The first Mrs. Johnny Cash had a line to walk, too, and before she died last year she told about it in a book that will be published early next year
Using "I Walk the Line," the same title of her husband Johnny Cash's hit song, to name her book, the late Vivian Liberto Distin will have the set which she wrote last year before she died hit the stores on Valentine's Day 2007.
The first Mrs. Johnny Cash wrote the book based on thousands of letters she exchanged with Cash before their marriage while he was overseas with the Air Force, co-writer Ann Sharpsteen said on the new project.
"The letters really reveal the real man, unclouded by drugs. Letters were his dreams, fears, a variety of subjects, fidelity, alcohol, faith. It's like reading someone's diary," Sharpsteen revealed.