(How to update your Profile Picture/Header, Account Settings and notifications, more information about the various MJ Sections on this site—and A New Story Coming in November 2021 Update!) Hello Everyone!
Once again, Thanks for joining the "Break O' Dawn Club." As I stated in a newsletter early last month, I won't send these out often but only to the people who subscribe to my newsletter and would like the latest book news when I release chapters—and a weekly blog digest
Many years ago, when I first laid eyes upon this gorgeous picture of Michael in his autobiography 'Moonwalk,' I kissed this photo until it got damaged, prompting me to buy another copy! Lol! There is something just so sexy about the "Victory" Era that sets my loins ablaze! Sure, this might have been more information than y'all needed to know—but! We are here to love and lust on our sweetheart, Michael! Please feel free to drop in the comments the cute and embarrassing things
As most of you all know, I love me some romance! But I also love paranormal-type stories as well! A few years ago, I read a story that encompassed romance and the paranormal—and I absolutely loved it! I also adore the singer, Irene Cara, who of which is the leading lady in the story. So, if you're looking for a spicy and haunting MJ Fanfic read for Halloween, then please do check out "Over My Dead Body" by 'Offthewallbby.' 'Offthewallbby' is another sweet writer and reader th
Has anyone ever wondered about the "hole" on Michael's chrome, armored chest plate, worn on the HIStory tour? Before finding out, I'd glance at that hole a few times—given my eyes were already on that location! Come on, ladies, given the nature of this site, I don't need to be bashful about why my eyes were drawn to that particular area—whether Michael was wearing the gold pants or not. But anyhoo, back to the mysterious hole. Per Michael Bush's book "The King of Style," Mic
The Black Jackson Estate (Celebrating The Life & Artistry Of Michael Jackson From A Black Millennial Perspective!) The Black Jackson Estate Podcast is my absolute favorite Michael Jackson podcast! As a black woman and a millennial myself, it's a great change of pace to hear an MJ podcast by a group of people that I bond with culturally. I'll never forget when I interacted with the "BJE's" Twitter account on their Butterflies vs.You Rock My World poll—one of the greatest MJ so
In 1971, Michael Jackson made his solo debut with the song "Got To Be There"—written by Elliot Willemsky and released on Motown Records. The single shot to #1 on Cashbox's pop and R&B singles charts—while reaching #4 on Billboards pop and R&B singles charts. And as the saying goes, the rest is HIStory! Michael became one of the most beloved, honored, and decorated music artists of all time. However, in my opinion, and I'm sure you'd agree, he is "The Most!" beloved, honored,
A few months ago, I watched a live interview of Michael's Music Director, Greg Phillinganes—and I loved it. If you haven't had a chance to watch this interview, please do so. As a MJ fan for 30+ years, one of my favorite things to do is learn more about Michael's creative process from people who worked with him for many years. Not only was Greg Philliganes Michael's music director (he worked on all of MJs solo albums), but he had been knowing and working with Michael and the