- Jul 25, 2011
Why not interview Martin Bashir while he's at it? smh
Well, he just singlehandedly destroyed his book sales.
Also editors ask the authors to add some dirt in order to get their book published.
Oh she talked about his music. I remember a Spiegel-documentation where she talked about the wonderful songs for example "We are the world" he wrote, she spoke about his hard childhood and the abuse he went through in his childhood. She seems to be emmpathic with MJ. She did this all in a manner that you have to think he had no chance, it was clear from his experiences he made he has to become a pedophile.
Oh, haters like Dimond love to put on this act of "I love his music, but..." - only to seem more impartial for those who do not know them better. That does not make them music experts, nor is a good reason to put their opinion in a book that is supposed to be about his music.
Absolutely!! Editors thought the only reason we were interested in Michael was bc of the sensational or salacious and they were totally wrong.Editors should realize that those times are over when writing trash about MJ sold books. Actually it never really sold books. It did sell tabloids, but not books.
As if having Rolling Stone and Diane Dimond on this wasn't enough to KNOW this isn't factual ... Literally the first sentence after listing the books credentials is ... "From the moment in 1965 when he first stepped on stage." Already wrong, it was 1963 ... So false facts at the first sentence ... You lost me at "From." SMH LOL
I'm still gonna read it even though it may be nauseating and painful. I do read every biography that comes out about him. Haven't found one that I absolutely love yet.