"I am humbled that many have an interest, and draw strength from my on-going journey," Robin Roberts says in a statement about her forthcoming memoir.
Popular "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts will publish a memoir in 2014 with Grand Central, the publisher announced Wednesday. The book, which is not yet titled, will include Roberts' story of her battle with MDS.
She certainly has a story to tell. Following her well-publicized battle with myelodysplastic syndrome - which included a bone marrow transplant late last year - Robin Roberts has signed a deal with Grand Central Publishing to release...Show More Summary
Robin Roberts has finally returned to our television screens after taking some time off from her hosting gig at Good
The book, which is set for publication next year, will detail her experiences with life-threatening illnesses.
Good Morning America host Robin Roberts has been pretty open about her battle with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a rare bone marrow disease that she was diagnosed with in June of 2012. Her sister eventually donated blood marrow for...Show More Summary
The "Good Morning America" co-anchor, who recently received a bone marrow transplant, will focus on her battle against illness in a book to be published in April 2014. read more
ABC “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts is writing a memoir, to be published by Grand Central Publishing in April 2014. The memoir will tell “the amazing story of her courageous battle against a life-threatening illness, the...Show More Summary
New York, NY—May 22, 2013 Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group, is pleased to announce the acquisition of a memoir by beloved Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts. Jamie Raab, President and Publisher of Grand Central Publishing, acquired the world rights...
Its been a tough year for Robin Roberts, but on Monday (May 20) she received a standing ovation at the 72nd annual George Foster Peabody Awards for her incredible journey. The "Good Morning America" co-anchor accepted an award on behalf...Show More Summary
“Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts received a standing ovation as she accepted her George Foster Peabody Award Monday. Roberts is the first journalist since Walter Cronkite to get a standing ovation at the awards lunch, held...Show More Summary
Joining fellow honorees Lorne Michaels and Louis C.K. at the New York event, the "Good Morning America" host tells THR about the ABC News segment that chronicled her bone marrow transplant: “I don’t regret it at all. But it wasn’t easy." read more
From Betty Ford to Robin Roberts to Christina Applegate, the breast-cancer community has had no shortage of high-profile advocates. But when Angelina Jolie announced Tuesday that she had a double mastectomy — not yet diagnosed with cancer, but carrying a … Continue reading ?
Tags: video Good Morning America Portia de Rossi Ellen DeGeneres IMDb Portia de Rossi talked with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America about the return of Arrested Development and what she and Ellen DeGeneres have been binge-watching. Show More Summary
Robin Roberts sent a Mother's Day message on Sunday to her mom that she lost about nine months ago. Last year, Roberts' was diagnosed with...
By Jacob Combs Exactly one year ago today, President Barack Obama sat down in an interview with Robin Roberts of ABC News and said, “I’ve just concluded that for me personally it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same sex couples should be able to get married.” One year [...]
It's been a heck of a year for Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts. She was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), had a bone marrow transplant, underwent radiation therapy and, on top of it all, lost her mother. Ever-resilient, Roberts was back in her anchor chair less than half a year after vacating it in order to recover. Show More Summary
Reader’s Digest asked more than 1,000 people to rank the trustworthiness of about 200 influential Americans. Here’s what the magazine found: Robin Roberts, co-anchor of “Good Morning America,” is the most trusted woman on television (56%). Show More Summary
Several television news journalists have landed on Reader’s Digest list of “The 100 Most Trusted People in America.” At #12, “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts is the most-trusted television news personality on the list. InShow More Summary
After writing about TV for years, Brian Stelter's book, Top of The Morning, has hit stores. And he's here to answer your questions! In the comments below, ask about the Today show, Ann Curry, Matt Lauer, GMA, Robin Roberts, Charlie Rose, or that lovable rascal Kathie Lee. Read more...