Learning How to Sing
Everyone knows i’m a huge uber fan of this singer, and not just as a singer, but as a person. His humility and sarcasm is evident in his idiosyncratic gestures, and that’s why so many people are drawn to him, and many with great aversion.
As for me, i’m a true fan, no joke, I’ve even attended one of his concerts, bought myself a huge poster book, and got his audio CD of this book as a gift from a good friend.
As for the book, i gave it a good 3 out of 5 stars because, 1- he didn’t write the book. I sort of wished he did, like i wished he wrote his own songs, but we all can’t be that talented in every field. 2- It was an easy read, but it was honest, straight to the point, and no holds bar when it came to personal things that could have been too vulnerable to share, but i admire the courage he had to say and admit the things he had to say about his birth father, about his geekiness, and even about his religion. It is an honest account that he gave knowing that it could be used to further taunt him as a momma’s boy, a geek, a goody-goody, but it also showed his resilience to stand up for who he really is.
and 3- it is inspiring. he is the underdog.