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Space Between the Stars

Space Between the Stars by Deborah Santana
Apr 11, 2006 | 368 Pages
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Advance praise for Space Between the Stars

“With the candor and vulnerability of one whose search for truth far outweighs any need for subterfuge, [Santana] writes of her husband, her friends, and her family, not as if unaware of their famous names, but as one more impressed with the quality of their souls. This lovely, loving book will make any woman who survived the sixties smile and shake her head in recognition, and give any man with the good sense to read it an unforgettable glimpse into the heart of a woman.”
–Pearl Cleage, author of Babylon Sisters

“I couldn’t put this book down. Beautifully written, full of fine detail, it breaks illusions about gurus, rock stars, and stereotypes about race. This is a dynamic memoir of an extraordinary woman’s life.”
–Natalie Goldberg, author of The Great Failure and Writing Down the Bones

“Deborah Santana bravely takes us on a fleshy earthbound romp across her rock-and-roll life. She stirs the memories of a generation’s messy crawl from girl to personhood, and seasons them with redeeming grace, joy, and unfolding. Cancel the spa; this is the release you’ve been seeking.”
–Alfre Woodard, actress

“Deborah Santana has blessed us with a precious jewel of a book. Her intimate gift of storytelling delights our senses and collects our tears in a resonant memoir. . . . This book has touched my soul with an abundance of grace and wise counsel. It yields good fruit in season.”
–LaTanya Richardson, actress

“A beautiful memoir that will delight, surprise, and inspire readers. Deborah Santana has the courage to candidly discuss her life at the center of rock-and-roll history including its glamour, excesses, and glories–and show us a much bigger truth–the power of the human spirit to prevail over the shadows of the human mind.”
–Mark Bryan, co-author, The Artist’s Way at Work

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