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How Do We Define Love?

Perhaps I shouldn’t bring this topic up. Subjectivity is complicated. It’s like reading reviews on Yelp or Pinterest, each individual has their own thoughts and ideas. 1,403 more words


Review: Fun Home by Alison Bechdel [5/5]

“Grief takes many forms, including the absence of grief.”

Title: Fun Home

Author: Alison Bechdel

Genre: Graphic Novel, Autobiography

Rating: 5/5


Meet Alison’s father, a historic preservation expert and obsessive restorer of the family’s Victorian home, a third-generation funeral home director, a high school English teacher, an icily distant parent, and a closeted homosexual who, as it turns out, is involved with his male students and a family babysitter.

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Time Out

Tale #7 took a lot out of me–several posts to properly tell the story (and yet there are volumes more, but I won’t force you to endure them). 175 more words


Chapter XIV of the P. and G. Klopp Story - Part 2

Visiting Relatives in East Berlin 1959

Chart I – II of the Klopp Family Tree

A few days after the sightseeing tour with Peter I went to see Aunt Alma in Berlin-Köpenick. 739 more words



When I first began writing my autobiography I naturally began at Chapter 1 which is here on my website titled ‘Memoirs of a child in care’. 248 more words


BOOK REVIEW: Fletch by Dustin Fletcher


I could not put this book down! From the opening page through to the last, it was brilliantly written. Now, I am a devout Essendon Bombers supporter and love Fletch, but I think this book would be a great read for anyone who likes reading sports bios. 397 more words


The Best Comedian Autobiographies part 2

Last week we discussed some of the best autobiographies written by comedians that you should buy or loan from the library to start reading. There are so many more good reads out there here are 4 more books to add to your reading list. 405 more words