Tag: Memoir

From The Inside Out: A Reckoning and Redemption by Eric Dean Stuyvesant (Book Review #1401)

‘From The Inside Out’ is a beautiful book about Eric Stuyvesant forgetting his son, Michael, in the family van for 90 minutes on a warm Texas day. When he rushes back after realizing his tragic mistake, his son is barely alive, and Eric tries… Continue Reading “From The Inside Out: A Reckoning and Redemption by Eric Dean Stuyvesant (Book Review #1401)”

Family Camp S’more than a Vacation by Maria Warner (Book Review #1400)

‘Family Camp S’more than a Vacation’ is a memoir written about Maria and her family. The effects of 9/11 and the crisis that came with it have affected them. With three kids, she decides to go camping, where she spends a tech-free week navigating… Continue Reading “Family Camp S’more than a Vacation by Maria Warner (Book Review #1400)”

Sticky Fingers: Confessions of a Marginally Repentant Shoplifter by Tom Bentley (Book Review #1399)

‘Sticky Fingers’ is a memoir written with much humours retelling of Tom navigating the 60s and shoplifting. The author begins revelations of confessions as he lets you into his life and what life has been like for him.

Dad Died, Then Mom by Malia Arries (Book Review #1390)

‘Dad Died, Then Mom’ is a non-fiction memoir about how the author remembers her parents and provided care as a family caregiver.

In The Daze Of My Youth by Joshua Kraushar (Book Review #1372)

‘In the daze of my youth’ is a memoir about 70 years of the author’s life. From the 1950s through the 1970s, you walk through every experience, aspect, encounter, feeling, and true adventure the author shares with you.

The Konar and the Apple: Fun, Beauty, and Dread—From Ahwaz to California by Babak Hodjat (Book Review #1370)

‘The Konar and the Apple’ is a memoir of Babak Hodjat’s journey from when he was a child living in Iran during the revolution of Iran in 1979. He travels to Japan and lives there in his teens before moving to the United States,… Continue Reading “The Konar and the Apple: Fun, Beauty, and Dread—From Ahwaz to California by Babak Hodjat (Book Review #1370)”

Under My Bed and Other Essays’ by Jody Keisner (Book Review #1367)

‘Under My Bed and Other Essays is a memoir that details the author’s childhood, covering many emotional and raw experiences.

An Accidental Parisian by Juliet Young (Book Review #1366)

An Accidental Parisian is a memoir about Juliet and her journey going to Paris. Her plan is to stay there for two years, learn a few things, including French and have some adventure, but little does she know that her life is changed.

28 Disastrous Dates by Poppy Mortimer (Book Review #1363)

‘28 Disastrous Dates’ is a memoir written with much humor and the realization of how harsh the dating world is.