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Knitlandia and The Yarn Whisperer by Clara Parks

Genre: “knitlit”, nonfiction
Secondary Genre: Crafts, memoir
Rep: LGBT
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If you follow my regular blog or my social media accounts, then you’ll know that I’m pretty involved in the knitting and yarn craft community (That is maybe an understatement. 407 more words

Book Review

July 9th 1936

Diary sub-note: Midsummer Fire Insurance ceases
1797. Edmund Burke, statesman, died

Played team games in the gym because it rained so hard. Primrose & I were captains of the 2 sides.

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Diary

The Best Fried Chicken

During WW II, before I grew old enough to go to school, we lived in a suburb of Detroit, MI. For summer vacations, we vacationed in Gatlinburg, TN. 665 more words

Writings

Eat,gay,love by Calum Mcswiggan and The Great Godden by Meg Rosoff Reviews below

Both books provided for review from the publishers

Reviews below

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This one knocked it out the park for me what a amazing memoir following Calum after the breakdown of his relationship with his fiancรฉ and feeling really down and low, Calum decides to pack everything up and to look for happiness and travel the world!! 322 more words

Books

Book Review - Wisdom From The Mother of Black Hollywood

Title: The Mother of Black Hollywood: A Memoir

Author: Jenifer Lewis

Pages: 336

Rating: 5/5

Caring for a newborn can make reading (and blogging) difficult.ย  So when my college roommate Dawn offered to gift me a free book on Audible, I readily accepted.ย  518 more words

The Books

A Tiger in the Kitchen: A Memoir of Food and Family by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan Book Review

In her food memoir, A Tiger in the Kitchen, Cheryl Tan reconnects with her Singaporean family and culture after a devastating job loss. Tan spends the next year visiting her aunties to learn the ins and outs of family recipes and lore. 530 more words

Writing

(Review) Remembering Shanghai: A Memoir of Socialites, Scholars and Scoundrels by Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao

Publisher and Publication Date: Plum Brook. 2018.
Genre: Memoir. Historical fiction. Women and literature.
Pages: 308.
Source: Self-purchase.
Audience: For readers who enjoy a book that’s part memoir and part historical fiction. 437 more words

Historical Fiction