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Now a New York Times bestseller. Sometimes you have to make your own sunshine. When Janice Dean debuted on Imus in the Morning, she was bubbly, clever, and charismatic. When Imus mocked her intelligence and looks, she gave as good as she got. She had achieved the dream she’d had since kindergarten: being a reporter on TV. So why wasn’t she happy?       She had just moved to N Now a New York Times bestseller. Sometimes you have to make your own sunshine. When Janice Dean debuted on Imus in the Morning, she was bubbly, clever, and charismatic. When Imus mocked her intelligence and looks, she gave as good as she got. She had achieved the dream she’d had since kindergarten: being a reporter on TV. So why wasn’t she happy?       She had just moved to New York from Canada with no family, no friends, and no boyfriend. Her boss was a notorious jerk, and the gap between her on-air persona and real life had never been bigger. In the decade that followed, how did she turn it all around?  Now she is the beloved full-time meteorologist on Fox and Friends, surrounded by wonderful people, and has a line of children’s books and a beautiful family. When she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she was ready. She survived attacks, adversity, and a business controlled by ruthless men. She knows how love, counting your blessings, and having a good therapist can get you through more than you would expect. In this honest yet optimistic book, Janice reveals obstacles she’s faced that could have severely impacted any professional woman’s career, from online trolls to health issues to abusive and sexist bosses. In Mostly Sunny she talks about it all, including the fateful meeting with her firefighting husband after he lost his colleagues on 9/11 and how the pressure on women in television led her to a cosmetic procedure that could have ended her career.       But no matter what storms blow her way, Janice refuses to let setbacks and challenges rain on her parade or cloud her outlook. Thanks to supportive coworkers and an upbeat attitude, she’s mastered turning countless would-be losses into victories. The funny, sweet, and wise Janice Dean you see on TV is now the real Janice Dean, and she’s on every page of her book, sharing her secrets and making your own forecast a little brighter.   


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Now a New York Times bestseller. Sometimes you have to make your own sunshine. When Janice Dean debuted on Imus in the Morning, she was bubbly, clever, and charismatic. When Imus mocked her intelligence and looks, she gave as good as she got. She had achieved the dream she’d had since kindergarten: being a reporter on TV. So why wasn’t she happy?       She had just moved to N Now a New York Times bestseller. Sometimes you have to make your own sunshine. When Janice Dean debuted on Imus in the Morning, she was bubbly, clever, and charismatic. When Imus mocked her intelligence and looks, she gave as good as she got. She had achieved the dream she’d had since kindergarten: being a reporter on TV. So why wasn’t she happy?       She had just moved to New York from Canada with no family, no friends, and no boyfriend. Her boss was a notorious jerk, and the gap between her on-air persona and real life had never been bigger. In the decade that followed, how did she turn it all around?  Now she is the beloved full-time meteorologist on Fox and Friends, surrounded by wonderful people, and has a line of children’s books and a beautiful family. When she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she was ready. She survived attacks, adversity, and a business controlled by ruthless men. She knows how love, counting your blessings, and having a good therapist can get you through more than you would expect. In this honest yet optimistic book, Janice reveals obstacles she’s faced that could have severely impacted any professional woman’s career, from online trolls to health issues to abusive and sexist bosses. In Mostly Sunny she talks about it all, including the fateful meeting with her firefighting husband after he lost his colleagues on 9/11 and how the pressure on women in television led her to a cosmetic procedure that could have ended her career.       But no matter what storms blow her way, Janice refuses to let setbacks and challenges rain on her parade or cloud her outlook. Thanks to supportive coworkers and an upbeat attitude, she’s mastered turning countless would-be losses into victories. The funny, sweet, and wise Janice Dean you see on TV is now the real Janice Dean, and she’s on every page of her book, sharing her secrets and making your own forecast a little brighter.   

