Tag: Memoir

17 Life: Corner or Crossroads? Aidan Mc Nally (Book Review #578)

17 & life is a memoir written by Aidan Mc Nally describing his life at the age of 15- 17 – 18 and everything he goes through from that age onwards. His story is filled with ups and down including jail experience, facing important… Continue Reading “17 Life: Corner or Crossroads? Aidan Mc Nally (Book Review #578)”

The little book of Stoicism by Jonas Salzgeber (Book Review #562)

The little book of Stoicism is a book geared towards bettering your life using Stoic Philosophy. The book begins by providing a brief explanation of the history of Stoicism. The philosophy of what it means and how effective the practices, meditations are for our… Continue Reading “The little book of Stoicism by Jonas Salzgeber (Book Review #562)”

Lance:  A Spirit Unbroken by Walter Stoffel (Book Review #558)

Lance is a memoir story about a dog that is rescued only for their owners to realize later on the extensive amount of work and trouble they have gotten themselves in. This humorous book discusses a Border collie dog that has endured many years… Continue Reading “Lance:  A Spirit Unbroken by Walter Stoffel (Book Review #558)”

Far away and further back by Patrick Burns (Book Review #543)

Far away and further is a memoir written with the delicate texture of descriptions explaining in detail Patrick’s life. It describes his challenges, experiences, background and his travels. As a corporate nomad, he explores many avenues sharing some disadvantages welcoming us to an insightful… Continue Reading “Far away and further back by Patrick Burns (Book Review #543)”

3 Hour Dad by Adam T Hourlution (Book Review #479)

3 Hour Dad is a story written about Adam who becomes a father without knowing that his girlfriend is pregnant. At first, they think that it is appendicitis, but once he rushes to the hospital, he realizes that his girlfriend is having a baby.

Two Sons Too Many by Aidan McNally (Book Review #22)

  Two sons too many is a 498-page book written in the format of a memoir expressing everything that has happened to the Author in his lifetime so far. This utterly truthful tale of Aidan not only touches the coldest of hearts but also… Continue Reading “Two Sons Too Many by Aidan McNally (Book Review #22)”

Nothing Is Predictable By Adalina Mae

  Nothing Is Predictable By Adalina Mae Genre: Memoir   Zara is eight years old, her father, in a drunken rampage, accidentally shoots himself dead. Her childhood memories leave her struggling with romantic attachments and hinder her from developing healthy relationships. Seeking answers, She… Continue Reading “Nothing Is Predictable By Adalina Mae”

Writing for bliss by Diana Raab (Book Review #266)

Writing for bliss is a psychology self- help book written about ways to heal and deal with trauma and stress, through writing. The author uses this technique in order to tell her story and transforms her life. Writing is therapeutic and she encourages people… Continue Reading “Writing for bliss by Diana Raab (Book Review #266)”

And Then I Am Gone: A Walk with Thoreau by Mathias B. Freese (Book Review #410)

And Then I am Gone is a short memoir. Mathias moves from New York to Alabama and allows us into his world of reflections and the experiences he encounters on his journey. There is no doubt that the author wishes to leave something behind… Continue Reading “And Then I Am Gone: A Walk with Thoreau by Mathias B. Freese (Book Review #410)”