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Patrick Swayze, the beloved dancer, actor, singer, songwriter, producer, choreographer, family man, athlete, horseman, and more, had a diversified career in the arts world for over thirty-five years. He often played hero roles in his work and spoke about traditional values such as honor, integrity, morality, passion, faith, and love. He was always searching for meaning in his life and trying to give to others some joy or sense of purpose or meaning.
During his hard-fought and inspirational battle against pancreatic cancer, he became a real-life hero to millions of people. Patrick Swayze was taken too soon, but his remarkable spirit and enormous legacy will always shine bright. Discover how his focus on dreams for himself and others sustained him and guided him to live a zest-filled and hopeful life even while dealing with great adversity.


Honor and celebrate Patrick Swayze while reading about his career, his connection with his family, and his involvement in advocacy for dance, cancer advances, and conservation. Learn what his professional colleagues and fans have to say about him. Finally, get a look at what I think Patrick Swayze would say to us now.

Enjoy approximately thirty color photos throughout the book which include Patrick Swayze from his various movie and television roles, rarely seen photos from appearances, and more. Read Patrick Swayze’s own words which have been compiled from multiple media sources throughout the years.

Winner of Gold Medal Global Ebook Awards 2014


Finalist National Indie Excellence Awards 2014


My latest post:

The Twelfth Anniversary of the Passing of Patrick

Patrick, We love and miss you. We are grateful for your awesome legacy. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Patrick Swayze Pancreas Cancer Research Fund at Stanford Cancer Institute.


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