Tag Archives: memoirs

Giant Of The Senate (Review)

Al Franken’s memoir is one of the very few books I’ve been eager to read because of an author’s appearance on the talk show circuit. I’ve liked Franken ever since his days as a writer/performer on the old “Saturday Night … Continue reading

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Dear Friend, from My Life, I Write to You in Your Life (Review)

I had never heard of author Yiyun Li until I picked up her non-fiction book at the Norfolk (Nebraska) Public Library. Non-fiction is “my” genre, so that is the reason the novelist Li wasn’t on my radar until now. Because … Continue reading

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Born A Crime (Review)

If you’re searching for a merely funny, escapist book, Born A Crime isn’t it. However, if you’re looking for a great book, Trevor Noah’s tome is exactly what you should read. The first time I spotted Born A Crime I overlooked the … Continue reading

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Write Your Memoir

A couple of my out of state friends have decided to write their autobiographies or memoirs.  I’m quite happy they are, because this fact gives me moral support in my own planning for the same type of project.  The three … Continue reading

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