From the host of Fox News @ Night, a book about how old-fashioned values and faith are more necessary than ever in a world that wants to forget them
Whether it's her work today as a Fox News host, her years in law school, or the time she spent competing in pageants like Miss America, Shannon Bream has spent the bulk of her adult life stumbling through high-pressure environments in which it often seems like you need to be a shrewd operator in order to survive. But in this laugh-out-loud book of stories and inspiration, Shannon shares the moments behind the glamor and makeup, in which she learned that the values and faith of her blue-collar upbringing could keep her grounded in a world where everyone wants you to be something other than what you are.
In this book, Shannon continues a conversation about authenticity, humility, and trusting in God that she's already begun with her followers on social media. She shares behind-the-scenes stories from Washington D.C., news breaks from her time reporting on the Supreme Court, and the challenging moments of her life--from the time her first boss fired her and told her, "You're the worst person I've ever seen on TV," to the time she heard "There is no cure." But through all of this, faith (and ok, a little bit of stubbornness) has helped Shannon to keep hope, find purpose in the pain, and find plenty of laughs along the way.