Elisabeth Hasselbeck sets Florida book signings for ‘Point of View’

Fans can meet with talk show host as she celebrates her latest release

Photo courtesy of Penguin Random House

New York Times best-selling author Elisabeth Hasselbeck will host two Florida book signings where she will meet fans and sign copies of her new book, “Point of View: A Fresh Look at Faith, Work and Freedom” – named one of the most anticipated books of spring 2019 by Publishers Weekly.

  • Barnes & Noble in The Villages, located at 1055 Old Camp Rd., will host the author on Wednesday, April 3, at 1:30 p.m. Contact James Sands at (352) 430-3029 or at [email protected] for more information.
  • The Books-A-Million Lakeland store, located at 1520 Town Center Drive, will host the author on Wednesday, April 3, at 6 p.m.Tickets are available now and include admission as well as a copy of her new book. Contact Haley Sheram at (404) 233-3993 or [email protected] for more information. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased in advance at hasselbeckbam.eventbrite.com. Each ticket includes entry to the event and a copy of “Point of View: A Fresh Look at Faith, Work and Freedom,” which fans will receive upon arrival and can have signed during the meet-and-greet portion of the evening.

In this book, the Emmy Award-winning talk show host and former broadcaster presents a deeply intimate journey of her faith and the pivotal moments that tested and strengthened her relationship with God along the way. From “Survivor” to “The View” to “Fox & Friends” to her current role as CBO (Chief Breakfast Officer) for her family to being hired, fired and retired, Hasselbeck has been inspired to have more Godversations and less condemnation.

“I’ve learned that adjusting my point of view has at least two benefits; it allows me to see things the way someone else does, and spiritually it allows me to take that to the next level and see things as God wants me to see them,” said Hasselbeck. “My hope has been that my vision would move further away from my own thoughts, opinions and interpretations and closer to the way God sees things.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *