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Rock Climbing

I open the door for a morning walk for the last time in Tucson with confidence that you are about to head home too, but with a confluence of emotions. 1,014 more words


The Art of Memoir with Sands Hall, March 15th, 8 p.m., at the Stone House

Thank you to all who came out for Krys Lee’s reading! We were so thrilled to introduce Krys to our area and the Yuba Lit community, and heartened by the appreciative audience feedback. 240 more words

It's Our House

When Max was a baby and toddler, I was at home with him managing the mail-order business for Computer Technology Research, a publisher of technical papers of interest to industry and academia. 1,264 more words


Review | How Not to Be a Boy by Robert Webb

Title: How Not to Be a Boy (2017)
Author: Robert Webb
Narrator: Robert Webb
Publisher: Canongate
Read: 8th January – 16th February 2018
Genre: non-fiction; memoir… 1,356 more words


Book Signing - 3/3/18 Madison, WI

Super excited to be doing another book signing and this time with two amazing women, Julie Wood & Susan Young!

Julie Wood is an author, teacher and national presenter on youth entrepreneurship. 140 more words


On Writing, by Stephen King

Normally, the “Great Weekend Reads” I recommend are fiction. I’ve read and thoroughly enjoyed Stephen King‘s memoir On Writing, but did not at first consider telling you about it as a Great Weekend Read. 223 more words

Janice C Johnson

Even the Daylight Appeared Dark by Matthew Wadsworth (2011) 260p (Memoir)

This is an interesting account of Matthew Wadsworth’s life, his traumas faced in childhood to adulthood (childhood abuse, bullying, mental illness to name a few), his life in the RAF and finally his journey coming full-circle to recovery. 104 more words