30 review for Mostly Sunny: How I Learned to Keep Smiling Through the Rainiest Days

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lucille Zimmerman

    I'm a FOX News fan so of course I love Janice Dean. I feel like I know her from all the FOX News personalities who glow whenever they talk about her. She has the most effusive personality of almost anyone I've ever seen on TV. You can tell she's the real thing. So, of course I felt like I knew her. But I didn't. This lady has been through so much pain: father leaving, victim of a rapist, diagnosed with MS (I did know this), being degraded by some guy named Imus (thank God I never listened to his I'm a FOX News fan so of course I love Janice Dean. I feel like I know her from all the FOX News personalities who glow whenever they talk about her. She has the most effusive personality of almost anyone I've ever seen on TV. You can tell she's the real thing. So, of course I felt like I knew her. But I didn't. This lady has been through so much pain: father leaving, victim of a rapist, diagnosed with MS (I did know this), being degraded by some guy named Imus (thank God I never listened to his show), and sexual harassment. She's also experienced a lot of happiness: landing a great job at FOX, being introduced to her husband through a crazy series of events, having two healthy sons, being singled out by rock stars to come on stage to sing, and having millions of adoring fans around the world. Dean writes in such an accessible way. You'll never once get bored reading this book. You will feel uplifted and have hope in spite of your own ups and downs. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor so I was interested in her stories of therapy. I'm an author who has written books about self-care and post traumatic growth, so this was in my wheelhouse. I know her book will be an inspiration to many.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette

    This is a chatty autobiography filled with name dropping. Janice Dean notes and details in minutia her early life, career choice and path with all the stops that lead her to doing weather on Fox. It's quite a poignant window into the periods of crisis and adversity. First within dicey living arrangements (she was assaulted in her rented flat during her first youngest "gap year" type of radio internship) and a rather roaming / moving for locations for gigs or schooling from Canada to various USA This is a chatty autobiography filled with name dropping. Janice Dean notes and details in minutia her early life, career choice and path with all the stops that lead her to doing weather on Fox. It's quite a poignant window into the periods of crisis and adversity. First within dicey living arrangements (she was assaulted in her rented flat during her first youngest "gap year" type of radio internship) and a rather roaming / moving for locations for gigs or schooling from Canada to various USA spots. But quite beyond that and the infamous IMUS run- there is the MS prognosis in the early years of this century while she was on a short vacation back to Ottawa. They told her to go back to the USA immediately and enter a protocol for MS progressions and testing. Which she did. And it came right after her "best" job in her life was barely beginning. Every harassment experience and friendship she experienced along the way is detailed quite well. Roger Ailes was minor compared to some "peers". But she is exact in her conversation habits remembered well for specific reasons. And also for me, the entire last few chapters lost a star in the Botox and other facial/ neck plastic surgery minutia. It was super honest, but that and all the therapist interchange and thankfulness? It was too much for others to know? Maybe, as with her medical OB/GYN stories-over abundance of personal biology than some readers think should be shared? Maybe not. But for me it lost a star to noting and her tones for a kind of superficiality in her "looks" judgments etc. And also the "online" troll retorts advising were padding- she is barely 49 and has lived in Manhattan for eons now. Very much the elite despite her "down" home girl chatter. Some real shockers were revealed. I can't picture Donna Leon of Brunetti ownership fame to be a mentor for this ultimate long term American English Janice Dean style. But it's actual and she is. Also there are other unusual friendships shared throughout the years, especially with those who have elevated and supported with such emotional encouragement toward her MS experience and issues. Like Neil Cavuto. Photos were good to excellent. Better than some of the prose. Steven Tyler and Lynyrd Skynyrd among them. Not too shabby! I enjoyed the read overall and it was intriguing to hear about this world from the "inside-out" so to speak. Just my opinion and nothing else- but I think she plays the ditsy blonde out of some insecurities and truly isn't at all. She holds good intent nearly universally. Except maybe for Imus. He sounds exactly like the boss from hell I've had more than once myself.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Suellen

    I was happily reading my book club book when I got distracted by a shiny object. That object was Janice Dean’s memoir, Mostly Sunny. I was just going to see what it was all about so I decided to read just a few pages. Bad move! I devoured it in less than a day. This book tells the story of a truly courageous woman. All the struggles and achievements in her life are told with an honest and compassionate grace. Thank you for sharing your life with us, Janice. You are amazing! Now back to my regular I was happily reading my book club book when I got distracted by a shiny object. That object was Janice Dean’s memoir, Mostly Sunny. I was just going to see what it was all about so I decided to read just a few pages. Bad move! I devoured it in less than a day. This book tells the story of a truly courageous woman. All the struggles and achievements in her life are told with an honest and compassionate grace. Thank you for sharing your life with us, Janice. You are amazing! Now back to my regularly scheduled programming ...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mary(Beth)

