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These bonafide cowgirl book review by Cowgirl Book Editor Chris Enss, a New York Times Bestselling author who writes about women of the Old West, is sure to give you some good insight into what to read this winter season.
Linda Grey’s High Road From Dallas
You may know her as the iconic star of the original Dallas television show, but in Linda Grey’s new book The Road to Happiness Is Always Under Construction, you’ll come to know her as the relentlessly positive, inarguably talented, and undeniably inspiring woman that she is today.
The 75-year-old actress, director and former United States Ambassador (and former COWGIRL cover model) opens up about the long and bumpy road to happiness she’s traveled, navigating childhood illness, troubled marriages, devastating loss and the dark side of fame most of us never see. But despite tragedy and hardship, Linda has experienced decades of success and international acclaim as one of the world’s most recognizable stars.
In this deeply personal and honest autobiography, Linda shares her stories and her hard-earned wisdom, encouraging her readers and fans to pursue a physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy lifestyle.
With wit, humor and candor, she recounts the lessons learned from years in the Hollywood spotlight, life as a single working mother, and the gracefulness with which aging should be approached.
Linda Grey’s fearless perspective on the road to happiness includes humility, hope and the timeless advice to “give, love, and shine, baby, shine.” She certainly does!