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Still Woman Enough: A Memoir Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 1900. She continues to perform and to command a devoted audience. Loretta Lynn lives in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

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Still Woman Enough is a 2002 autobiography of American country music singer Loretta Lynn, written by Lynn and Patsi Bale Cox. The book discusses, in-depth, Lynn's life, from her early days in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, as the daughter of a coal . .

Loretta Lynn's first memoir, Coal Miner's Daughter, was a national bestseller that sparked an Oscar-winning movie and left fans hungry for more. Now Loretta finishes that story, and the second half of her life is every bit as remarkable and inspiring as the first.

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In this riveting follow-up to her "New York Times" bestselling memoir "Coal Miner's Daughter, " Loretta Lynn continues her captivating story about triumphing over the odds. 16 page photo insert. 27 people like this topic.

In this riveting follow-up to her New York Times bestselling memoir, Coal Miner's Daughter, Loretta Lynn continues her captivating story about triumph over the odds. Loretta Lynn's first memoir, Coal Miner's Daughter, was a national bestseller that sparked an Oscar-winning movie and left fans hungry for more.

Loretta Lynn marked her fortieth anniversary in show business in the year 2000. Still Woman Enough: A Memoir. Издание: перепечатанное. A mother at fourteen, she had four children by the time she was eighteen and taught herself to play the guitar. Her first book, Coal Miner's Daughter, hit the New York Times bestseller list and became an Oscar-winning film.

Still Woman Enough is a 2002 autobiography of American country music legend Loretta Lynn, written by Lynn with the help of Patsi Bale Cox. The book discusses, in-depth, Lynn's life, from her early days in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, as the daughter of a coal miner, her marriage t.

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L oretta Lynns first memoir, Coal Miners Daughter, was a #1 national bestseller that sparked an Oscar-winning movie and left fans hungry for more. Now Loretta finishes that story, and the second half of her life is every bit as remarkable and inspiring as the first. In a friendly, down-home style that belies her stature as country musics most celebrated performer, Loretta writes candidly about the price of fame and the stresses of stardom; tells of friends and family shes loved and lost along the way; and shares secrets not included in her first book. But at the heart of this memoir is her stormy relationship with Doo, the man she married at thirteen and stayed with until he died, through his drinking, their violent arguments, and their passionate reconciliations. Loretta reveals the devotion behind one of the hardest love stories in the world. Filled with intimate portraits of country legends, and brimming with folksy humor, this personal tale of grit, determination, and loyalty will enthrall Lorettas countless fans and anyone who adores a good old-fashioned love story.

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Rolorel
As with her first autobiography, Loretta's voice is on the pages- this takes up where the first story and movie left off, along with some details missed in the first. Funny, sad, but uplifting- I just wish Loretta was less forgiving of Doo (in my opinion, he helped her, but didn't make her) and thus more effective about speaking to abuse that others are living with. Tommy Lee Jones (in the film) played him too sympathetically- I think he was a bastard.
Jeronashe
I cannot put this book down. Reading this book during this time of season (Thanksgiving), truly allowed me to reflect on how thankful I am for all the blessings I've received in my life. Just walk (or simply read) in someone's shoes and one can be truly humbled - if they allow themselves. I didn't read the the preface book, but between the movie and this memoir, it has been easy to connect the dots. Reading this book is just like sitting at the kitchen table with her. I found reading it NOT to be difficult, and I've comprehended every page. Many people today talk about low income and under-served communities, and this book should be required reading for everyone -crossing all socio-classes. Hard work, determination, encouragement, compassion, having an open heart, love, talents and true gifts are never to be taken lightly or for granted.
Araath
Love, love, love this book. I had already read Coal Miners Daughter and I’ve always loved Loretta so I was looking for something else that explained her story. This book, in my opinion, is better than Coal Miners Daughter. It gives more of an in depth look into her life. She really goes into detail about her and her husband and all of her children. Wonderful book. If you like Loretta, you’ll love this book!
Waiso
This is a very frank, often amusing and informative, autobiography including many details of her life which she omitted from her previous book. I've long admired Loretta Lynn but previously had no idea what her life was like with the alcoholic, womanizing Mooney Lynn. Though she owes her career to him and is entitled to have made her own decisions with regard to staying in the marriage, I fear that her story actually sets a bad example for women in similar, abusive, relationships.
Manemanu
A great follow up to Coal Miners Daughter! Reveals a lot more about her life. Telling things she couldn't when Doo was alive.
tamada
I enjoyed this book more, Than Coal Miner's Daughter, thou I did like CMD. Loretta opens up more in her second book. In which she explains, that some things couldn't be written while her Husband, Doolittle Lynn, was alive. You'll hear some of the same things that were in the first book, but not alot, just enough, incase you hadn't read CMD, to understand what she is telling you.
SmEsH
Thoroughly interesting story. Down-home girl all the way. Money never changed her that I can tell. Her many adventures are well written about and my my what a man she was married to. What a woman for putting up with it.
I'm not a big fan of Loretta Lynn's music, but I do find her to be a fascinating character. I saw the movie Coal Miner's Daughter and read the book. I just learned about this book and didn't hesitate to buy it. I opened the book to scan a couple of pages when my order arrived, and found myself not wanting to put it down. I read it very quickly over the course of a few days and thoroughly enjoyed it. Loretta's writer does a masterful job of assembling the singer's very candid and folksy commentary into a cohesive narrative of her life of constant ups and downs. Now that Loretta's husband is gone, she has disclosed many more stories about their difficult life together, all the while maintaining that she loved him dearly. The litany of hardships Loretta endured is amazing. She is truly a remarkable woman. I enjoyed reading her story. The fact that it was told in her own manner of speaking made it read like a conversation with an old friend. Loretta, you are *more* than woman enough to take on the world. Thank you for sharing the rest of your story.
Still Woman Enough: A Memoir download epub
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Author: Loretta Lynn
ISBN: 078688987X
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Hyperion; Reprint edition (January 1, 1900)