On June 25, the world stopped, shocked by Michael Jackson's death. The web nearly crashed at 5,000 hits per minute. In this book, the author provides the space for humanity's voice to be heard. Our words are a mirror in which we can find the TRUTH about our-selves, RAW and UNEDITED. If you voiced your opinion about Michael Jackson online, YOUR WORDS MAY BE INSIDE THIS BOOK!
READ AND DISCOVER
WAS MICHAEL JACKSON "a black man who turned himself into a white woman," a "child molester" and a "drug addict" who has "looked dead for years"; OR WAS HE "an amazing man...a wonderful father" and "a musical genius," "too naïve and sweet for this world" who "filled our hearts with joy?"
IS HE GOING TO BE REMEMBERED as a "freak" or a "legend," as a "pedophile" or a "saint," as a "creep" who "couldn't get his life together" or a "shining star" who "inspired millions across the globe"?
This book captivates the entire spectrum of human opinion and emotion in print. It is the culmination of freedom of speech through the fastest medium of communication: The Internet.
Open this book and take the roller coaster ride that will take you FROM THE BRIGHTEST PEAKS TO THE DARKEST PITS OF SHOW BUSINESS THROUGH THE EYES OF THE WORLD! Are you ready to TAKE "THE RED PILL" AND OPEN YOUR EYES?
WE ARE THE MIRROR
Juja D, PhD is a published author in Bulgaria, EU. She was the creator and host of 96 episodes of the TV show "Aerobic Gymnastics" in the 80's, which continued airing regularly for 10 years after she immigrated to the U.S. When she had everything-the status and power of a celebrity and the appreciation and love of her colleagues and fans, Juja D left Bulgaria and immigrated to the U.S. with no English, $50 in her pocket and two teenage boys. She started from scratch, working at Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus as a vendor selling cotton candy and popcorn. Remembering the joy of detachment from public life and the feeling of freedom away from the spotlight, the most comforting thought she had at that time was, "I am so glad nobody knows me here" The author lived the rewards and pleasures of public life, but also paid the true price of fame, a price that takes a toll on one's total existence.