Serena Williams blog: Her new book “On the Line”
After the US Open, Serena Williams kept busy doing some press before the release of her new book “On the Line” and she wrote about all the things she is doing on her new blog post... Check it out:
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Life: On the Line
How are you? I hope that all is well with you all. I am well & extremely busy. As you all know, I have started my tour for my new book, “On the Line”. Yesterday, I was on Good Morning America which was wonderful. Today, I started my morning pretty early. I had an early wake up call at 6 am in order to prepare for my first television appearance which was CNN’s, American Morning. I enjoyed the experience. I am very thankful that I was given the opportunity to discuss my book, “On the Line”.
On my way to the studio for Live with Regis & Kelly, I logged on to Twitter, Facebook, & MySpace to communicate with you all. I enjoy reading your responses. You guys provide me with encouragement, laughter, & excitement. It brings me comfort knowing that you all actually wake up or take time away from your schedule to watch me on television. Next, I was on live with Regis & Kelly at about 9:30 am. No, I didn’t stop at that point.
As you witnessed this morning there was a guy on the show, attempting to break the Guinness Book of World Records by sitting in an aquarium of ice. Wow, shocking & cold!!! But, what you all didn’t know was that backstage I was presented with an award myself. I was rewarded with a Guinness World Record myself for the most Hopman’s Cup wins. Through all of the adversity & negativity, I am still able to be blessed for my hard work.
Leaving the studio of Regis & Kelly, I quickly reached for my phone & logged on to Twitter. Yes, I may be slightly addicted to Twitter. But, you all have to admit that Twitter is pretty cool. LOL. I was able to announce that I would be at a Barnes & Nobles in New York City. I provided the address & details but I never expected the feedback that I received. It was wonderful to see my Twitter fans in person. I was a bit late, but I posted an update & the responses continued to be positive. I would like to thank everyone that was able to make it to the signing. It was a pleasure meeting you all.