Whisperin’ Bill Anderson’s latest book is ranked by “Forbes” as “One of the Best Autobiographies” over the last year. It’s called “An Unprecedented Life In Country Music.” It includes rare, never-before-seen photos and eye-opening personal stories from Anderson’s life, including his radio broadcasting days in Georgia and standing alongside some of the greatest Country artists in the world onstage at the Grand Ole Opry. The book was released by the University of Georgia Press, where Anderson earned a journalism degree. He told “Forbes,” it’s ironic that the school published a book about his songwriting career since he once got kicked out of the University of Georgia library for writing a song.