Sep 2, 2016
Newest publication “The Personal Life MJ Might Have Lived, But For…” from Fulton Books author Maria Gee Madsen is a fascinating work that describes a parallel life for Michael, one full of great joy, fulfillment, and happiness.
New York, NY, September 2, 2016 (Newswire.com)
Maria Gee Madsen, a Christian and self-proclaimed realist with a master’s degree from Brandeis University who has received several photography and writing awards, has completed her most recent book “The Personal Life MJ Might Have Lived, But For…”: It is an amazing and intriguing alternate reality of what Michael Jackson’s life might have been had he met the woman he was destined to be with. What happened to her?
Ms. Madsen is passionately against the effect negative publicity had on Michael’s life. “I was inspired to write the book after having dreams about the disingenuous portrayal of Michael’s personal life by negative factions seeking to destroy the reputation of an awesome human being so well loved. I believe that if the haters can fabricate a negative depiction of the personal life Michael fiercely protected; a fan should be able to create a positive depiction of that same personal life. I believe Michael might have contacted me, from the grave, to offer his fans a more pleasant way to remember him as having a personal life he might have enjoyed living.”
Published by Fulton Books, Maria Gee Madsen’s book parallels the life of Mr. Michael Jackson. Out of respect, the author uses the name Michael Joseph Johnson instead of Michael Joseph Jackson. The book is recommended for adults only because of the sexual content.
This delightful work of fiction begins with the infamous telephone call that Michael must have received informing him that he was to be arrested and charged with child molestation. The only difference is that he was not alone. He had the love of his life at his side to comfort him.
Readers who wish to challenge their minds by experiencing this creative work can purchase “The Personal Life MJ Might Have Lived, But For…” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books