    I love Janice Dean. I watch her every morning on Fox & Friends! She is a breath of fresh air to start your day. Mostly Sunny was a great read. A mix of happy and sad, things I knew and many surprises. I loved her openness and honesty about anxiety and her illness MS. How many of us have friends and family who are fighting these battles. As soon as I finished reading Mostly Sunny I gave it to my daughter to read and I have several more friends who want to borrow my copy. Now I’ll have to get her I love Janice Dean. I watch her every morning on Fox & Friends! She is a breath of fresh air to start your day. Mostly Sunny was a great read. A mix of happy and sad, things I knew and many surprises. I loved her openness and honesty about anxiety and her illness MS. How many of us have friends and family who are fighting these battles. As soon as I finished reading Mostly Sunny I gave it to my daughter to read and I have several more friends who want to borrow my copy. Now I’ll have to get her children’s books for my grandchildren!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michael Malone

    Dean deftly balances the stormy with the sunny in her memoir. She details some harrowing stuff, including her father departing on the family, a home invasion earlier in her career, battles with MS and her interactions with former Fox News boss Roger Ailes. Through it all, the Fox News meteorologist stays positive. There are some funny bits too, such as Dean's work in classic rock radio early in her career, and jumping onstage with Lynyrd Skynyrd more recently to sing backup in NY. Dean is very o Dean deftly balances the stormy with the sunny in her memoir. She details some harrowing stuff, including her father departing on the family, a home invasion earlier in her career, battles with MS and her interactions with former Fox News boss Roger Ailes. Through it all, the Fox News meteorologist stays positive. There are some funny bits too, such as Dean's work in classic rock radio early in her career, and jumping onstage with Lynyrd Skynyrd more recently to sing backup in NY. Dean is very open, especially for a public figure, and it offers a compelling look at a complex but eminently likable TV personality.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    My parents are constantly watching Fox News, so, I've gotten to know that network's on-air personalities very well. I'm not a big fan of television news; I prefer to use my TV for entertainment purposes, and get my news online or in magazines or newspapers. Still, I've been curious about the various anchors' stories, especially since some of them have said that they're Christians (not including Janice Dean). I found Janice's story inspiring, but tough to read at times; she went through a lot, and My parents are constantly watching Fox News, so, I've gotten to know that network's on-air personalities very well. I'm not a big fan of television news; I prefer to use my TV for entertainment purposes, and get my news online or in magazines or newspapers. Still, I've been curious about the various anchors' stories, especially since some of them have said that they're Christians (not including Janice Dean). I found Janice's story inspiring, but tough to read at times; she went through a lot, and got treated rather badly by some of her male co-workers and bosses. If I'd worked with her, I'd have had much more respect for her than that; I learned the hard way some years ago what happens when you make the wrong comment to someone of the opposite gender. I probably won't read this again, but, I was glad to know the story behind Fox News' sunny meteorologist.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Very upbeat and positive book. Janice Dean has lived an interesting life in front of the cable cameras and behind the radio microphone. Along the way , her sunny outlook has been tested by MS , Sexual harassment on the job , and chaotic homelife. Presently, Janice shares her joy in living in this chart of her life thus far. Good reading!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    This book is soooo very good. I have always enjoyed watching Janice on Fox News and this book backs up the fact that she is a real person, just as you see on TV. This is a must read!

  9. 4 out of 5

    brenda

    Great book! Loved this book! Loved Janice Dean's honesty and candor. Her struggle with MS very interesting. It was just a really good book that I read straight through. Will recommend . Great book! Loved this book! Loved Janice Dean's honesty and candor. Her struggle with MS very interesting. It was just a really good book that I read straight through. Will recommend .

