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Tag Archives: memoir
This has been such a heavy month. We lost Robin Williams, there was a sizeable earthquake in Napa that had many of us waking at 3.20am wondering if it was “the big one,” and it doesn’t look good for Joan … Continue reading
I’ve always been fascinated by gender diversity. A memoir has just been published that explores what happens when one partner in a long-term lesbian relationship transitions to being a man. What surprised me about Queerly Beloved (Bold Strokes Books, May 2014, $9.99 … Continue reading
Writer and editor Jennifer Barclay took a huge leap of faith when she left her London publishing job to move to the small Greek island of Tilos, where she basks in the natural beauty of her surroundings and still continues … Continue reading
Read an Ebook Week ended on Saturday night. Lots of copies of Time of Grace flew off the virtual shelves at Smashwords during the weeklong promo, and on the very last day three copies of Connecting the Dots sold at … Continue reading
Let Me Get This Off My Chest: A Breast Cancer Survivor Over-Shares, Margaret Lesh. StoryRhyme.com Publishing, July 2013, Kindle Edition .99 Margaret Lesh strikes the right note here in her account of the “floating year” she spent going through diagnosis, … Continue reading
Let me say first off that I am not an adoptee, so I don’t come to Found with the emotional hair triggers and sensitivities that someone in that situation might. But this new memoir by journalist Jennifer Lauck (Seal Press, … Continue reading