While a form of autobiography, memoirs are more flexible in that they typically don't feature an extensive chronological account of the writer's life.
Book Review: Betty White’s Pearls of Wisdom
We all have memories of good times with friends. And that's what Pearls of Wisdom is; Patty Sullivan's memories of her good friend Betty. She shares with us the at-home personal experiences -…
Book Review: Diasporican: A Puerto Rican Cookbook
Throughout history, countless sons and daughters have learned the history of their family and their culture while clutching the apron strings of a parent who talks and teaches while cooking a meal. Learning…
Book Review: Rambutan: Recipes from Sri Lanka
Half cookbook, half memoir, wholly satisfying. I recommend settling in to read Rambutan as you would read a memoir, while keeping a pad of post-it bookmarks handy to mark recipes you'll want to…
Book Review: Posts of a Mid-Century Kid
A charming ramble of childhood memories, interspersed with thoughts about present-day life.
Book Review: Hell of a Book
How do I even start describing the most powerful book I’ve read in years? I know I won’t be giving you a synopsis of the story. If you’re hoping for a clear-cut, concisely…
What I’m Reading For Book Lovers Day 2019
I’ll be finishing “Absinthe, Alewives & Alchemy” by Kate Henriott and Ted Jauw today. I met the authors at a Michigan Steam Expo earlier this year, and found them both to be delightful…