autobiography 'No Regrets.' Saying he expects it to "be along the same lines as the first one," he added that he has "a couple of chapters written," and went on to offer a few hints as to what fans can expect to find in the pages.

"I don’t believe in bashing people, I don’t believe in a lot of negativity, so most of the stories in the book are going to be about me, funny stories and funny situations on the road, all stories about me in the Bronx growing up, and so on and so forth," continued Frehley. "There wasn’t much in the first book about the Frehley’s Comet years, and there’s plenty of stories along those lines, there’s still plenty of Kiss stories, and plenty of stories of me growing up. I probably have enough stories for five books."

Frehley didn't include any sort of timeline for the project's release, but he did offer a peek into his writing routine, which seems rigid enough that he should be able to finish another book's worth of material sooner than later. "Every day I wake up and I remember something else that I completely forgot about," he mused. "You know, I just turned 63; I’ve lived a lot in my life. The latest thing was I was just talking to my fiancee, Rachel, about the time I went over to John McEnroe’s house, the famous tennis player, and I remembered something. I’ll have to give John a call and document it for my next book."