Un Lugar Celestial: Palabras de Amor para Llevar un Poco de Paz y Felicidad a Tu Vida

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Simon & Schuster, May 1, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 128 pages
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In a book that is part inspiration and part "straight-talk from the heart", America's number-one Christian pop singer talks about morality, spirituality, and how she keeps her Christian values intact in today's complex world.

Smart, stylish, and talented, seventeen-year-old Jaci Velasquez is emerging as a formidable music star and a positive role model for her generation. Poised to make her mark on both the pop and Hispanic music scenes, Jaci combines all of Selena's cross-over potential with the appeal of Christian music sensation Amy Grant.

Now Jaci is making her literary debut with a book in the tradition of Acts of Faith and Random Acts of Kindness. A Heavenly Place features encouraging quotes, lyrics from Jaci's music, and original writings, addressing universal topics like family, prayer, friendship, and self-esteem.

With publication coinciding with Jaci's eagerly awaited second album, as well as the annual Dove Awards -- Gospel music's version of the Grammy's -- A Heavenly Place will be promoted at Jaci's concerts, and is destined to be a sure hit with both her young fans and their parents.

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About the author (1998)

Jaci began performing when she was 10. She won an entertainment pageant at 11 and sang at the White House before she turned 13. With three brothers and one sister, Jaci is the baby of the family. She's won four Dove Awards - for New Artist of the Year (1997), Song of the Year ("On My Knees," 1998) and Female Vocalist of the Year (1999 & 2000) and she has been nominated for a Grammy ("Best Latin Pop Performance"). She also received the Premio Lo Nuestro award ("Best New Artist of the Year" 2000).

Granger is a 30 years veteran of the Christian music scene. He has been involved with CCM Magazine since 1978. He serves as head of the R&R department for BMG Direct.

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