Category: Memoir

The Backpack Years by Stefanie & James Wilson (Book Review #1304)

The Backpack years is a memoir and has a dual narrative premise where James and Stefanie both share their journey and experience together.

STATE OF REVOLUTION by Al Frazza (Book Review #1303)

State of Revolution is a travel memoir filled with the author’s experience of not only life but also his journey of exploring. He decides to document many New Jersey Revolutionary War historic sites, and with that comes much storytelling and exciting tales that you… Continue Reading “STATE OF REVOLUTION by Al Frazza (Book Review #1303)”

Misadventures in the Screen Trade by Alison Ripley Cubitt (Book Review #1294)

Misadventures in the Screen Trade is an interesting story about Alison trying to make it in the media industry, where men are mostly dominating the field. Besides the humorous remarks and the determination you see in Alison, there is an underlying message here that… Continue Reading “Misadventures in the Screen Trade by Alison Ripley Cubitt (Book Review #1294)”

Black, White, And Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review 1292)

Black, White, And Gray All Over is a memoir written about the author’s encounter and life trying to stay away from trouble and instead navigate all his energy and potential as a cop, making a change. He discusses how the system is corrupted and… Continue Reading “Black, White, And Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review 1292)”

Searching For a Stranger and Finding Myself – A Memoir by Wendy L. Scott-Hawkins (Book Review #1266)

Searching for a stranger and finding myself is a memoir written about Wendy growing up with a half-sibling she was really intrigued to know more about. By the time she turns thirty and after so much loss, only then does she begin to search… Continue Reading “Searching For a Stranger and Finding Myself – A Memoir by Wendy L. Scott-Hawkins (Book Review #1266)”

I Need To Tell You by Cathryn Vogeley (Book Review #1268)

I need to tell you is a memoir written by Cathryn and takes you on a heartful journey back to 1968, where she has to make the hardest decisions of her life. To give up her baby for adoption.

Two Memories Are Better Than One: The unique experience of writing a memoir with my husband

In our book The Backpack Years, my husband James and I wrote two parallel, intertwining memoirs. After hearing about our project, many people jokingly ask if we are still married. Yes, we are still married, and it was an amazing experience. The process of… Continue Reading “Two Memories Are Better Than One: The unique experience of writing a memoir with my husband”

Home Boys by Seth C. Kadish (Book Review #1251)

Home boys is a memoir containing stories and relationships of a group of troubled teenagers and their interactions with a therapist. While the premise has humor, it also discusses some crucial matters that make this book valuable to read.

Swipe Write by Lindsay Taylor Dellinger (Book Review #1227)

Swipe write is a memoir dating book containing tales of Lindsay going on 20 online dates, meeting 20 different men, and what happens with each one. Some are hilarious, some weird but above all, you get to understand what a thirty-three-year-old divorcee has to… Continue Reading “Swipe Write by Lindsay Taylor Dellinger (Book Review #1227)”