Upcoming Virtual Book Tour for Good bye Billie Jean; The Meaning of Michael Jackson

I am very proud to be a part of a wonderful project curated by the talented author Lorette C. Luzajic entitled goodbye Billie Jean, the meaning of Michael Jackson.

In support of this project I will be posting an interview with Lorette on January 20th and then on February 10th I will be posting a review of the book. This book is available on Amazon and at Lorette's blog

This is a beautiful book and if you are a Michael Jackson fan or a fan of this author this would be a wonderful addition to your library. If you know a Michael Jackson fan this is an ideal gift.

51 Contributors including the Luzajic make this a fascinating read!

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I would love to read this book. I was a teen of the eighties, and loved his music and videos, and passed them on to my children to enjoy as well.
And then I watched as his life turned sad and lonely. I really felt sorry for him when he began to live a more confused and convoluted life. I believe he was always alone in the mass crowds that were his life.
He will be missed. Peace be with him
I agree. I wrote one little poem in there but the entire book delves into a lot of the different opinions/aspects of his life and personality including an essay from a friend of his.

It's not your usual MJ memorial fluff...this book is excellent, quite impressive and very large as well!

I highly recommend it.

If you do purchase it let me know what you think of it. Oh and come back for my review in a few weeks at the end of the book tour :)
carmilevy said…
It sounds like an extraordinary tribute to an extraordinary life. It saddened me that in his later years, the tabloid-obsessed "media" chose to focus on his eccentricities and not on his artistic uniqueness. The perils of giftedness, I guess.

Either way, your achievements in poetry continue to inspire.