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Pricing info: $10 or $20, Price includes personal autograph by Thomas Hollywood Henderson
Purchase info: You must mail a baseball sized card($10) or 8 x 10 in.($20) photo or blank card and payment in the form of money order, cashier's check, or cash to P.O Box 4914, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 , photo and payment must be sent in a self-addressed returned postage envelope. If not placed in previously mentioned envelope, the envelope will not be returned.
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In Control: The Rebirth of an NFL Legend
Over the years, I have received unsolicited photographs and cards via mail. I have generously signed and returned a large majority of them. Now, there will be a charge for signatures and autographs due to high demand. (Please see instructions below.)
In the follow-up to the shattering bestseller Out of Control: Confessions of an NFL Casualty, former Dallas Cowboys star Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson shares the story of his recovery from the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Henderson has been clean and sober for over 20 years and has not had a drink or done any drugs since November 8, 1983. In Control takes readers from Henderson’s 1986 prison release to his current life as a community activist, philanthropist, and distributor of alcohol and drug education films to prison programs and rehabilitation centers. He also discusses how his life has changed since March 22, 2000, when he won a $28 million jackpot in the Texas lottery.
Since 1986, Henderson has been seen or heard by patients and communities as he has traveled throughout the country sharing his experiences and offering strength and hope. Over a million Americans have heard him live or seen him on one or more of his alcohol and drug education films. The inspiring In Control, written with popular longtime Dallas Morning News sportswriter Frank Luksa, focuses on Henderson’s recovery, atonements, charity, his children and grandchildren, and the handling of his new-found wealth.