From a supply and demand perspective, there may be a whole lot that Casey Anthony will be offering in the coming months, but I highly doubt there will be any demand for a book. But the fact is that in every one of those instances, the celebrity had a modicum of sympathy.
His first novel for young readers, Zeke Bartholomew: There needs to be a figure readers can cheer for, relate to in some way. They will mourn Caylee, and care even less for Casey.
I have no doubt a television special which could be watched for free would draw huge ratings. While that cannot be changed, I think there would be public anger if, once again, the press seemed to drop everything to cover Casey Anthony yet again, given all the hugely important issues that will shape the nation over the coming 18 months.
I find it exceedingly hard to believe that, if Casey did kill Caylee, she would confess to it in a book. Add to this the incredible amount of publicity attention this case has already received.
Amy Fisher is a tougher one to understand--my feelings are twofold: There are some who feel that the prosecution did not meet the burden of proof required to convict Casey Anthony, but that is a far cry from convincing people to stand in line at a bookstore for her autograph.
Yes, there is absolutely a morbid curiosity around her. Many people have pointed to other controversial celebrities who wrote successful books. It was catharsis for many. And unless a book comes out in the next six months, people will have moved on.
Simpson was a Hall-of-Fame running back, an icon for decades, and he had a fair share of supporters both during and after the trial, especially since the case seemed to be divided along racial lines.
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Additionally, the man she was having an affair with, Joe Buttafuoco, was seen by many as the primary antagonist in the case.
In order to sell books, there needs to be a protagonist. Even reality stars like the Kardashians and Snooki. Next year is an election year. Visit him at www. But the analysts are wrong. The notion of a Casey Anthony book is simply more water being squeezed from that stone, the media trying to drain out a last few columns and angles before the well dries up and we move on.The Palm Beach Post is reporting that the Casey Anthony book being shopped reveals details not previously made public.
Private investigator Dominic Casey says that Anthony allegedly drove around with the body of her dead toddler in the car for five days. Casey Anthony wants to write an advice book, according to reports.
The just-acquitted Floridian expressed her literary desires in jailhouse letters. In jailhouse letters penned while she was in Orlando County Jail in andthe accused murderer dreamed of setting the record straight. Turns out Stephen Meininger, the trustee overseeing Anthony's bankruptcy case, has asked the court to allow Casey to write her story -- or at least sell the rights to it.
On Friday, Meininger filed a motion in federal court in Tampa, asking Judge K. Rodney May to let them sell "exclusive worldwide rights" of Anthony's life story. NEW YORK – Book publishers in New York are in a bidding war to land Casey Anthony’s tell-all book. The price tag is up to $3 million.
Book Publishers have started a fierce bidding war for the rights to Casey Anthony’s autobiography. May 10, · Jose Baez, the attorney who represented Casey Anthony, has written a tell-all book about the trial – and says his controversial client won’t make any money off of it.
The page book, titled Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony: The Inside Story, will hit bookstores in July – a year after Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old. After the media tsunami surrounding the Casey Anthony trial and verdict, 'analysts' have come forward stating that the most reviled mother since Faye Dunaway in "Mommie Dearest" could reap nearly seven figures for a book deal.Download