For all the Colts fans/book lovers out there. Both of you.
Tony Dungy's book, Quiet Strength, will debut on the New York Times Bestsellers list on July 29 as #2 on the hardcover, nonfiction list. (The book was #35 on USA Today's "Top 150" list for July 19 and is #4 on this week's hardcover, nonfiction list in Publisher Weekly.) Written with Nathan Whitaker, the 2007 Super Bowl winning coach's book was released by Tyndale House on July 10, 2007 with a nine-day coast-to-coast media tour, plus a return visit to New York City where Dungy appeared [July 24] on CBS-TV's "The Late Show with David Letterman."
Quiet Strength, huh? I guess someone already wrote "Winning the Super Bowl and Crusading Against Gay Rights for Dummies." No, I'm just kidding. I'm really happy for Tony. It must have been hard to write a book. It's so much effort to sit down and talk to someone, then make sure that that person got everything right after they sit down and type it all out. I really respect that.
Ooh! And a foreword by Denzel Washington! I love his writing. Maybe he had someone else do it for him, too.