Charlie's Memoir "Never Look at the Empty Seats" Now Available in Paperback
Almost three years after Charlie's passing, W Publishing - a division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing - has released Charlie's memoir "Never Look at the Empty Seats" in oversized paperback format.
The original hardback is still available, but the paperback gives readers another format option in addition to the digital AppleBooks, Kindle, Nook, etc… as well as the audiobook versions read by Charlie himself.
In “Never Look at the Empty Seats,” Charlie tells the story of his sixty-plus year career through all of the ups and downs as well as advice for those starting out in the music business which Charlie learned firsthand.
This is Charlie’s fourth book, his first was a collection of short stories in 1985 called “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” stories by Charlie Daniels, followed by “Ain’t No Rag: Freedom, Family and the Flag” in 2002 which was a collection of his opinion pieces which he called his soapboxes, and 2007’s “Growing Up Country” which he edited and co-created.
Also available, “Let’s All Make The Day Count: The Everyday Wisdom of Charlie Daniels” in gift-size hardback, digital formats as well as an audiobook read by Charlie’s son, Charlie Daniels, Jr.
Hardbacks and paperbacks are available wherever you get your books, or at the CDB website HERE
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