Ryan Holiday is a marketing expert who plays the game according to the rules. A strict follower and supporter of local news blogs, Twitter phenomenon. Why? Because he knows the most functional way to use the media, the most powerful manipulation tool in the era, has passed by. He’s a terrific liar who’s been able to manipulate the New York Times daily, Holiday. All of this must be a conscientious illness, and Holiday focuses on opening public awareness with this book. We could call it an autobiography, Believe me, for lying. The anatomy of Lying, manipulating the story, the wrong orientation of the masses for resale, is being transmitted with this confession.  The advice is: if you want to be a good media literate writer after that, get your first job read this book.