  10. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    This is an amazing book written by such an engaging person. Janice Dean opens her heart to the readers. Her story is one of health struggles, challenges, hurt, an abusive workplace - all surmounted due to her inner strength and truly beautiful spirit. She is so honest and genuine, and writes so well, sharing her sorrows and lifting the reader with her wit and great humor. Her gratitude for those who helped and guided her, and for the love in her life, is a great reminder....I read this during a This is an amazing book written by such an engaging person. Janice Dean opens her heart to the readers. Her story is one of health struggles, challenges, hurt, an abusive workplace - all surmounted due to her inner strength and truly beautiful spirit. She is so honest and genuine, and writes so well, sharing her sorrows and lifting the reader with her wit and great humor. Her gratitude for those who helped and guided her, and for the love in her life, is a great reminder....I read this during a stressful week full of worry for my true love’s health, and her book inspired me to have faith and hope. It’s true: you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll just fall in love with JD. Thank you, JD, for the gift you gave me this week. Highly recommend. “We’re all just doing the best we can. We need to remind ourselves that you never know what battle someone might be fighting. Sometimes the best medicine is to just be kind.” “Having MS is a very good reminder to try to live life to the fullest. MS = Mostly Sunny. Not sweating the small stuff and looking for silver linings.” “One of the big lessons I’ve learned in this life so far is to appreciate every moment. Enjoy it. Take chances. Do things that you’ve dreamed of doing. Get out of your comfort zone sometimes. Write down something on a piece of paper that you’ve always wanted to do and try to achieve it.” Excerpt From Excerpt From Mostly Sunny Janice Dean https://books.apple.com/us/book/mostl... This material may be protected by copyright.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    I absolutely LOVED this book. I would have read it in one sitting if I would not have had to go to bed. I have been a fan of Janice Dean the Weather Machine for a while and I was curious to read about her MS diagnosis. I had a middle school teacher with MS and currently have a family member with it. Janice was born in Canada, which has one of the highest rates of MS in the world. This book did jump around a lot which was sometimes confusing. One of the things I loved though was her talking about I absolutely LOVED this book. I would have read it in one sitting if I would not have had to go to bed. I have been a fan of Janice Dean the Weather Machine for a while and I was curious to read about her MS diagnosis. I had a middle school teacher with MS and currently have a family member with it. Janice was born in Canada, which has one of the highest rates of MS in the world. This book did jump around a lot which was sometimes confusing. One of the things I loved though was her talking about seeing a therapist. I feel like everyone should have a therapist and she had a whole chapter about it. "For me, Judy was a personal trainer for my brain to strengthen my mental muscles." Her husband is a NY firefighter and he was there on 9/11. How they got together is crazy and the universe had to align in all the right ways. She always wanted to be a journalist and actually started in the radio DJ biz. Unfortunately her big NYC break was working for Don Imus, a complete jerk! Then she went to Fox News and Roger Ailes, who was a creep, although he did have some nice tendencies. Whenever he was inappropriate to her she would just make a joke and laugh it off. Unfortunately, other women could not do the same. One of the shocking things to me was that reporter John Roberts, who was on CBS and now FOX, was a VJ for Canada's MTV called MuchMusic. I had to youtube it. That is crazy!

  12. 5 out of 5

    patricia hayslip

    Excellent Read This is one of the best human interest books that I have read in years. I have watched Janice Dean on Fox for as long as she has been there. The way she told her life story put me into many of her scenes with joy and sorrow in my heart. I never felt sympathy for her but I did feel empathy. I have held my precious sister-in-laws hands and prayed with her when she was in so much pain & weary with MS. Janice, if you read this my love, I pray for you and your lovely family daily. You a Excellent Read This is one of the best human interest books that I have read in years. I have watched Janice Dean on Fox for as long as she has been there. The way she told her life story put me into many of her scenes with joy and sorrow in my heart. I never felt sympathy for her but I did feel empathy. I have held my precious sister-in-laws hands and prayed with her when she was in so much pain & weary with MS. Janice, if you read this my love, I pray for you and your lovely family daily. You are a bowl of sunshine, even when it’s raining. Can’t wait until you write the adult book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    3.5 stars. I knew nothing about Janice Dean. I don't watch FOX or any TV at this point but somehow this book called to me and then the ratings were so high that I decided I should read it. It was a good read and kept my interest the whole way through. I am not sure that I learned a lot from it except for a lot of empathy for her and how resilient she is and how it's always the best idea to be who you are. But I still enjoyed it quite a bit and am grateful for the work she is doing to help forward 3.5 stars. I knew nothing about Janice Dean. I don't watch FOX or any TV at this point but somehow this book called to me and then the ratings were so high that I decided I should read it. It was a good read and kept my interest the whole way through. I am not sure that I learned a lot from it except for a lot of empathy for her and how resilient she is and how it's always the best idea to be who you are. But I still enjoyed it quite a bit and am grateful for the work she is doing to help forward conversations around MS, her willingness to be vulnerable and how she is so unapologetically herself.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kathi

