Betty White: An Icon of an Industry

Betty White is a living legend with an extraordinary story that shaped television. She has led a life in the spotlight, bringing focus to her highs and even her lows. Writer Ray Richmond has chosen 100 moments from Betty White’s career to display the evolution of a headstrong girl into an icon of an industry.

“Betty White: 100 Remarkable Moments in an Extraordinary Life” by Ray Richmond releases today, December 7th. The beautifully assembled 255-page biography breaks down the life of Betty White into 100 chronological moments. Each story reveals a new piece of White’s motivation, inspiration, and soul. Filled with public and private photos from decades gone by, this book brings the reader back in time. From a young Betty White, writing her own plays for her school, to a scared yet determined woman, making the choices that cemented the name Betty White into the American lexicon.

The stories are easy to read bite-sized tales to consume in our busy lives. But each bite will sustain the reader all day. Sparking imagination and motivation from within. Richmond spoke with others in the Betty White orbit to give the perspective of friends, and sometimes rivals. His writing makes for easy and fun reading. While the moments fly by as the temptation to learn more swallows you whole.

“Betty White: 100 Remarkable Moments in an Extraordinary Life” is a beautiful coffee table book. Not only entertaining for the owner but a conversation starter for any passer-by. Even a glance at some of the many pictures will have an inquisitive mind firing on every cylinder.

I greatly enjoyed learning more about a staple of my television viewing life. She was elevated to hero, and yet humanized like a friend. Ray Richmond’s “Betty White: 100 Remarkable Moments in an Extraordinary Life” is a must-read and a perfect gift for the holiday season.

Grab you copy from Amazon today!

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