Brenda Dickson’s New Book is Rapidly Becoming a New York Times Best Seller
Destined to Become a Movie
This is a Hollywood story. It’s the no-holds-barred truth about what goes on behind the scenes in Hollywood. The things that are whispered behind closed doors. The things every actor faces but never speaks of for fear of being blacklisted. Oscar winner Shirley Jones has reviewed the book and says “This is must more than a book about a star on the Young and the Restless. . . It’s a real life drama of dashed dreams, broken promises and powerful Hollywood types that use money and sex to get their way – Not for the squeamish”. Emmy winner, Oscar nominated, Renee Taylor (The Nanny) has also read this book and strongly recommends it to anyone who is interested in Hollywood. These two inspirational women in Hollywood understand and appreciate Brenda Dickson’s story. People’s Choice award winner Brenda Dickson writes a story that tugs at your heart strings, that is laugh out loud funny, sexy, vibrant and a bit of a roller coaster ride. She tries to get away from a powerful producer’s family who she believes does not want her to have her property. Not as an actress and not as a person, as they continue to interfere with her multimillion dollar divorce, and try to keep her out of Hollywood. Miss Dickson is now in the California Court to try and get her property back.
This book tells you what happened to Brenda Dickson’s “Jill Abbott” on The Young and the Restless. It takes you through her life in Hollywood from age 17, after winning Miss California until now. How she was discovered as an actress. The book has fabulous and stunning Hollywood color photographs taken by top photographers, including her best-selling posters.
Her lovers and relationships with Mike Nader (Dex Dexter on Dynasty and Dimitri Marick on All My Children), Richard Thomas (while filming The Waltons), Ernest Thompson (they dated when he was writing the play that became the Academy Award-winning film On Golden Pond), the famous retailer Fred Segal, and Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr., her first real love. It describes her wealthy two ex-husbands, who she believes were directly connected to executive producer William J. Bell, and how they helped to keep her out of Hollywood.
It covers the blacklisting in Hollywood, who Dickson has reason to believe producer Bill Bell orchestrated (the breach of contract and illegal firing), and the $11 million fixed trial. (It tells how all of her trials were fixed.) Mafia cartel judges and attorneys were enlisted to launder $15.5 million, which was her two divorce estates, and how they ruined her multi-million dollar career and left her without property and without support TWICE! Why they kept her out of Hollywood because she brought in more ratings than the entire show! She talks about the Bill Bell sexual harassment, and how he got hold of her at a very young age.
The Bill Bell Hype Train is about to crash and the truth is about to come out! Fasten your seatbelts, as you ride with the “Bell Family Roller Coaster.”