By: Christi Given September 14, 2022 10pm PT, MT
Legendary singer-songwriter, Pat Boone recently released a new book entitled, “If (The Eternal Choice We All Have to Make),” which is now on Amazon Books. Here is the book’s synopsis:
“Will you take a trip with me, a long miraculous journey? ‘IF’ starts with God choosing a normal guy from normal beginnings, and enabling that guy to make lots of hit records; star in major movies; host highly rated TV shows and specials; hobnob with kings and queens, presidents and prime ministers; father four beautiful daughters with his beautiful wife, Shirley, and share sixty-five years of marriage, resulting in sixteen grandkids and eleven greats (and counting); have exciting business successes like owning a professional basketball team and a TV station; starting worldwide humanitarian organizations; and more, lots more. But wait!
Along the way, God taught this “normal guy” some supernatural facts and lessons that can be of supernatural benefit to you! ‘IF’you’re wondering–I was that guy, of course, and while you may or not know my “celebrity” and public achievements, hardly anybody but my closest friends and family know of the hardships, disappointments, and tragedies we’ve experienced. But God has proved Himself real to us and helped us survive–and thrive–through it all! He has showed us simple, basic truths we all desperately need. And they can make an eternal, equally miraculous difference in your journey. IF… IF… IF… Interested? I hope you are. I want to share my journey with you.“
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ABOUT the Author and Legend Pat Boone
“In the years immediately prior to the British Invasion, only one performer rivaled the chart dominance of Elvis Presley, and that was Pat Boone. Boone was the very essence of wholesome American values. At a time when the rise of Rock ‘n Roll was viewed as a sign of the apocalypse, he made the music appear safe and non-threatening, earning some 38 Top 40 hits in the process. Born Charles Eugene Patrick Boone on June 1, 1934 in Jacksonville, FL, and raised in Nashville, TN, “Pat” Boone attended high school in Nashville and sang in church with his brother, Nick, and family, and all over town at school affairs, community events, and on local TV and radio. Boone made his recording debut in 1954 on Republic Records, followed a year later by his Dot Records debut “Two Hearts, Two Kisses.” At the end of 1955 he notched his first No. 1 hit with a rendition of Fats Domino’s “Ain’t That a Shame.” Boone later recorded numerous songs originating from the likes of Little Richard, the El Dorados, the Flamingos, and Ivory Joe Hunter. From 1956–1963, Boone accumulated nearly 54 chart appearances, many of them with two-sided hits. His most notable smashes included the No. 1 records “Don’t Forbid Me,” “Love Letters in the Sand” and “April Love,” all three issued in 1957. That same year he began hosting his own ABC television series “The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom,” which featured a number of top-name guests, including Ella Fitzgerald, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Connie Frances, Roy Rogers, Frankie Avalon, and Tony Bennett, among many others. Among his numerous awards and accolades, Boone has sold 45 million records worldwide, has 13 gold singles, two gold albums and a platinum album, and has recorded over 2,300 songs…more than any recording artist in recorded music history! He’s starred in 15 movies, including 1957’s Bernardine, and he has three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2003 Boone was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, along with Amy Grant and the Blind Boys of Alabama. Pat and Shirley (Foley) Boone (daughter of Country star ‘Red’ Foley) were married for over 65 years. “We lived a wonderful, blessed life together. I’ve parted with my better half for a little while…but we don’t die, we just move on to another place, and today (January 11, 2019) was moving day,” Pat said of his high school sweetheart. “She’s changed her address is all and moved to a different mansion that I expect to join her in one day.”
[Source: https://patboone.com ]
Readers, will you purchase and read the book?
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