Blake Shelton praised season 18 winner of The Voice Todd Tilghman and his forthcoming new book, Every Little Win.
On Thursday, May 20, Tilghman shared a quote to Instagram from Shelton, who endorsed his book and gushed over Tilghman’s talents.
“Todd Tilghman is that special artist that is not only immensely talented but also someone you buy into as a person,” Shelton gushed. “It was an honor to coach and win Season 18 of The Voice with him. On the show, fans got a small glimpse into his remarkable story. In Every Little Win, Todd and his wife, Brooke, tell the whole story of their lives. A story of faith, struggle, and championing the battles they’ve faced over the years.”
Tilghman admits in the Instagram caption that The Voice and Shelton’s faith in him truly changed his life.
“This book endorsement means so much to me. I know The Voice and Blake Shelton has no idea where I was, personally. They had no idea of the transitional time I was living when I met them. They had faith in me and it changed my life.”
Co-authored by Tricia Goyer, Todd and his wife Brooke Tilghman are set to release their first book, Every Little Win: How Celebrating Small Victories Can Lead to Big Joy, on June 21, 2021. You can pre-order the book on Amazon HERE.
Every Little Thing is set to showcase the Tilghman’s authenticity with a real-life portrayal of their lives and their marriage.
“Authenticity attracts people, even if it’s not their truth or something they’ve walked through…” Brooke previously told Heavy. “It’s freeing for me. It’s freeing to be able to share your story and try not to worry so much about what people are going to think.”
Todd added, telling the outlet, “Even though we’re all living different experiences, the truth is relatable. If you just tell the truth… people will find that relatable. They might not have the same exact circumstances that we’ve had, but if you just sort of bear your heart and tell the truth, people will find that relatable and hopefully will realize, ‘You know, we really are kind of just all the same.’”