Secrets of a sparrow: memoirs

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Villard Books, Oct 1, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 299 pages
A long-awaited memoir that reveals the heart and soul of the most private of the megatalents--upon the occasion of her 30th year as a show business great. Here are Diana Ross's on-stage electricity and allure transposed to the page.

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Diana had promised that if she ever wrote a book, she wanted it to be inspiring. The naysayers were hoping for some retort to the seeming barrage of tomes like marywilson's whiny pair of books or books by Tony Turnip or Raynomamoma singleton. She gives a bare paragraph in response to these money seeking endeavors.
"Secrets of a Sparrow" stays on my nightstand and refer it to often before I close my eyes and enter dreamland. It inspires me to the heavens.


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