Tina Turner Writing Styles in I, Tina

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Since the book, "I, TINA," which is the the life story of renowned entertainer Tina Turner is co-authored by Tina Turner and Kurt Loder, senior editor at The Rolling Stone, the account possesses the utmost in credibility. Though Loder writes the narrative and has constructed the story in a pleasing manner, Tina interjects her own feelings and memories about her life and career. Tina's comments are articulate and thoughtful. It is obvious Tina does not sugarcoat the bad nor over-inflate the good. Just like her singing, her commentary contains a raw honesty that literally comes off the pages. Even in the egregious conditions in which Tina often found herself, she relates the episodes with a stark realism tempered by an ever-present wry humor.

Loder, as a music reporter, has added color and anecdotes which were available to him from both his own knowledge and memory and from the...

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