The following article originally appeared in the AZI.media website on August 27, 2018.
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Crooked Media’s new book, “Sober: A Journalist’s Journey Through a Slow-Motion Death,” is out now and the publisher tells AZI, Media that the book is based on her experience covering the death of journalist Brian Williams, and that it contains a lot of “truth” but “it was not written with honesty and truthfulness in mind.
Crooked has written about her own experience of the death, and her story of how it led to a very dark place in her life.
She is also quoted in the book as saying, “I know that I’ve written something that I’m proud of and that people will remember me for.
But I feel like I’m telling a lie.
I’ve lied and lied.
“The book is about the death and the author’s experiences with Williams, but Crooked says she also wanted to address some of the issues raised by his death, such as the treatment of his family, his lack of sleep and his suicide attempt.
She also says in the introduction of the book that the story is not intended as a biography, but as an account of a journalist’s journey through the loss of a loved one.
She adds that the author hopes her book will help others “reflect on their own struggles and ask questions and find their voice in this process.”
In the book, Crooked writes that Williams was a “quiet guy,” and that he was a good guy, but that he would do anything for anyone, and if you could be of any good, that you would try to be.
Crooker also writes that he had a wife and a son, but her life was destroyed by her husband’s suicide attempt, which she describes as a “slap in the face.”
The author adds that Williams’ parents were also killed, and she does not know why her husband killed himself.
Crookers husband, Brian Williams (left), died of an apparent suicide after a brief relationship with his estranged wife, Susan Williams, in December of 2014.
His wife died of multiple stab wounds.
She had suffered from depression for years.
In a statement at the time, she said she had tried to kill herself “for a number of years,” and had been suicidal for years before that.
She also said she was afraid for her life, and had considered suicide for years because of her husband.
She was found dead in a garage in West Hollywood, California.
Williams’ family and friends are suing Crooked for defamation and wrongful death.
The publisher says that the lawsuit is frivolous and that the accusations are “ridiculous and baseless.”
Crooked writes in the acknowledgements of the new book that she hopes her story will help “many others understand that there is still a place for honesty, honesty, truth, and truthful reporting.””
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