Press

Here is what the press has said about Cherry Bomb:

“You go, grrrl. Rock n roll isn’t just a musical genre; it’s a mentality.”
– Vogue Fashion Rocks

“Think of it as a cool girl’s guide to life.”
-CosmoGirl! magazine

“For the barely legal Hot Topic generation, this lil’ purple and black confection might just be life-changing.”
-LA Weekly

“Borzillo flips the idea of a “girl guide” head over spiked heels and delivers an encyclopedia of awesomeness for gals who aren’t afraid to take life into their own hands and live by their own rules.”
-SuicideGirls.com

“It’s a wickedly funny, informative and alternately sexy and cute book… Carrie is indeed an expert and an authority on how to be a chick who rocks and her tone is always affectionate and supportive of her fellow femmes and she never adopts a snarky, ironic or sarcastic tone.”
-Hit Parader magazine

“Borzillo shines in this funny, smart and unabashed tribute to the inner rock goddess in all of us.”
-Pasadena magazine

“Carrie Borzillo has taken the fluffy and tired genre known as “grrrl guides” (the girl-powery nonfiction sister to chick lit) and given it claws – black, of course.”
-LA Weekly

“Few books explode with the passionate joie de vivre of Carrie Borzillo’s Cherry Bomb.” -Connecticut magazine

“With plenty of off-the-wall references and lots of good advice, this is a book that should please girls of all kinds”-Curve

“Cherry Bomb delivers on all its promises and does impart relevant and easy to follow tips on how to become a better flirt, tougher chick and hotter girlfriend. The tips are practical and easily doable, no matter who you are or what kind of budget you are on.”
– Desicritics.org blog

“Borzillo has given a voice to young adults that is nonexistent in the self help/guide book category.”
-Play New Haven magazine

“Borzillo-Vrenna has made her mark in lifestyle books. She was put on twist on life that is refreshing and new.”
-Lumino magazine

“The book is fun, edgy and witty.”
-The Observer

“For women who want to make it in the all too male-dominated music industry – and music journalism in particular – writer Carrie Borzillo is an inspiration.” -PopDose

“It’s empowering to a whole new generation of girls from those who have “been there.” -Gothic Beauty