No. I have no wish to.
I have no problem with "captured" (kidnapped, illegaly detained) servicemen/women going along with the farce of appearing on TV, saying how naughty we are and the rest of it. I understand they are actually advised to do so in order to increase the chances of their survival, and it has no military or morale effect as it is obvious to everyone in the West that they are speaking/writing under coercion: in fact the propaganda value is all in favour of the West.
I suppose I cannot object to their writing accounts of the incident AFTER they leave the service. I am an avid reader of (among other things) autobiographies from WW2 (and WW1) and there is, I suppose, a direct parallel.
However, I cannot agree with them selling their stories while still in the service. This is distasteful in the extreme, if nothing else.
I would hope that they all donate their fees to service charities and it doesn't happen again.