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Arrows Across eons: Becoming Tina Turner
 Arrows Across eons: Becoming Tina Turner
 Self Help
 098667091X 9780986670916

God? Tina Turner? A 12-year-old kid? Somehow everything is profoundly connected…in the most magical of ways. A young Canadian girl resists everything that doesn’t feel right, and finds shelter and inspiration in the powerhouse example of Tina Turner. Years later, she moves to Los Angeles and literally runs into Ike Turner…who then delivers her to Zelma Bullock - Queen mother of Tina. Coincidence? Not likely… just the power of the Divine Design. Arrows Across Eons: Becoming Tina Turner is a tale of synchronicity in action…a story about coming of age and coming out. It is a chronicle of personal transformation and spiritual uplift - a literary account of how we can evolve our consciousness and our conscience – one shimmy at a time.

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Author:  Katherine Carlson