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In Not Afraid of Life, Bristol gives readers an intimate behind-the-scenes look at her life for the first time, from growing up in Alaska to coming of age amid the media and political frenzy surrounding her mother’s political rise; from becoming a single mother while still a teenager to coping as her relationship with her baby’s father crumbled publicly—not once, but twice. Bristol talks about the highs and lows of her appearance on ABC-TV’s Dancing with the Stars, including the aching hours of practice, the biting criticisms, and the thrill of getting to the show’s finals. She speaks candidly of her aspirations for the future and the deep religious faith that gives her strength and inspiration. Plainspoken and disarmingly down to earth, Bristol offers new insight and understanding of who she is and what she values most.
A Look Inside Not Afraid of Life
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|I fished in the Mat-Su Borough from a young age. Here I am on a fishing trip with my grandfather at Willow Creek.||After an interview near the Statue of Liberty I was the only student to accept a diploma while wearing baby puke on my dress. Piper is dressed up in my graduation gown while I hold Tripp and McKinley looks on.||One of the most challenging parts of competing on Dancing with the Stars was not being able to hang out with Tripp as much as I wanted to! His on-set visits energized me.||Our home overlooks Lake Lucille, which freezes completely solid during the winter. Tripp is learning how to ice-skate on this cold day. Maybe one day he’ll follow in my brother Track’s steps and become a great hockey player!|
Wasn't sure I was going to like this, but I couldn't put it down. I'm a fellow Alaskan and absolutely love living there.Published 1 month ago by Anna
This we know about Bristol and her parents and her supporters: they would have been far more unforgiving if the pregnant girl had been Chelsea Clinton. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Guiseppe Gramanzini, Jr.
I really didn't like this for the most part because it seemed to be making excuses for poor choices, but when I finished it I realized it wasn't Bristol I was angry with. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dan M
I ate up the entire thing. It was wonderful. If only more people gave this woman a chance!
It was honest, sincere. Read more
The book is great and it look like new.
It is easy reading and for a paperback it is
well worth the money.
Why would she get involved with such a low life when she had so many resources? But all she can do now is raise her son with a lot
more privileges than other young women. Read more
I'm very happy with this find. It's always interesting to read the truth about someone's life through the good and the bad.Published 9 months ago by Bluedabear
Enjoyed this Christmas gift from my Mom. Written from the heart and the photos were a treat to see, several never seen beforePublished 9 months ago by S. Bryan
This is a must read for teen girls! It really shows the true aspects and hardships Bristol goes through to allow us to relate to the horrible ways of society-it teaches you to not... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Danzer