Wednesday, March 5, 2008
BGG Book Review - Love's Troubadours: Karma: Book One
BGG stirs up everything that chic brown girls love – so why not include book reviews! We all love a good read so I’ve decided to occasionally incorporate book reviews into the mix.
First up, Love’s Troubadours: Karma: Book One, by Ananda Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke. If you haven’t heard of this extremely talented self-published author yet, trust me you will. Leeke’s debut novel tells the inspiring story of a young woman named Karma who loses her two most prized possessions – her artsy career and her ideal cosmopolitan life in New York City.
Although her broken spirit sends her on a downward spiral of self-doubt, depression and confusion, she is awakened by revelations that allow her to see that jobs and enviable lifestyles do not define her true purpose.
Love’s Troubadours is a well-written journey of introspection sprinkled with musical references that will make you take a closer look at your own life and recognize the importance of accepting one’s self for who you are. The book also demonstrates how the human spirit can prevail over any circumstance with the support and love of confidantes, family and friends.
The next time you’re in the mood to curl up on a comfy couch for a good read, grab Love’s Troubadours, – it will not disappoint.
For more on the author, please visit: www.lovestroubadours.com or www.myspace.com/lovestroubadours
To purchase the book, visit www.amazon.com
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