Chyna Black (Triple Crown Publications Presents) [Keisha Ervin] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. There was a time when I didn’t care. Read “Chyna Black”, by Keisha Ervin online on Bookmate – There was a time when I didn’t care about anybody, not even myself. Oh, and who am I? I’m Chyna, . Author Keisha Ervin’s complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, She is the author of the National Best-Sellers Chyna Black, Me & My .
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Thanks for telling us chuna the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Chyna Black by Keisha Ervin. There was a time when I didn’t care about anybody, not even myself. Oh, and who am I? I’m Chyna, Chyna Danea Black to be more exact. I’m here to tell you my story, but for you to fully understand me, you have to understand my past. You see, I’m every black girl growing up in the hood, and like most, I got caught up in the life.
Some things I didn’t see coming. Other things There was a time when I didn’t care about anybody, not even myself. Other things were self-inflicted. I don’t regret my path in life but I could have taken a different one.
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So, for all the young girls growing up in the hood, let me take you back to how I grew up. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought bh this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Chyna Blackplease sign up. What is the title of the next book in the series? See 2 evin about Chyna Black…. Lists with This Book. Nov 08, Eva Leger rated it it was ok Shelves: Oh boy oh boy oh boy. That’s more high ratings than I expected to see.
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Number one this is mediocre at the very best. There is nothing, and I do mean nothing, here that separates this story from the rest out there. I don’t like when authors – urban fiction authors to be exact – feel the need to explain their slang. Who do they think is reading their books? An old white man who has never come closer to a black person than standing in line at the supermarket? Newsflash to the kdisha Now, different drugs are chna different names in all parts of the world.
Hell, weed and heroin have about 20 different names each just here in little old Delaware. I’ve never heard heroin called ‘O Wee’ and I wouldn’t be surprised if I found Ervin made this up for no express purpose.
What did matter is that I didn’t need ‘dope’ in parenthesis to make sure I got it. If you have to add an explanation for something into the story – leave it the hell out. It’s better all around. Wasn’t the worst I’ve seen, by a long shot, but it’s surely is not properly edited.
I found numerous mistakes throughout the story like ‘wandered’ for ‘wondered’, ‘fly the coupe’, etc. That’s just a pain in the ass to deal with. Especially for someone like me who does read well edited books. I shouldn’t have to deal with this. Take some pride in what you put out people. I think it’s real tacky to talk about yourself, your friends, your other books, their other books, etc.
Tacky, tacky, tacky and classless. Put in an ad for it in the back if you want to do something. Market some other way. Don’t make yourself look like this: The beginning of Chapter 19 is just plugs for friends. I wouldn’t even want mention like that.
Ervin, did they mention you in their books? And, if they did, they need to take a class or two in tackiness themselves. View all 5 comments. Dec 02, Chantee rated it really liked it. This was an awesome book! It’s about a young girl from St. Louis, Missouri who falls off track when meets a guy.
She starts off as an all A student, who values friends and success. However, when she meets Tyriek James, a local hoodlum, she begins to neglect her schoolwork and her friends. At first, they are in love and everything is great until Tyriek decides he doesn’t want her anymore. It’s great; I would recommend this book to everyone! Oct 09, Savannah Smith rated it it was amazing. Synopsis-In this book Chyna is raised by her grandma and she feels as if her grandma is the only one who cares about her.
In her early teenage life her grandma dies and Chyna has to go live with her mom,that she never did get along with. She goes through many ups and downs and learns lessons that will help out later on in life.
Classification- This book is targeted more on teenagers and adults because the things the charaters go through only are realted to adults and teenagers.
It wouldnt be app Synopsis-In this book Chyna is raised by her grandma and she feels as if her grandma is the only one who cares about her. It wouldnt be appropriate for kids because they wouldnt really understand whats going on. Teenagers would probrably be the best because the main charater is a teenager and bladk goes thrrough most things other teenagers do.
Criticsim-This keiha is good literature. I like how the story seems realistic and makes you feel like you know the characters or been in there situation.
Some of the things in the book dont really connect to the story and shouldnt be in there. Jan 17, Jasmine rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book right here reminded me chynw bit of myself when you first start dating there is always that one guy that has you that way; Your First Love, no matter how you try to justify the situations he puts you in you just can’t seem to let go of something you tried so hard to work kelsha.
You feel as though you could not have been through all of this drama for no reason and it has to mean that you guys are meant to be.
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In some cases that might be it but in most cases they are lessons for you to grow and This book right here reminded me a bit of myself when you first start dating there is always that one guy that has you that way; Your First Love, no matter how you try to justify the situations he puts you in you just can’t seem to let go of something you tried so hard to work on.
In some cases that might be it frvin in most cases they are lessons for you to grow and mature as a person. I loved reading this book because it took me back to when I was in high school and the things that Chyna went through was real shit. I’m glad that she had her Friends and family’s help in the end. Feb 24, Patrice rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a good urban book. The first chapter had me drawn. Cyyna is definitely a wild child. I’m not sure I’m going to continue with the series.
This is one of those books that I think would be better as a stand alone novel. Urban novel The book was just o. Wasn’t realistic although it had some good moments. Don’t like the girl was so young, I really couldn’t get into it. I just kept thinking that this was a child, so unbelievable! May 22, Nicole added it Shelves: Love the story and the characters. Chyna went through alot but some of the things that happened was her fault. I hope her relationship with Tyriek work out time will tell.
I think Jaylen was her true love. Edvin off with the first wives club and so now I have to back track but I’m enjoying it! Can’t wait to start on the rest of the characters.
Siobhan Good book glad that Chyna woke up and realized she needed to do better for her and her daughter.
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