My Story, My Way
On Sale: July 2, 2013
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The only autobiography authorized by Jenni Rivera
can’t get caught up in the negative because that destroys
you. Perhaps trying to move away from my problems and focus
on the positive is the best I can do. I am a woman like any
other, and ugly things happen to me like any other woman.
The number of times I have fallen down is the number of
times I have gotten up."
These are the last words that
beloved Mexican American singer Jenni Rivera spoke publicly
before boarding the plane that would crash and cut her life
short on December 9, 2012. However, they are not the final
words that La Diva de la Banda had for the world. Those are
found in the pages you hold in your hands, Jenni’s own
account of the highs and lows of her extraordinary
She became the most acclaimed
Spanish-language singer in the United States and sold more
than 15 million records worldwide. A single mother of five
and grandmother of two, she was also an actress, a
television producer, the star of her own reality show, and
an entrepreneur. But for all its immense success, Jenni’s
life often seemed to be a series of personal battles in
which perseverance was her only weapon. As her fame grew,
she made it her mission to speak about her struggles,
forging an intimate connection with her fans. She became a
figure of strength and a source of encouragement to women of
In Unbreakable, Jenni recounts the
crucial moments in her past, revealing her experiences with
domestic and sexual abuse, divorce, body image issues,
making her way in a male-dominated industry, raising her
children as a single mother, and learning that she could
depend only on herself.
Though she is no longer with
us, Jenni will always be the "Rivera rebel from Long Beach,"
the girl who maintained her sense of humor and fighting
spirit in every circumstance. In this remarkable memoir,
Jenni leaves behind a legacy of inspiration and
determination that will forever live on through her precious
family, friends, and fans.
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