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How to Fix a Broken Record

How to Fix a Broken Record Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be Myself

By Amena Brown
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.15 Stars

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On 6/24 Michele Morin wrote: After graduating from college, I moved to the biggest city in Maine for my first “real job,” bringing with me a wardrobe fashioned around college life south of the Mason-Dixon. Clearly, my flimsy sandals would not fit my new life as a ministry professional. However, it soon became apparent that my ... Correcting the Soundtrack in Your Head

Michele's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/6 The Little Friar wrote: Amena Brown's How to Fix a Broken Record:  Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be Myself is a memoir that takes us through Brown's journey to self-acceptance and confidence in her identity.  The concept of finding God in the grooves of our life's record is beautiful ... how to fix a broken record -- a book review

The Little Friar's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/5 The Little Sprouts wrote: I have never heard of Amena Brown before. The by line of this book is Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be Myself. The book is Brown's journey through her life to let go of wounds she received along the way. I really struggled with her writing style. Sentences ... How to Fix A Broken Record - A book Review

The Little Sprouts' Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/3 Jennifer McGrail wrote: How To Fix a Broken Record is one woman's journey of learning to let go of past wounds, to love, to be herself, to say yes to a life that served her, and no to the things that did not. Woven through the deeper themes in the book was a delightful recounting of bad dates, hair snafus, nerdy clothes, social ... How To Fix A Broken Record, by Amena Brown

Jennifer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/14 Victoria wrote: How to Fix a Broken Record has the unique feeling of being both familiar and brand new at the same time. Amena comes along side her readers much like a big sister or an older best friend, walking her readers through the lessons she's learned as she reflects back on the lessons life and music have ... How to Fix a Broken Record Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be Myself by Amena Brown

Victoria 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/5 LadyD Books wrote: Amena Brown's journey of accepting herself and knowing who she is in Christ is a good, inspirational read. A few chapters like 'Searching for the Groove' and "Finding Your Voice' spoke to me. I felt like the author was conversing with her readers on real life-changing experiences. For those seeking some ... Amena's Journey

LadyD Books' Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/31 MilkDonorMama wrote: How to Fix a Broken Record: Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be Myself by Amena Brown is a personal growth book that examines how you look at yourself, why you focus on your flaws, why you tend to repeat your mistakes and how to find the self-destructive habits that you ... Book Review: How to Fix a Broken Record

MilkDonorMama's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/17 Life isnt a fairytale wrote: How to Fix a Broken Record: Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be MyselfBy Amena Brown My Thoughts:Maybe you've heard the words that you never succeed in life by a loved one, a former boss or even an ex. Maybe the enemy has lied to you and told you that you weren't ... How to Fix a Broken Record: Thoughts on Vinyl Records, Awkward Relationships, and Learning to Be Myself by Amena Brown

Life isnt a fairytale's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/12 Annie Rim wrote: Amena Brown’s new book, How to Fix a Broken Record is filled with these cultural references. This memoir takes us through Brown’s journey to self-acceptance and confidence in her identity. The concept of finding God in the grooves of our life’s record is beautiful imagery but I never fully connected ... How to Fix a Broken Record

Annie's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/7 fblife wrote: “Jesus invites the messed-up to dinner, to sit at his feet, to follow him, to know him, to be close to him, to be loved by him, to be forgiven, to grow, to be changed, to become more and more like him. Until we realize just because we’ve failed doesn’t mean Jesus calls us Failure. Until we realize ... Book Review: How to Fix a Broken Record

fblife's Rating:

5 Stars