Country singer-songwriter Kelly Lang is sharing her story through her new autobiography, I’m Not Going Anywhere, which is available now through Amazon.
A 17-year breast cancer survivor, Lang describes her journey of healing that brought her through the ups and downs of life and includes the unfolding of her love story with T.G. Sheppard. The book’s foreword was penned by Lang’s friend and fellow breast cancer survivor Olivia Newton-John, and the story provides life lessons and showcases Lang’s positive attitude during some of her most trying times. Exclusive QR codes are placed throughout the chapters, giving readers a closer look at unique videos from throughout Lang’s career.
Lang’s single, “I’m Not Going Anywhere,” continues to resonate with thousands nationwide as part of Ascension Hospital’s national campaign.
“Writing my memoir has been a roller coaster of emotions,” shares Lang. “I was able to revisit my early years starting out in the music business, learning valuable lessons along life’s highway. I really went deep into how it felt to hit a brick wall with a diagnosis of cancer and what I did to overcome and rise above since that terrible experience. I hope that my journey will be helpful to anyone who may face any battle in their life and perhaps be a ray of light as they fight their way through any crisis. It was so cathartic to be able to tell my truth and share my story in such a bold way. It was important to have this book completed to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month which was made possible thanks to Springer Mountain Farms Chicken.”
Lang is hosting a live virtual book signing and discussion on Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. CT on Facebook.