“American Goulash tells Stephanie Yuhas’s childhood story with humor, pathos, and love.”
Nazila Fathi is a woman of courage. She is also a very good writer.
“The sense of being pulled in two directions begets tension, alienation, and flecks of enlightenment . . .”
“The Other Side is one woman's recounting of a traumatic incident filled with raw emotion and horror.
According to Roz Savage every day is a choice: You can drift along or work. Drifting can be very pleasant. Work requires purposeful, intentional effort.
There is a reason why you may not have heard of Miles Aldridge, and it is the same reason why this book is one of those memorable experiences that comes with discovery of the unexpected.
Joy Harjo has written a memoir as graceful and lovely as the artist herself.
“Bad Blood is a modern-day Shakespearian West End Story with very dark undertones of forbidden love, raw animosity, and cold-blooded murder.”
“. . . tells the story of his rise and details his devotion to singing, writing, and music as art forms.”
“. . . heartily recommended for readers seeking general information and a light touch.”
“. . . the contents of these diaries do nothing to fill in gaps of knowledge about the man, his work, or his beliefs. A cypher he was. A cypher he remains.”
“. . . a testament to a brave and courageous woman who will not give up.”
“Emotional and thought provoking, this story confirms there is life after death for Believers.”
“Dan Bucatinsky . . . writes like a master storyteller—one whom we hope has many other stories to tell.”
“. . . informative and insightful.”
“Pretty heady stuff.”
“This Pulitzer Prize winner’s universal appeal . . . shines through in Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake . . .”
“When it comes to memoirs, things don’t get more heartfelt than this. And when it comes to storytelling, few could match the humor, passion, and humanity of these pages.
“Mr. Iyer’s words are moving, though minimal.
“Although the structure of Intimate Wars and the attention so deeply focused on the author seems frequently purposefully ego-centered, it is abundantly clear that Merle Hoffman car
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“Describing how an enterprising and committed couple invest their life savings in establishing the one and only animal rehabilitation center and sanctuary in the Northern Cape at the time,
“To have been a piece of literature worthy of resurrection, Tune In Tokyo would have perhaps benefited had the author been able to pierce through his own clambering humor and, from
“Safe to say that of all the loves of her life, men’s hats tend to rise to the top of Ms.