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article The magazine that inspired Beyoncé and changed the world.

It’s the first book to examine Beyoncé’s life from her humble beginnings to her legendary reign.

The author of “Beyonce: My Life in the Photo” says she was inspired to write about the singer after her mother’s death.

It’s an account of a time when her mom’s house was a “hotbed for crime, drugs and prostitution.”

The author, a photographer and videographer, says she met her inspiration when she attended the famed film festival in Los Angeles, and was struck by the diversity of the city.

It reminded her of the diversity in America and how much she felt an affinity for the people who lived there.

“She seemed to embody a new kind of America that wasn’t the same as what I’d seen in my own hometown,” the author said.

“I wanted to write a book that was as universal as possible, so that the world could read it.”

Her memoir, “The Story of Me: My Story, My Life, My Love,” is a rare look at her life and its twists and turns.

In the story, she describes her struggle to come to terms with the fact that she was black.

She says she didn’t understand that she wasn’t allowed to be herself.

The book includes intimate details of her life from the time she was a toddler and the time her mother died of cancer.

“The first book I ever bought was a book called The Story of My Father,” the singer told NPR’s Diane Sawyer on “This Hour Has 22 Minutes.”

She went to school with him and grew up with his family.

I think that was very important for me to understand that I’m not an outcast.

I have an amazing family that is very accepting of me.

They embrace me.

I love my dad dearly and I want to make sure that the people that love me are always accepting.

It made me really think about who I am and what I want and how I want my life to go.

It was very emotional for me because my mother was in that house and she was very close to my dad and I knew that if I didn’t be in the house I couldn’t be here.

She grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta, and lived there for most of her childhood.

When she was 17, she moved to New York City to live with her family.

She was 18 years old and living with her mother.

She says her parents were a mix of old-school, hip-hop and old-fashioned hip-out, which is where she got her name.

She lived in a house with a couple of friends, and they were all in their 20s and early 30s.

“They had this one room with one bed, two chairs, a TV, a desk, a dresser, a chair, and a refrigerator, and it was all a living room, and we didn’t have a bathroom,” she said.

“We were living in a really cramped, dirty living room.

I was like, ‘I’m so tired of this.’

And they were like, [sighs] ‘We’re glad you’re tired, baby, but we have no idea how to deal with it.'”

She says the house had a lot of violence and crime, and she moved out when she was 18.

It wasn’t until she was 21 that she moved back in.

She didn’t go back until she got married.

She had a son with her husband, who was a musician, and he was also a writer.

They were very accepting, she said, and the relationship was very supportive.

They didn’t really see me as black, she says, but they saw me as their daughter and they loved me.

She went on to have a successful career in film and television.

But it wasn’t easy.

She started to realize how much money she was losing and how hard she was working.

She went to the banks to make a few extra hundred dollars and got arrested for going to a restaurant to celebrate her birthday and was arrested again for making a fake check for $5.

“At that point, I was in a lot more trouble than I thought I was,” she says.

“That was when I began to realize, ‘How do I get out of this?'”

The author said that the experience changed her, and inspired her to write “Bey.”

“I began to see the world through a different lens and to see myself through a completely different lens,” she told Sawyer.

I wasn’t a celebrity, and I didn, in fact, never become a star. “

In that moment, I realized that I was not an object.

I wasn’t a celebrity, and I didn, in fact, never become a star.

I’m a normal person. That’s