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Night time can be frightening, especially when you’re all alone.


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He wanted revenge but found love instead.


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Some promises are meant to be broken, Some vows are forever…


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Can the course that they’ve set for the future handle a slight detour...?


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The famous bells are ringing a hero’s welcome when a former army captain returns home...


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"A cracker of a read—her best yet!"—B. A. Paris


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Trading favors, battling wills, and winning love


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Bound by love. . .torn apart by secrets.


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Will a blackout change everything for these unlikely lovers?


Vj by Mark Goodman

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Vj, May 2013
Hardcover

Also by Nina Blackwood:

Vj, May 2013
Hardcover

Also by Alan Hunter:

Vj, May 2013
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Also by Martha Quinn:

Vj, May 2013
Hardcover

Vj
Mark Goodman, Nina Blackwood, Alan Hunter, Martha Quinn

The Unplugged Adventures of MTV's First Wave

Atria Books
May 2013
On Sale: May 7, 2013
336 pages
ISBN: 1451678126
EAN: 9781451678123
Hardcover
$25.00
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Non-Fiction

MTV’s original VJs offer a behind-the-scenes oral history of the early years of MTV, 1981 to 1987, when it was exploding, reshaping the culture, and creating “the MTV generation.”

Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter, and Martha Quinn (along with the late J. J. Jackson) had front-row seats to a cultural revolution—and the hijinks of music stars like Adam Ant, Cyndi Lauper, Madonna, and Duran Duran. Their worlds collided, of course: John Cougar invited Nina to a late-night “party” that proved to be a seduction attempt. Mark partied with David Lee Roth, who offered him cocaine and groupies. Aretha Franklin made chili for Alan. Bob Dylan whisked Martha off to Ireland in his private jet.

But while VJ has plenty of dish—secret romances, nude photographs, incoherent celebrities—it also reveals how four VJs grew up alongside MTV’s devoted viewers and became that generation’s trusted narrators. They tell the story of the ’80s, from the neon-colored drawstring pants to the Reagan administration, and offer a deeper understanding of how MTV changed our culture. Or as the VJs put it: “We’re the reason you have no attention span.”

Media Buzz

Rachael Ray - August 14, 2013
Rachael Ray - May 22, 2013
Access Hollywood - May 16, 2013
Today - May 11, 2013
The View - May 7, 2013
Today - May 6, 2013

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