    Don’t let the fact that Janice Dean works on a political news network keep you from reading this inspiring autobiography. This is a story of Janice Dean’s life so far and boy she has had some very interesting experiences. Being close in age I can relate to much of what she shares in her life. She is very vulnerable and shows us that despite being “Mostly Sunny” she is one tenacious woman with lots of talent. She has had heartbreak and struggles as well as great joy in her life. She seems like so Don’t let the fact that Janice Dean works on a political news network keep you from reading this inspiring autobiography. This is a story of Janice Dean’s life so far and boy she has had some very interesting experiences. Being close in age I can relate to much of what she shares in her life. She is very vulnerable and shows us that despite being “Mostly Sunny” she is one tenacious woman with lots of talent. She has had heartbreak and struggles as well as great joy in her life. She seems like someone I’d love to have lunch and a couple if glasses of wine with.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lisa L.

    Mostly Sunny is very inspirational. It's partly so because of the interesting and touching personal stories that Janice Dean tells in her book, but I think it's Dean’s enthusiasm for life what creates such a positive effect. The book impressed me as much as Secret Techniques for Controlling Sadness, Anger, Fear, Anxiety, and Other Emotions by Vlad Koros did, which also has this strange enthusiastic drive through thoughts and feelings that inspires. I highly recommend both these books. Mostly Sunny is very inspirational. It's partly so because of the interesting and touching personal stories that Janice Dean tells in her book, but I think it's Dean’s enthusiasm for life what creates such a positive effect. The book impressed me as much as Secret Techniques for Controlling Sadness, Anger, Fear, Anxiety, and Other Emotions by Vlad Koros did, which also has this strange enthusiastic drive through thoughts and feelings that inspires. I highly recommend both these books.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Renata

    I don't read biographies or memoirs generally. Since I watch this nice weather lady on Fox news I thought I'd give it a try. It was interesting to get a glimpse into the private life of someone I see on TV every day, with her sunny, fun, kind demeanour. It was also fun to read about someone who comes from Ottawa who made it big on the south side of the border. A sweet and gentle read, I did enjoy it. I don't read biographies or memoirs generally. Since I watch this nice weather lady on Fox news I thought I'd give it a try. It was interesting to get a glimpse into the private life of someone I see on TV every day, with her sunny, fun, kind demeanour. It was also fun to read about someone who comes from Ottawa who made it big on the south side of the border. A sweet and gentle read, I did enjoy it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Dougherty

    It's her life and not for me to judge but if you're going to write a whole book about it.... don't be so repetitive. Every chapter she mentions her friends Megan Kelly and Neil Cavuto, yeah, we know... and a saying she attributes to her estranged father about working and being happy that we've all heard a million times. I'm happy she's healthy and in a great place. I wouldn't read another autobiography. I haven't read the children's books, maybe that's her niche. It's her life and not for me to judge but if you're going to write a whole book about it.... don't be so repetitive. Every chapter she mentions her friends Megan Kelly and Neil Cavuto, yeah, we know... and a saying she attributes to her estranged father about working and being happy that we've all heard a million times. I'm happy she's healthy and in a great place. I wouldn't read another autobiography. I haven't read the children's books, maybe that's her niche.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Edith Cook Hysell

    Was the best non fiction book I have read in a long time. I truly enjoyed her zest for life and her transparency through all of life’s experiences. Her attitude gives a lot of hope to others struggling with illnesses like MS. I admire the truth and logic she used when facing workplace harassment. Sometimes in life you just have to grin and bear it for a season. I appreciate her openness on using a counselor to deal with hard issues. Overall a great read!!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Hulet

    I struggle with this book. As a person who has the same disease, I liked reading about her experience. When other people in my life read it they told me that anyone with MS should stop feeling sorry for themselves because Janice Dean didn't do that. I hope her bright attitude is able to get her through her rainiest days, but it is important to remember that it is her experience and that she is a television personality that has to always be positive, so this might not be the whole story. I struggle with this book. As a person who has the same disease, I liked reading about her experience. When other people in my life read it they told me that anyone with MS should stop feeling sorry for themselves because Janice Dean didn't do that. I hope her bright attitude is able to get her through her rainiest days, but it is important to remember that it is her experience and that she is a television personality that has to always be positive, so this might not be the whole story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Scharlyn Long

