Two Minus One: A Memoir #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Betrayal comes in all shapes and sizes. After reading Kathryn Taylor’s Two Minus One: A Memoir, I am pretty confident that there is no easy way to segregate an honest person from a dishonest one. Jim said all the right words and stood by Kathryn and her daughters for…

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Why She Lied by Julie Coons

When your life is full of twists and drama, you do not need to write fiction. Julie Coons’ life fits perfectly in this category. As if her previous memoir wasn’t heartbreaking enough, this one left that part of her life appearing like a walk in the park. Working in a hospital, Julie had seen enough…

Malice Intent – Is Love Worth Dying For? by Alba Castillo #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. There is nothing worse than being alone. Is there? After reading the memoir of Alba Castillo, I know there is something way worse than being alone; being in a relationship and still feeling lonely, used, disrespected, and rejected wins the oscar of being in the worst situation ever. The…

#BookReview: While They’re Still Here – A Memoir by Patricia Williams

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Where do I even begin after walking down such a beautiful, heartbreaking, inspiring, terrifying, and hopeful memory lane with the author? I would like to try jot down all the thoughts that crossed my mind and heart while reading this amazing memoir. In While They’re Still Here – A…

A Peripatetic Life by Raymond Walley

Follow Raymond Walley around the world as he narrates his travel-filled past in A Peripatetic Life. When the author was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer on 8th May 2015, he realized that he must document his rich history of traveling, learning, and, particularly, coping with life in general. Amidst all the uncertainty of life (and career),…