“My Love Story”- by Tina Turner

Tina Turner- the long-reigning queen of rock’n’roll, living legend & my personal hero– sets the record straight about her illustrious career and complicated personal life in this eye-opening and compelling memoir. Faced with an array of health issues and family tragedies in recent years, Tina reflects on her own extraordinary life’s journey, finding grace and purpose even in the darkest hours. “My Love Story” is an explosive and inspiring story of a woman who dared to break any barriers put in her way. Emphatically showcasing Tina’s signature blend of grit, energy, heart, and soul, this memoir is as enthralling and moving as any of her greatest hits.

“…And you know what I say to people who ask, “What do you do when all the odds are against you?” I say, “You keep going. You just don’t stop. No matter, if there’s one slap to the face, turn the other cheek. And the hurt you’re feeling? You can’t think about what’s being done to you in the past. You just have to keep going” -T.T.

2 Comments on ““My Love Story”- by Tina Turner”

  1. What a wonderful book! Today I wrote a post about “River Deep – Mountain High” and how important that song is to her inspiring life story. Through that song she found her voice apart from her abusive husband, and it proved that she could be successful on her own. The song ended up being the start of Tina’s superstardom, as it was a smash hit all over Europe!


  2. Yes, it has been described avidly in her book. Enthralling story written by an extraordinary woman. One of my heroes. Personally, I grew up on ’80s rock & roll music and Tina’s energy on stage was electrifying throughout her career. She never stopped. Her book is one of my favorite books from the music scene. I have few others as well that I will write about it in the upcoming weeks.


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