    FANTASTIC STORY OF COURAGE WITH MS I so enjoy reading books about people who work at FOX network. Every time Dana Perino says she is reading a particular book I immediately download it and she has never been wrong so far. Going through everything Janet did from the time she was diagnosed with MS is incredible knowing she kept her sunny spirit. Someday I hope to meet her.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Barb

    Memoir of a radio DJ-turned-TV meteorologist who faced sexual harassment throughout her career, and who is challenged by living with multiple sclerosis. Dean is very upfront about her various high-profile bosses who abused their power by harassing female employees. Of interest only if you enjoy celebrity bios.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alanna Smith

    This was a fun, quick read. I don't watch any news, so I'm not familiar with Janice Dean ("the weather machine"!), but she seemed like a fun, sunny sort of person who cares about others and always tries to do the right thing. This memoir is not deep, but she does tell her story with honesty, which is hard to do given some of the things she's been through. No complaints here! This was a fun, quick read. I don't watch any news, so I'm not familiar with Janice Dean ("the weather machine"!), but she seemed like a fun, sunny sort of person who cares about others and always tries to do the right thing. This memoir is not deep, but she does tell her story with honesty, which is hard to do given some of the things she's been through. No complaints here!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Guliuzza

    Wonderful read and truly inspiring! Janice Dean lays it all out there for us to read, and as the book is titled, she reminds us that life is Mostly Sunny, and your attitude makes all the difference. This inspires me to live with a sunnier attitude towards all challenges life brings.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nan

    Who doesn't love Janice Dean the Weather Machine!! Her book was a bit surprising because it showed some sides to her I wasn't expecting. But - she is a terrific person and wrote a great book with lots of feelings and honesty. It was fun to read about the person, not just the tv personality. There's lots of personal details and insights into her and her family. Who doesn't love Janice Dean the Weather Machine!! Her book was a bit surprising because it showed some sides to her I wasn't expecting. But - she is a terrific person and wrote a great book with lots of feelings and honesty. It was fun to read about the person, not just the tv personality. There's lots of personal details and insights into her and her family.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Anne Charlton

    Interesting memoir type book of Fox news reporter, Janice DEan. She tells of climbing the ladder in television journalism. Bad jobs with Don Imus, Howard Stern. SHe talks of sexual remarks, etc. that had to be endured in those days. Finally she got on with Fox, talks about her bosses there. Then she was diagnosed with multiple scelrosis. Now she is trying to be positive and sunny .

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    I would give this 3.5 if I could. I love JD as a TV personality but thought this book was rather scattered. At times it felt like just name dropping and repetitive stories. But she's very honest about her struggles and battles. She comes across as absolutely a woman to back up other women and she's an inspiration to MS patients for sure. I would give this 3.5 if I could. I love JD as a TV personality but thought this book was rather scattered. At times it felt like just name dropping and repetitive stories. But she's very honest about her struggles and battles. She comes across as absolutely a woman to back up other women and she's an inspiration to MS patients for sure.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I'd never heard of Janice Dean, and I'm not a Fox viewer (we're one of those weird folks who don't have cable cable tv). I enjoyed parts of this book, but parts were just way over the top chipper (perhaps because of her reading style), parts were TMI, parts were glossed over, and parts were kind of lecture-ey. Very different. I'd never heard of Janice Dean, and I'm not a Fox viewer (we're one of those weird folks who don't have cable cable tv). I enjoyed parts of this book, but parts were just way over the top chipper (perhaps because of her reading style), parts were TMI, parts were glossed over, and parts were kind of lecture-ey. Very different.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jeryl Smith

    Mostly Sunny, for sure! A truly enjoyable & uplifting book. Fox & Friends weather forecaster, shares how her career started in Ottawa & ended up in New York. Stories about her family, jobs & disappointments bring tears & laughter. Her battle with MS is brutally honest & eye opening. Excellent book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mary Sue Wilson

    Wonderful O am a Fix and Friends fan who loves Janice Dean. She is full of joy and loves people. Reading this book has given me a better understanding of her journey. This is a very encouraging and enlightening book. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    sheila s. Ogborne

    So inspiring!! Always have liked Janice, on Fox&Friends, my morning news forever! But I have newfound admiration for Janice now..thank you for your courage and spirit! Much love and respect for you!

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