Josh Turner Shares “Man Stuff” in New Book

Josh talks about being an author in new issue of Country Weekly.

Josh Turner will graciously admit that he had no real longing to become an author.

Nonetheless, he can add that to his list of accomplishments with a hot-off-the-presses book he's just written titled Man Stuff: Thoughts on Faith, Family and Fatherhood, released April 29.

The entertaining book consists of short anecdotes and stories geared primarily to the male audience, with chapters including “A Man Needs Friends,” “Chasing My Dreams” and others. Josh talks about the book in the May 5 issue of Country Weekly.

“At first, it seemed a little scary,” Josh recalls when the idea was presented to him, “but the more I thought about it, it got me excited and motivated to tackle this.” Josh also viewed the book as an opportunity to thank the people who taught him valuable life lessons, such as his parents and grandparents.

Man Stuff targets the male reader, but Josh feels that there's a universal appeal to the book. “I think it can help men and women from all walks of life,” Josh says. “The first person who read the book was my wife and she loved it. She told me she learned things about me that she never knew.”

For more on Josh and his new book, pick up the May 5 issue of Country Weekly, on newsstands now.

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