I got some more great piercer feedback. This one is a message from a new Facebook friend:
I have read The Piercing Bible a few times, and I refer to it often. I think it's a really great asset to the industry, it's very important for people curious about piercing to be educated, and be able to tell the difference between a professional piercer and a hack!
I wish it would've been around earlier though, my mom was looking through it and joked that she wished she could have bought me that book back when I was a teenager sticking safety pins in my lips! Haha.
I'm really glad I've had your book handy during my apprenticeship, I don't think it's possible to be a good piercer without being an informed piercee. Thank you so much for writing it!
Thanks so much for all of the great feedback; I really appreciate it! I wish it had been around sooner too. It took about five years to write it!
Are you familiar with Pain Magazine? I write a monthly column for the magazine. It is called "Ask Angel" and I answer questions from piercers. You can find archives on their website here:
my article is always on page 16.
If you have any questions that aren't answered in my book, feel free to send me a message.