Re: Tombi's Autobiography - A Good Idea?
I don't usually read autobiographies, but this one had a strong amount of attitude and humor that really draws you into it. As long as you don't make it too much like a diary and stay on the path you're going, I think you're in the clear. I've never written one of these, and I've probably only read one or two of them in my lifetime (for school projects), so I don't have too much to say about how to go about writing one.
From what I've read and liked, I'd say keep the hooks and the attitude. We've all gone to school before, everyone can relate to these kinds of things. Shine light on all the things we were thinking, but never said it out loud and were too afraid to admit it openly in public. Keep it funny, people love that.