Look, I know fully damned well that I've only written one book. Don't tell me something I already know, k? You want me to list the page in the navigation as, BOOK'? I don't think so. Totally lame. Makes it look like I'm unproductive. Like I'm a one-book author. Jesus, man. I can't count the projects I'm working on... just the novel starts, for God's sake.
So don't tell me. right?
“[A] masterfully rendered biography. Compulsively readable and... fascinating.” Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
“Other biographies cannot emit the raw emotion and intimate details…in this well-written and compelling memoir.” Library Journal'
“Heartwarming and heart-wrenching…I couldn’t put it down.” Tab Hunter
“I was touched by the truth, love, pain and honesty of this book.” Maureen O’Hara
“In this remarkable book, his son Jeffrey Buckner Ford has written a poignant love letter to his parents, telling their story with unflinching honesty and candor, told in an extremely well-written book that's impossible to put down. I can't recommend this book highly enough - truly one of the best books I've ever read!” Henry Z. Jones
"A top pick..." Midwest Book Review
"An intense, super-charged emotional chronicle...poetic and beautifully worded. I found Jeff Ford's insights and sense of closure at the end steeped in a sort of wisdom and maturity that struck me as rather profound." Lawrence Rapchak
"The Tennessee Ernie Ford of my imagination must now make room for the Ernest Ford of reality. This book has transformed my idolizing into true admiration for a man of complexity and talent." David Gladstone