Rachel Dratch’s memoir is a friendly piece of writing. Zipping through the short chapters, the material remains remains funny, optimistic, and largely relatable. Dratch fosters the feeling of catching up with an an old friend in her easy, conversational writing style. 42 more words
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By Kerstin Hall
Champs is deserted. It has just gone 7 o’clock on a Thursday.
The thing about living in a small town is that there are a lot of familiar faces. 1,189 more words
Don’t even ask. I know what you’re wondering. “Carol, what the heck is a 65X? And why should I care?” In cataloger-speak, that’s how we code subject headings and genre terms. 537 more words
I feel like it’s been a while since I’ve posted on here. The past week was filled with spending as much time as I could with my boyfriend before I had to leave for school, moving back to school, settling in with my new roommate, and then dealing with the first week of classes. 527 more words
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This book was hilarious! I wish Rachel Dratch would write more books! First this starts off talking about her start in Hollywood and her time on SNL and all that stuff. 243 more words