In its first two weeks of bookstore sales, La Toya Jackson’s memoir, “Starting Over,” has hit the New York Times Best Sellers List for the week ending July 2, 2011. The memoir is published by Simon & Schuster’s Gallery Books and Ja-Tail Publishing Company.
It features La Toya as you’ve never seen her before, giving a first-hand account of her tumultuous life as she survived life threatening abuse and heartache, only to come back as a survivor, stronger than before.
According to Ja-Tail, the memoir also focuses on the loss of her brother, Michael Jackson, and La Toya’s role in bringing his killers to justice.
It says recently featured on NBC’s the Today Show, MSNBC, and in the pages of the New York Post, the memoir sheds new light on the dynamics of the Jackson family and discloses the truth behind the curtain of secrecy and intrigue that has surrounded her brother Michael, her siblings, and the rest of the Jackson dynasty.
La Toya Jackson is no stranger to success on the list; in 1991, Jackson penned her first book, “La Toya, Growing Up In The Jackson Family,” which made history and remained on the list at the number two position, selling millions of copies worldwide, claims Ja-Tail.
“I’m so excited to have my family of fans updated on my story and to get the truth out there about myself, my family, and my brother,” La Toya stated.
“It is very important for me to share with the world the love Michael and I had and how special our relationship was, as well as the promise I’ve made to keep his spirit and memory alive and pure.”
Ja-Tail made the announcement Thursday, July 14.